Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by KSorbo, Jan 1, 2018.
You got it....
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Yeah but it seems that this year we're better at it sliding stones across ice.
Actually more of a Patron fan.....
NAFTA at ir's finest... sipping Patron in a US curling club watching a Canadian export.
Well this round goes to Burton .... his guess just $2.50 off actual price paid including shipping... I do suspect that Burton like myself checks certain e bay listings and put 1 pci and 1 Accugrade and got $57.50 So for me this purchase was like a bogo..... as unlike most I find treasures in slabs others don't even look at.... at $55 for 2 cool slabs and 3 varieties.... I'm in high cotton!
See, you got a GREAT deal!!
I'm thrifty and proud of it, but I will on occasion pay up for quality.
Oh and had all I could do to stop myself from pulling the trigger on a gold pci holder 1938 D Buffalo.....and to be perfectly honest the images he had posted looked like a 66 +
One of the nices reverses I've seen ever I swear i so wanted to push that button. @$29.99
Well I knew you or Heavy would know my mo...... so knew this would be short lived... no worries i would of paid 50 for the 1870 variety
On the advice of counsel, I respectfully exercise my 5th amendment rights against self-incrimination.
I've got a bunch of photos, I'll dig something out after dinner - they're on the desktop not my phone...
baseball21 - 6 Points
ddddd - 5.5 Points
Beefer518 - 3 Points
Mainebill - 3 Points
jtlee321 - 3 Points
Burton Strauss III - 3 Points
Pickin and Grinin - 2 Points
heavycam.monstervam - 2 Points
jwitten - 1 Point
Bman33 - 1 Point
jpcienkus - 1 Point
BlackBeard_Thatch - 1 Point
KSorbo - 1 Point
Paddy54 - 1 Point
Here come the judge.......
Let's go back to the beginning... the slab that started me off on my hunt for the weird, odd, strange and everything abnormal...
Arguably, the coin is actually better than VG8.
The GreySheet CPG says G4 is $42, VG8 is $52, F12 is $55 and VF20 is $74.
What did I pay, in 2014 dollars?
...interestingly enough a slab that I never owned.
I did hear that the people who slabbed those used to set up at Michigan coin shows and even did some special holders for those that requested it.
They dropped the Michigan at some point and became MGS.. http://fun-forums.livejournal.com/81542.html
You gotta love a company that gives themselves a gold bean...
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