at the Philadelphia mint. Goldberg said the Denver mint produced just one, which sold last year Mag Nike for $82,500.
and solid gold ducats. He focuses instead on old American pennies, rare and valuable coins that look like pocket change to the average eye. Last month, the retired Lemon Heights entrepreneur sold a 1943 copper penny at an auction in Beverly Hills for $50,000. Treasury to mint the coins from zinc. "It's not just a penny. It's like a Rembrandt painting; it has charisma . . .
"It was probably a mistake. Somehow, it just got out. ""In 1985 word came out through the state legislature that they were going to start a programme leading up to the [state's] centennial in 1989," McLeod says. Members of the Scottish country dance group that McLeod taught began to talk about designing a tartan. They looked at colours that had meaning for Washington State. The dancers came up with many ideas and McLeod distilled the colours down to the final six. Those colours were given to Cannonito who submitted them to be made in both an ancient and modern pattern. The chosen colours represented the many aspects of Washington.
ed it hurts. I think about them all the time. a POW, said Leptuck, conditions were primitive and food was scarce. He still has nightmares about those 11 months, he said. the years I have relived the months of being confined to railroad box cars, living under unsanitary conditions, starving and going without food and water for days at a time, he said. were beaten with hoses, kicked and slapped, punched and knocked down, spit upon, even hit with the butt of a rifle. LEMON HEIGHTS Steve Benson lets other coin collectors fight over ancient Greek silver Nike Hyperlive Triple Black
Benson, 53, said he bought the coin 1 1/2 years ago. He declined to say how much he paid, but indicated he had made a profit. A coin collector since childhood, Benson said he has become more interested in the investment side of the hobby in recent years, especially since his retirement. He is one of a small group of collectors who focus specifically on American pennies, from the Indian head antiques of the 19th century to the modern Lincoln pennies. "One can only guess why it was struck with copper" instead of zinc, Goldberg said. Nike Foamposite Royal On Feet
," Benson said Monday. "Pennies have always appealed to me. It's the idea of reaching into a coffee can or a dresser table and finding that rare coin. It's like finding nirvana. "The 1943 copper pennies became celebrated pieces of American pop culture after the war, appearing in advertisements for automobiles and other products and prompting children to scrutinize the contents of their piggy banks. In one famous ad, Henry Ford offered a new car in exchange for a 1943 copper penny. Housing developers promised a fully furnished tract home for one. "Every kid collected Lincoln pennies when they were young, but they could never afford the 1943," said Larry Goldberg, head of auctions for Superior Stamp and Coin Co. , which auctioned Benson's coin. "Now some of them are doctors and lawyers. Mint in San Francisco. About a dozen were made Nike Hypershift Black/White
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