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  • We need more members from Nevada!

    The current regulatory frameworks in Nevada around sales tax exemptions for numismatic material are very convoluted, and we’d love to push for a simplification of the regulations. We can’t do that without more support in the area, which is where you come in!

    By joining our Concerned Collectors Coalition for free, you’ll help give collectors in your state a louder voice. If you’re a Nevada-based dealer, we’d love to have you join one of our paid tiers for coin dealers.

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    🌟 We need more members from Nevada! 🌟 The current regulatory frameworks in Nevada around sales tax exemptions for numismatic material are very convoluted, and we’d love to push for a simplification of the regulations. We can’t do that without more support in the area, which is where you come in! 🙌 By joining our Concerned Collectors Coalition for free, you’ll help give collectors in your state a louder voice. 🗣️ If you’re a Nevada-based dealer, we’d love to have you join one of our paid tiers for coin dealers. 💰 #Nevada #Free #Join
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  • 1870 $3 AU58 PCGS CAC

    In 1853, Congress had passed a bill that authorized the issuance of three-dollar coins in order for a more convenient purchase of postage stamps. Though somewhat circulated on the West Coast, where hard gold and silver were used rather than paper money, it had little commerce on the East Coast because of its disruption from the Civil War.

    This 1870 $3 piece is an exciting specimen, possessing a visually striking Chrome Yellow patina. It is one of just 3,500 struck and of 800 remaining survivors. An important $3 and a rare gold date, seldom seen in higher grades. This date typically offers low eye appeal, but this specimen truly rectifies what a $3 rare gold should look like. It will undoubtedly catch the eye of a choosy collector, a fantastic Gem, save for a small planchet flaw on the obverse. This date has seen a surge in value. With a AU58 CAC Price Guide now at $8,400, and the last comparable sale of AU58 NGC CAC sold for $7,031 06/24 GC
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    🔵 1870 $3 AU58 PCGS CAC 🔵 In 1853, Congress had passed a bill that authorized the issuance of three-dollar coins in order for a more convenient purchase of postage stamps. Though somewhat circulated on the West Coast, where hard gold and silver were used rather than paper money, it had little commerce on the East Coast because of its disruption from the Civil War. This 1870 $3 piece is an exciting specimen, possessing a visually striking Chrome Yellow patina. It is one of just 3,500 struck and of 800 remaining survivors. An important $3 and a rare gold date, seldom seen in higher grades. This date typically offers low eye appeal, but this specimen truly rectifies what a $3 rare gold should look like. It will undoubtedly catch the eye of a choosy collector, a fantastic Gem, save for a small planchet flaw on the obverse. This date has seen a surge in value. With a AU58 CAC Price Guide now at $8,400, and the last comparable sale of AU58 NGC CAC sold for $7,031 06/24 GC - - - $ 7️⃣,2️⃣5️⃣0️⃣ - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1870-3-au58-pcgs-cac
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    1870 $3 AU58 PCGS CAC
    In 1853, Congress had passed a bill that authorized the issuance of three-dollar coins in order for a more convenient purchase of postage stamps. Though somewhat circulated on the West Coast, where hard gold and silver were used rather than paper money, it had little commerce on the East Coast because of its disruption from the Civil War. This 1870 $3 piece is an exciting specimen, possessing a visually striking Chrome Yellow patina. It is one of just 3,500 struck and of 800 remaining survivors. An important $3 and a rare gold date, seldom seen in higher grades. This date typically offers low eye appeal, but this specimen truly rectifies what a $3 rare gold should look like. It will undoubtedly catch the eye of a choosy collector, a fantastic Gem, save for a small planchet flaw on the obverse. This date has seen a surge in value. With a AU58 CAC Price Guide now at $8,400, and the last comparable sale of AU58 NGC CAC sold for $7,031 06/24 GC PCGS Cert Verification #40798410 • CAC Price Guide - $8,400• CAC POP - 20/6• PCGS Coin# - 7991 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1870 $3 AU58 PCGS CAC

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    🔵 1870 $3 AU58 PCGS CAC 🔵 Read more at https://www.mycollect.com/pages/ParadimeCoins
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  • I've just acquired this 1852 California Gold $10 U.S. Gold Assay Office San Francisco 884 Thous PCGS AU-58.
    I've just acquired this [coin:99965e3c-437b-11ef-9a4b-060e37a4c43f].
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  • I've added these coins to my inventory:

    1998-P Washington Quarter PCGS MS-68
    2019-P America the Beautiful Quarter Frank Church River of No Return NP PCGS MS-68

    I've added these coins to my inventory: • [coin:ca3f53ba-4366-11ef-9a4b-060e37a4c43f] • [coin:ca3fa96c-4366-11ef-9a4b-060e37a4c43f]
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  • 1892 Toner Barber Dime AU58, nice coin to start my circulated Barber dimes set
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  • 1892 Toner Barber Dime AU58, nice coin to start my circulated Barber dimes set
    1892 Toner Barber Dime AU58, nice coin to start my circulated Barber dimes set
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  • Stand Up for Endangered Wildlife: Own a Stunning 2010 Black Rhino Gold Proof!
    This magnificent 2010 South African Gold Proof coin celebrates the Black Rhinoceros, a critically endangered species.

