Dolly Holders

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  1. Thomas R Reynolds

    Thomas R Reynolds Active Member

    Show me your Dolly Holders. I never saw these before. Dolly Holder.jpg
     
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  3. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Numismatic jack of all trades & specialist in none Moderator

    That's D-O-I-L-Y, with an "i", not "Dolly".

    Nice! They're pretty rare. At one time, I believe just about any coin in a Doily holder would be worth $150-200-ish, minimum, just for the plastic.

    This thread on Collectors Universe may interest you.

    Back in the early 2000s, I sold an 1854 PCGS MS65 RD large cent in a Doily holder. It was a consignment- I could not afford the coin for myself. I wish I could have. It sold for $2,500 or so at the time, as I recall. A year or two later, I saw the very same coin in a dealer's case at one of the FUN shows, and it was not the person to whom I had sold the coin on eBay, so it had changed hands. Small world. The price had gone up considerably, too. I wanna say it had gone up to $4K-something. Don't remember exactly. It was a nice coin. I wonder if it is still in the Doily holder today.
     
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  4. Thomas R Reynolds

    Thomas R Reynolds Active Member

    There are 2 of them for sale on ebay now. Sorry for the misspelling but the sale said Dolly. Guess that person didn't know either. Never saw them before.
     
  5. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    Lordmarcovan, thanks for the correction (Doily) now I know what it is. Lesson learned.
     
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