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Journals---the crack of coins!



There is no better trip (or legal high) than reading about someone elses finding experiences.

The first step, like all addictions, is ADMITTING IT! No! Not me! I don't read these real life experiences that get my heart racing!

It's really amazing, I think, to read these posts, and I find myself in their shoes, and wonder how exciting and thrilling it must of been to have a coin upgraded...or graded to a "1 of 1" status...or a find of a life time. I find I can't get past the front page anymore without reading at least 2 (my fix) if not 4-5 stories of what my fellow collectors have experienced. Just to add to your addiction, I had purchased from the bank (face value) the first Washington and Adams dollars, mint rolled. I know of the errors out there like Mr. Cooper has mentioned, but what errors are out there for the Adams? Is it better to leave them in there original mint rolls, or chance opeining then to get an error?

.....I....I need to read some more!!!!! Someone write something!




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