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Christian, husband, and father of 6 with a passion for numismatics. I really enjoy mint errors and guide book varieties. Some varieties are obvious mistakes, some are mysterious, and some are just comical 😀 VAMing should be a verb in the dictionary. Check out my store! I am always buying really interesting varieties of early American coins. https://www.ebay.com/str/integrityrarecoins
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  • I've just acquired this 1884-CC Morgan Silver Dollar GSA Hoard NGC MS-63. GSA
    I've just acquired this [coin:751da23b-19dc-11ef-b087-060e37a4c43f]. GSA
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  • 1899 Indian Cent PCGS and CAC MS63 RB for sale $150! Fee-less option please
    1899 Indian Cent PCGS and CAC MS63 RB for sale $150! Fee-less option please
    1899 Indian Cent PCGS and CAC MS63 RB for $150 with fee-less option!
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  • I've just added a set "RyanG's Morgan Dollars GSA Set" (Morgan Dollars Carson City GSA Hoard (Any Holder) Basic Set, Circulation Strikes, 1878-1891).
    I've just added a set [set:0e11e946-1988-11ef-a34e-0660ea78a99b].
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  • If you are a die variety nut like me, this is one that you may just wanna get a better look at. This is an 1806 Draped Bust Quarter Browning 6... rarity rating of R5! With less than 75 known, its tough to say when another may come around. You won't find much pricing info on this coin because of the fact that not many have been sold but PCGS puts a VF20 at $3000 which is exactly what I am looking for on this coin.
    PM if you are interested and I'm happy to work with you to help make this fit in your collection.
    If you are a die variety nut like me, this is one that you may just wanna get a better look at. This is an 1806 Draped Bust Quarter Browning 6... rarity rating of R5! With less than 75 known, its tough to say when another may come around. You won't find much pricing info on this coin because of the fact that not many have been sold but PCGS puts a VF20 at $3000 which is exactly what I am looking for on this coin. PM if you are interested and I'm happy to work with you to help make this fit in your collection.
    I've just acquired this 1806 Draped Bust Quarter PCGS VF-25.
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  • March 29, 1932, bank President Percival Chrystie was found shot and killed in his home. He was also President of Taylor-Warton steel company, NJ board of education committee, on the Board of Conservation and Development, and was on his 3rd marriage.

    I would like to find out more about this banks history as I grew up only 10 minutes away from the bank. Was Percy's murder ever solved? Are there any notes with his signature? It's not easy to find info about some of these small town banks on the internet so you really have to depend on town historians. I think that's what makes me enjoy National Bank notes that much more. It's a hobby with deep roots in local culture and is very educational.

    I believe the bank became a First Union bank for a while in the 1980s (please correct me if I'm wrong) and is now a liquor store. I do remember visiting the building with my parents as a child and I believe it was a bank.

    Taylor-Warton property was purchased by Custom Alloy and that is where my father made his living. He used to bring me there sometimes as a child. We would search the property together for old bullets and projectiles from previous wars that were made there. They made quite a bit of steel products for military use.

    March 29, 1932, bank President Percival Chrystie was found shot and killed in his home. He was also President of Taylor-Warton steel company, NJ board of education committee, on the Board of Conservation and Development, and was on his 3rd marriage. I would like to find out more about this banks history as I grew up only 10 minutes away from the bank. Was Percy's murder ever solved? Are there any notes with his signature? It's not easy to find info about some of these small town banks on the internet so you really have to depend on town historians. I think that's what makes me enjoy National Bank notes that much more. It's a hobby with deep roots in local culture and is very educational. I believe the bank became a First Union bank for a while in the 1980s (please correct me if I'm wrong) and is now a liquor store. I do remember visiting the building with my parents as a child and I believe it was a bank. Taylor-Warton property was purchased by Custom Alloy and that is where my father made his living. He used to bring me there sometimes as a child. We would search the property together for old bullets and projectiles from previous wars that were made there. They made quite a bit of steel products for military use.
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  • I've just added a set "Ryan's Draped Bust Type Set" (Basic Bust Type Set No Gold, 1792-1839).
    I've just added a set [set:7dc5e708-1652-11ef-bdcd-0660ea78a99b].
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  • I've just acquired this 1806 Draped Bust Quarter PCGS VF-25.
    I've just acquired this [coin:289f217e-1537-11ef-b7c7-060e37a4c43f].
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  • Very scarce 1806 Browning 6 Die variety up for sale from Integrity Rare Coins. You won't find prices for this coin in the Greysheet but they do list the variety. PCGS puts it at $6000. With the eye appeal and scarcity of the type, I am asking a very fair $3500. PM me if interested.
    Very scarce 1806 Browning 6 Die variety up for sale from Integrity Rare Coins. You won't find prices for this coin in the Greysheet but they do list the variety. PCGS puts it at $6000. With the eye appeal and scarcity of the type, I am asking a very fair $3500. PM me if interested.
    I've just acquired this 1806 Draped Bust Quarter PCGS VF-25.
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  • I've just acquired this 1880-O Morgan Silver Dollar VAM-48 Hangnail PCGS MS-62.
    I've just acquired this [coin:2e089370-1457-11ef-ac4f-060e37a4c43f].
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  • I've just acquired this 1880 Morgan Silver Dollar VAM-1A Knobbed 8 PCGS AU-53.
    I've just acquired this [coin:3f85929a-1457-11ef-ac4f-060e37a4c43f].
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  • Famous Three Leg Buffalo in XF 45 for $925 with a fee-less option! PM if interested. Thanks
    Famous Three Leg Buffalo in XF 45 for $925 with a fee-less option! PM if interested. Thanks
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  • Semi Key that just gets extremely expensive in MS+. That's why, just like the 1884 S and 1892 S, AU58 for a 1896 O is getting more popular and a great investment. Especially at 475 from me with fee-less option! PM me if you would like to talk about this one.
    Semi Key that just gets extremely expensive in MS+. That's why, just like the 1884 S and 1892 S, AU58 for a 1896 O is getting more popular and a great investment. Especially at 475 from me with fee-less option! PM me if you would like to talk about this one.
    I've just acquired this 1896-O Morgan Silver Dollar NGC AU-58.
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  • I've just acquired this 1896-S Barber Quarter PCGS AG-3.
    I've just acquired this [coin:7c45b21d-1222-11ef-a20a-060e37a4c43f].
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  • Great eye appeal for this scarce VAM2 1903 Micro S Morgan. Fee-less option - $280! Private message if interested.
    Great eye appeal for this scarce VAM2 1903 Micro S Morgan. Fee-less option - $280! Private message if interested.
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