F mint mark on dollar coin?

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Barne » Fri, 15 Feb 2013 10:09:02



I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar.  It
was a sacagawea from around 1995.  I don't have the coin in hand for the
exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.  

Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Batson D. Belfr » Fri, 15 Feb 2013 10:49:45


Quote:

>Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

It should a Frank Provasek or is it *** you - doesn't matter.

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jim_Higgin » Fri, 15 Feb 2013 11:09:42



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You have no socially redeeming value.
 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by oly » Fri, 15 Feb 2013 12:24:57



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> ><snip>

> You have no socially redeeming value.

People who post on RCC to say they have a Sacajawea dollar "from
around 1995" should have a Red Book power-nailed to their forehead and
then have their index fingers klopped-off with a large bolt cutter.
Or something like that.  BdB is totally correct to give the OP total
shit.

oly

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Batson D. Belfr » Fri, 15 Feb 2013 23:01:22



Quote:
>>It should be Frank Provasek or is it *** you - doesn't matter.
>You have no socially redeeming value.

I like to appeal to people's prurient interests.
 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jerry Denni » Sun, 17 Feb 2013 13:20:34



Quote:
> I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. ?It
> was a sacagawea from around 1995. ?I don't have the coin in hand for the
> exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

Barney, Sacagawea dollars weren't struck until 2000.   In fact, the
U.S. didn't strike any dollar coins in 1995.  The last dollar coins
struck were Eisenhowers (1971-1978), Susan B. Anthony (1979-1981,
1999), and Sacagaweas (2000-present).  Before anyone jumps on me, I
know all about Sacs were struck from 2000-2008 and were then
designated Native American dollars from 2009 on.

Jerry

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by oly » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 00:30:48



Quote:

> > I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. ?It
> > was a sacagawea from around 1995. ?I don't have the coin in hand for the
> > exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> > Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

> Barney, Sacagawea dollars weren't struck until 2000. ? In fact, the
> U.S. didn't strike any dollar coins in 1995. ?The last dollar coins
> struck were Eisenhowers (1971-1978), Susan B. Anthony (1979-1981,
> 1999), and Sacagaweas (2000-present). ?Before anyone jumps on me, I
> know all about Sacs were struck from 2000-2008 and were then
> designated Native American dollars from 2009 on.

> Jerry

And what about the Presidential dollars there???  They are dollar
coins, not chopped liver.

oly

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jud » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 03:15:48


Quote:

> I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar.  It

> was a sacagawea from around 1995.  I don't have the coin in hand for the

> exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.  

> Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

OK, let me take a guess here. I bet it isn't a Sacagawea dollar, but a Buffalo/Indian Head nickel. The 'F' would be the designer's initial, for James Earle Fraser. Like I said, just a guess.
 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by oly » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 03:42:21



Quote:

> > I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. ?It

> > was a sacagawea from around 1995. ?I don't have the coin in hand for the

> > exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> > Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

> OK, let me take a guess here. I bet it isn't a Sacagawea dollar, but a Buffalo/Indian Head nickel. The 'F' would be the designer's initial, for James Earle Fraser. Like I said, just a guess.

Yep, the famed 1995 Buffalo nickel.

oly

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by ps56 » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 06:24:52




Quote:

> > I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. It

> > was a sacagawea from around 1995. I don't have the coin in hand for the

> > exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> > Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

> OK, let me take a guess here. I bet it isn't a Sacagawea dollar, but a
> Buffalo/Indian Head nickel. The 'F' would be the designer's initial, for
> James Earle Fraser. Like I said, just a guess.

Yep, the famed 1995 Buffalo nickel.
--------
how would the OP confuse a dollar coin with a nickel - and golden finish vs
"nickel" finish.
 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jerry Denni » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 13:39:22



Quote:


> > > I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. ?It
> > > was a sacagawea from around 1995. ?I don't have the coin in hand for the
> > > exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> > > Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

> > Barney, Sacagawea dollars weren't struck until 2000. ? In fact, the
> > U.S. didn't strike any dollar coins in 1995. ?The last dollar coins
> > struck were Eisenhowers (1971-1978), Susan B. Anthony (1979-1981,
> > 1999), and Sacagaweas (2000-present). ?Before anyone jumps on me, I
> > know all about Sacs were struck from 2000-2008 and were then
> > designated Native American dollars from 2009 on.

> > Jerry

> And what about the Presidential dollars there??? ?They are dollar
> coins, not chopped liver.

> oly- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

Okay, you got me there, but the OP mentioned Sacagawea's so I left it
at that.

Jerry

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jerry Denni » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 13:41:01



Quote:




> > > I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. It

> > > was a sacagawea from around 1995. I don't have the coin in hand for the

> > > exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

> > > Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

> > OK, let me take a guess here. I bet it isn't a Sacagawea dollar, but a
> > Buffalo/Indian Head nickel. The 'F' would be the designer's initial, for
> > James Earle Fraser. Like I said, just a guess.

> Yep, the famed 1995 Buffalo nickel.
> --------
> how would the OP confuse a dollar coin with a nickel - and golden finish vs
> "nickel" finish.

Hey, what's going on here?  We're actually discussing COINS on RCC.

Jerry

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Georg » Mon, 18 Feb 2013 22:44:59



Quote:





>>>> I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar. It

>>>> was a sacagawea from around 1995. I don't have the coin in hand for the

>>>> exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.

>>>> Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

>>> OK, let me take a guess here. I bet it isn't a Sacagawea dollar, but a
>>> Buffalo/Indian Head nickel. The 'F' would be the designer's initial, for
>>> James Earle Fraser. Like I said, just a guess.

>> Yep, the famed 1995 Buffalo nickel.
>> --------
>> how would the OP confuse a dollar coin with a nickel - and golden finish vs
>> "nickel" finish.

> Hey, what's going on here?  We're actually discussing COINS on RCC.

> Jerry

I was going to mention that but was afraid of changing the mood.

--
Government is a voracious monster that must have your labor to control
YOU! Your money is your liberty. The taxes you pay gently enslave you,
and eventually destroy any human liberty you have. Fear government, pray
for the country.

 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Jud » Tue, 19 Feb 2013 00:12:33


Quote:

> I'm pretty sure I see the letter F under the date of a golden dollar.  It

> was a sacagawea from around 1995.  I don't have the coin in hand for the

> exact year, though it really did look like a F under the date.  

> Could it be something else that kind of looks like a F?

I guess what I was referring to was all the newbies who see Fraser's initial on a nickel and think it's a mintmark. Ever seen a gold toned nickel? I have! Could it be a 1935?  8-)
 
 
 

F mint mark on dollar coin?

Post by Batson D. Belfr » Tue, 19 Feb 2013 04:31:01


Quote:

>> Hey, what's going on here?  We're actually discussing COINS on RCC.
>I was going to mention that but was afraid of changing the mood.

You are laboring under a misapprehension.
This group exists for the sole purpose of mocking F***ie and the Turd Eater.
F***ie and the Turd Eater walked into a gay bar and as he went to sit down,
F***ie said to the Turd Eater "Push in your stool?"

Get it?
Push in your stool!
With his*** up your ass, Turd Eater!
Bwaa ha ha ha!