Thanks, I'm in.
I got through on their website and only got kicked out twice before compleating the purchase of a SLQ.
Looks like someone hit with a counter stamp 2.
I missed out at the mint. I'll just have to wait and see where the after market goes before I pluck down $300 for a coin I do want.
Eight years sounds about right. That's how long my last wife lasted. It's nice to see the coin authenticated. Nice find.
I just bought some gold and silver from Provident Metals. At the time of purchase, they had the lowest price. I've bought from other places too....
Nice looking coin.
I couldn't decide. I bought 2 pre '33 gold Indians and a 10ozt bar of silver. It can't hurt to own both!
Anyone hear about a price range for the set? I know it'll depend on the spot price of AU when they order the blanks.
I'm glad that NGC made good on your lost OGPs. The thief took a big risk for NO coins. I'd guess he/she knows what the NGC and PCGS boxes look...
You saw the coin, you loved it, you bought it. Now all is OK in your coin world.
Congrats to the 2 winners. I see you are already enjoying your new acquisitions.
Great looking coin and interesting write up.
Great contest. I wish I had seen it earlier.
So, it seems your story wasn't very sad after all.
I think a die crack give the coin a personal trail that make a common coin date a keeper.
Try http://www.sacvalcc.org/ I'm not a member but I've thought about going.
Yes it would be.
OK. I just noticed that the OP has posted a photo in another thread. So, he must know how to do it.
I actually read the entire thread. The OP is a new member. Maybe he just hasn't figured out how to post a photo.
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