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  • Check out the 1933 DE auction video. It's posted publicly for the first time.
    I'm the one bidding on the phone with Julian. It was a very exciting auction... at least for me!
    Check out the 1933 DE auction video. It's posted publicly for the first time. I'm the one bidding on the phone with Julian. It was a very exciting auction... at least for me!
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  • Here's one I picked up last weekend!
    Here's one I picked up last weekend!
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  • Sharing where this will get more options.
    Sharing where this will get more options.
    Hi would anyone please be able to estimate value and grading on this coin. Thank you
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  • Hello everyone, I started Hunting just couple months ago, and I have found interesting stuff. I really appreciate any opinion about. I have zero experience with coins , but I do love my new hobby its such amazing feeling when I find this rare Coin. Thank you all.
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  • Sharing where there will be more views.
    Sharing where there will be more views.
    I would appreciate any assistance from experts in Coin, what would be the value for this amazing modern quarter. Its cracked and seems like inside has other coin, its confused. and gorgeous.
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  • How should I insure a FedEx or USPS Express package with coins valued well over the shipper's maximum liability? I see Securesus and similar options, but have no experience with them. All recommendations appreciated.
    How should I insure a FedEx or USPS Express package with coins valued well over the shipper's maximum liability? I see Securesus and similar options, but have no experience with them. All recommendations appreciated.
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  • Where is ToddPollock , with all those rattlers
    Where is ToddPollock , with all those rattlers 🤔🤔🤔
    Well , I have an 1886 , but I saw this one too...
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  • Six three D , six four D Mint sets
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  • 1938 Lincoln proof 64 RB.
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  • Someone has to complete with Vintagecollection1. Got these in the mail today, will get to look at them at some point.
    Someone has to complete with [Vintagecollection1]. Got these in the mail today, will get to look at them at some point.
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  • Have you always wanted a Confederate Cent, but were apprehensive about spending 6 figures on a single coin? Stop by the Civil War Token group and see how far your money will really go in historical tokens like this one. It uses the same obverse hub of that legendary coin, was actually used in commerce, and is connected to the death of the first Union officer killed in the Civil War.
    Have you always wanted a Confederate Cent, but were apprehensive about spending 6 figures on a single coin? Stop by the Civil War Token group and see how far your money will really go in historical tokens like this one. It uses the same obverse hub of that legendary coin, was actually used in commerce, and is connected to the death of the first Union officer killed in the Civil War.
    This Marshall House token predates the Civil War by 2 years, but is wildly popular. Why? Not only does it use the French Liberty head motif that Robert Lovett, Jr designed for the infamous Confederate Cent, but the Marshall House was the scene of one of the first casualties of the War. On May 24, 1861, Colonel Elmer Ellsworth was killed at the Marshall House in Alexandria, Virginia while removing a Confederate flag there. He was the first Union officer to die in the War. This token would have been used at this establishment during those times.
    This example was sold at Stacks recently for the astonishing price of $1320. It is graded PCGS MS63, the only uncirculated example I know of. But is it truly uncirculated?? It is weakly struck for sure, with typical softness on the 9 of the date.
    But it seems to these eyes to be a nice AU 58., without the benefit of an in hand observation.
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  • 1948 S Rosie
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  • Killer reverse toned 85 Morgan.
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  • Sharing to a group to get a broader look on this.
    Sharing to a group to get a broader look on this.
    Does anyone know what these marks are on the eagle of this 1921 Peace Dollar. MS-64 NGC.
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  • 1878 S . Wanna do a Morgan year set.
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