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Discussion in 'World Coins' started by jlblonde, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. jlblonde

    jlblonde Señor Member

    Good quality, lot's of information, many coin from long ago.

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/Coins-World...=item5645eaf71c&_ssn=chucksauctionhouse&rt=nc

    And to quote the seller, "[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] [/FONT]THE VALUE OF THIS COIN IS UNKNOWN . THE ORIGIN IS UNKNOWN AND THE EXACT COMPOSITION ALSO IS UNKNOWN."

    On another auction for silver rounds he states, "THESE WERE ACQUIRED FROM AN ESTATE.
    [FONT=Futura Lt BT, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS SILVER "POOR MANS GOLD" HAS BEEN A HAVEN AGAINST MISFORTUNE, WARS,INFLATION
    AND TERRORISM. THESE COINS ALSO MAKE EXCELLENT GIFTS AND KEEPSAKES AND CAN ONLY INCREASE IN VALUE

    IF HELD FOR ANY NUMBER OF YEARS AS AN INVESTMENT."

    Yes, silver will protect you from terrorism! :rolleyes:

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  3. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

    Nothing like doing a little research before listing. Looking over this sellers other items, I noticed his U.S. coins are WAY overpriced.





     
  4. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    Careful of what you say....

    " I AM A RETIRED MULTIPLE BUSINESS OWNER AND KNOW THE VALUE AND IMPORTANCE OF "GOOD SERVICE AND COMMUNICATION" I PRACTICE WHAT I PREACH. I AM ALSO A MARTIAL ARTS MASTER 7TH DEGREE BLACK BELT IN FOUR STYLES TAEKWONDO, HAPKIDO, KUK SOOL AND HO SIN SOOL. ANY OF MY CUSTOMERS CAN FEEL FREE TO ASK FOR ANY FREE ADVISE IN THESE AREAS."
     
  5. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen



    Wow... that's really pertinent information. A "must add" to any coin auction, for sure, lol.
     
  6. Birdman

    Birdman New Member

    His world coins are also over priced. I hate sellers like this who sell fake coins and obvious know that they are fake but say stuff like...[h=1]

    "THESE COINS WERE PART OF A LARGE ESTATE IN SHENZHEN, CHINA THAT WAS PURCHASED MANY YEARS AGO .
    [/h][h=1]THE VALUE OF THIS COIN IS UNKNOWN . THE ORIGIN AND AUTHENTICITY IS UNKNOWN AND THE EXACT COMPOSITION ALSO IS UNKNOWN."[/h]
     
  7. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    :devil:I would Not Buy a Raw World or US coin on eBay
    unless it was graded By 1 of the 4 TPG Anacs Icg Ngc or Pcgs.
    But that just my 2c

     
  8. jlblonde

    jlblonde Señor Member


    I'd hate to be his neighbor. :eek:
     
  9. mrweaseluv

    mrweaseluv Supporter! Supporter

    Yeah I avoid sellers like this on e-bay. I generaly only buy slabbed coins and or scrap silver on e-bay. I would never try to buy and coin of real value there. That's not completely true, just a general rule as there are a few dealers I know personaly that have e-bay stores I would buy from, but i also know they will take the coin back for full refund if i'm not happy with it.
     
  10. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    Yogi lives!
     
  11. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    This simply means that returns and negative feedback will not be tolerated.
     
  12. jatallman87

    jatallman87 I am Jay

  13. Juan Blanco

    Juan Blanco New Member

    This thread, +1!!
     
  14. goldmark

    goldmark Active Member

    Haha that's funny the price of US $59.99 crossed out and instead US $44.99 with saving $15.00 (25%) makes this a real steal. Don't know who is more to blame the seller or the buyer in such a case.
     
  15. DM1

    DM1 who**

    I'll give him some free "advise" , it's spelled a-d-v-i-C-e. No charge.

    You're welcome.
     
  16. gbroke

    gbroke Naturally Toned

    You better mention the dashes should be removed and use a lower case c.
     
  17. Cringely

    Cringely Active Member

    Somewhat off topic, but the minimum time it takes to achieve 7th dan (degree) for a single martial arts discipline (e.g., the Korean So Bahk Do style) is 27 years after achieving (1st Dan) Black Belt. To have simultaneously achieved 7th dan in four different styles is pushing credibility (it could be done, but at the exclusion of most other activities, unless some of the schools are "diploma mills").

    Likewise (on the credibility front), his "CAN ONLY INCREASE IN VALUE" statement tends to ignore what happened to the sliver market in 1980 (and to a lesser degree, May 2011).
     
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