Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by JCB1983, Apr 4, 2012.
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Unless you blew it on gambling, booze, cigarettes and strippers, I'd say you did well considering inflation of today's rates.
I got all of them for face value from the bank, but playing pool was just taking up too much of my time. I didn't need the money for gambling, and I really should have kept them.
I sold it when I needed money during my college years.
I bought a slabbed 1904 Indian in an attempt to replace it. The replacement coin didn't work for me. I still miss that original $5 bid-board purchase.
...ended up using that money to buy newer packs of basketball cards. Yeesh.
Edit: I just remembered the coin I MOST regret selling. It was a 1947 Canadian dime that just g.l.o.w.e.d. I listed it on eBay with horrid photos that captured none of the mint luster...think someone got it for .99.
I also regret selling a 1921-D dime in F-12. I sold it about 12 years ago when the market was low.
Yeah, good thing my "deal" is coins, or you might see me on that show "hoarders".
If you ever feel overwhelmed by your collection I would love to relieve you the stress of having so many coins, I'd even do it for no charge
Face value lol. Boy those must have been the days
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