Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by alan33, Nov 15, 2019.
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Unless you had plans on flipping it for a quick profit, you might consider yourself lucky that the buyer wants to cancel the transaction. From past experiences, once these "feeding frenzies" settle down in a few months, the prices fall to more normal ranges.
I doubt you could ever get one of these for under $300
I'll ignore your response considering that people like you are part of the problem. I don't believe a damn word you say. You're just trying to protect your interests. I hope your orders get lost or stolen in the mail.
I, too, believe the hype and “feeding frenzy” mentality are nothing short of ridiculous, but this response was excessively negative
Alan, I bought the 2013 Reverse Enhanced Proofs for what I believe was $250 or $225 for a pair. This was a few weeks (months ?) after their release; I hadn't even seen or heard of them until I saw them at a local coin show (not sure I was on CT then, I don't think so).
I believe completed sales on Ebay for 1 of the coins now goes for about $50-$60.
There were alot fewer of the 2019's minted but even the 1995-W attached to the gold set has seen its price fall in general and for MS70's and MS69's.
Unless you absolutely positively have to have it NOW....I would wait a few months at least, if not years. That's if you are price-sensitive, of course.
If not, then buy it -- I presume a few hundred dollars won't make a material difference in your life for 1 coin (I presume nobody is buying 50 or 100 of these things where they can lose serious coin, no pun intended ).
At the end of the day, it is just a coin. Not even something that amazing either.
I've looked at my inflated 2013 Reverse Enhanced coins like 4 times in 6 years since I bought them.
Gotta get that curio......
I've said it multiple times and I will say it again. The ONLY reason I bought the coin yesterday (from the mint), was to put it in my 2 month old son's birth year set. Had I not gotten through on the mint website? Oh well, too-bad-so-sad buddy. Guess you won't have them all.
You're not sorry! You don't give a damn about anyone but yourself. As far as I'm concerned, you can stay away permanently.
Yeah, I don't think your son would be complaining about a Reverse Enhanced Proof the next few months and years....probably just wants his bottle and mommy !!
Congrats on the coin and the kid !
That's probably ASKING price, let's see what completed sales are.
Yesterday, I saw $600 offers not getting bids.
There are three types of people who don't give a rat's behind how you feel.
1) Employees of the US Mint.
2) Hucksters like Mike Mezack.
3) People like *jwitten*.
I saw a lot of completed sales in the 600/700 range yesterday. People with too much money and too little brains.
And before you hurl out an attack at me, I'm just a lowly collector and don't flip coins so I'm not actively ruining your life so take it easy on me.
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