This isn't about a research question, just a puzzle - literally.
With permission, here's an article from the October issue of the E-Gobrecht (the Liberty Seated Collectors Club’s electronic newsletter), where Robert Michel discusses the jigsaw puzzle he had made from a photo of his favorite coin. Neat!
1886 Quarter Dollar Puzzle
by Robert Michel, LSCC #2352
I have loved Liberty Seated coins since I was six years old. The low mintage of the 1886 really caught my eye even at six when my grandfather gave me my first Redbook.
So, it was a dream come true when I purchased the finest known 1886 Liberty Seated quarter dollar graded PCGS MS67! I was so excited! At least I had my dream realized.
I also have a love for puzzles. There is a company in Vermont, www.stavepuzzles.com, that make the highest end handmade wooden puzzles in the world. I asked them to make a puzzle of my prized possession.
Here it is and I hope you enjoy the pictures!
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