    What makes this coin extraordinary?
    Rare EWT Privy Mark: Only 233 coins were minted with this special mark, supporting the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). Your purchase directly aids conservation efforts.
    Flawless Condition: Graded PF70 Ultra Cameo by Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC), this coin boasts flawless details and a stunning "Ultra Cameo" finish.
    Powerful Imagery: The design features a black rhinoceros alongside a stark reminder of their population decline.
    Solid Gold Investment: Crafted from 1 oz of .9999 fine gold, this coin is not only beautiful but also a valuable investment.

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    Stand Up for Endangered Wildlife: Own a Stunning 2010 Black Rhino Gold Proof! This magnificent 2010 South African Gold Proof coin celebrates the Black Rhinoceros, a critically endangered species. What makes this coin extraordinary? Rare EWT Privy Mark: Only 233 coins were minted with this special mark, supporting the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). Your purchase directly aids conservation efforts. Flawless Condition: Graded PF70 Ultra Cameo by Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC), this coin boasts flawless details and a stunning "Ultra Cameo" finish. Powerful Imagery: The design features a black rhinoceros alongside a stark reminder of their population decline. Solid Gold Investment: Crafted from 1 oz of .9999 fine gold, this coin is not only beautiful but also a valuable investment. #BlackRhino #EndangeredSpecies #Conservation #GoldCoin #NGC #PF70 #SouthAfrica #EWT #LimitedEdition #rarecoinstore #blackrhinocoin #southafricancoins #proofcoin #ngccoin #pf70ucameo #ewtprivymark #savetheblackrhino #rhinocerosconservation #wildlife #endangeredwildlife #conservationcoin #supportconservation https://rarecoin.store/en/buy-precious-metal-coins/natura-2010-black-rhinoceros-ewt-privy-mark-ngc-pf70-ucam/
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  • Hello, and thanks for offering this!

    I'm not a coin collector, but have inherited some old coins. Two of them seem a bit unusual, and I'm wondering if either might be of particular interest or value. One is a 1922 Peace Silver Dollar. My grandfather graduated from MIT in 1922, and this coin is encased in solid plastic as a souvenir for an MIT college reunion in 1967. The coin appears to be very clean and little circulated, though there are scratches to the plastic casing that you can see in photos. No mint mark that I can see, but this is "not my area":)

    The other one is a large commemorative coin from 1947, issued upon the opening of New York International Airport, now known as JFK. The back of the coin includes an image of the original runway layout. I believe my grandfather was one of the senior engineers working on the project.

    Grateful for any thoughts on these!
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  • A pretty example of one of the 32 recorded small notes from The First National Bank of Woodbine, Iowa.

    More info on the bank can be found here:
    https://banknotehistory.spmc.org/wiki/First_National_Bank,_Woodbine,_IA_(Charter_4745)?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR1nkt77HiB9Ge1KaeanOmuLe06hb2o9R4TpYpXR8K-g2j8x36ZJ_AaP0fM_aem_p5zSWMKukjATr-HEnkqH7w

    Cashier, George Washington Coe (1872-1932) and President, Elmer Jay Cole (1865-1966)
    A pretty example of one of the 32 recorded small notes from The First National Bank of Woodbine, Iowa. More info on the bank can be found here: https://banknotehistory.spmc.org/wiki/First_National_Bank,_Woodbine,_IA_(Charter_4745)?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR1nkt77HiB9Ge1KaeanOmuLe06hb2o9R4TpYpXR8K-g2j8x36ZJ_AaP0fM_aem_p5zSWMKukjATr-HEnkqH7w Cashier, George Washington Coe (1872-1932) and President, Elmer Jay Cole (1865-1966)
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  • A Village of Oak Creek couple reported being defrauded out of over $1 million by a trusted family friend, Nicholas Silvestri, who sold them fake gold and silver bars. Silvestri, now arrested, is also linked to other fraudulent investments. If you have any information, please contact YCSO at (928) 771-3260. #FraudAlert #CommunitySafety #YCSO #Arizona #StayInformed #Bullion
    ⚠️ A Village of Oak Creek couple reported being defrauded out of over $1 million by a trusted family friend, Nicholas Silvestri, who sold them fake gold and silver bars. Silvestri, now arrested, is also linked to other fraudulent investments. If you have any information, please contact YCSO at (928) 771-3260. #FraudAlert #CommunitySafety #YCSO #Arizona #StayInformed #Bullion
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    Village of Oak Creek man arrested in $1 million bullion fraud - Sedona Red Rock News
    On June 29, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies from the eastern area patrol took a report from two victims, a husband and wife, living in the Village of Oak Creek who claimed they had been defrauded out of over $1 million. The victims reported that a family friend, 32-year-old Nicholas Silvestri, had assisted them in […]
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  • 1860-A Austria (Emperor Franz Josef) Florin - Top Pop - PCGS MS65

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    1860-A Austria (Emperor Franz Josef) Florin - Top Pop - PCGS MS65 https://www.ebay.com/itm/326181672107
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  • 1970-S Small Date Lincoln Memorial Struck Mint Error Through / Thru - NGC MS66RD

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    1970-S Small Date Lincoln Memorial Struck Mint Error Through / Thru - NGC MS66RD https://www.ebay.com/itm/326181654345
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    These include everything from esoteric ancient coins where few exist on the market to common, high-trading-frequency selections.
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