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A con as old as the hills. Offering a treasure for a pittance and letting greed do the rest. Being he was never heard from again, it would seem he finally discovered he had been duped. You can only hope he didn't get taken for too much and that he learned a valuable lesson.
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Greetings!!! Peace be with you all fine members of the community!. I apologize for being so private with Hasselblad on the topic. I am more than willing to share the hi-resolution pix of my 1795 silver dollar coin to any member of this community ONLY, for them to see what I thought to be a hologram. Please feel free to comment if it is what I thought to be. That,if the Staffs of this forum permits me to send it through the members E-mail. The pix is 1.641kb. the resolution is so high, that you can see the smallest scratch on the coin that is invisible to the naked eye. I am trying to upload the file here, but it exceeds the time limit of uploading. More power to all the members!!!

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oh!!! I've noticed the pin of the scout icon. i remember my dad have that rifle pin. i don't remember who among my family kept it.

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1871 Trade Dollar The U.S. made Trade Dollars 1873-1885. Scoutjim99 one Vet to another don't walk away from this one Run Man Run
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one more thing Curt, this coin of ours, may be a trade coin issued to a colonized country by the United States. never circulated there in your country. no wonder some of the coin dealer in your country never knew this coin ever existed,and we're a few lucky person to have this coin. some coins are mint 1800 and 1900. all have the same engravings. only the year changes.
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hello!!! this Francis from the Philippines. Curt, we share the same bad luck! if our 1795 silver dollar coin is a Chinese counterfeit, (so they say!)Chinese must have a good coin die cast engravers and better coin pounding machine. I've send you my email ads privately if you want a pix of my coin,reply to my email ads. i took a hi resolution pix of my coin on a Caliper. so high you can magnify it 50 times w/o pixels. big file to be uploaded here. yours and mine are both in good condition. mine is unclean. approx. 26.5 grams
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one of the coin dealer in your country replied to my inquiry yesterday, that it is non-genuine and of no value. i still don't believe him, for the reason that, this 1795 silver dollar coin we both have was circulating here in my country during the commonwealth regime of America, 1957. My dad was once the finance and supply officer of the U.S. Naval Base at Subic Base, Olongapo, Philippines. I can still remember, (i was then 7 Y/o)when my dad use to bring us to American Legion Club,at Subic Base,Olongapo City. These coins are in circulation. U.S. Navy Servicemen use to give this coin as tips to bar girls when they run out of peso coins. thus this means U.S. servicemens are fooling the filipinos during those years. These coin almost have the same dimension and quality of pounding of our 1 peso commonwealth coins and is honored during that years. The only difference is, the engravings of: COMMONWEALTH OF THE PHILIPPINES on one side and UNITED STATE OF AMERICA on the other side.
Does'nt it hurts, we, Filipinos, were being fooled by U.S. servicemens during those year?. I am just giving you a brief history of how these coin circulates in my country during those years.
Whoever own that coin, must have been here in my country during those years. In my opinion, that's how he acquired that coin.
I have taken a high resolution pix of our 1795 silver dollar coin with my old Zenit E Russian made cam with the right amount of light. after development of the film, to my surprise there's a hidden mark right on top of the head of the eagle side of the coin. something like a hologram (zoom the hi-resolution pix that i will send you till you see the hidden mark). you can only see it on the right angle on the screen of your PC. i am not sure if it is a hologram. if you want to see what i am saying, send me an E-mail, i will send you a copy of the pix. i like to hear your opinion if it is a hologram. as you can see, the rim dots at the middle of I and T of the UNITED is missing. one more thing,the 8th rim dot before the UNITED is not alligned. it must have been done for the purpose of security.
this coin is too good to be a Chinese counterfeit!!!

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Just dont sell them at melt yet they may be worth more counterfeits.  i personally am not interested as i dont have the money for such
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Thanks for the info and the private message. 
 
As soon as I can arrange it, I will take the coins to a nearby repuatable coin dealer and find out what is what.  My schedule won't let me until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.  However, the more I read, the more I think these may be counterfeit. Having said that, the more I read, the more I realize how much I don't know.
 
Whatever the outcome, this adventure is facinating,  like most people, I just spend money and never even look at it twice at what I hand the clerk at the store but that will change.  The more I read, the more facinated I become!    I guess it's never too late for an old dog to learn new tricks.
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I have a friend who collects counterfeit coins he studies them and is researching them for a book.  The Tade dollars to find with out chopmarks are very rare in that aspect, also they were and are one of the most counterfieted coin's today mostly in China The indian coin being silver in color instead of gold i also a clue to the fact that it might be counterfeit the made that same coin only in Gold as far as i Know.  of course I could be wrong
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As far as copying the photos, go right ahead. Heck, they are only photos.  I won't have time to do individual scans of the coins until some time next week but I'll be happy to scan and post them (or should I email them?)
 
The Indian Headress coin is silver in color and the date is on the back side of the coin instead of the front (curious!)
 
I will be the first to admit I know absolutely nothing about collecting coins but since I didn't pay squat for these, I can recover my cost simply by melting them if they turn out to be non-genuine.
 
As for selling them, it's too early for that at this stage of the game, but where there are duplicates I would probably be willing to part with some.
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also the coin with the Indian headress what color is it i
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Also if you coulod provide biiger pictures of each coin individually that would help and also circuference of the coins as well as weight , because I do believe you may have some counterfiets there
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the left wing on the 1795 does not match any patterns in my book it should come down through the wreath and it Does not . i believe it is counterfiet.  there is a market for counterfeit coins though and i may actually have a buyer
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