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Old October 6th 19, 03:52 AM posted to rec.collecting.coins
Big Bob
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Default N.G.C. or no N.G.C.

I realize this group isnt real busy, but maybe a few old guys like me
still check these days. I'm in my later years and have sold most of my
Pap's collection on E-Bay over the last years to pay my health insurance.
He had 75 rolls of Indians which I sold by the roll. Most of his stuff
was circulated as it came from machines like cigarette machines he had in
the 50's and 60's. He did make a purchase of like 200 Morgans in the late
50's which included abnout 100 Uncirculated! I have sold off on E-Bay
most of the more valuable ones like the C.C.,and the rairer Morgans.
Howeyer i have about 50 of the more common date, as you can see from the
pics.
My question is do you think I would make my money back with coins like
these, as conservation is going to cost$25, Grading another $35, pictures
another $5 , shipping a bunch so.....
Should I forget conservation with toned coins like these? Should I just
go economy and endure the wait....
What do you think about coins like these that I'll be lucky to get more
than a $50 on E-Bay.....Big Bob
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Old October 6th 19, 06:33 PM posted to rec.collecting.coins
Wilhelm Ernst
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Default N.G.C. or no N.G.C.

Am Sun, 06 Oct 2019 04:52:20 +0200hat Big Bob
geäußert:

I realize this group isnt real busy, but maybe a few old guys like me
still check these days. I'm in my later years and have sold most of my
Pap's collection on E-Bay over the last years to pay my health insurance.
He had 75 rolls of Indians which I sold by the roll. Most of his stuff
was circulated as it came from machines like cigarette machines he had in
the 50's and 60's. He did make a purchase of like 200 Morgans in the late
50's which included abnout 100 Uncirculated! I have sold off on E-Bay
most of the more valuable ones like the C.C.,and the rairer Morgans.
Howeyer i have about 50 of the more common date, as you can see from the
pics.
My question is do you think I would make my money back with coins like
these, as conservation is going to cost$25, Grading another $35, pictures
another $5 , shipping a bunch so.....
Should I forget conservation with toned coins like these? Should I just
go economy and endure the wait....
What do you think about coins like these that I'll be lucky to get more
than a $50 on E-Bay.....Big Bob


Where are the pics?
Willi
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Old October 6th 19, 09:17 PM posted to rec.collecting.coins
Pertinax
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Default N.G.C. or no N.G.C.

On Sunday, 6 October 2019 03:52:24 UTC+1, Big Bob wrote:
I realize this group isnt real busy, but maybe a few old guys like me
still check these days. I'm in my later years and have sold most of my
Pap's collection on E-Bay over the last years to pay my health insurance.
He had 75 rolls of Indians which I sold by the roll. Most of his stuff
was circulated as it came from machines like cigarette machines he had in
the 50's and 60's. He did make a purchase of like 200 Morgans in the late
50's which included abnout 100 Uncirculated! I have sold off on E-Bay
most of the more valuable ones like the C.C.,and the rairer Morgans.
Howeyer i have about 50 of the more common date, as you can see from the
pics.
My question is do you think I would make my money back with coins like
these, as conservation is going to cost$25, Grading another $35, pictures
another $5 , shipping a bunch so.....
Should I forget conservation with toned coins like these? Should I just
go economy and endure the wait....
What do you think about coins like these that I'll be lucky to get more
than a $50 on E-Bay.....Big Bob


Pictures are essential when selling but you can take good enough ones with your cell-phone or scanner.
Forget grading, it's worthless on coins worth under 1,000 dollars and tenuous over that. I never believe grading, I go by pictures. Forget conservation completely.
 




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