small change

by Kenny H October. 21, 2013 3583 views

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Buying a newspaper yesterday (yes Virginia, there are still newspapers) and when the guy drops the change in my hand, I heard a strange ‘clink’.
It turned out to be an old 1917 Liberty dime. First thought- grab the old Olympus, and see if I can make a fun macro…

(Correction: Thanks to PB'er durban (Dan), I found out that its actually a Mercury dime - hence the winged hat :)

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Dorothe 6 years, 12 months ago

Well done, great close up!

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Marsha 7 years ago

Wow, Ken....2 amazing things, that you actually came in possession of what's got to be a rare and interesting coin....AND your amazing shots of it! What an interesting and well-worn coin....hope you keep it!!!!

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Chris 7 years ago

Wonderful one! There's always something fascinating with discovering acient-y, isn't it?

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Sara G 7 years ago

I love to find the old silver dimes (or mercury) :-) nice shot of this one.

7 years ago Edited
Dan Ravasio 7 years ago

Actually Ken, I think they are called Mercury Dimes...

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Gillian Parsons 7 years ago

Great captures....

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Nancycola 7 years ago

Very cool

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Brenda Nelson 7 years ago

Great focus and perfect lighting on these beautifully-colored coins! I love "loose change"!

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