i also started recently collecting large clips.ill have to upload a picture of my prize possesion in that feild for you.its a lincoln memorial cent,with an 85%Message 1 of 2 , Sep 16, 2009View Source
i also started recently collecting large clips.ill have to upload a picture of my prize possesion in that feild for you.its a lincoln memorial cent,with an 85% curved clip,fully dated.also i just won the ragged 45% clip from travis.ill get to it later today.you have anything youd like to get rid of.also the real reason i wrote this was i saw an eisenhower dollar,with a 23% curved clip and a 5% curved clip for sale in an auction.the starting bid is $395.its a bit outaa my price range but you really dont see large clips on ike dollars that often at all.was wondering what you think about that price,or what you think a fair price is?? thanks,mike e.
--- On Wed, 9/16/09, Steve Mills <steve@...> wrote:
From: Steve Mills <steve@...>
Subject: [Error Coin Information Exchange] Large clips
Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2009, 10:46 AM
Just a little note on a quiet day.
I like large clips and it is one of the few things I accumulate.
Anyway, I have a saved search on eBay for "large clip". It's actually
somewhat humorous what is described as "large". There's puffery and then
there is unreasonable exaggeration. Most of these qualify as the latter.
Side note - I haven't seen a real large clip in a year (US anyway)