- RussKeymasterJanuary 3, 2015 at 10:25 pmPost count: 117
Feel free to post fake coins you spot in this thread. Here is a fake 1872 stuffed into one of those original unsearched rolls. The other end had a bust dime! LOL.
Collecting Flying Eagle and Indian Head pennies never made more cents!DVCollectorModeratorJanuary 4, 2015 at 2:02 amPost count: 103
That date is completely wrong. It also shows a type 2 obverse, which the seller tried to hide…LOLRussKeymasterJanuary 4, 2015 at 4:36 pmPost count: 117
Good eye, I didn’t think to look at what type obverse it had. The date made me laugh!
Collecting Flying Eagle and Indian Head pennies never made more cents!DVCollectorModeratorJanuary 4, 2015 at 6:14 pmPost count: 103RussKeymasterJanuary 21, 2015 at 11:10 amPost count: 117
Here is a fake. Someone is about to lose a load of money.
Collecting Flying Eagle and Indian Head pennies never made more cents!DVCollectorModeratorJanuary 22, 2015 at 12:23 pmPost count: 103
Did you happen to read the explanation for the obviously wrong details? I don’t believe it–I have never read or seen such a thing. What a story, LOL!
I purchased this item in private collection. It is unusual that in many of it’s details, it is different from the normal issue. It was and still is in a coin flip that I bought it in. Written on the card is “1870 Design Engraved (Study Piece)”RussKeymasterJanuary 22, 2015 at 12:47 pmPost count: 117
Interesting, lol. And he added it might be a Judd variety. Wow. I wrote the seller and told them it was counterfeit or tooled, and all they said was, “Thanks”. Sure is funny how people become experts when they are so determined to sell something for a quick buck.
Collecting Flying Eagle and Indian Head pennies never made more cents!
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