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Re: 1864 NB 1 Cent question

I have to agree with BC's valuation assessment however you are ahead of the curve. In order for there to be increased value for the variety you need to have more buyers than availability to drive price. The more buyers part is the hard one. You all know me as a variety collector. I love the NS and NB 1860's coinage and I readily collect them. But I don't collect them by variety, just grade. I love an original surface EF-AU with the bun head obverse. I think you are ahead of the curve if you do stash away scarce varieties at normal prices. When / if a market does develop for these, you'll have a sweetheart.

PS: Biggrassboy, if you ever get around to making the bun head obverse from a Maritime cent, let me know. I would love to own one.

Dan in Crystal Lake, 2/19/2011
CCRS member since: 2/21/2004
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