Want Lists
last updated January 31, 2006

Members are welcome to send their want list, which will be posted on this page if they so desire.

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Robert Getty is looking for a lower grade 1872 pattern, would prefer aluminum but open to any example.

Please e-mail at Robertcgetty@cs.com

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Mark Hagen is looking for the following:

1877 Half Dollar - J1505, J1509, J1515

1879 Half Dollar - J1600

1879 Silver Dollars - J1551, J1552, J1612

This was posted on August 6, 2004.

He can be reached at mhagen@mchsi.com

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Andy Lustig is looking for the following:

1814 Platinum half dollar J-44

1863 Postage Currency Dimes J-325a, J-328 J-332

1877 half dolar patterns in silver, choice proof or better

1896 patterns, choice proof or better

1916 patterns, any grade

He can be reached at andylustig@earthlink.net

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TWO CENT PATTERNS wanted by Alan Meghrig

See: "Alan Meghrig's Two Cents Worth" in the Encyclopedia

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Nickel Patterns Wanted as of March 9, 2001

J-1688, J-1705, J-1706a, J-1711a, J-1719a, J-1743.

I am always interested in corresponding with any other collectors of this series.

Anthony Bongiovanni info@rockypointjewelers.com

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Nickel Alloy Anthony Dollar experimental piece (P2090).

Gould Inc. pattern in nickel (P5405 or P5440). I would also consider other Gould Inc. pieces in other medals (P5400 - P5445).

1995 Gallery Mint Concept Dollar with "In God We Trust" on the obverse.

Sherritt Mint's "America 500 / 1492-1992" Columbus Prototype.

Any other small size dollar patterns (including privately minted pieces).

Mike Wallace mike@smalldollars.com

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Lightly Circulated Patterns Wanted

All Judd numbers considered except for Indian Cent patterns.

Michael Berkman

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Looking for the following:

Gould Tokens (1976-1978)

SBA Vending Test Token (1978) [Pollock 2089, 2090]

Sherritt Mint-Plated SBA Test (1983-1984) under Mint Contract

Olin Brass Copper Clad Test (1991) [Pollock 5500]

Olin Brass Stike/Alloy Tests for Sac Dollar (1999)

Corelay(R) Test Pieces (1997-1999)

PMX Strike/Alloy Tests for Sac Dollar (1999)

Sacagawea 12-Feather Vending Test Strikes (1999)

General Inco, Sherritt, Olin, PMX, Polymetalurgical Corp, Schuler test and marketing pieces.

Phillip Barnhart pbarnhar@texas.net

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Indian Princess Patterns Wanted

J-1075, J-1091, J-1106

Richard Lange RLANGE2@prodigy.net

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Half Dime Patterns Wanted as of December 5, 2000

J-323, J-324, J-379, J-380, J-638, J-639, J-692, J-694, J-695, J-809, J-810, J-811, J-813, J-814, J-816, J-819, J-820, J-821, J-822, J-823, J-824, J-1059, J-1061, J-1063, J-1066, J-1067, J-1070, J-1071, J-1072, J-1191, J-1192, J-1266, J-1267, J-1389

Tony Delacono ABWEY@aol.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Rick Kay kayfamily@bigplanet.com is looking for anything unusual in the way of 1854-55 Large Flying Eagle Cent patterns. Die states, compositional or weight variants, errors, etc. If you think you might have something new and unusual, just ask!

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Tim Larson
Larsontlmm@msn.com is looking for 1858 Indian Cent patterns, Proof/MS 64 or finer.

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Looking for the following:

1854 Cent J-165/P-190 (Four leaves beneath "E" in "STATES")

1854 Cent J-165b/P-191 (Three leaves beneath "E" in "STATES")

1857 Cent J-187/P-223 or J-187a/P-224 (Reverse of the type having a "Closed E" in "ONE")

1858 Cent J-202/P-245 ("Skinny Eagle" with laurel wreath having clusters of five leaves - not six leaves)

1878 Dollar J-1552/P-1729 (Silver-Morgan design-second prototype having nine leaves on the olive sprig, but with five berries instead of just one)

1878 Dollar J-1553/P-1730 (Copper-Mule dies-Morgan/Barber design having "E PLURIBUS UNUM" on each side)

1878 Dollar J-1554/P-1745 (Silver-Barber design - first prototype (stars are missing from the 4:00 and 8:00 o'clock positions on the reverse)

1878 Dollar J-1560/P-1752 (Goloid-Hubbell - "GOLOID./1GOLD./24 SILVER./.9 FINE./258 GRS." within a circle of laurel leaves and berries on reverse)

1878 Dollar J-1563/P-1754 (Goloid-Hubbell - "GOLOID/METRIC/.1-G./16.1S/1.9C./GRAMS 14.25" within a circle of 38 stars on reverse)

Bill Finelli
wfinelli@comcast.net

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Wanted: J134

Robert P. Guardiano
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I am interested in ANY circulated pattern coins.

Also, any patterns with designs incorporating a hole (cents or dollars)

Harold M. Hoogasian
harold@hoogasian.com

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I'm looking for a 1998 Royal Hawaiian Mint Pattern silver dollar coin. Thank you!

Mark Cosgrove
emanon@lava.net