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Does the half in this mint set look as good to you as it does to me?

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I know it's not the best pic, and you can't even see the reverse, but the half looks great to me. Are there any Kennedy specialists out there that can tell me their opinions, what the hell, anyone feel free to throw in on this one.

At least the price seemed right. thumbsup2.gif




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On the next overhead pass of the Hubble, please make certain that its lenses are adjusted to focus on the coin this time. Thanks.




That's a good one Tom. I figure there are some here who can't let anything go without some sort of comment. To them I dedicate these masterpieces of numismatic photography. acclaim.gif

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I don't want to disappoint you, but this seller uses stock photos. You will not get the set that is pictured in the auction. All of the big powersellers typically use stock photos for mint sets and proof sets. You should check out other auctions of a seller to see if he uses stock photos when purchasing a mint set or proof set.

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