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Highest scoring in mint sets 1965-1998 posted by MAILMAN

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Just saw this yesterday


I was going to look at my mint sets and saw the page that lists all the years from 1965-1998, then I noticed the little box at the top and saw where it listed highest scoring. I clicked on it and to my surprise my 1776-1976 Clad Mint Set is the highest scoring mint set for those years. It listed the 50 highest scores and I actually have 3 of the top 10. When I finally get all my Eisenhower upgrades I might try and see if I can get the top 5 sets. Something to do and another reason to spend my money on coins. Hope everyone has a great Christmas and a Happy New Year....MAILMAN (PS) Don't forget to mail cards..


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Hello Mailman,

One postal worker to another, On what page were you on when you found the ranking for each set? I tried in the registry with no luck, maybe I just didn't find the correct button to click on.

Thanks for any help you can be. by the way I'm a retired maint. mech and as long and as badly that I wanted out of the heck hole the post office I worked at was I miss it every day. Moral I guess is watch what ya wish for it might not be better on the other side of the fence.

Happy Collecting and may God Bless all of us and a very merry Christmas to all.....Mike

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I clicked on registry, then I clicked on mint sets 1965-1998, then there's a little box that says filter sets. That where I found it. I work in a town that's close to Canton, Ohio, home of The NFL Hall of Fame. Been delivering mail for 25yrs. now, you get used to the cold, I hate the days when it downpours 'cause I have a walking route. Merry Christmas to you and your family...MAILMAN

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