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Hello, and let me introduce myself: I'm also a young numismatist (thus the reason I'm posting here). I collect prooflike coins, toned coins, early american coppers, and any original US coin that hasn't been dipped or damaged in any way. Though I usually collect any US coin that isn't "modern".

7 years ago

Awesome! I collect U.S. type coins, and hope to someday collect patterns. I also love to hold on to any world coins that I find.

7 years ago

@user_9998
Awesome! I collect U.S. type coins, and hope to someday collect patterns. I also love to hold on to any world coins that I find.
 Pattern coins are an interesting part of numismatics, I certainly wan't to collect some as well!

7 years ago

One of my favorite pattern coins is the "Quadruple Stella" of 1879. Here it is:

7 years ago

HA! Three pages!

Ahem, welcome HoB! (is that a good short name?)
Just enjoy yourself on this still in progress website, if I'm not being as active as I am now, just yap at me on CoinTalk. :P

7 years ago

HA! Fourth page after the next post!

By the way, do any of you collect Canada Silver Bullion? It's one of my favorites.

7 years ago

@user_9998

HA! Fourth page after the next post!

By the way, do any of you collect Canada Silver Bullion? It's one of my favorites.
  Not yet, but I really like the design of the Canadian Silver bullion better than the ASEs.

7 years ago


7 years ago

That is a beautiful Quintuple Stella!

By the way, Aidan, you are right. The Canadians do a better job of designing than us.

7 years ago

@Aidan
Howdy All,

I'll introduce myself to start off this section of the forums: I am a Young Numismatologist, numismatologist sounds better that numismatist. I am active on CoinTalk my username there is Aidan. I collect British India coinage, US large cents, and ancient coins.

That should do it.
Aidan
 I thought I was the only young "Numismatologist" on this website. Nice to know that there are others like me

7 years ago
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