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I am curious.... Who has been awarded the biggest "You Suck" around here? The Ultimate...

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this ought to be interesting? who knows the answer? ought to be a jaw dropper i would think?

/ed




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  • mach19mach19 Posts: 4,070
    Not me my friend.
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  • CladiatorCladiator Posts: 17,053 ✭✭✭
    I vote for Baley's discovery half dollar.
  • partagaspartagas Posts: 2,068 ✭✭✭
    Wow that is a tuffy,

    Mad Marty's 1893'S morgan for $7 or $8 bucks. It later slabbed at pcgs around VF.

    Braddick's discovery of the Cheerios Sac pattern status.

    Lots of good ones over the years.
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  • In terms of net worth from initial investment, I would say the 2007 Sumorada George Washington Smoothie Hoard™ ranks near the top of the list:

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  • DJCoinzDJCoinz Posts: 3,909


    << <i>In terms of new worth from initial investment, I would say the Sumorada George Washington Smoothie Hoard™ ranks near the top of the list:

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    Holy Crap!!
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  • GTOsterGTOster Posts: 861 ✭✭✭
    Here's mine I Suck
    But I think Marty has me beat
    Paul
  • jonathanbjonathanb Posts: 2,964 ✭✭✭✭
    See also this thread.
  • eCoinquesteCoinquest Posts: 1,483 ✭✭✭
    What is the "You suck' award??image
  • JJMJJM Posts: 7,650 ✭✭✭✭


    << <i>What is the "You suck' award??image >>



    finding or buying something for next to nothing thats worth quite a bit more
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  • DennisHDennisH Posts: 13,674 ✭✭✭✭
    ... not to mention that it makes us all jealous!!
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  • cladkingcladking Posts: 27,203 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>In terms of net worth from initial investment, I would say the 2007 Sumorada George Washington Smoothie Hoard™ ranks near the top of the list:

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    This is the one that came to my mind.

    I've got some much larger percentage gains but for total value in a single transactions (or series), this has gotta be it.
    Tempus fugit.
  • foodudefoodude Posts: 3,544 ✭✭✭
    Mad Marty's 1893'S morgan for $7 or $8 bucks. It later slabbed at pcgs around VF

    Marty's $7 Franklin either beat that one, or is a close second.
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  • << <i>Mad Marty's 1893'S morgan for $7 or $8 bucks. It later slabbed at pcgs around VF

    Marty's $7 Franklin either beat that one, or is a close second. >>




    so what was that $7 Franklin "Made" into anyways? and it's value?

    /ed
  • tightbudgettightbudget Posts: 7,311 ✭✭✭
    Those smoothies. Otherwise, I'd nominate myself for finding almost 200 1999 Wide AM cents from bank rolls and selling each for $100.


  • << <i>Those smoothies. Otherwise, I'd nominate myself for finding almost 200 1999 Wide AM cents from bank rolls and selling each for $100. >>




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    holy cow! yeah... guess that's a "YOU SUCK" for sure!

    /ed



  • FLBuffaloHunter,cladking,

    thanks for the vote, even though we were actively searching for these , finding 11,000 + was incredible luck......doing the right thing at the right time and being in the right place...........it was the score of a life time....as i stated in a previous post we kept a few of the 65's,66 and 2 67's for a rainy day, just to see what happens, to date (and we stopped selling these about 7 weeks ago) we have realized just under 800,000 dollars......99% were sold wholesale. thanks again, Eric


  • << <i> to date (and we stopped selling these about 7 weeks ago) we have realized just under 800,000 dollars......99% were sold wholesale. thanks again, Eric >>







    OK THAT'S IT CONTEST OVER... THREAD CLOSED... MOVE ALONG!




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