Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Ikw, Sep 15, 2019.
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When dealing in ASE's one need understand this what seperates a 69 from a 70?
Price for sure... but most would elect to purchase this set in ms - 69 than pay the premuim on a 70 coin.
After having 12 - 2008 rev of 07 unc. Ase's 11graded 70 1 in 69 I can assure you the extra point between a 69 /70 was a plus for the buyer not the seller.
Most would only offer 69 money . Good luck...but what ever the value of this set is in 69 will be closer to true value...what someone will pay.
What Paddy said is very accurate and true. The problem is that most people can't tell the difference between a 70 and a 69, anyway.
@Paddy54 what would be the book price and a conservative asking price? In your opinion?
I no longer collect ASE's I've sold off just about all my collection except a few. I have no clue as to market. One would be best to research such themselves.
The reason I say this is what a set or item will bring today is much different than tomorrow. As at the end of the day it is just bullion
they are selling from $31 to $50 each.
The Proof one from $65 to $140 .. i think the better the picture showing the ultra cameo the higher the sale.
a red, white and blue set with the 2 MS70 and PF70 went for about $260ish or so (someone took an offer so who knows).
but check ebay SOLD out as the fluctuation in silver recently I did not differentiate between spot silver prices at whatever timeframe those were sold nor the slabbed condition.
@Casman just the photos
Did not ask that
Well, excuse the hell out of me
You should know better than to try to be helpful!
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