Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Traz, Aug 14, 2016.
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Anyone who isn't giddy happy owning a Stella is completely broken.
Unfortunately, I'd know that my money would have been better spent elsewhere. Nothing I'd ever buy unless money was no object.
That's a lovely piece you have there Traz.
This was about fifteen years ago, so if she is still the owner, she's made a wise investment. It's sort of a shame that these coins have been largely reduced to investment pieces and collectors seldom get to place them into their collections. Let's face it, if it weren't for the high investors, they wouldn't be priced anywhere near whT they are today.
In my opinion as a collector, that would be a good thing.
If you give it to me in the next 20-30 years I will be really happy. A very nice coin. Love it.
Curious, where and when did you HOLD a $100,000 note. A sheet of these is often on display. Was the note you held from another country?
Question. When members post a photo like the OP with a PCGS Certificate, where is the assigned grade? Do I need to go to PCGA and pull up the #?
Yes you need to go check the cert page for the grade or someone post it. Would be nice if they put that on the photo somewhere
Stinks if they did. Makes guess the grade no fun.
Lol true, adding it as one of the options would be a nice addition to the trueview page with all the different sizes though in my opinion then let people pick if they want to use it or not.
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