good deal or not

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by wokeupscreamin, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. wokeupscreamin

    wokeupscreamin Junior Member

    I went to an antique shop today and picked these two up for a buck. Was that a good deal?


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  3. Opus007

    Opus007 Junior Member

    Anything for a buck has to be a good deal, LOL That won't even buy a cup of coffee.
    If you are happy is all that matters.
  4. wokeupscreamin

    wokeupscreamin Junior Member

    Reason im askin is, he has a pile of them and I was thinking of making an offer on the pile. All the dates are good and you can even see the F real clearly. 35, 36,37's
  5. Shoewrecky

    Shoewrecky Coin Hoarder

    you need to go to Circle K on Monday's...85 cent coffees :):mouth:

    Back to the topic...for a buck yeah that may not be so bad. the ones i have seen dont look that decent for that cheap of a price.
  6. Pilkenton

    Pilkenton almost uncirculated

    You got RIPPED OFF!!! For a BUCK???

    Just kidding. They look good. I'd go get the rest.

    You'd probably double your money if you sold them on EBAY.
  7. wokeupscreamin

    wokeupscreamin Junior Member

    I'm not in it for profit. I collect coins. Just wondering if thats a decent price. I've looked at ebay listings and they are ... well... smug. No one seems to buy the Buffalo's and if they do, they are in a bundle of two with an indian head cent for like $2.00. So that had me a little concerend of wether I was payin too much or not.
  8. LostDutchman

    LostDutchman Under Staffed & Overly Motivated Supporter

    Don't pay much more then that.... but that's about right on those.
  9. Pocket Change

    Pocket Change Coin Collector

    And forget about flipping them on ebay. For coins of that type, the fees will kill you unless you are selling AT LEAST a half roll.
  10. borgovan

    borgovan Supporter**

    At two for a dollar, that's $20 a roll, which is better than wholesale. You won't be making a killing, but it's a fair price.
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