Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Chris11111952, Oct 29, 2020.
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Someone needs coin therapy .
I terminated my ASE collection as of this year. I will not get one. I terminated all silver coin sets I have. I have been buying from the mint since 1959 and will stop.
Define your own collection. Don’t let the Mint, dealers, the Red Book, or a folder tell you what is required in your collection. You will be much happier that way.
Still an empty hole in the 16D Merc book at my house.
Found one in 1965 at age 16
Had to sell in 1970 to afford a house trailer
Just shoot me. VG but what’d I know
Bite the bullet.....the aftermarket will yield no savings.
If you let the Mint's sales department determine your collecting habits, eventually you will be disapponted and become rather jaded. Once you break free of that habit you'll find lots of other things to add to your collection. I still buy a bullion ASE every year for my Dansco. I'll buy two next year, but I'll need a new page for the Dansco to get me through to 2029.
What's her name on the far right? The middle eastern gal, she's cute!
I have a dealer friend offering to pay $450 each. $83 don’t seem that bad now, does it?
Ohhhh just went to the mint website to look they priced the V75 silver eagle. So the V75 silver eagle price is the topic.
Jeesh $10 more than the regular proof SAE and I'm sure the $10 goes to a good cause.. hahaha.
Looking at what they're going for on ebay, you might be a fool to take $450 for one.
Someone is gonna get caught holding the hot potato this time around. Greedy greedy greedy peoples.....
Most definitely. But it also prolly won't be the fellow that managed to get it direct from the mint for $83. Very doubtful it ever goes down from there very much . . . probably not at all.
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