For those that haven't seen the different 1995 variations here they are: 1995 Micro Date Small Twig (Mintage Est. < 4,000) RRP OMP: $2000 RRP NGC MS69: >$3000 [imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_img_3298.jpeg][/imgz][imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_1995ob.jpeg][/imgz] Notice how the date fits within the steps. 1995 Small Date Small Twig (Mintage Est. < 31,000) RRP OMP: $145 RRP NGC MS69: $226 [imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_img_3303.jpeg][/imgz][imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_1995ob.jpeg][/imgz] Notice how the date doesn't fit within the steps. 1995 Large Date Large Twig (Mintage Est < 65,000) RRP OMP: $125 RRP NGC MS69: $280 [imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_img_3294.jpeg][/imgz][imgz=http://forums.silverstackers.com/uploads/675_img_3291.jpeg][/imgz] Notice the hugeness of the date compared with the other 2 variations. The 1995 Large Date Large Twig, despite being the most populace of the 1995 family, is still relatively rare. With an estimated population of <65,000. The possible returns on the 1995 LD LT are very promising. - A MS70 grade would likely fetch huge amounts of cash in excess of $1000. [1.4% chance] - A MS69 grade would likely fetch more than double your money at $280. [66.7% chance] - A MS68 grade would likely fetch more than $200, which is a pretty fantastic return on investment. [16.4%] - A MS67 grade would likely fetch around $100, which would give you back most of your initial capital. [6.2%] - Anything less than MS67... well, it's still silver and should still get more than spot... especially if slabbed. [9.2%] Using the above numbers, I'm likely to be stacking some 1995 LD LT, with the aim of getting them graded. Thanks for your interest!