My #1 Peace Dollar
Oops, I misread the title.
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My icon is a 1926 SLQ. MS66*
Not as nice as Joe's but a 26 Buff.
Here’s some 1926 gold
Nothing wrong with 1926! I mean, I wasn't around but I assume the coins were nice enough.
My Gold Type Set
1926 actually got some numismatic recognition, as was commemorated as the sesquicentennial year.
My Jefferson nickel registryhttps://www.pcgs.com/setregistry/alltimeset/188986
My classic commemorative registryhttps://www.pcgs.com/setregistry/alltimeset/255614
My Oregon Trail is a 1936
- Bob - MPL's - Lincolns of Color"Central Valley" Roosevelts
The 1926 is the hardest of the common saints to find in MS66
This one took awhile but it wasn't that expensive unless you count the hours I spent looking.
My Saint Set
and my pocket piece
That was my dad's birth year. It's always good to see that year 🙂
Great examples - made me weekend!
No quarter eagles yet.
Lincoln is MS66+RD w/CAC. Sesquicentennial was bought as a 65, but upgraded by PCGS to a 65+. Also has a CAC:
1926 1c PCGS MS64 RB
When my dad turned 90 I made him this. All 1926 dated coins. He'll be 96 next month.
Still raw from a raw set of Indian $2.50 coins.
Some amazing coins here
my only 1926 ☮️
Nothing is as expensive as free money.
1926-M 5c MS65 (3/1)
My lone 1926
At CAC as I type this then off for a nice TV.
Chopmarked Trade Dollar Registry Set --- US Gold Showcase
Since the time I posted my Lincoln cent and Sesquicentennial Commem above back in March, I acquired this Standing Quarter:
From Coin Facts
Here ya go Keyman!
The 1926-S cent, nickel and even dime are either keys or semi-keys for their respective series. Very much desired but not cheap.
By the way your 1926 buffalo nickel has fabulous luster and hammered strong strike on the reverse as well.
@Che_Grapes I love this 1926, just thought it might need some older supervision, after all it is halloween!
Che_Grapes is a greate member, I know because I've some great times in his collection!
USN & USAF retired 1971-1993
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