Rich Uhrich Rare U.S. Coins Inc.'s Newsletter December, 2008

Our sale of 10% off everything in our inventory except the Early Quarters book continues thru Dec. 23, 2008!
We have been trying to acquire rarer coins as well as more certified coins in the Bust and Seated silver series.  You will see this in our "NEW PURCHASES" section at right.  All of our coins are listed on our website and all are pictured except certain ones under $50.
One of our coins, an 1833 B-1 quarter struck from rusted dies, made it into Coin World's December 1, 2008 issue, page 18, in Paul Gilkes' article on coins struck from rusted dies.
We have added two new pages to our website, Newsletter and Calendar.  We are always trying to make the website better for you, and we are willing to listen to suggestions.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!  One good way to celebrate is to attend the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) show January 7 - 11, 2009, in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.  We will be at Table #217 and look forward to seeing you at the show.  We will have most, but not all, of our inventory at FUN.  If there are particular coins you would like to see at FUN, please let us know so we can bring them along.   
Trivia Question
   TRIVIA QUESTION - - Considering Seated half dimes, dimes, twenty cent pieces, quarters, halves and dollars, and considering the most expensive coin ever auctioned for each denomination, which Seated series' most expensive coin ever auctioned is the lowest cost?
Prize: The first correct answer gets a 2008 Unc. American Silver Eagle.  A full set of Rules can be found on the website, on the
About Us page near the bottom.

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We want to thank all of you for your business during 2008 and we hope to continue earning your support during 2009.  Drive safely and have a Happy New Year! 
Rich Uhrich
Rich Uhrich Rare U.S. Coins Inc.
New Purchases
Bust Half Dimes - - an 1830 LM-11 (R6) in VF-20.

Seated Half Dimes - - two 1846, a VF and a VG, and an 1855-O in PCGS XF-45.
Bust Dimes - - a group of PCGS certified dimes in Fine - XF:  1814, 1824/2, 1828 Small Date, 1830, and 1837; plus an 1827 in NGC VF-35.

Seated Dimes - - 1843-O in VF, plus an 1864 in AU.  Both coins are on their way to PCGS.

Bust Quarters - - two 1828 25/5/50, one Fine and a PCGS G-6.

Seated Quarters - - a nice Unc. 1840-O With Drapery (on its way to PCGS), and a VF 1873 No Arrows Closed 3 business strike.

Bust Halves - - a 1795 O-123a in PCGS VG-10.  There are only 9 known O-123 halves and only 4 are 123a's.  Also, an 1805 O-104a ANACS Fine-12 with a total of 7 known.  And an 1827 O-108a in Choice AU-58, on its way to grading.

Seated Halves - - an 1853-O with an AMERICAI reverse.

Seated Dollars - - 1856, 1861, and 1862.
Other coins - - an 1884 3c nickel in Mint State, and a circ. 1880 Shield nickel, both of which are on their way to grading.
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