Will the walking Liberty gold sell out?

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by spock1k, Nov 17, 2016.

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Will it sell out

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  3. Maybe

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  4. Don't know

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  1. stoster38

    stoster38 Member

    Just got an email letting me know my order has shipped!!


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  3. COCollector

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  5. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    Bet a few not-so-favorite relatives ain't getting a Christmas present this year.:D
     
  6. stoster38

    stoster38 Member

    Lol I budgeted specifically for the 3 gold coins this year so not affecting my holiday shopping


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  7. physics-fan3.14

    physics-fan3.14 You got any more of them.... prooflikes? Supporter

    I doubt it will sell out. It is an expensive coin, and there are a lot of them.
     
  8. stoster38

    stoster38 Member

    If it doesn't that's good news for people who did buy one. Lower mintage may translate to higher long term value


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  9. Eng

    Eng Senior Eng

    Mine show's shipped also, but it will go out West by wagon train, won't see it for a week and a half.:(.
     
  10. stoster38

    stoster38 Member

    My expected delivery date is next Friday. Disadvantage of living in California lol


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  11. Speedbump

    Speedbump Not a New Member

    Mine shows shipped as well, but I wont expect it to actually leave Memphis until Monday. UPS ground to the west coast is usually 5 days, but with the holiday, I probably wont see it until the following Monday.
     
  12. Eric White

    Eric White Active Member

    I like them, but too poor to buy. I will just keep working on filling my 1937-1947 short set Whitman album
     
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  13. Santinidollar

    Santinidollar Supporter! Supporter

    The pre-sales are all over the place on eBay.

    I got a stupid question: How can some of these sellers know that their coin will grade a 70?:confused:
     
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  14. Chiefbullsit

    Chiefbullsit CRAZY HORSE

    I think these were pretty cool coins, all 3 looked nice in gold. If I collected moderns these would surely be a nice addition to my collection. But, I did save enough money by not buying these to make a down payment on this.............

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    ....and I do think the 2016 WL will sell out, well into 2017 though.
     
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  15. Dancing Fire

    Dancing Fire Junior Member

    if gold kept on falling it will take 6 months before selling out.
     
  16. NAVY CHIEF

    NAVY CHIEF Active Member

    US MINT - Your recent order has now shipped.
     
  17. NAVY CHIEF

    NAVY CHIEF Active Member

    Your recent order has now shipped.
    MOST OF THESE COIN GRADE MS 70
     
  18. midas1

    midas1 Exalted Member

    Is it a limited edition? MCM is taking orders for SP70 NGC/PCGS graded WL coins for $1,179.00.
     
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  19. buzzard

    buzzard Active Member

    Mine shows shipped Saturday
     
  20. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    Just an observation.......we've been 'itchin and complaining that the mint doesn't produce any of the more classical designs. Now they did, and most of us pass on it. I think more of us would have been 'in' had the piece been minted in coin silver.........
     
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  21. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    We passed on it because:

    * The first issue in the series, the Mercury dime commemorative, showed an astonishing lack of detail, more like an original dime struck from extremely worn dies.

    * Each issue was significantly smaller than the coin it commemorated, an annoying distraction.

    * The gold composition, as you say, priced many collectors out entirely. In addition, the premiums over gold value were surprisingly high.

    I was ready to love these, ready to pounce on them -- but in the end, the disappointments overwhelmed me. I might pick them up on the aftermarket if their price drops closer to melt, but I'm not sitting on the edge of my seat waiting.

    As it turns out, I was a lot more jazzed about Dan Carr's restrikes than I was about these.
     
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