GetMorgans.com

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by raider34, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. raider34

    raider34 WINS Member

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  3. mark_h

    mark_h Numismatist

    Looks like a gimmick to me. I would skip it - just my opinion.
  4. ksparrow

    ksparrow Coin Hoarder

    I looks like you would get a common, worn coin worth about melt value (currently about 8.00) for your $19.90. I imagine you could buy them cheaper (12-15.00 range) at a dealer or even on eBay.
  5. Blue Angel

    Blue Angel Senior Member

    I bought 5 of these morgans this past summer when silver was a bit higher. I was very pleased with the coins I received. I do agree the advertising is a bit hokey but 3 of the 5 coins were BU condition and the other two were in decent condition.....not sliders. You can probably do a little better on prices these days....but, I enjoyed mine.
  6. ksparrow

    ksparrow Coin Hoarder

    I'm glad you got a good deal; perhaps I am a bit too cynical sometimes.
  7. Blue Angel

    Blue Angel Senior Member

    No problem....ya know....that's why this is called a forum. We all have opinions and thoughts...gotta respect them all. Merry Christmas!
  8. spock1k

    spock1k King of Hearts

    hola blue angel never seen you before new to ct?
  9. Blue Angel

    Blue Angel Senior Member

    No sir....been lurking for a while and have posted a total of 39 times. Thanks for the welcome.
  10. quartertapper

    quartertapper Numismatist

    Hello Raider. I speak from experience when I recommend buying Morgans face to face with a dealer, especially higher grade specimens. I've boughten "gem BU" items that were actually polished or buffed XF/AU coins. I still got an O.K. deal, but they were misleading in their ads. Just thought I'd pass this on.

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