Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by thomas mozzillo, Apr 12, 2020.
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lol. Because they are the most unstable?
I think you mean "subscriptions", don't you? ~ Chris
I have seen a lot of presale auctions for the reverse proof nickel on eBay. I have to wonder with such a low mintage how those auctions will be affected. Can't sell em if you can't get em.
Suscription orders take prescidence..........
Yes it is. I transposed a few numbers. The correct amount is 190,960. Thanks for the correction.
That is how many are on hand for immediate shipment, that doesn't mean they won't accept orders for a lot more than that, you just won't get them shipped immediately. This is not a "limited mintage" item.
We will probably see some immediate flipping for silly money because of that 190K figure, then later when the start shipping all the other orders, the price will crater.
I disagree. The reverse proof W nickel will drive the sales. The SF mint is closed, and until COVID19 is under control it will be closed. I don't see them minting a lot more of these sets, since when they reopen they will need to start gearing up for 2021. But what do I know?????
To me it's just another boring, gimmick modern coin that will be most everyone's rear view mirror five years from now, just like most of them.
Most of these modern coins are at least MS or PR-69. Getting the 70 grade is the “You struck it rich!” moment.
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