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This is a bump of a very old post. I was going through some of my bust halves that have been set aside for a while, and realized I bought quite a lot over the years from Lloyd Williams, who passed away in 2016. If memory serves, he had something like the 7th most complete set at one time. Anyhow, way back when, I had an interest in joining the BHNC with something like 150 unique die-marriages, although since that time, I've sold most of them. (The particular Ex-Lloyd Williams is only an 1835 O-106, a very common die-marriage but an unusually pretty AU coin.)
Now that I've been on hiatus from dealing and have begun to re-accumulate early half-dollars, I am considering rejoining. Has much changed in the last fifteen years?