Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by tatter tott, Nov 25, 2020.
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edited really happen I'm a shame of my self letting my pulled into that cause it ant nothing but ugly folks I'm way better than that I'm not that person right their and I don't have no ideal who the other people are never even talked to theme but that evening all that beat down not just buy one person several different people over a coin my God if it would been something important it would have been awful cause I can't spell didn't put a period in the right spot and all I had was a Penny to show I have to get away from that my poor wife and girl saw that that is what start the hole thing was my 17 year old daughter saw she want even talk to me if it is about a coin she said Dad their making fun of you over a coin I told her she didn't no what she was talking about I was taking up for people that I didn't even know and they were making fun of me it's hard to send a picture right now afraid and I've never been afraid I'm a fighter but words hurt worse than hits I can take hit's but a mouth not to good at it. I'm Glad that is over for right now I just wish these grown adults would apologize to my daughter that would mean a lot but it is hard to do that for a man I did it I have to can't live like that to much to hang own to.
@SensibleSal66. If you check past posts by @tatter tott you'll find some members have been critical (and hurtful) of his spelling and lack of punctuation. The critics failed to understand he may have very little or no formal education. Here is a post on Coin Talk by his wife:
The original post is dated Nov. 7, 2020 if you care to see some of the critical comments.
Re the critics @paddyman98 was the only one man enough to apologize.
@paddyman98 ( truly classy guy )
Well Happy Thanksgiving all !!
Thank you very much for clarifying this thread. I would have assumed that the OP was a troll trying to mess with people, based on what I had read so far. I am not at all familiar with @tatter tott and the other thread. My assumption would have made a you know what out of me.
To his wife, daughter and @tatter tott, I encourage you to continue your new hobby. I feel bad as I almost posted something that would have been awful without knowing the full story. I may still not know the full story, but it will be easier to come into this discussion with a much more open mind than I originally had.
@tatter tott. I'm sure the owner of this site (Peter T. Davis), the moderators, and vast majority of members would agree when I say you're welcome to post anything about coins on Coin Talk. If someone doesn't like what you post, they don't have to read it.
Please know....I do not condone any nasty post towards you,but please understand the folks who do post here are very passionate about this hobby.
That said ...there are post daily by trolls and people who just love to stir and post crap!
One would think that durring these dificult times ( for everyone ) that ones heart would be a little softer,and open more for forgiveness and understanding.
But unfortunately we have entered into an era that everything is about "ME".
The compassion has left us,and a sence of entitlement seems to be the rule of the day.
The fact is that many don't realize is none of us are perfect....none of us experts....even those who do have a sheep skin hanging on a wall.
How many doctors have lost a patient? Answer all of them.....no matter how smart,skilled, or educated they are.
We all are given a gift....one must find and nourish that gift within you.
As I have gotten older, experenced life and death of family and friends Ive realized a lot.
That we are here a very short time...some shorter than others.... at some point on that time line one trully needs to wake the hell up!
One thing Ive learned is the human animal and we are just that...with a thumb....are some of the most dangerous animals on earth.
The animals below us...only kill to eat,or survive..... where humans with a free will and a developed brain hurt others because they can.
I am again sorry for the actions of a few and extend my hand in friendship even in the age of CV -19 to you.
I hope this holiday season dealing with this plague that some of us do some soul searching, find compassion within us....and give that gift to others who have not awaken to the fact it isnt always about you ...or me! ....its about US....the human race...and the fact it to has a time line....it had a starting point and as sure as hell there will be an ending one.
Tater tott welcome to CT.... I hope from this point on your time spent here is enjoyable.
To your wife and family happy holidays....stay safe wear the Damn mask wash your paws...!
@Paddy54 Hopefully, from your fingers on the keyboard to peoples conscience
If only just one.....we all will have won.
I'll admit that when I first started reading your posts, I thought you were just trolling because we do get a lot of that here. Yes, I commented on your lack of punctuation. The lack of punctuation makes it so hard for me to follow someone's train of thought (You aren't the only one who has done this!) Sometimes, I have to read a post over and over again just to get the gist of the comment. Now, I feel bad because I simply took it for granted that you were probably "playing games" with us. Please accept my apology.
And, to "Mrs. Tott", thank you for bringing this to our attention.
To answer your question, yes it is possible to put a coin in an auction without having it graded.
BUT, it depends on the coin and the auction house. If you have a very rare coin an auction house will accept it, and most likely have it graded before it is sold. Why? Because most collectors won't buy expensive coins unless they are graded, and it will bring more money that way usually.
If the coin is not very rare most of the larger auction houses would not be interested in it ungraded. It wouldn't be worth their time and effort to have it graded. and most of the large houses rarely sell ungraded coins now. A smaller auction house might be willing to sell it ungraded, and of course there is always the possibility of selling it on ebay. Ungraded coins sell at auction there all the time.
Where in Tennessee do you want to go to get $10K worth of coins? By any chance, are you referring to the US Mint Fulfillment Center?
There have been trillions and trillions of Lincoln "Wheaties" and Memorial cents struck from 1909-2008. Would you like to know how many business strikes have graded MS70? None! Even finding an MS68 or MS69 is extremely rare.
I don't want to bust your bubble, but there are hundreds of collectors on the CT forums who have been searching for major doubled dies for decades and have never found a single one. I suspect that you are confusing machine doubling with a true doubled die. We need to see photos.
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