Puck "Cents"

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  4. longarm

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    Here we go again, 10 Shawnee left at the mint.
     
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  6. longarm

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  7. Cascade

    Cascade The Blind VAMmer

    It's HSN, what do you expect?
     
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  8. longarm

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    I don't watch that crap, is it on cable or something?
     
  9. Cascade

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  10. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    With the price of silver over $20/ounce, the market value of the pucks is also spiking. It is nice to see that they seem to have considerable collector value in addition to just silver value.
     
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  11. longarm

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  12. Key70

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    Congrats longarm

    It's good to absorb the knowledge from interesting videos .
     
  13. longarm

    longarm Argentum et aurum comparenda sunt

    SHAWNEE P 18,015 -- 105,000 bullion
    CUMBERLAND P 16,723 --75,000 bullion
    HARPER'S FERRY -- 43,200 bullion
    Total so far for 2016 -- 248,938 atb 5 oz
     
  14. McBlzr

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  15. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    With the issuance of the Harper's Ferry puck, I thought it would be a good time for an update on the mintage versus market value information. The Hawaii puck is still holding good value with the Acadia pretty good but slipping a little. The Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Gettysburg, and Olympic pucks seem to gaining value with the Chickasaw getting little respect despite its relatively low mintage. The Blue Ridge seems overvalued to me. The early and unexpected sellout seem to be keeping its value higher than otherwise would be expected. As a note, it is a little difficult to judge market value on some pucks with little sales volume on the bay.

    Puck Name Year Code Mintage Current Original

    Hot Springs 2010 NP1 27,000 $251 $280
    Yellowstone 2010 NP2 27,000 $241 $280
    Yosemite 2010 NP3 27,000 $216 $280
    Grand Canyon 2010 NP4 26,019 $221 $280
    Mount Hood 2010 NP5 26,928 $201 $280
    Gettysburg 2011 NP6 24,625 $241 $230
    Glacier 2011 NP7 20,856 $191 $230
    Olympic 2011 NP8 18,398 $271 $205
    Vicksburg 2011 NP9 18,594 $201 $205
    Chickasaw 2011 NP10 16,827 $201 $205
    El Yunque 2012 NQ0 17,314 $311 $205
    Chaco Culture 2012 NQ1 17,146 $226 $205
    Acadia 2012 NQ2 14,978 $551 $205
    Hawaii Volcanos 2012 NQ3 14,863 $751 $230
    Denali 2012 NQ4 15,225 $321 $230
    White Mountains 2013 NQ5 20,530 $231 $180
    Perry's Victory 2013 NQ6 17,707 $231 $155
    Great Basin 2013 NQ7 17,792 $186 $155
    Fort McHenry 2013 NQ8 19,802 $191 $155
    Mount Rushmore 2013 NQ9 23,547 $186 $155
    Great Smokey Mountains 2014 NR1 24,710 $176 $139
    Shenandoah National Park 2014 NR2 28,451 $161 $139
    Arches 2014 NR3 28,434 $166 $139
    Great Sand Dunes 2014 NR4 24,103 $161 $139
    Everglades 2014 NR5 22,732 $161 $155
    Homestead 2015 SN1 21,286 $161 $150
    Kisatchie 2015 SN2 19,449 $161 $150
    Blue Ridge Parkway 2015 SN3 17,461 $241 $150
    Bombay Hook 2015 SN4 17,309 $171 $150
    Saratoga 2015 SN5 17,563 $166 $150
    Shawnee 2016 16AJ 18,217 $151 $150
    Cumberland Gap 2016 16AK 17,076 $151 $150
    Harper's Ferry 2016 16AL 16,044 $151 $150

    Total 684,986 $7,613 $6,261
     
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  16. longarm

    longarm Argentum et aurum comparenda sunt

    Well, that's it for the Shawnee, it's officially Sold Out. The last numbers for it are 18,781.
     
  17. longarm

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  18. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    With the release of the Teddy Roosevelt puck, I thought it would be a good time to update the puck values versus mintage. Teddy seemed to have a good opening week with over 16,000 pucks sold in just 4 days. The recent decrease in silver prices has had some negative effect on the puck values in general. Hawaii and Acadia are still holding value but the Blue Ridge is dropping back to earth. The first year pucks seem to be lingering at low points. The Shawnee got some boost from its recent sell-out.

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  19. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    As I've been updating values of the collector pucks, I notice that some folks are selling empty boxes with the COA for prices that often get $15. I can understand why someone wants to sell the box as they got it graded and no longer need the box. I'm not sure why would buy the empty box though? You can't put a bullion version of the puck into the box and try to pass it off as a collector puck as it is a totally different finish. Do that many people damage their box and need a new one?
     
  20. statequarterguy

    statequarterguy Love Pucks

    I bought a graded Hawaii without the box and later bought a box so that it would be complete.
     
  21. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    If the coin is graded, it wouldn't really fit into the box unless you removed the insert. How do you display the graded puck with the box? Just curious.
     
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