Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Dynoking, Dec 8, 2021.
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Well, what it was worth, before it got vandalized...
i can think of better things to spend that much cash on
I'll give this piece the benefit of the doubt and assume that it required significant workmanship and labor; I'm not in the business. But I'll still bet that more than half of that price, if they get it, would be profit.
I agree, years ago such items were worn by the snooty ladies who could afford them, not so much anymore! Love my wife, but she's not getting it, not now and not ever!
I won't. I am betting $1000 for the coin, (hopefully less because it was already damaged), $500 for holder, $300 for necklace, $300 for diamonds and $400 labor. I would see $2500 cost in the thing. Set price at $11,500 and still be able to sell it at 50% off for a 100% profit.
But I agree the jewelry is bugly.
Um, $10k is pretty cheap for a Rolex. Most decent ones are $20k or so.
There are a few of us with a couple of proverbial nickels to run together, (since its a coin board I assume we all have 2 literal nickels to rub together).
I actually have only one literal nickel.
Do three cent nickels count?
I bet that's more than 10K
Of course, as do the first nickels, the 1856-1863 small cents, (gotta love coin humor, .00001% of the population would get that joke).
I'm trying to figure out what it would be worn with.
A complete lack of taste?
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