And the quality of many of the pictures leaves the rest of us as ignorant of the value as you were when you bought it.
Ethical conduct is being honest when no one is watching.
Yah it looks like you got a good deal with some nice coins to start your collection. The way the writing is on the 2x2s looks familiar. Did you buy it from fair traders, I've had many good experiences with them.
Yes I got them from fairtrader
I think you did alright Though the pic are not fantastic, I like the detail on the indians and the Licolns look like pretty clean examples. If nothing else, the sum of all the numbers on the 2x2's equals $29.40.... so I guess for $25....
Pics definitly could be better. I tried to combine coins so I didnt flood with pics
I would like higher graded coins as well. But figured id give it a shot. I wanted some liberty nickels so thats what made me the most happy
My first nice imvestment will be around income tax time. I cannot afford anything like that at the moment. I think I will be looking to spend about 300 on a nice morgan or something along those lines.
Why 300 on a nice Morgan? I would spend about $60 on a pretty good one. Id save the $300 for a Quarter Eagle.
No specific reason, just a fan of the design. Also I like some capped bust coins but they can be pricey sometimes
I think it's still fair to say they are an investment. Odds are in 20 years they'll be worth more than they are now. That's better than .05% interest at a bank
I just want to say thank you for posting this. As a person just starting over again with my coin collection, these sorts of lots catch my eye and I've considered them but haven't pulled the trigger on any yet. I really appreciate seeing an example of a lot.