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A SLQ Set (large scan dialuppers beware)

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Here is a scan of my set of standing libertys I put together several years ago. I tried to get Ef-Au at the time.

I have since picked up some slabbed MS examples but left this set as matched as possible. The 26-S even is a teardrop variety.


I hope you like the set as much as I do.


What do you think?


Thanks for looking,






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Very nice set of SLQ'S there 1946hamm...shows coins in various states of wear all in one shot!


Can you expound on this description of the 1926-S


"The 26-S even is a teardrop variety."


I am not familiar with this description.

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COOL! Nice looking set that obviously you spend a lot of time and effort on. Congratulations! :applause:


So, are you finished with the set, or is it now upgrade time? :devil:

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Thanks for all the comments.


I tried to build a EF-AU set and have pretty much done that. I consider this set complete.


The 1918-S was the last one for this set and I got it in the spring of 2000.


I have been attempting to get some varieties to add to my SLQ's such as cuds and certain die cracks.


I also have some mint state coins in slabs but the high cost of a mint state set is prohibitive for me especially now since I'm retired.

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