Looking for Indian Head Pennies

Looking for Indian Head Pennies

Post by Christopher Banyo » Thu, 09 Oct 1997 04:00:00



I am looking to get some more Indian Head pennies.  I have a good
amount but I need to get a few more.  There are some wheats I
need too.  I will post a list of what I am looking for but, I am at work
now and don't have access to them.  This is just to get people to mail
me and let me know if they have some they are interested in getting
rid of.  There are some also I need to upgrade if I can.  Send me
a list of what you have and grades, if possible, and we can work
something out.  I am also looking for a 1976 mint set of coins.
Possible a 1973 and 1971 set for my brothers.  Need to check with the
father figure to see if he gottom them when we were born.  I am also
need a mint set of the 1943 silver coins.  I lived in the ba***t of my
last apartment and they rusted in the dampness of the room.  One
more thing, and I will be done.  I store my coins in those blue books
where you push the coins in.  Is there something I can protect each
coin individually but still view them?  i.e.  Like staple them in the
separate things and put them in a BIG notebook, or something?
Thanks for your time and reading this.

Chris

p.s.  if anyone is sick of their 1877 indian head and fears bad luck from it,
I will take that risk and take it off your hands, free of charge. :-)

 
 
 

Looking for Indian Head Pennies

Post by Al O'Bri » Sun, 12 Oct 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>I am looking to get some more Indian Head pennies.  I have a good
>amount but I need to get a few more.  There are some wheats I
>need too.  I will post a list of what I am looking for but, I am at work
>now and don't have access to them.  This is just to get people to mail
>me and let me know if they have some they are interested in getting
>rid of.  There are some also I need to upgrade if I can.  Send me
>a list of what you have and grades, if possible, and we can work
>something out.  I am also looking for a 1976 mint set of coins.
>Possible a 1973 and 1971 set for my brothers.  Need to check with the
>father figure to see if he gottom them when we were born.  I am also
>need a mint set of the 1943 silver coins.  I lived in the ba***t of my
>last apartment and they rusted in the dampness of the room.

        I am sure you mean 1943 steel cents, since silver coins do not
rust...they oxidise.

Quote:
> One
>more thing, and I will be done.  I store my coins in those blue books
>where you push the coins in.  Is there something I can protect each
>coin individually but still view them?  i.e.  Like staple them in the
>separate things and put them in a BIG notebook, or something?
>Thanks for your time and reading this.

>Chris

Heck, try the cardboard 2"x2" s...they are the kind you would staple, there is
alot the kind made by (correct me if I am wrong) American Egale Coin (inc.
maybe).  Their 2"x2" do not require staples and are a bit more costly.  There is
also plastic (inert) mylar flips.  You should be able to pick up the cardboard
and plastic mylar flips at a local coin dealer & if he does not have any, there
are a myraid of dealers on the internet who can sell you the holders you need.
        Hope this helps somewhat.

Al O'Brien
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