1943penny 's Blog

01 Dec 2021

Any thoughts on this coin?

Coins-World | 1943penny

So, I may have posted something on this coin before as I have had for at least a year.But, I am attempting to get it graded in hopes of getting a nice error grade. As it looks like a severe doubled die and I cant examples of anything like it online.However, to get it graded I have to assign a value to it and I have no idea which value to assign to it.Any help would be great! (How to figure out the grade, if you know the value, if you have a guess, etc;)

06 Nov 2020

Anyone Got the v75?

| 1943penny

hey guys!anyone got the v75 coin? It was absolutely crazy trying to get it!I was glitched out and struggling to get it for about 1 hour before I finally picked up one of the last ones!Anyone got the gold one? if you got that....CONGRATS!!!Anyways, wondering what you guys got it, or if you tried at all.- 1943penny

25 Aug 2020

Possible Finds? and errors?

Coins | 1943penny

hey guys!finally got to the bank and picked up the rolls they had....and Found some pretty amazing things.

01 Aug 2020

Blue Book review

Coins | 1943penny

Hey guys!today I wanted to review the 2020 Blue Book. so, here is my review!

14 Jul 2020

Huge LCS purchase

Coins | 1943penny

hey guys!I usually stay away from gold and silver but when silver hit $19 I just had to go out and buy some silver. I also picked up some pretty cool coins! My LCS had cleared most of the coins away because of Covid-19 but he still had a decent amount of coins. I looked around a little bit and found an amazing coin! a 1916/16 buffalo nickel in F-12 condition! He let me hold it which was super cool!here is the list of coins I bought;(5) aztec calendar coins 1 oz rounds(20) walking liberty half dollar(10) franklin half's(50) mercury dimes(2) 2020 "W" proof silver eagles1955 PF-67 NGC franklin half dollarSo, quite the pickups. I hope you enjoyed this blog I will include a few pictures!Thanks for reading!1943penny

10 Jun 2020

Common Errors Found In Circulation

Coins | 1943penny

Hey Guys! This is my first article to be published in the ErrorScope and I hope it is not the last. Today I wanted to talk about common errors that can be found in circulation. Some of these examples will be more expensive than others and some will be more scarce but all of these have some things in common, and that is, they are all errors that can be found in circulation. Some errors that are in these publications are clipped planchets, wrong planchets, off-center strikes, and a bunch of others that are easily noticeable and can be spotted and picked out by even non-collectors. Thus making it nearly impossible for finding those in a roll of coins. So, without further ado, let's get started!

01 Jun 2020

Hey Dad! Part 2

Exonumia | 1943penny

Hey Dad! Why do people collect coins? And sell them for more than their face value?


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