Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Gregg, Aug 7, 2018.
Ya'll are noobs:
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D'y'see where those coins are? "I swears I cin 'mell 'um, I cin 'mell 'um REAL good."
Did he saw we are cute in the description?
did they get in the way of your recent collecting so you had to make some space ??
There is a dealer 'round here known as Webcoins. O unrelenting joy.
$4,000 in shipping. Boy, is he asking for some negative feedback.
no next day shipping option either !!
I can rent a Penske truck and top that.
If the seller sends it by freight line, won’t the buyer have to pick it up at the dock?
Your 1985 Crown Vic Police Interceptor cant handle the load?
My Boss 302 is in a 1988 T-Bird.
if it is really 20 tons it is worth it..........
1 Ton = 1,000 Kilograms Copper Price Per 1 Kilogram 6.67 USD
1000 Kilograms * 6.67 Dollars = 6670 dollars
20000 Kilograms * 6.67 Dollars = 133400 Dollars
If it truly is twenty tons which I highly doubt. So in that case you are taking a pretty big bet plus the shipping unless you go and pick it up your self.
Well, I'm close enough to pick it up and get it here in an hour, including BenGay treatments that would follow, but I'm not that into circulated cents.
It would NOT surprise me if they were on N.F. String & Sons' loading dock, a five minute walk from here.
Here is the link to it.........
This is a part of the listing.... LOL
*Disclaimer* These coins are not specifically meant to be bought for their numismatic value, rather an investment in copper!
Wow, that listing raises so many questions in my little mind.
How does one acquire 400,000 copper cents?
Then, how does one do it 14 more times?
How many lifetimes would it take to search those bags?
Do I get my $82,000 back if I find a Zincoln or two?
Here are the answers in order:
The only one you got.
So you could just walk there, sling a bag over your back, walk it home and repeat ...
save a bunch of money on shipping.
....and pay $8000 to my chiropractor.
I should be so lucky to have JUST that.
My 302 is a Mustang Cobra.
My parents had an '86 T-Bird. That was a nice car.
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