Last edited by cudabob496; 07-31-2012 at 07:25 PM.
I think your right. Did you look at the hair, it doesn't look right. I wouldn't give him 50 cents for it.
Look at 1825 N 9 and read the description.
I'm using JDW's book, the pictures and descriptions are much better.
Last edited by copperhobbie; 07-31-2012 at 09:36 PM.
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Dang, may be real. Has the square defect under the T in CENT! In that case it looks MS!
Originally Posted by copperhobbie
But, as mentioned, the hair don't look right!
Last edited by cudabob496; 08-01-2012 at 12:55 AM.
I used John book when I check it the first time. I knew it looked like N-9. But like I said I don't like the hair. I sure it could be bad. They did a good job with this fake, except for the hair. The hair on John's coin and this one don't look the same.
I wouldnt be so quick to label it as fake. It looks as if the hair has been re-engraved. I asked the seller about it. I'll post up should he care to respond.
Originally Posted by charles
OK. That might be the case. It's good if is real. Re-engraved it's not for me. Have a good night every one.
if re-engraved, thats some amazing work! My bet is its minted that way, probably in China. Computers and machines
these days can make some amazingly intricate things, much more intricate than a coin!