Or am I reading that the wrong way ;)
If you're selling 4 coins, why not just take a picture of 4 coins.
It's not that hard. I sell coins too.
If silver can go to around $18 or so again, I'll buy some more. Perhaps $20 if prices lower than that seem out of reach.
One of my 10 oz silver bars I got a few years ago online.
I love the design and I hope you can still get these.
Can't tell you when I last saw one of these randomly exchange hands with me.
If the slab is more expensive than the coin, the coin's probably not worth much.
Besides I like the extra assurance that I'm getting a genuine...
Sounds like extra work, but if they're faking slabs I don't see an alternative.
666... and goats!!!
Somehow these two have a connection! :P
There's a lot of grades between EF and MS. Should put XF/AU on the poll in my opinion. This could easily be a ~AU55 or around there.
That's at least low-mid AU. I've come across a lot of raw silver at coin shops and
few Peace Dollars looked that lustrous.
Make the 5's and 10's like the Hong Kong 5 Dollar coins, something that hefty I imagine is hard to lose. I agree on the bi-metal part. I'm a fan...
Now, if they would actually circulate half dollars then this would be put to better use I guess. A lot of people around me out there do not know...
Back when ebay had a lot of Netherlands coins listings I was averaging $3-$4 a pound on nickel bullion. Still holding onto all of it now, I have...
If I was buying bulk for the purpose of flipping later, nickel is where you should go. I can't imagine copper ever being worth much in the near...
I've been looking around for the elemental design 1-2 pound bars. Should have bought a few when Provident Metals had them available.
There's a lot of reasons we shouldn't replace physical currency (or just have more than one option?), plus many Americans will petition the hell...
I've been seeing those predictions for a while now. Something tells me we won't see that in our lifetimes, but it's nice to have an emergency fund...
I got a 1999 $10 last night at a local grocery store when I asked for cash back.
Kind of a rag but rare to get 1990's money from a register...
I imagine there's not many of those floating around and would raise a red flag somewhere.
I was wondering about that. I know they're legit notes but this one could raise eyebrows if someone tried to spend that. Not that I would of course!
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