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This one is currently in a  PCGS AU 55  holder:





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The above coin is in my Dansco album - a decent 1893-S. Here's the reverse:


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Here's another 1893-S, this one's in the Whitman Bookshelf album.

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wow, where do you buy your coins at? you have very nice collection!
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Originally posted by codydude815 codydude815 wrote:

wow, where do you buy your coins at? you have very nice collection!


The 1893-S in PCGS 55 came from another collector who's been hoarding them in AU 55- 58. I had to BEG him to sell me one. I bought one that he had cracked out of the PCGS 55 holder, and I resubmitted the insert with the coin to get it reholdered.

Most of the others came from Ebay - different sellers - noone in particular.


Quite a few of my better coins in my Primary set came from JJ Teaparty in Boston or Harry Laibstain in Virginia; some others from other collectors.

My sets are on the PCGS & NGC Registries. Not all of them are listed, sorry to say as I don't have enough duplicates to warrant opening up another [ 3rd] set on PCGS's web site; although I do have a 3rd set on NGC's site.

I'll post what ever images I have of the following year in sequence...1894
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Nice Barbers Elbasaar
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Elbesaar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2007 at 11:08am

Thank you kindly for the comments.

Lets see what 1894 Halves I have stored
...this 1894-O is in my mid range set...in an
ANACS XF holder.

 
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Another 1894-O, but this one's in my better set.
Its in a PCGS AU 55 holder


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If you have any cheaper certified barber halfs that you are willing to sell, let me know.
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Every year or so, I have a little housekeeping. Sold off quite a few last November to other Barber collectors, either by private treaty or consigned
to a friend who listed them for me on Ebay [ that was before I thought I was competent to list them myself.]

Continuing with 1894...this one's in my second tier set; my better one - a PCGS 58 has no image, sorry.


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This 1894-P is in my Dansco album.


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This is the last image I have of an 1894 half.

This 1894-S is the lowest certified one I have
and is in my third tier set ... and although in a PCGS
holder, its destined for the Dansco.


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