Seems like a conflict and a ripoff to me. But my question is how did they get it for $450 since that was the high bid from someone else? They...
Are you sure your assumption that it was "passed" instead of sold is true? I would ask them just to see what they say. There could be another...
Like on Amazon when someone posts a question about an item and there are answers that say "I don't know".
I'm from Lexington. I should get me one of these!
Unless one is a book collector also.
Not sure what you mean. That's not what happened. He bought the coin and then listed it for sale at a higher price.
The buyer is definitely the seller. Look at the winning bid code:
s***w(582feedback score: 582)
And the sellers name:
moralesw1239 (582 )
I would like to see those. I didn't know they existed.
I limit myself mostly to coins meant for circulation. They put out proof sets, but I don't buy them.
How is that different than presidents? No consensus, person on small coin, etc.
Lincoln cent for instance.
I like to collect coins meant for circulation. All the excess stuff seems like a money grab to me.
I think I agree. But what example of 25-30 quarters in one year?!
How about great musicians? I mean GREAT, outstanding, not the pop crap.
What no hockey puck coin? :(
Interesting analysis. Thanks. And yes, it's a super pity.
Coin-wise, I like the old ones much better than the presidential ones.
Thanks for your opinions. :)
Thanks much. I truly appreciate you taking the time. You have a good eye.
Can you elaborate on why you would pass? Thanks.
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