Half dime 1836 LM-1
Dime 1820 JR-2
Quarter 1836 B-3
Half dollars 1807 O-111 and 1823 O109
Bring your coins to the show and share in the excitement of displaying your treasures next to those brought by other members. We look forward to seeing many of you there.
We also still need volunteers to help with the silver happening room on Thursday evening. If you are interested in helping please contact Brad at bkaroleff(at)yahoo.com
See you in Columbus!
Not enough attendees voting on the coins to provide the same results as copper coins?
Not enough members to report on the coins by Happening denomination?
- The current articles in the Collectors Corner section are listed at the end of this e-mail and may include an article of interest that you might not have read yet. What further articles can be added to fulfill what our readership seem to enjoy?
- While our website's Census has had a few mini updates, made primarily to include discovery Davignons, the last major census was made back in September, 2011. If you feel your collection could be updated in the census please send in your updates (your collection inventory as reflected in the current census can be sent to you if needed at your request).
An Attempt To Solve Another Mystery - March, 2013
Contemporary Counterfeits Verses Modern Fakes - January, 2013
When Were Davignons Really Minted? - November, 2012 (with January, 2013 update)
NC - July, 2012
Rarity and Collecting - December, 2011
Variation or New Variety? Part 2 - June 1, 2011
True and False Follow-up - April, 2011
Contemporary Counterfeit Capped Bust Half Dollars .... A Fast Moving Numismatic Field - April, 2011
Another Mystery Solved - September, 2010
True and False - March, 2010 (with January, 2012 update)
Capped Bust Half Dollar Era Contemporary Counterfeit Type Set Invitation - March, 2010
Displaying Your Collection - January, 2010
Variation or New Variety? - September, 2009
1838-O Fake or Unlisted variety? - September, 2009 (with June, 2010 update)
Mint Error or Contemporary Counterfeit? - September, 2009 (with June, 2010 update)
1831 D 7/G - Error Coin - September, 2009