Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jtlee321, Sep 4, 2016.
$35 for this one
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stupid old matte proof nickel and an unlucky $2 bill:
This was $.75 at a flea market:
And this (for the full proof set) was $15:
And this was $1 at a flea market:
Nice score. Every time I come across one of these they want way more than $50.
The dollar, or the nickel, or the set? Yeah, I got lucky on this one, but I think it's because I bought like 3 of the 1994 sets and 4 of the 1997 sets at once, so he gave me a price break to get rid of them.
And (last one today) this was $.07 (found at the bottom of a bag of bulk foreign coins in a gold bezel to boot:
$20 might seem like meh for this- until you realize it's 1.75 oz .999 silver and extremely rare and super collectible
No fair - you are a professional coin photog - And that is why I send you my coins!
You got it.
Paid $7.00 at a local show.
And when I took it to the silver dollar show in St. Charles, MO...to see if I could sell/trade it for something...EVERY dealer acted like it was coated in doo-doo.
Because it was in an NGC slab!
@charlietig / @jtlee321 - Is that a die crack on the 56 going from Roosevelt's head to the rim?
They are a....
Yes, it's a pretty sweet die crack too...
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