Type set question

Type set question

Post by Davi » Wed, 01 May 2002 18:28:50



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 are
they?   :P

David

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Type set question

Post by Don » Wed, 01 May 2002 21:56:35



Quote:
> 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 are
> they?   :P

> David

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> -----------------------------------
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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 Bicentennial
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, and
it's a lot of fun to put it together.

Don
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Type set question

Post by Chri » Wed, 01 May 2002 22:10:49


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).
Chris


Quote:



> > 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
are
> > they?   :P

> > David

> > --
> > -----------------------------------
> > Remove the XX in my e-mail to contact me.

> > 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 Bicentennial
> 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,
and
> it's a lot of fun to put it together.

> Don
> --
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Type set question

Post by Don » Wed, 01 May 2002 22:27:02


Thanks Chris.  I knew I was forgetting something:)

Don

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Quote:
> 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).
> Chris





> > > 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
> are
> > > they?   :P

> > > David

> > > --
> > > -----------------------------------
> > > Remove the XX in my e-mail to contact me.

> > > 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
Bicentennial
> > 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,
> and
> > it's a lot of fun to put it together.

> > Don
> > --
> > SI HOC LEGERE SCIS NIMIUM ERUDITIONIS HABES

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Type set question

Post by Bob Flamini » Thu, 02 May 2002 00:40:54



Quote:
> 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 are
> they?   :P

In addition to what Don and Chris listed, there's always gold coins...

-Bob

 
 
 

Type set question

Post by George » Thu, 02 May 2002 14:32:38


Quote:

> 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 are
> they?   :P

> David

> --
> -----------------------------------
> Remove the XX in my e-mail to contact me.

Depending on how deep you want to go, you can take the "Red Book" and choose those coins you want to
include in your "Type Set. The book lists most major changes in design and many less prominent ones.

Always remember that it is your set and you can include as many different coins or as few as you
want.

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Type set question

Post by Morgan Co » Thu, 02 May 2002 18:42:27


Quote:

>> 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 are
>> they?   :P

>> David

>> --
>> -----------------------------------
>> Remove the XX in my e-mail to contact me.

>Depending on how deep you want to go, you can take the "Red Book" and choose
>those coins you want to
>include in your "Type Set. The book lists most major changes in design and
>many less prominent ones.

>Always remember that it is your set and you can include as many different
>coins or as few as you
>want.

>--
>George D
>Phoenix, AZ

> The reward for a good deed is to have done it.

I would point out that David is missing the 3 bicentennial coins (Quarter, Half
and Ike Dollar) as well as a silver war nickel, standing and Barber Qs, Barber
dime and half, a "shell casing" cent (1944-46) a zincoln cent (1982 to present)
a steel cent, and a 40% and 90% Kennedy half. All these are 20th century type
coins and are inexpensive... HTH
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Type set question

Post by Morgan Co » Thu, 02 May 2002 18:43:05


PS. You may want to get a VDB Lincoln wheatie...
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I do wish you well! :-)