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Possibly THE coolest CWT I have ever seen!

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That's amazing! You can clearly see the dime in the reverse of the token. How much did it cost you? wink.gif



Tom, I believe if I were able to pry it from Bret's personal collection, the bounty would be an arm and a leg possibly from each of us!

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Hello goose 3


I am new to the Boards. Wrote to Tom B. He says I should get on these things and talk. Your CWT is OUTSTANDING!

Just sent a Steamer John David Morgan Token ----NGC VF25----may be "unique" cause the date on the half cent was 1810 not the usual 1811 or 1828---to ANR for auction. A friend had the Steamer plus three others which are all R-8 and R-9 also. I had them all slabbed by NGC and all 4 are now at ANR. To be auctioned off this Summer. I just wanted to put this out there so any of you CWT fellows would be sure to look for them. Bob [supertooth].

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Hello Bob.


that token is not mine but I sure wish it was!


Make sure you sign up for the new CWT forums! I'm trying to get the ANA to do something on them. Bret Palser is going to place a link on his page as well as Steve Hayden.


Here's a link for you!




I am MonitorManiac over there. grin.gif

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