Thanks Chris. I knew I was forgetting something:)
> To Don's list I would add a steel cent (1943) and a zinc cent (1982 or
> later, but if it's 1982, make sure it's not a 1982 copper).
> > > Hello, im trying to put togather a type set of
> > > circulation(somthing like that) coins, so far I have,
> > > Dollars- 1979-D SBA, 1974-P Ike, and a 1922-P peace
> > > Halvs- 1994-D, 1954-D, and 1944-S
> > > Quarters- 1972-D
> > > Dimes- 1957-P, 1945-P
> > > Nickels- 1907, 1936-D and 1944-D
> > > Cents- 1898 (dont have a 1900+ indan yet) 1955-D and 1972-S
> > > so, what do you think i should add? i know im missing some, so what
> > > they? :P
> > > David
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> > > For a 20th Century type set, this is what I would add:
> > Dollars: A Morgan, a Bicentennial Ike, and a Sac.
> > Halves: A Barber, a 1964 Kennedy, a 1965-1969 Kennedy, and a
> > Kennedy.
> > Quarters: A Barber, a Standing Liberty, a silver Washington, a
> > Bicentennial, and a Statehood.
> > Dimes: A Barber, and a Clad Roosevelt.
> > Five Cents: A later date Jefferson (non war year)
> > Cents: The post 1900 Indian and a 1909 VDB
> > I think that's all of them.........
> > You can circulated examples of all of these coins for very little money,
> > it's a lot of fun to put it together.
> > Don
> > --
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