Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by daniel a DiBiasio, Feb 27, 2021.
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The tax is making it overpriced.
I wouldn't pay it. I would keep shopping. Unless the coin is that "good" to you.
Gotta agree, pass, you can find a better one for a better price. One of the first lessons to learn about collecting coins is to practice patience when shopping for a coin you want. I suggest buying one that's graded for $500 or $600, at least that's what I would do.
The answer to that is definitely yes!
I can't stand that man. I voted for him once, the first time he ran for US Senate. Never voted for him again. Never will.
The Grey Sheet spread is $2,100 in Fine 12 and $3,150 in VF-20. Add a reasonable profit for the dealer and you have a reasonable price. @Idhair mentioned $2,700 as a baseline which seems reasonable.
Be advised that what used to be a VG 30 to 40 years ago is now a VF.
About 15 years years ago I had want list client who wanted one that had all of the lines showing on the ax. I finally found one was in an EF-40 for him, but the price back then was under $2,000.
Yeah, that's ridiculous. Maybe you can get an out-of-state friend to buy it for you (with your money, that is) and then have him send it to you? BTW, what part of Ohio are you from. I was born and raised in Canton, spent a few years in Cambridge (my first job out of technical school) and now live in an Akron suburb.
i'm from cleveland but live in amherst now
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