Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Rodney Cole, Aug 13, 2020.
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Imagine getting this in change at Taco Bell.
Maybe I can imagine I'm buying food for someone else at Taco Bell. And they gave me a $100 and asked me to bring them change. And when the register drawer opened, it was piled with Peace and Morgan dollars, and before the cashier started counting out 20s I said "I'll be happy to take those big heavy dollar coins you don't have a slot for..."
Dream on. Taco Bell clerks would never know how to make change for $100.
The register will tell them. I'll help them count if they need it. It's my dream.
$20 @ a roadside yard sale in the Ozarks.
So, for the Mercs, $20 face 90% silver for $75... 3.75 X face!
Yeah included was five 1916 Full Bands in almost perfect shape. They are already boxed up with five other coins ready to ship to out for grading.
It happened. Scroll down to my post dated 8/7/2012
Talk about burying the lede...
You had a good day
Me too, this is the only the second time I've had coins graded. The first time I sold em two months later and paid off our house and truck. Wife is happy and I now have extra money for flipping and collecting. The wife actually supports my "boring" hobby now and even brings coin rolls home for me from the bank.
That's a good thing.
How can you get 200 Mercury dimes for $75 when the silver value alone of 200 dimes is currently just under $400.
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