Finished my 18th century US type set!

Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Barry » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 09:42:54



Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Harold Fear » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:55:58


Good going.  Why not make a web page?

Harold

http://fly.hiwaay.net/~hfears/coins.htm


Quote:
> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
> Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Barry » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 10:21:46


Too many tasks, too little time to accomplish them :.)
If someone wants to help, and email me a template for a web page where
I can just add the links for the coins, I promise I'll do it.
Barry

On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 18:55:58 -0800, "Harold  Fears"

Quote:

>Good going.  Why not make a web page?

>Harold

>http://fly.hiwaay.net/~hfears/coins.htm



>> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
>> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
>> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
>> Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Morgan Co » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 10:23:39


Nice going! I have been meaning to finish my set.

 -Sam

Samuel Morgan ANA LM # 5046
For ANA Governor, 2003

 
 
 

Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by John II » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 10:42:42



Quote:
> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
> Barry
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Very cool Barry! A lot of history there. Congratulations.

John III

 
 
 

Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by gogu » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 10:55:27



Quote:
> You should consider putting up a little Web site with these coins.
> Share the wealth...

Is there any free web site to host a collection or other stuff?

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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by John Carne » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:02:50



Quote:
> Is there any free web site to host a collection or other stuff?

You're kidding, right?

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jcarney44/coins/rccers.html

I'd be happy to format and host Barry's 18th Century Type set. For free.

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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Barry » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:06:01


On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 20:25:25 -0500, Reid Goldsborough

Quote:



>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
>>http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg

>Nice, particularly that quarter! Who did you steal that from? That
>toning. And centering. And denticles. And the preserved detail. The
>only weakness I can see is that the eagle's head got blown off by the
>strike. Still, amazing coin. Glom city.

>But, but, but... More! We need to see more gold. There's a quarter
>eagle and eagle out there who really want to join their friends. You
>want a complete set, right?

>You should consider putting up a little Web site with these coins.
>Share the wealth...

>--

I made it myself. It solidified quickly in this cold weather :.)
Speaking of which, I'm still debating whether to ski tomorrow. High in
the Poconos supposed to be between 5-10 degrees. I remember when I was
in Syracuse, skiing in below zero weather, but I was 20-25 years
younger then!

Anyway, back to the coins... If you are going to Ft. Washington
Sunday, I'll bring it with me. I knew someone would comment about the
gold. Gold is a single denomination isn't it? Maybe I'll change my
mind in the future... And as I said to Harold, I don't have the time
to play wenmeister. If you have a template you want to provide, I'll
plug in the JPGs.
Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by John Carne » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:06:56


Congrats Barry. What grade is the dollar? Looks like some luster on that sucker. I'm
guessing EF45, possibly higher. If you want me to set up a page for them just let me know.

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Quote:

> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
> Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by gogu » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:14:52



Quote:


> > Is there any free web site to host a collection or other stuff?

> You're kidding, right?

No John! I am new here (only seven months) and I don't know all the
secrets:-)
Anyway, I was thinking of a free service (there are some but you have
limited space) where to put all of my collections. As you understand, that
is quite a lot of space...
Anyway, thanks and maybe I'll use your kind offer in the future:-) I have no
rare coins, just coins of the 20th century but all of them are (quite)
completed collections. I am not sure if someone would have any interest to
see a modern collection... It's so common after all.

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debban risolversi tutte con grandi puttane!
F.d.A

Quote:
> http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jcarney44/coins/rccers.html

> I'd be happy to format and host Barry's 18th Century Type set. For free.

> --
> John

 
 
 

Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Barry » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:25:13


Thanks John. The dollar is a PCGS VF-20. It is very nice for the
grade. I believe I showed it to Reid last year sometime. I don't
recall if you were there at the time. And, if you are going to Ft.
Washington this Sunday, I can bring the dollar along, too.
Barry

On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 21:06:56 -0500, "John Carney"

Quote:

>Congrats Barry. What grade is the dollar? Looks like some luster on that sucker. I'm
>guessing EF45, possibly higher. If you want me to set up a page for them just let me know.

>--
>John

>Visit the RCCers favorite coins web page
>http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jcarney44/coins/rccers.html


>> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
>> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
>> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
>> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
>> Barry
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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by John Carne » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:37:46



Quote:
> Thanks John. The dollar is a PCGS VF-20.

What?! Man, my eyes must be going. I'd better make an appointment with you. I'd really
like to see that one in person. That coin definitely has more detail than a VF20 although
looking at it more closely and critically I see it doesn't have the drapery or hair detail
of an EF. It does look like it has luster though. I really like that coin.

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Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Jack Russel » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 11:38:31


Quote:
> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
> Barry

Very Impressive.

Jack

 
 
 

Finished my 18th century US type set!

Post by Bob Rud » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 12:06:19


Congratulations Barry!  This is supremely impressive.  Great
job.



Quote:
> Just received the final coin (wanna guess which one?) in my 18th
> century type set. Half cents and Large cents I have a few different
> dates, so just picked one to include for a looksee:
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfcent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1794-cent.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1797-halfdime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798over7-dime.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1796-quarter.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1795-half.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1799-dollar.jpg
> http://w2up.home.mindspring.com/1798halfeagle.jpg
> Barry
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