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Originally posted by laxmaster92 laxmaster92 wrote:

Elbesaar,

Great looking halves you got. I love the toned one.
 
Im going to guess MS63?


1901-P NGC 65 Star - crossed to PCGS as MS 64.

I'm glad you wern't in the grading room.

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1903-P = PCGS 64
1914-P = PCGS 64
1906-D = PCGS 64
1898-O = PCGS 64

All are going in for review -
hope to pull a few 65's out
of this bunch.


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Okie - dokie - then.

Looks like noone wants to pick up the ball on this Thread.

I'll start with the first year - 1892 - and my most recent pick up.

 
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I'll pick up the slack for awhile.

Here's another 1892.

Its also the pride and joy of my set of halves.


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Here's something from my mid range set of halves:




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And another mid range half:




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And the Phila issue of halves in my mid range set:


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I'd like to see someone else pick up this thread. I can't be the only collector here that collects Barber Halves !!

Then again, maybe I am .   [ ???  ]
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote codydude815 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 May 2007 at 11:27am

I think you are. Im trying to start to collect them though. I mainly deal with mercs, walkers, morgans, and buffaloes. i would like to add barber quarters and halfs to my collection though.

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Who knows, maybe there are some Barber collectors hiding in the wings...


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Elbesaar, that is a beautiful micro o half!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Elbesaar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2007 at 10:52am

Thanks for the compliments, this particular coin is currently the highest graded Almost Uncirculated example at PCGS. There was another in PCGS
AU 58 for quite awhile, but recently this "58" was removed from their POP Report.

"Five will get you ten" the "58" now resides in  a  "62" holder. Most "58's" are  "62's" anyway.

I had another 1892- Micro O - ex: Pryor/ Shireman in an ANACS 55 holder; however this coin was BB'd at PCGS due to "Altered Surfaces" ; this prompted me to purchase the above imaged coin.

I'm not too sure if I can post the ANACS AU 55 coin or not, as its encripted on my PC; not just an open image. But here goes nothin' :

Sorry...there was an Uploading error.

 
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Lets see...I think that was the end of the 1892's...

Moving onto 1893...

 


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