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12 Dec 2020

I want coins with the same year, same denomination, different designs

| World coin collector

I have an uncirculated 1938 Denver Jefferson Nickel, But I need a nicer 1938-D buffalo. I also have a 1909 Indian and 1909 Lincoln pennies.

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Mal_ANA_YN

Level 5

Transitional year sets are neat to collect.

TheNumisMaster

Level 5

Year switches are a joy to collect! Keep it up! Cheers, NM

Mike

Level 7

To !to a dealer they will help you. Be careful. The fun is in the hunt

Stumpy

Level 5

That's one of the best things about this hobby, so many different varieties within the same coin, and in many cases, the same year. Future collectors will probably feel the same way about next years types of ASE, 2020 bullion, proof, W $ S mint marks at a minimum, and two different reverse designs. Going to be exciting to see what happens. Thanks for the mental tickler.

"SUN"

Level 6

I guess state quarters would fall into this category.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Always strive to improve and diversify your collecting, that is the true path to lifelong knowledge and enjoyment.

Golfer

Level 5

You had me fooled for a while. Great coins to have. Nice coin teaser question.

CentSearcher

Level 5

Nice work! Both 1909 cents are really cool to have, because of the so many different variations. Two different designs, two different mintmarks, and VDB varieties on the lincoln cents, all in one year

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Check out my blog on three cent coins I just wrote. You can 8 years of different designs, same denomination

Kepi

Level 6

Sounds like you are off to a great start! Enjoy your collection! ; )

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