Greetings from Germany

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Greetings from Germany

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Hey Gang!

My name is Alex, going on 60 born in Brooklyn, New York and lost in Germany for the past 33 years! widegrin

Watching diverse Videos on Youtube along with my last Certification as - Project Manager for Renewable & Alternative Energy, I happend to stumble back in to Numismatics.

I guess my first question goes to Daniel, the Man in Charge! :sos:

I happend to come across a 1962 D Franklin Half. I am assuming it might be a high MS 65+ with FBL??

I am going by what I have learned from my Dad a former Jewelry Master, but I could be wrong!? :confused:

That is not the Question though! I have never seen any coins whether on Heritage or any of the Cherry Picks etc. a Franklin Half that just maybe?? a DD Reverse!? :confused:

When one pays attention to the D in Dollar it has a swirl on the bottom side that I can't find on any other coins on the websites Daniel mentioned!? :ebay:

I hoping to hear from the rest of the coin Freaks what your opinions might be and Daniel!? ...if you find the time? A short responce would be much appreciated!! :trophy:

Thanx for the Tipps!!
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Re: Greetings from Germany

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Thanks for watching my videos!

The area in question is a contact mark from circulation but not a doubled die. Also it doesn't look to have FBL in this image. Thanks for posting!

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Thank You for the Responce Daniel! What impressed me the most about your Videos, pages etc. is that you are being genuine, real and honest! Something that many have seem to forgotten.

We need to get back to supporting one another, working together and most of all start respecting each other again! I would hope to do some purchasing from your shop in the future!? American coins are either very hard to come by in Germany or way over priced. Sometimes I get lucky and buy coins from a seller that has no idea about what he has.

Keep up the Great work! I will try to support the best I can from overseas! :-)

Best Regards,

Alexander Rudzinski

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