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I am new at trying to collect state quarters, so I watch the Coin Vault Show and purchased "Annihilation II" giold quarter set give five extra items that were selected at random. I was so disappointed with this and have since returned it today. I received a total of three gold sets, five regular 2007, 4 regular 2004, 2 regular 2005 and the rest were different years. The extra items were 4 sets of nickels and the Barber Set.
I ordered these while I was watching the show and my understanding was that they would be 15 sets of random gold layer quarters, 1 set of Barber coins and 4 different extra coins sets. Am I that crazy or are you misleading the buyer. I have paid for shipping two ways over twenty dollars and have nothing to show for it.
I watch "The Coin Vault" quite regularly and enjoy seeing the variety that is offered. Quite often, I'll check the purchase price of your products versus identical products for sale on Ebay. In almost all cases, the asking price on Ebay is much less than their offering. Sometimes it is a discount of almost 90%. I would never, ever buy from the Coin Vault. What a SCAM!
Some of the package deals offered on TV are very tempting. But do yourself a favor, check other sources and listen to what they are really saying before you buy. Sometimes (very seldom) they offer a good deal, but most of the times there is a catch to the sale. One well-known TV sales person was promoting their “gold plated” coins are a “limited issue” and “not to be minted again.” Since the coins they were selling were not gold plated at the US Mint therefore they DO NOT qualify as a true “Limited Issue.” Which also means that the coins were tampered with and only worth their face value? Buyer Beware!
Also......some of the GRADED coins being sold on TV are graded by a "second tier" TPG, which to some collectors are not equivelent to PCGS or NGC.
Where do I go to ask a question about a coin and get knowledgable answers??
I am very new to the coin world. I have found a coin that says M.C.grocery Everson W. VA. on the back it says good for 5cents in trade. Has anyone seen or heard of such a coin? I havent the foggest? I have searched a couple hundred sites and none list anything even remotely close to a coin like this. ttfn
Originally Posted by hhidary nice site! I agree.
I have 54 Japanese coins ranging from the 1640s up to 1940s. No gold or silver, all either bronze, aluminum, or bronze aluminum. I have no idea how or where to start to figure out their value. Any suggestions?
I have a dateless standing liberty quarter, under a microscope you can see the 6, but the coin looks like a type 1 ,1917 is this posiible ?
Originally Posted by klmgarland I have 54 Japanese coins ranging from the 1640s up to 1940s. No gold or silver, all either bronze, aluminum, or bronze aluminum. I have no idea how or where to start to figure out their value. Any suggestions? I can probably give you an idea of what you have and the rough retail value of the coins in Japan. The chances are, though, if you have no precious metal coins, they probably wouldn't fetch much on the Japanese market, unless they were a special variety, or the later (Meiji era) coins were in exceptional condition.
i have a coin to lod.ill.rex.a.a.1911 and i want to sell it
i have a coin to lod.ill.rex.a.a 1911 and want to sell it
I found a rare coin.... its a 1798 silver dollar in fine to very fine condition. I'm hoping someone can give me a worth value...Thanks
Originally Posted by lorisolomon I found a rare coin.... its a 1798 silver dollar in fine to very fine condition. I'm hoping someone can give me a worth value...Thanks First-- there were two reverses for the 1798-- a small eagle, and a larger eagle with a shield on its breast. Which one do you have?
Hello everyone, I am just new to this site coz I just recently have fallen inlove in collecting coins, it all started when I found my great grandfather's stuffs ..and the movie Dear John has inspired me to do this. I am expecting to learn a lot from you guys. I know things will going to get more interesting.
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I watch the coin collector on HSN
LOL. At my schools cafeteria I found two star dollars in a week!
Sometimes when I get an e-mail notification of a new post in a thread I am subscribing to, I will click on the link that is supposed to take me directly
I have recently started buying 90% for bullion value instead of 1oz bullion coins. I was curious what everyone's favourite denominations were and maybe
1935 P washington quarter, doubled die obverse?
1866 indian cent, mint error/damage or PMD? the photo of the reverse of this coin is attached.
Found a beautiful 1941 in a roll