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  1. #1
    Feb 2010
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    Classic commemorative Grand Slam!

    I want to coin a phrase here “Classic commem grand slam”. This is made up a Columbian expo, Stone Mountain, GWCarver and BTWashingtin half. I believe those are the 4 easiest classics to find. Who here has completed the slam? I’m only 50% there myself.
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    Dec 2008
    St. Augustine, FL
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    I have easily with multiple grand slams. I have found numerous Columbian Expo half dollars. In my experience, it is the easiest to find despite being the oldest. I never kept count of how many I found in my tenure. I was fortunate with Stone Mountain. I found 12 at one time. Some were in the AU, but a few were mint state. Someone's collection was raided. Booker T would be next as I have only found 3 but it seems that it is a fairly common for those to find and gain entry into the Classic Commem Club. Washington Carver has been elusive as I have only found 2.
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  3. #3
    Aug 2008
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    I am at 75 percent, strangely no Columbian for me. Most have come from box searches but a few from tellers trays.

    Maine Jim
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  4. #4

    Sep 2012
    545 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Columbian expo: Found 5, Traded one away
    Stone Mountain: Found 1, Traded Columbian Expo for 1 (before finding 1)
    GWCarver: 1
    BTWashington: 2
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    Dec 2014
    Far North Corner of CA
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    Me, I got nuffin'!
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    To William Jefferson Clinton

    He smoked but didn't inhale
    Poked, but didn't impale
    Made aware of the dress
    He was forced to confess
    A snail can't deny his own trail

  6. #6
    Feb 2010
    2065 times
    Nice work fella’s. I knew a few folks were In the club.

  7. #7
    Poet—Traveler—Soldier of Fortune

    Mar 2012
    1620 times
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    All I need is a Stone Mountain.

    I've found three Columbian Expos, two Carvers, and two Booker Ts.
    The sun shines
    And people forget

  8. #8
    Dec 2009
    Minelab E-Trac
    1075 times
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    I have none of the 4 from CRH. I did find the Carver/BTWashington...does that count as 2? For bonus points, I found the Columbian Exposition the hard way - with a metal detector.

  9. #9
    Sep 2008
    274 times
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    I found them all:
    3 Columbian Expos;
    2 Stone Mountain;
    1 Carver;
    4 Booker T.

    My other less common ones are:
    Lexington Minuteman;



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