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29 Dec 2021

Coin Thoughts #119 by "SUN"

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HAPPY NUMISMATIC YEAR!


A new year is almost here. I have to admit, 2021 was a slow year of adding items to my collection. But, I did add some Classic Commemorates to my collection.


To me, the Booker T. Washington Half was not an attractive coin. But, I did acquire one of my birthyear, 1949. I am amazed how much detail there is on this coin. In 2022, I am planning to add a few more Classic and Modern commemoratives to my collection, just to study the designs.


Studying coin designs and history, to me, adds so much more to the hobby, than just plugging holes in a coin album.

Comments

mrbrklyn

Level 4

one of the great commems!

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Beautiful commemorative! Happy New Year!

Kepi

Level 6

Nice addition to your collection! ; )

Long Beard

Level 5

Nice choice. Never quite fancied the Booker T either, but need to add one myself.

thatcoinguy

Level 5

That’s a great coin. I personally love the design, and the fact it is minted in 90% silver helps, too! I enjoyed adding it to my holdings.

Longstrider

Level 6

Nice sentiment. I was lucky enough to get a great commemorative this Christmas. Classics Thanks and Happy New Year.

AC coin$

Level 6

Beautiful coin great collection the commemorativo . Thanks for sharing .

Golfer

Level 5

I added a couple classic commemoratives. Nice coin. Will probably get a BTW this year.

Mike

Level 7

A great coin in great shape. I learned long ago to study the obverse and reverse. The new type 2 eagle has many changes ! Thanks !

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I have come to enjoy collecting the commemoratives. Your Booker T Washington is a very nice addition to your collection! I have to say though, when I think of Mr. Washington, I always think of Booker T. And the MGs.... Well, "Time is Tight"! Gotta go! Lol

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