copper coin collector's Collections

09 Sep 2019

Liberty "V" Nickels

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A starting collection of Liberty Nickels. Shooting for common dates VF-30 to MS scarce dates F-VF Key dates F. So far I only have one coin, but I'll add more soon.

20 Apr 2019

BU Wheats

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I'm currently attempting to assemble a set of raw MS-64+ Wheat cents dating 1941-1958. I currently own 1952 "S", 1954 "D", 1955, 1955 "S", 1957, and 1958 "D". Not much, but each of these only cost $1 at my local coin shop. Thanks for checking this out. P.S. (Sorry, but I'm not able to post pictures)

14 Jan 2019

1955-1964 Proof sets

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Hi! I recently started to collect old flat pack proof sets. (1955-1964) If you didn't already know, I have a 1960 proof set, and I will be buying the 1961 proof set very soon. (hopefully unopened) Any advice, then put it in comments. (I will add more later) Thanks for Reading, copper coin collector

17 Dec 2018

Indian Cents

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Hi, I'm beginning to try to assemble a collection of common indian cents. Truth be told, I only have 1901, 1907, and 1887. Problem is, if you've ever looked on ebay to see indian cents, all you'll find is a ton of stuff that is overpriced and overgraded. If you have any information on where I can find good indian cents at a good price, please tell me. Thanks for reading, copper coin collector

06 Dec 2018

Miscellaneous collection \\ Silver Copper & more

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Today, I'm compiling a small collection with my "miscellaneous" coins. 1. 1838 "Large" cent... This example grades somewhere in the range of VG-10 to VF-20 2. 1857 Three-cent piece This thing has a lot of wear and 2 holes, but I think it's cool anyways. 3. 1835 Half dime A Fine example... but with 2 holes. 4. Modern dimes Consists of 1996 "W" in original mint Cello, 1996 "S" clad, and 1996 "S" silver 5. Barber dimes 1912 Barber that grades G and 1914 Barber that grades XF. (I think the latter may have been previously cleaned) Thanks for checking this out, copper coin collector

16 Aug 2018

Wheat penny collection

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My current Lincoln wheat collection consists of roughly eighty-five different pennies 41 of which are pre-1940. This collection also includes every PDS from 1949 onward. My most valuable coin is a VG 1911 S wheat, and my highest grade wheat is 1958 D in uncertified MS-64 RD or higher. I have recently acquired a nice 1909 P V.D.B, and an excellent 1928 S recently. I'm shooting for 1 key date this year. Probably '31 "S" or '14 "D"


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