@IBetASilverDollar you got it.
$405 with buyers fee.
Here’s an interesting one.
1940 Mercury dime. MS65 OGH and Gold CAC.
Regular, untoned examples seem to go for $25-45 on eBay.
Quit math in my head says you got it for less than $10 per oz?
That’s not taking into account the fact that it’s sterling.
So to answer...
Finally caught up to the 43. P+D
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Some 42 proofs and a 42 proof-like.
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Also late on this 42-P!
A little late to the party with this 41-S. It has a RPM.
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Impossible to tell anything from those photos.
Pics need to be straight on and in focus.
I agree with this. The best dealers do look out for the collector. There is a coin business in NH that I’ve only dealt with twice, but I...
I’m going to call it since it’s been 24 hours and I don’t think anyone will guess closer than @ddddd
$72 and change with buyers premium.
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