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Just when you think you've seen everything in your series, this comes along

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I ran across these a while back, nice coins, both. I don't collect Lincoln cents but some how have boxes of em. I bought these two because they have the appearance they've been in these cardboard holders for a long time, and the condition of the two are amazing. At any rate I have never seen these types of holders before, I haven't seen everything, and at my age I've been around the block a few times.










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As a young kid playing in the arcades along the boardwalk in Ocean City, Md, I remember seeing the machines that produced these. If I recall correctly, you inserted the payment (5c) and then put the coin you wanted mounted in another slot to be encased.


What amazes me about your coins is their condition and the dates that were selected to be encased. Awesome!



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