Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by chickenfight, Feb 19, 2011.
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Remember, supply and demand. Lot more copper out there to mine then silver.
If you think silver is going up, and your willing to hold on to it for a while. Keep it.
13 counting this one.... and if anyone thinks the price is insanely high right now, just hold on for the upcoming ride...
We're not talking about investing in copper, we're talking about selling silver to further the hobby of collecting coins. I'd rather have a nice set of large cents than a giant pile of ugly silver dimes any day. Obviously if investing were the issue, silver for copper would be a bad deal.
I'm about to sell both right now. Even my precious fugio LOL.
Yeah, I was meaning trading/liquidating $x.xx (metal value) silver for $x.xx (numismatic value) copper or whatever....
don't sell anything you might regret having sold later. I've wanted a fugio for quite some time and know thy aren't easy to find in decent shape.
I kinda need a car though. :/
I fully agree. Couldn't have said it better myself.
Ummm, because thats what some people collect. I for one don't invest in bullion, so why not copper?
For example, I asked myself, which would I rather have: this 1909-S lincoln cent
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl...NkhWRaY%3D&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK:MEWNX:IT or a 5 Oz silver bar + 3 Silver American Eagles (duplicate dates in my collection) + 2 Morgan Silver $ culls. Well, now I've got this cent and somebody else has those silver items which I wasn't too fond off to begin with. It all comes down to personal preference folks. After all, this is a hobby for us right?
Btw, you guys like my new penny?
What were the average grades of the Peace dollars in your set? If you don't mind me asking.
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