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  1. #16

    Feb 2007
    Bradenton, Fl
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    WOW! nice SLQ Bob!
    Debby

  2. #17
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    OUTLAW 007

    May 2009
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    really awesome coins

  3. #18
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    Your best find is still in the ground somewhere

    Jan 2007
    Hazelwood, MO
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Great coins! Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Variety 1 discontinued after 1917? I never saw the "exposed breast" variety after 1917.

    Nat

  4. #19

    Oct 2007
    97

    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Luster is putting it mildly. WOW

  5. #20

    Apr 2005
    In the Lake in Chicago
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    wow!

  6. #21
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    Sep 2007
    N. San Diego County
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Great coinage, Bob, especially the SLQ

  7. #22
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    Feb 2009
    schuylkill county pa.
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    nice job.. that coal ash is pretty ruff on coins

  8. #23
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    Dec 2008
    Fern Creek Ky
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    The SLQ is about as sweet as any i have ever seen. The Barber is no skank. The dime is a little ugly.
    On a good day i would probably drive 100 miles for a hunt like that. Fantastic day.

  9. #24
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    Oct 2008
    Laguna Hills California
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Nice Finds WTG

  10. #25
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    Your best find is still in the ground somewhere

    Jan 2007
    Hazelwood, MO
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    I wanted to ask again...how many years did they make Variety 1 Standing Libertys? I thought they were only struck up to 1917

    Nat

  11. #26
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    Please leave a ring after the beep!

    Sep 2004
    Aiken, SC
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Beautiful coins! Big congrats!!

    HH,
    Moon
    Even the mightiest Oak in the forest is just a little nut that held it's ground!!

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  12. #27
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    May 2006
    The Beautiful Berkshires in Western Mass.
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    just what everybody else said, SWEET STANDING LIBERTY QUARTER!!!!.......really something special there, best Standing Lib I've EVER seen on this, or any other forum......AU all day long (and most of tomorrow)

    Nat, they minted the Variety I (bare breasted, no stars below eagle on the reverse) for all of 1916 and approximately half of 1917 at which time they covered the chest and added three stars below the eagle therefore creating Variety II until they stopped minting them in 1930. Hope that helps.

    Again, huge congrats on a beautiful quarter!!!!!

    HH all!

    Greg

  13. #28

    Nov 2007
    Largo, Florida
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    You need to send that quarter in to be graded, amazing condition. Work of art ya got there.

  14. #29
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    Your best find is still in the ground somewhere

    Jan 2007
    Hazelwood, MO
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by 1235CE
    Nat, they minted the Variety I (bare breasted, no stars below eagle on the reverse) for all of 1916 and approximately half of 1917 at which time they covered the chest and added three stars below the eagle therefore creating Variety II until they stopped minting them in 1930. Hope that helps.
    Greg, I'm still not clear on this Bob has a Variety 1 SLQ of 1918..at least on the Liberty side..the stars below the eagle suggests Variety II. My red book doesn't have a listing for it - they don't show any "bare breasted" SLQ's made after 1917.

    Nat

  15. #30
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    May 2006
    The Beautiful Berkshires in Western Mass.
    White's DFX
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    no problem Nat.......I think this link should clear things up for you.........http://coins.about.com/od/famousrare...e-breasted.htm


 

 
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