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  1. #21
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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Well here is one of mine it is a Liberty Cap Half Dime can't see date, so it is between 1829 to 1837.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    I have a few total blank silver coins, sometimes counterstamped with various symbols.
    Any chance for some pics mate?


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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    My most worn. No date - no reverse.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    Quote Originally Posted by thrillathahunt
    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    I have a few total blank silver coins, sometimes counterstamped with various symbols.
    Any chance for some pics mate?
    Heres a few of the worn blank types, got lots more with some detail showing.

    AWESOME!


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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    English Sixpence..as dug.
    Young Queen Victoria head. 1840's??

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  7. #26
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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    I was just wondering, technically what would a coin's grade be if it is completely smooth on one side and barely identifiable on the other side? Fair? I don't think there is a grade lower than that. Any coin grading experts out there that would like to comment on this?


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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by thrillathahunt
    I was just wondering, technically what would a coin's grade be if it is completely smooth on one side and barely identifiable on the other side? Fair? I don't think there is a grade lower than that. Any coin grading experts out there that would like to comment on this?

    I think it would be "AG" about good..If that..
    From the Red Book point of view


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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    I just put together the worn coppers i found in 2010.
    Including a counterfeit fugio cent and what looks like some type of counterfeit ship coin..


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  11. #30
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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    that baby has seen a few hands through the ages

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Here's another one. It's a nickel, I think a Liberty Head V nickel, but too slick to really tell.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Here is a 1697 William III sixpence I dug here in Pennsylvania. It looks like it was bent into a love token and holed, then later circulated as money again.
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  14. #33

    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyblaze
    Now here is my coin in nice shape..
    Post what yours would look like in good shape.


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    Close but not quite. Your find is a halfpenny and that is a Farthing.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    How can you tell the difference Iron Patch
    the date?



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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyblaze
    How can you tell the difference Iron Patch
    the date?



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    The style of Britannia and the spacing for everything in general. Once you look at enough for so long it clicks. It's as easy for me to tell the difference on those as it is for you to say whether a coin is a dime or nickel.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!



    I like to see the worn coins in good condition also..That way you can see how worn your coin really is.
    But im sure your right,you da man IP


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  18. #37
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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    My one and only Reale. Found in Kansas believe it or not. Of course it was probably someones good luck pendent when it was lost, but hey. Don't have any idea what year it is.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    I don't know what this was and is bigger than a quarter 28 mm or 29mm weight 5.38 gr.
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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Quote Originally Posted by rodgerdodger
    I don't know what this was and is bigger than a quarter 28 mm or 29mm weight 5.38 gr.

    Early 2 Reale.

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    Re: Let's see your best dug worn out coin!

    Capped bust dime in all her glory. Thought it was a punch out of sheet metal and was bouncing around in the cup holder of my truck for a few weeks.

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