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14 Sep 2022

all my new coins!

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hi guys! If you like awesome coins read this blog!

So I went to that pawn shop that i talk about in my last blog and got some awesome stuff!first I got those indian heads for a dollar each, I choose better condition for resale and some that I needed for my collection.Next I got some from the c50 bin and took everything except a bent 1902 indian cent, there was a 1860 indian head cent, a 1826 Morton head large cent with a hole but still worth $10 on eBay, and the rest were just indian heads.Next I looked in the $5 bin found a 1853 large cent and 1866 two cent pieceI saw a 1817 morton head large cent for only $8. That was the last one, I went to pay still unsure wether I had enough cash or not. The total was $44.50 not bad when some of the coins were worth $40 on eBay. My mane mission was to find a twenty cent piece, they had one, but for $120.I have a friend how runs an estate sale business and sheeted me she had a coin she wanted to give me, the next time I saw her she gave me the coin. its a 1788 coin I'm not sure were its from but its a token not a coin.
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Comments

It's Mokie

Level 6

Greeat pawn shop, wished I lived in your neighborhood, thanks for sharing your adventure.

BlackArrowCoin

Level 3

I live 3 hours away from it, but my doctors appointment was close to it so I went in to get some new coins.

"SUN"

Level 6

nice additions

Mike

Level 7

That coin is a 1700's Conder token. They made thousands many different. Its a prairy mine token they started making the in 1760. I collect them. If you need information let me know.There might be writing on the edge check it. The PMC stands for the prare mining company. The were a successful company. British was at war with Spain ,France and us. The company couldn't pay the workers there pay so they made these tokens. They go in price from 30.00 to tens of thousands. The wear on yours would be around d 20 to 25 dollars. Mike.

BlackArrowCoin

Level 3

If on the side there’s some different writing could it be worth more? BlackArrowCoin

Kevin Leab

Level 4

Nice haul for the money! Thanks for sharing!

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I believe your token is a Conder token. Mike is our resident expert on these, a world class expert on these.

AC coin$

Level 6

Great token, is pretty rare and nice coins. Thanks for your sharing

CC

Level 4

AWESOME FINDS!!!! That token is pretty rare, too

BlackArrowCoin

Level 3

It’s one of my favorites right now

Kepi

Level 6

I like that Token... I believe Longstrider is right... I think that is a Conder Token. Anglican Mines. Looks like you had a hay-day at the pawn shop! Good for you and nice buys on coins! ; )

Longstrider

Level 6

Nice ones. Great token. Conder token. Anglican mines, if I'm not mistaken. British. Thanks.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I came up with a model for studying a coin. It's called A.H.E.M. : Art, History, Economics, Metallurgy. If you cover those four elements, you will truly know your coin.

TCHTrove

Level 4

Sounds like a nice haul, and a really good time. I wish I had a shop like that near me. Also like your background for the pictures.

Mike

Level 7

I hope you fill that album up. There is more to coins than just value. Its the design the way it was made. I have some coins I like and I would never send them in. Filling up a book is great the feeling you get you don't forget! Its not always buying then selling. My 30 year set will go to my kids!! Thanks.

BlackArrowCoin

Level 3

I want to give , My collection to my kids as well!

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