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What is your favorite coin? (super unfair question, but I am genuinely curious)

Hey yall!  What is your all time favorite coin?  You can pick up to three... And why do you love them?  
I love the Indian Cent, Buffalo Nickel, and the Barber design.  They are the most majestic looking designs, and I can never get my eyes off of them... Your turn!

22 days ago

Many of use just answered that. My collection all my coins are favorites.

22 days ago

Right now its my PCGS 1955 proof set until December when I finally get my 1909 S VDB

21 days ago

My new proof 1937 buffalo nickel. I love the design, and the finish and strike that it has adds a whole new level for me.

21 days ago

@Big Nub Numismatics
My new proof 1937 buffalo nickel. I love the design, and the finish and strike that it has adds a whole new level for me. I have seen that coin in pictures... What a beauty...

21 days ago

@Big Nub Numismatics
My new proof 1937 buffalo nickel. I love the design, and the finish and strike that it has adds a whole new level for me. I have seen that coin in pictures... What a beauty...

21 days ago

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21 days ago

Any one of the many Lincoln cents that I collected as a kid, it's the coin that got me hooked,  An 1879 Silver Dollar that I found in all places the top of the joist in the barn on my Grandfathers farm 30 years after his death.  Place number three is still up in the air, my collection is so varied and scattered that I can't choose.

21 days ago

That is such a hard good question.I really like my Isabella quarter collection. Commemorative.I also like my 2 ounce 2018 Pegasus error coin. 2/1 error.Third might be my Fugio 1787 Cent, that Ben Franklin may of made himself. 
It's really hard to pick three areas. I have some medals now that I really enjoy. 

20 days ago

Tough one! I have several... My 1858/7 Flying Eagle cent, my gold 10.00 5.00 and 2.50 Indians and St Gaudins, Mercury Dimes and Buffalo Nickels

20 days ago
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