Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Matthew Kruse, Oct 17, 2021.
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What a deal .
Only been to a couple myself. But there are definitely people that almost know nothing about coins, occasionally have some they want to get rid of.
I was lucky to get quite a few of them for a bit less than melt when silver was ~$15/oz.
How about a picture of the counter for us professionals in the peanut gallery.
Sadly, both Philly mint. The 1927 is great condition though!
I do garage sales for flipping when I have time on Saturdays and sometimes Sunday. (early morning)
I rarely find coins, although I always ask. In my area I probably find a small coin collection like this or a small jar of foreign coins once for every 20+ sales I go to.
That being said though, there is always tons of cool unique stuff (and if you have the time and knowledge) lots of room for profit.
Yeah, I wanted to see the horn on that 1927, even if it's a P.
I love them too. I have four different large Mexican coin designs now, although sadly many of the large Mexican pesos have low silver percentages.
Sorry for the bad photos, I had it on the wrong light setting for coins. Looks much better in person, haha.
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