Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Randy Abercrombie, Sep 20, 2019.
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Stupid people paying stupid money for stupid plastic.
Is it being offered to you or others? I guess, what is the Great Collections email?
Collectors are best to avoid such coins.
How is it worth $5?
Isn’t that the going rate for W quarters? Or is this just a regular quarter? If so, then it would only be worth $0.25.
I purchased a coin once from them once. Every Friday I get an email with their current auctions. I like looking at all the dream coin photos.
I can't understand what they could use to justify the attribute. There is no way to tell when it was encapsulated.
Precisely. Spend $900.00 today for a coin valued at five dollars in six months. There just has to be another piece to this puzzle.
Idiots. You forgot idiots. That is the missing piece. People are stupid.
I’m sorry.... That made me laugh like a danged fool. Yep, this is the answer.
Article about proof... Dont know, obviously agree that is pricey, and sounds dumb, but as you guys also know....1 of only 2 he has both... Wonder if he is willing to sell them... what is someone willing to pay ?
I would have liked to declare your reply as "best answer".
More likely some worker liberated it from the mint before ..........
Not true... PCGS is certifying they received the submission before the release date.
But is that meaningful in the future? I could see somebody finding a 1955 cent in December 1954. That would have been numismatic news in 1955. But would that have any meaning to a collector of wheat cents today?
There's a US mint in Texas where the coin was found? By hey why let facts get in the way
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