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  • 14 new GSA sets!! There are now sets for hardpack GSA's and softpack GSA's. There are also GSA sets by mint so a little something for all GSA collectors. There is also a Redfield Hoard set that has been added.

    Please message me or the Helpdesk if your coins are not working in the sets. If your coins say GSA Hoard they need to be switched over to Hardpack or Softpack GSA to work in those sets.

    There is one GSA set that is not holder specific so that set will take any GSA including those cracked to normal holders.

    Any questions, please let me know.

    (image of a cleaned GSA for attention)
    14 new GSA sets!! There are now sets for hardpack GSA's and softpack GSA's. There are also GSA sets by mint so a little something for all GSA collectors. There is also a Redfield Hoard set that has been added. Please message me or the Helpdesk if your coins are not working in the sets. If your coins say GSA Hoard they need to be switched over to Hardpack or Softpack GSA to work in those sets. There is one GSA set that is not holder specific so that set will take any GSA including those cracked to normal holders. Any questions, please let me know. (image of a cleaned GSA for attention)
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  • Here is the place to ask for value.
    Here is the place to ask for value.
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  • My random year today is 1914. I get to suffer through a non-Morgan year, lets see what I find.

    $20 PCGS 66 CAC

    $10 1914-S PCGS 64+ CAC

    $2.50 PCGS 64

    Didn't store the grade off the buffalo.
    My random year today is 1914. I get to suffer through a non-Morgan year, lets see what I find. $20 PCGS 66 CAC $10 1914-S PCGS 64+ CAC $2.50 PCGS 64 Didn't store the grade off the buffalo.
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  • This is the best group for questions on U.S. coins.
    This is the best group for questions on U.S. coins.
    Eisenhower missing 2letters dollar 1977
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  • Trying something different. I used a random number generator to pick a number from 1776 to now. Using the number I will grab some photos off my computer of a couple coins that year. Here it goes, the number picked for me today was 1904. So here are couple pics I found when searching the old hard drive. The Morgan is a NGC 66*. Nickel a NGC 67CAM. $20 PCGS 65.

    I don't own any of these coins, I may have at one point. Oddly, The IHC was the toughest coin to find. Most pennies I saw were not very interesting so figured an old ACG coin was different.
    Trying something different. I used a random number generator to pick a number from 1776 to now. Using the number I will grab some photos off my computer of a couple coins that year. Here it goes, the number picked for me today was 1904. So here are couple pics I found when searching the old hard drive. The Morgan is a NGC 66*. Nickel a NGC 67CAM. $20 PCGS 65. I don't own any of these coins, I may have at one point. Oddly, The IHC was the toughest coin to find. Most pennies I saw were not very interesting so figured an old ACG coin was different.
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  • Offering 2023-Mo PCGS PR70DCAM Libertads. I have a bunch of these just in. Looking for $160 each. Wholesale lots also available.
    Offering 2023-Mo PCGS PR70DCAM Libertads. I have a bunch of these just in. Looking for $160 each. Wholesale lots also available.
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  • Toner Tuesday contribution, 1884 Morgan PCGS 63DMPL in an OGH. Nicely toned reverse.
    Toner Tuesday contribution, 1884 Morgan PCGS 63DMPL in an OGH. Nicely toned reverse.
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  • Sharing to the group to get some opinions.
    Sharing to the group to get some opinions.
    1969 D possible floating roof full steps. Any information would be very appreciated as I could do with money like the rest of us right now. lol. Thank you in advance.
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  • I saw this coin posted on Facebook. I am curious for people's thoughts on giving designations to non-MS coins. I think I have one AU58PL coin. NGC and ANACS seem to do these and PCGS has said theirs were mistakes. On the PL/DMPL side more seem to be tough dates while many 1880-S could be AU58PL, never seen one but seen several 1889-O. As a collector would you pick up a AU55FBL or AU55FB? Is there a line at MS for the suffix or is a FBL a FBL and a DMPL a DMPL, no matter the underlying grade?

    Pic just for attention.
    I saw this coin posted on Facebook. I am curious for people's thoughts on giving designations to non-MS coins. I think I have one AU58PL coin. NGC and ANACS seem to do these and PCGS has said theirs were mistakes. On the PL/DMPL side more seem to be tough dates while many 1880-S could be AU58PL, never seen one but seen several 1889-O. As a collector would you pick up a AU55FBL or AU55FB? Is there a line at MS for the suffix or is a FBL a FBL and a DMPL a DMPL, no matter the underlying grade? Pic just for attention.
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  • 1827 PCGS MS60 OGH
    1827 PCGS MS60 OGH
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  • Sharing where it gets more views and opinions.
    Sharing where it gets more views and opinions.
    1980 D ,it weighs 4.64 ???? Can someone please share some insight on such a thing
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  • I was looking for a place to post this coin and ended up making a new group for it. 1802/1 PCGS 40. Great looking piece, shot for a customer about 10 years ago.
    I was looking for a place to post this coin and ended up making a new group for it. 1802/1 PCGS 40. Great looking piece, shot for a customer about 10 years ago.
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  • This was such a cool coin. 1896-P toner. I believe it was a PCGS 65 when I got it.
    This was such a cool coin. 1896-P toner. I believe it was a PCGS 65 when I got it.
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  • 1890-S Redfield Dollar, ungraded with nice thick color.
    1890-S Redfield Dollar, ungraded with nice thick color.
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