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A pair of MS63 Draped Bust Half Dollars

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I bet they would be a joy to look at in-hand. Mark, you have my mailing address, let me borrow them for a bit, okay? :insane:

 

Go ahead, Mark! You can trust him. His address is:

 

P.O. Box 100845

Cape Coral, FL 33914

 

Chris

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18th century coins are just so very rare and have such enomormous investment potential, especially halves and dollars. Those are such high grade examples, too! What beauties!! The stuff dreams are made of!!

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18th century coins are just so very rare and have such enomormous investment potential, especially halves and dollars. Those are such high grade examples, too! What beauties!! The stuff dreams are made of!!

 

I agree, but the OP coins would be more accurately described as 19th century beauties!

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I bet they would be a joy to look at in-hand. Mark, you have my mailing address, let me borrow them for a bit, okay? :insane:

 

Go ahead, Mark! You can trust him. His address is:

 

P.O. Box 100845

Cape Coral, FL 33914

 

Chris

 

I thought TomB lived in Connecticut ...

or was it Rhode Island.

 

Oh...I get it...you live in Cape Coral, Chris ?

 

Now I know where to forward all my old coin

auction catalogs....

 

lol

 

 

 

BTW - I love those two Draped Bust Halves... WOW

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I bet they would be a joy to look at in-hand. Mark, you have my mailing address, let me borrow them for a bit, okay? :insane:

 

Go ahead, Mark! You can trust him. His address is:

 

P.O. Box 100845

Cape Coral, FL 33914

 

Chris

 

I thought TomB lived in Connecticut ...

or was it Rhode Island.

 

Oh...I get it...you live in Cape Coral, Chris ?

 

Now I know where to forward all my old coin

auction catalogs....

 

lol

 

 

 

BTW - I love those two Draped Bust Halves... WOW

 

Agreed!! They are beauties.

 

Chris

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18th century coins are just so very rare and have such enomormous investment potential, especially halves and dollars. Those are such high grade examples, too! What beauties!! The stuff dreams are made of!!

 

I agree, but the OP coins would be more accurately described as 19th century beauties!

 

That's true! you are right by 7-8 years. I guess I think of them that way, b/c the series begins in the 18th century. But technically you are correct!

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