Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Collecting Nut, Jul 23, 2021.
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WOW, deserving of a place in anyone's collection
I am still on the lookout for a 1921 D though!
Not a believer in the overdates?
I have a complete set in that grade or slightly better except the 1916-D. I have the key date but it’s in AG. I had an XF but my ex-wife stole that years ago. In fact she stole my entire collection. 18 years later, my collection is bigger and better than it was.
Be patient and one day you’ll have it.
They are varieties so I treat them separately. I also have the 1942/1 and the 1942/1-D varieties but they don’t fit in the album.
My number 2 Mercury Dime album is a Library of Coins album that does have the spot for the Philly over date. Send it my way as it fits....
The prices for key and semi key dates keeps rising for all series. That’s one of the reasons I buy them first.
25 years ago that 1916-D was $350 range in Fine condition. Today is well over a $1000. That’s why I buy the key and semi key dates first.
No you can’t.
Not quite all. Counterexample: the 1928-P Peace dollar, which kinda slumped over the last 10 years.
@Collecting Nut. I have like 35 of these and haven't checked the dates. I think I will do that tomorrow. Thank for the reminder ️.
But it still costs more than other coins in the Peace Dollar series.
Only in lower circulated grades, looks like. In AU and MS, the 1928 now lists for less than the 1921, to my surprise. (And, of course, we won't even talk about the 1934-S in high grades.)
I only need 1 to have the set in high grade and I have all those days.
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