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Unloading off-beat silver ingots by george pearl
Hiya, I own some silver one-ounce rounds that were issued by silver companies back in the 1970's. I don't even know if they are still in business. They are clearly marked .999 fine and look presentable. Am I going to have an easy time getting rid of them?
June 11th 10 02:42 AM
by celtex Go to last post
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Coin dealer Noe loses final state appeal by Frank Galikanokus
Coin dealer Noe loses final state appeal Political figure was prominent in '06 GOP scandal Wednesday, June 9, 2010 09:40 AM Updated: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 11:29 AM By Mark Niquette THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH The Ohio Supreme Court decided today not to accept an appeal by convicted coin dealer Thomas...
June 10th 10 03:21 PM
by Frank Galikanokus Go to last post
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A bit ot - counterfeit bills by Bob-tx
From a Clark Howard newsletter May 27, 2010 -- Don't accept or carry anything larger than a $20 bill RIP-OFF ALERT: Clark has a rule: He never carries anything larger than a $20 bill. Why? Because bills larger than that have a much higher chance of being counterfeit. The Los Angeles Times...
June 9th 10 01:59 AM
by Peter[_6_] Go to last post
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help with ID please by celtex
Ancient coin? Found at and old church. It has been holed so I guess it was a souvenir or good luck piece. http://www.findmall.com/read.php?40,1231630 Thanks! Jim -- -- If we are what we eat, I'm cheap, fast, and easy.
June 8th 10 07:54 PM
by oly Go to last post
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Dollar Coins in Normal Commerce by GFH
Are dollar coins being used in normal commerce? I have not seen even one. My bank does not have any. The local post office has never seen one. I live near Charlottesville, VA. Does anyone know of a location where these coins are in common use? GFH
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June 8th 10 08:17 AM
by Jass[_2_] Go to last post
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test message by Thomas N Mathberg
Apolgies to the group. Please ignore.
June 8th 10 03:55 AM
by Jerry Dennis Go to last post
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Goodbye Spaghetti Hair? WARNING: An OLY semi-rant. by oly
I was given my first "Hot Springs" Quarter yesterday at an Elongated Coin Meet on 5 June in Rockville, Indiana. The piece was a 2010-D and the collector who gave it to me obtained it at the distribution/ inaugural ceremony for the new coin which I seem to think was held in Little Rock some weeks...
June 7th 10 02:49 AM
by oly Go to last post
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2010 Lincoln Cents by Chuck Miller
On a recent trip to Rogers Ark. I found 2010 P Cents at one of the banks there. I bought $10.00 worth and they gave me one of the older boxes they store them in. Bringing them home on the Plane was more fun--my wife's carry on was lighter than mine so I stashed them way at the bottom and the...
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June 3rd 10 07:54 PM
by Mr. Jaggers Go to last post
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Some RCC Tokens for Sale by Jud
Richard, received the 5 ember token and the 'bonus' as well. Many thanks! Jud
June 2nd 10 08:03 PM
by Jud Go to last post
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US Mint & "America the Beautiful" ? by Mr. Jaggers
MKW wrote: How can US Mint claim that when so many other things use that phrase? Postal Commemorative Society copyrighted that name for a set of colorful postal covers issued throughout the 90's?? The phrase "America the Beautiful" appeals to people who like to reduce the concept of...
June 2nd 10 02:35 PM
by Mr. Jaggers Go to last post
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US Mint & "America the Beautiful" ? by shreadvector
On May 31, 9:22*am, MKW wrote: How can US Mint claim that when so many other things use that phrase? * Postal Commemorative Society copyrighted that name for a set of colorful postal covers issued throughout the 90's?? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright
June 2nd 10 04:31 AM
by Michael Benveniste[_2_] Go to last post
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PCGS files lawsuite against coin doctors ... by Ken Barr
PCGS filed a federal lawsuite against five alleged "coin doctors" claiming that they "engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity" (among other things) by submitting doctored coins to PCGS over the past several years. (They also admit that they slabbed many of these coins, then had to buy...
May 31st 10 02:43 AM
by Mr. Jaggers Go to last post
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bullion "coins" by [email protected] no.spam.sbcglobal.net
Does anybody know any details of the mint's bullion program ? Other than those sold directly to the public. What are the prices based on ? Spot, quantity of metal bought at a certain price, and when/why adjusted ? And what is the markup to the authorized dealers ? And who are they, and do they sell...
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Dollar coin mix by George[_2_]
I got 2 $25.00 rolls of dollar coins today at the bank. Roll one had 15 Sacs and 10 SBA's assorted dates on the SBAs I did not keep them separate so I don't know the dates. Roll 2 had 3 sacs, 1 Washington, 1 Adams, 5 Madison, 1 Monroe, 2 Van Buren, 3 Taylor, 2 Fillmore, 2 Indian back Sacs, and...
May 28th 10 01:58 PM
by shreadvector Go to last post
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Frosting? by Bruce Remick
I just received my 2010 America the Beautiful quarter proof set from the Mint. IMO, they have gone *way* overboard in producing the frosted appearance to the point that little detail is left on the raised features after the apparent "sandblasting". The business strike quarters will surely...
May 27th 10 04:22 AM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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RCC Tokens by nohope587
Its been 2354 days since my last post here. I do not see many of the old names, but I guess things change. Anyway I found a bunch of RCC tokens in my desk draw the other day. From 2002 through 2004 I can find very little info on the net about their popularity. Are these still collected by RCC...
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May 26th 10 04:56 AM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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Gold Skyrocketing by Scurvy Dog[_3_]
Gold hits 6 month high, closing in on $1200/oz Silver closing in on $19/oz. Time to sell?
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May 26th 10 04:49 AM
by sgt23 Go to last post
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Question by Paawpaaw
What does the right half of the Arizona Quarter suppose to be representing in the Grand Canyon? Thanks. __________ Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus, version of virus signature database 5136 (20100521) __________ The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus.
May 25th 10 06:54 PM
by George[_2_] Go to last post
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Chinese Counterfeit Factory images by Frank Galikanokus
http://www.flickr.com/photos/coinbooks/4621718468/ JAM
May 24th 10 05:02 PM
by Frank Galikanokus Go to last post
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Will all ebay sales be taxes in future? by Florence
http://money.cnn.com/2010/05/21/smallbusiness/1099_deluge/index.htm?source=cnn_bin&hpt=Sbin Even if you are not a "business" will the coin collector be caught in this and why would be collect and sell if this is what you get. Just wondering ... Tea Party Coin Collector liberterian ~ not...
May 24th 10 01:28 PM
by EricBabula[_2_] Go to last post
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