grading is coins before sending off is a trial and error exercise, pcgs is generally fairly consistent but sometimes you get surprised.
Cool, good luck finding them and don't forget to share pictures! Never seen this before
Would be cool but wouldn't they be difficult to use?
Ms61 dot under i is a rare variety
big thanks to bsides as well, not often i get to show and tell
here is my ms63 1938
This is my ms64,
these are hard to get, i grade quite a few good coins to get this
That's my point bubble, your willingness to sell them circa $150 shows how cheap they are vs 1937 which has 10x the mintage
It's OK, just keep doing what the government says without question, even if it's pushing people in to gas chambers
"But I was only following...
What's funny is that dozerz puts that meme straight after a meme that clearly debunks the myth that ivermectin is a live stock product only. You...
LOL 10 to 1 is in line with mintage, also they didn't get hoarded when issued, mintage were not as transparent back in the days, the coin was no...
Yes, you have done well at $40 odd
38s will follow suit soon so get them cheap if you can
Yes, hakka is right, market has gone nutty for these last 12 mths. I have a few but I only kept au up
Oh and this is an above average example of a premium object, it's engraving is hand cut and it's utility means it would have been made for the top...
Sovereign holders are both rare in gold and very desirable. If in good working condition they get a hefty premium
Bump, really no one?
with government taxing cigarettes' so much it wont be long before the cigarettes' are worth more than the case.
amazing to see an item like this...
As per title i have a Bu $200 gold coin in blue flip. only a little over spot at $750 + postage at buyers cost/risk/choice
So as per the title i have something special for the forum. a matched set on beautifully made gilded and fully hallmarked quality silver wine...
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