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Since you were so nice with the Lincoln Comments,

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I might as well share my completed circulated Franklin and my Buffalo's while you are all in a good mood.


Like many of you the chase is most of the fun in completing these sets. I some point I will replace the AU Franklins with a lower grade so they do not stand out so much.














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I think that the buffalo set is one of the classic "coin collector" sets; i.e., it's one of the collections that a non-collector immediately associates with the hobby. You've got a very nice one there.


There's also a lot to be said for working on a nice, evenly-matched set of franklins. Silver halves make for an impressive presentation in such numbers (regardless of grade) and I think a lot of folks unfortunately bypass the circulated franklins for flashy BU or toned examples, when a well-matched circulated set could make for an attractive goal.


I'm a little sleepy, so if those thoughts are muddled, sorry!

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I'm with TomB. A completed set of buffs is quite an accomplishment in any grade and yours looks like a nice set. Congratulations, I would be proud to own that Buff set.

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That is a gorgeous Buffalo collection. Very very very nice. I have the circulated Frankies anytime you want to trade down ;-)

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