Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by fretboard, Jan 25, 2012.
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I don't know if this falls under their new rules regarding replicas, fakes,etc. But this has or will be in effect. It's targeted mainly at the guy in China who is allowed by the government to make "replicas" with or without concern for the coin hobby act.
No, it's a fantasy coin. These will continue to be allowed on eBay. Most of DC's fantasy coins sell for considerably more than the initial offering price, as demand is quite high. If you check DC's website, you'll notice many of his coins (including this one) are sold out.
Think I paid $85 or $90, somebody put up the link. Carr's are still doing really well on ebay but I notice many people setting a price as opposed to having a NR auction. I know it's a gamble, guess I'll have to think it over.
The design made it deep into the competition, but was ultimately rejected in favor of the uninspiring clip-art that we got instead.
Mintages can be found in DCARRs production Blogs.
Franklins = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_5.htm
1933 Buffalo = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_4.htm
1970 & 1975 IKE's = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_3.htm
1909-O Morgans = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_6.htm
2009-DC Proofed SAEs = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_2.htm
1964-D Peace Dollar = http://www.moonlightmint.com/blog_1.htm
He has quite a following and produces some nice coins.
Took a look and don't like a lot of what I see. I see he has a lot of man made 'error' coins that he sold. Not cool.
@Yak: DC has a contract with ANACS:
[h=2]ANACS to Certify All MoonLight Mint Coins and Tokens Designed by Daniel Carr[/h]
coinlink.com August 20, 2009
That's a shame. I'm in Illinois. The Old Abe eagle is of great historical interest. You're right about what Wisconsin got instead.
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