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REQUEST: 600 DPI photo of colorfully, toned Early Proof coin

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I've submitted another early proof article for Coin World, actually the Coin Values magazine and I'm in need of an additional photograph. I need a 600 DPI (please note the resolution!) of an attractively, toned, colorful early proof (1858-1916).


I cannot pay you for the submission of the photo, however, if you like, I can try to add your name to the photo's caption. I cannot promise that your name would appear even if I request it though, so you might remain anonymous. I have 12-13 other photos of various proofs and this one will help illustrate one area of the article.


There's no guarantee that the article will be accepted, but Beth expressed interest in the writing of this particular version.


I have received a few photos from a different forum but the DPI was too low (72-100 DPI). For web pages, 72 DPI works great, but it doesn't work so great for color, glossy magazines. I might be able to get away with 450 DPI, but 600 is preferred.


Thank you,


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Look at the IHC in my 1883 proof set (rex's 83s), to see if it has the color you are looking for,

if it does, send me a PM and I'll send you a high res file of that image.

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many great collectors on these boards that know lots about coins and also computers and coin photography and willing to share their skills time and talents thumbsup2.gifthumbsup2.gif893applaud-thumb.gif

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