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  1. The top Lincoln cent is a squeeze job. The...

    The top Lincoln cent is a squeeze job. The obverse size of the coin had a state quarter image smashed onto it
    The photos down below for the dime is just strange, It looks like the obverse has a...
  2. How to fix your post when text not showing.

    If you post something and it is not showing the text, simply go back into the post and edit it.
    It worked for me. I went back in, edited the post , I chose the button that says GO ADVANCED and the...
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    Hello, Yes, I understand about variety vista. I...

    Hello,
    Yes, I understand about variety vista. I go there quite often when I want to attribute some coins for people at shows. I also have a stack of James Wiles CDROM's just in case the wifi...
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    Possible 1971-D Kennedy minor Rpm ?

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  6. Whats up with this dime? Looks like a squeeze job on one side

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    I have located this variety here:...

    I have located this variety here:
    http://www.indiancentvarieties.com/1893_varieties.html

    Specifically it is this one:
    http://www.indiancentvarieties.com/1893_variety007.html
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    Personally, I am not feeling the love on this...

    Personally, I am not feeling the love on this one. The top two photos, to me anyways look like there is a lot of wear, and possibly some over zealous die polishing.
    These dies strike several...
  11. Thread: Die Streaks

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    To me, these look like damage from a coin roll...

    To me, these look like damage from a coin roll machine or possibly a coin counter machine. Although the photos are clear and I try to make them larger on the screen, I cannot discern whether the...
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    James hit it on the head, as usual. This is one...

    James hit it on the head, as usual. This is one heck of an acid coin.

    It was done after it left the mint, meaning it is post mint damage. Look at the reverse of the coin. See that uneven area at...
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    have a look at some really cool RPM's

    I have been preparing for the Virginia Numismatic Association's (VNA) yearly coin convention, and I like to show off and sell BU Lincoln cent re-punched mintmarks (RPM's).
    Most of these varieties...
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    Here is a post I see on another coin forum...

    Here is a post I see on another coin forum
    https://www.cointalk.com/threads/1970d-cent-reverse-missing-designer-initials.304289/

    and another post...
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    A odd 1893 Indian RPD ?

    I am going through rolls of Indian cents prior to the big VNA convention and I came across a 1893 Indian Head cent. This has all the characteristics of a RPD, but I cannot find a reference to this...
  16. possible oversized, underweight clipped planchet ?

    I have been hunting for neat items to put into the error cases that I own and take to shows. In the CONECA case I typically place items that I am not willing to sell. I think this one will get...
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    Bent Circulated proof Kennedy's 0o ?!

    I had a dealer walk up to me with two Kennedy half dollars that appeared to be bent. The strikes looked nice on both, obv and rev, but the rim was funky. I took some photographs, have a look .
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  18. As an added bonus, I decided for the heck of it...

    As an added bonus, I decided for the heck of it to magnify this RPM as best I could so you could see some finer details.

    These photos are shot with a Canon T3i rebel camera, with a microscope lens...
  19. 1955-S Lincoln Cent - Should this be a CONECA RPM?

    I bought a handful of BU rolls from an ex-dealer at the Virginia Beach Coin show last weekend.
    Sunday was extremely slow, so I decided to go through the 1954-D and the 1955-S rolls.

    What do you...
  20. Virginia VNA Coin Convention - CONECA odd ball sightings

    I was at the Virginia VNA Coin Convention from the 20th to the 23rd. I looked at a lot of coins for the customers.

    Three that stood out I will try to address each here.

    The first was a 1955...
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    Virginia Coin shows attending in 2018

    Right now, I have a tentative schedule for shows that I am attending for the remainder of 2018. Typically I have a CONECA table set up or offer free attribution services.
    I tag team errors and...
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    I suggest private messaging the administrator of...

    I suggest private messaging the administrator of this board, James may have the answer to this.

    I do not know if John Wexler, who owns Doubleddie.com has any for sale or not. John usually list...
  23. Nothint to see here - a 1991 Lincoln Cent "squeeze job"

    Being a CONECA rep, I see all sorts of wonderful and wierd stuff come to the table. For those that haven't seen what a possible "squeeze job" looks like, I have one for your entertainment. It looks...
  24. Thanks for the second opinion Mike. I appreciate...

    Thanks for the second opinion Mike.
    I appreciate your extra efforts in here - no matter how exciting or boring items can be in here =)

    One day soon I hope some one brings in a Bell Ringer !
  25. 1936 Lincoln Cent thin planchet - Possible Acid treated?

    I had another dealer bring a coin to me. He's a retired Senior Chief from the US Navy.

    Its an extremely thin cent. It's a 1936 Lincoln Cent which is heavy worn. It weighs 0.8 grams. MAN this thing...
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