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Classic Commemoratives

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I like them: :)





Disregard the grades on the panels. A fan of the series gave these to me free.






There will always be a market for nice original examples!



Please share yours if you'd like. They may be in a book one day. ;)

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Here is a Commem that sucked my son into the world of collecting. I actually bought this raw on Ebay for $17 bucks, its now a PCGS MS65. He calls it a Washing Huffington...... I have no clue why????lol






Here are some of my favorites. Dan and Kathleen from Pinnacle offer the best hands down!





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I think you've seen most of mine, but I love the series, so here are mine. Allll the way original? Well, maybe a couple. I do have more to come though. Soon.












A very nice example of the "D" in the word "GOD" on the Exposition piece.

All of the coins are attractive.




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Love these coins...probably sounds a little odd but I love the Stone Mountain coin and thought of collecting only these...perhaps the Grant, Antietam, and Gettsyburg as well. I just completed my modern commemorative set in proof and my next goal is to either collect the Stone Mountain Coins or 1930's 5 Reichmarks that are 90% silver as well...haven't decided yet.

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Thanks all for sharing and the kind words.


(thumbs u


Still plugging away on the book. I just keep digging for factual information which we all know is tough in this hobby. I've given up on setting a date for it to be finished. :(


It will be like none other in the series when completed. :)




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