That’s a nice one. I have one I got at an antiques mall a couple years ago. It’s a nice hefty chunk of silver.
I presume the sample photo in this thread is indicative of coins that are objectively worth more than bullion value.
If so, I would, in your...
I'm on the side of this being a real OMS error. The surface toning and remaining luster (especially in the incuse legend) presents as a typical...
That can happen with a that date.
That would be good advice...last week. But today silver spot is $14.45 at this moment.
$11.79/troy oz for silver right now. Interesting...
Likely my recent purchase. I’d been wanting one too for awhile.
That's a nice 38-S for 5 cents. ;)
Good for you.
Here are the other three I purchased:
Two of the five world crowns I purchased at this past weekend's local show:
Wheaties - if you have the time, separate all the pre-1930s out from the rest as you may get a slightly better rate per coin that way. My...
If considered genuine by a nationally respected dealer, I bet PCGS and/or NGC would be more than happy for the chance to certify this for free as...
That looks pretty good after comparing it with genuine examples on the internet.
This one has a very similar die pairing to yours.
Well, technically, the coins where under the front of the machine.
How they got there? I can only guess.
$11 face of silver US quarters at the local grocery store coinstar:
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