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17 Apr 2022

Happy Easter

Coin Shows | slybluenote

Good morning folks!

I have quite a lot to share with you today, mostly pictures. Therefore I'll be fairly brief in the specifics for each one. To avoid any animosity, my post will be longer than a sentence. I will warn everyone in advance that some of the information that I share today comes from My Coin Guide and COA's. In todays post, I hope to share a little something for everyone.

First up are a couple of two dollar silver certificates. I have recently started adding some paper currency to my collection. I'm really not sure why, but the ones that I have interest me. The next coin is a Canadian $5 silver Congratulations coin. Like the Mokester, this is one of those coins that I just had to have because I fell in love with it at first sight! It weighs in at 1 ounce of 99.99% pure silver and is 38mm in diameter. The COA doesn't provide the mintage of this piece. Since we're talking about silver, next up is a 1964 Kennedy Half graded MS68. This beauty has a mintage of 3,950,762, is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, has a diameter of 30.61mm, and weighs in at 12.50 grams. Last, but not least is the 2022 Proof set I received in the mail this past week. As everyone is probably aware, this year's set contains the 5 quarters that pay tribute to the women in American History and celebrates the first change in the obverse of the coin since 1932 when Laura Frazer should have had the "honor"! These quarters were obviously minted in San Francisco, but my "P's and D's" are like my check: they're in the mail....LOL Speaking of which, I got notified via email yesterday that my rolls of Kennedys would be released in May after being kept as hostage by the U.S. Mint!

Since coin shows is what I chose as my topic, it's where I picked up my silver certificates. I'm also a little nervous today because this coming Friday I'm going to a ANACS 50th anniversary show near Buffalo. I'm taking 11 of my most prized Kennedys to send in for grading! This is certainly a milestone for me! I have never previously sent in a coin to undergo this procedure, so wish me 🍀 luck! As always, enjoy the pictures and hopefully my rolls will arrive in time for my next post. Stay safe, HEALTHY, and coronavirus free!

Charlie aka slybluenote

P.S. I’m particularly fond of the Sacagawea dollar in this years Proof Set!




Comments

AC coin$

Level 6

Great blog , Nice coins and bill , MS 68 Half Dollar and MS 69 Canada. Nice box l always admire your items . Thanks for sharing .

Long Beard

Level 5

As always, you have great taste and make very wise decisions on what you add to your collection. Impressive would be an understatement.

coinsbygary

Level 5

What a nice assortment of coins and paper money. Gotta love those deuces!

thatcoinguy

Level 5

Nice half dollar! MS-68, wow!

Kepi

Level 6

Nice blog! Beautiful photos! Good luck on your Kennedy submissions. Happy Easter to you and your family ; )

Mike

Level 7

You don't have to apologize for anything. Epically your blogs. We enjoy them like this! So your sending your Kennedy's in! The best of l hope you do great!! Some nice coins. I see the mint to the north is copying some coins of ours. The burnished coin last year now the congratulations! That's different. Thanks for showing that beauty and the others. Enjoy your day!!

It's Mokie

Level 6

Hey Charlie, now you've got me looking for a Maple Leaf asap. Ahh, this hobby is perfect for the obsessed. Enjoy your show and best of luck with those Kennedy submissions. Mokie

Longstrider

Level 6

Nice coins and currency. You have been a busy boy. Good luck at the show and your submissions. Happy Easter to the Charlie Family!

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