Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by mrweaseluv, Nov 17, 2023.
Then again how many of you would resist??
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Awesome pick up.
Ouch!!! I see what you did there?
I would. I used to keep up with them, but there are too many of them. I had that one in an attractive card, the way it was issued from the mint. I sold it because I lost interest in it. I much prefer these items in the original mint package and not third party graded.
I have a type set of the "old commemoratives," both gold and silver from 1892 to 1954. I had all of the new ones, but then it got ridiculous.
There are many older commem’s that have designs I don’t care for. This one is special…imo…Spark. Thanks for posting!
Nice coin! I’m with you on this. Buy what you enjoy looking at today. If the next generation of coin collectors push the values of these higher graded coins up, then it’s a win, win!
that’s works for me!
That's what they used to say about the 'old' ones, John......
Thanks mrweaseluv! Your purchase fired up my dopamine! Just purchased one of these bad boys!
Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
Comes in a presentation box with a certificate of authenticity.
Graded PF-70 Ultra Cameo by NGC.
Mintage of only 10,000 coins worldwide.
Obverse: Features the Winged Liberty.
Reverse: Depicts an eagle along with the words, "United States of America" at the top and the motto " In God We Trust" at the bottom.
I sold most of my extras in my antique shop. Did pretty good on them too.
Yes, they were, but I was neither alive nor a collector at that time. You might notice that I have only the type coins. The Oregon Trail Half Dollar had a beautiful design, but it was issued years beyond its time. I don’t need any of those coins then. I don’t want them now.
10000 world wide. Does that mean there are only 10k of these minted in a pr70 ultra cameo grade or does it mean a total of 10k in other grades as well?
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