Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by C-B-D, Jan 5, 2017.
Wow. Those are pretty killer grades for Carr pieces! You can make a fortune!!
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Yeah I know I invaded the thread, but I figured I would not start a new thread for my lame $20-$100 coins I sent to ANACS. And besides, this will let baseball and others know that theirs are almost ready.
POST YOUR LOW GRADE U.S. COINS (HERE AND NOWHERE ELSE)!
Low to mid grade, thank you very much. AND I see an MS63 Peace in there (no broken sword, though).
They opened mine Sept 28th I believe, and they just now shipped. They are running a bit behind right now. Should be any day for yours!
More like tease me lol, I still got nothing from them.
Missed a 70 on the Quarter Ounce Gold, low mintage of 34-22-6 on these pieces.
Got a 68 on the Antiqued Owl which dang sure looks good by the other Owl. Only 13 of those Antiqued Owls were made.
Ran out of time tonight, to be continued.
Not complaining about ANACS (I'm a big fan), just anxious. It was a big order (a year's worth of stuff), and they probably got slammed with the fall special.
Yeah, I hate the waiting, seems each day gets longer. Good luck with your grades.
This is one of the DC pieces I want most. Too bad they came out in 2011 when gold was $1900+. Waiting for one to come up on ebay for auction with a low reserve (close to spot), not BIN.
Good luck with that. Rare Carr gold hardly ever goes for near spot. Your best bet is to try to make a deal with @jwitten on his piece if he's willing to part with it.
What's the difference between 69 and 70? ANACS just started putting 70s on them after SEGS started to get more business from them. I hate the grading game, but all of the modern collectors think it means something. Except for the US Mint, everything is perfect.
It's a waiting game with the people that just bought them to make money. Once the next new thing comes out they jump to it and interest wanes. I bought a lot of the WL halves below issue price.
If it's close to issue price, I'll wait.
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