Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Islander80-83, Aug 18, 2019.
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It’s not easy to buy a circulated 50-D either.
I’ve only ever owned one AU example.
That is very true
You're all right over the target. Right in line with my thoughts. However, I'm sitting here looking at an album that (IMO) wouldn't be much more then 63 cents to "complete." Okay, that might be a little exaggerated. I'll push it out to, no more then $10 and that is being very generous. I would say you could put a much nicer complete set together, then the one I'm looking at for less then $10. Again, all circulated.
I'll give you a little help. You gotta think back quit a few years. I'm not even sure they still make the album. Yes, it's a well known American Coin Album company. I'll post pictures here in a day or two if non of you guess the album.
One of the most valued coins in my collection is this 50-D pulled from a roll. I will never forget the feeling of shock and awe the day I found it. 6/1/17 @ 10:40pm when counting a register at work.
Also agree that Jefferson’s and Franklins are the easiest. Franklins were the first album I finished and all were bought around melt price and the set looks great and well matched.
That certainly IS a rare coin Steve!
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