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Hi all,

I usually post of the sports card forums, But my son finally gave me his christmas list and no nothing about coins. I have a few $$ left in paypal and willing to pay. can you help me out with any of this????

Thanks for all your help

Flying Eagle Cent
1857, 1858 (Large Letters) 1858 (Small Letters)
Indian Head Penny
1859, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1864, 1864-L, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1882, 1884, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1894, 1908-S, 1909-S
Lincoln Memorial Penny
1909 VDB, 1909-S VDB, 1909, 1909-S, 1910-S, 1911-D, 1911-S, 1912-S, 1913-D, 1913-S, 1914-D, 1914-S, 1915, 1915-S, 1920-D, 1921, 1922-D, 1923-S, 1924-D, 1926-S, 1927-D, 1927-S, 1931-D, 1931-S, 1932-D, 1933
Liberty Head Nickel
1883 (With Cents), 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1911, 1912-S
Buffalo Nickel
Jefferson Nickel
1938, 1938-D, 1938-S, 1939-D, 1939-S, 1940-D, 1940-S, 1941-D, 1942-D, 1942-P, 1942-S, 1943-P, 1943-D, 1943-S, 1944-D, 1944-S, 1945-D, 1945-S, 1946-D, 1946-S, 1947-S, 1948-S, 1950, 1950-D, 1951-D, 1951-S, 1952-D, 1952-S, 1953, 1953-S, 1954-S, 1956-D, 1957, 1959, 1965, 1971, 1973, 1978-D, 1997-P, 2003-D, 2007-P, 2007-D
Mercury Dimes
1916, 1916-D, 1916-S, 1917, 1917-D, 1917-S, 1918, 1918-D, 1918-S, 1919, 1919-D, 1919-S, 1920, 1920-D, 1920-S, 1921, 1921-D, 1921-S, 1923, 1923-S, 1924, 1924-D, 1924-S, 1925, 1925-D, 1925-S, 1926-D, 1926-S, 1927-D, 1927-S, 1928, 1928-D, 1928-S, 1929, 1929-D, 1929-S, 1930, 1930-S, 1931, 1931-D, 1931-S, 1934, 1934-D, 1935-D, 1936-D, 1936-S, 1937-D, 1937-S, 1938, 1938-D, 1938-S, 1939-S, 1940-D, 1941-S, 1943-S, 1944-D, 1945-S

Roosevelt Dimes
1947-D, 1948-D, 1948-S, 1949-D, 1949-S, 1950, 1950-D, 1950-S, 1951-D, 1951-S, 1952-D, 1952-S, 1953, 1953-D, 1953-S, 1954-D, 1955-D, 1955-S, 1956-D, 1957-D, 1958, 1959-D, 1961, 1962
Standing Liberty Quarters
1916, 1917 1917-D 1917-S (Variation I), 1917 1917-D 1917-S (Variation II), 1918 (Variation I), 1918-D, 1918-S, 1919, 1919-D, 1919-S, 1920, 1920-D, 1920-S, 1921, 1923, 1923-S, 1924, 1924-D, 1924-S, 1926-D, 1926-S, 1927-D, 1927-S, 1928, 1928-D, 1928-S, 1929-D, 1930-S
Washington Quarter
1932-D, 1932-S, 1934, 1934-D, 1935, 1935-D, 1935-S, 1936-S, 1937, 1937-D, 1937-S, 1938, 1938-S, 1939, 1939-D, 1939-S, 1940, 1940-D, 1940-S, 1941-D, 1941-S, 1942-D, 1942-S, 1943, 1943-S, 1944-D, 1944-S, 1945, 1945-D, 1945-S, 1946, 1946-D, 1946-S, 1947, 1947-S, 1948, 1948-S, 1949, 1949-D, 1950, 1950-D, 1950-S, 1951, 1951-S, 1952, 1952-S, 1953, 1953-S, 1954, 1954-S, 1955, 1955-D, 1956, 1956-D, 1957, 1957-D, 1958, 1958-D, 1959, 1959-D, 1961-D, 1962, 1963, 1969-D, 1970, 1983-P,
Commemorative Quarter
2007- Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah
Liberty Walking Half Dollar
ALL- Except 1940, 1943-S, 1944, 1945
Franklin Half Dollar
1948, 1948-D, 1949, 1949-D, 1950, 1950-D, 1951, 1952, 1952-S, 1953, 1953-D, 1953-S, 1954, 1954-D, 1954-S, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1957-D, 1958, 1958-D, 1959-D, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1962-D, 1963-D
Kennedy Half Dollar
1965, 1969-D, 1970-D, 1973-D, 1974-D, 1776-1976-D, 1978-D, 1979-D, 1980-P, 1981-D, 1982-P, 1982-D, 1983-P, 1983-D, 1984-D, 1986-P, 1987-P, 1987-D, 1988-P, 1988-D, 1989-D, 1990-D through 1992-D, 1993-D, 1994-D, 1996-P, 1996-D, 1998-P, 1998-D, 199-P, 1999-D


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  • mattnissmattniss Posts: 458 ✭✭✭
    PM Sent
  • BochimanBochiman Posts: 25,253 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Does he like toned or untoned?
    Circulated or uncirculated for the sets? I am assuming these are for a book/set?
    Are these for raw or slabbed?

    You may think you know nothing about the coins image , but if you ask him the above it will help some of us to know if we can be of some help.

    I've been told I tolerate fools poorly...that may explain things if I have a problem with you. Current ebay items - Nothing at the moment

  • samsgirl214 >Julie ,I have a few on your list but the same question as Bochiman,

    << <i>Does he like toned or untoned? >>

    << <i>Circulated or uncirculated for the sets? I am assuming these are for a book/set? >>

    Lmk ,MoJo
    Ebay Seller I.D
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  • toned/untoned have no clue...all I know is he has books he puts them in. This is something that he has just started so I'm still learning
  • bstat1020bstat1020 Posts: 2,145 ✭✭
    You can probably go to the bank and buy several rolls of Kennedy half dollars and find some of those dates he is asking for.

  • FairlanemanFairlaneman Posts: 10,393 ✭✭✭✭✭
    PM sent.
  • What?! No Ike's??? lol image

    Just a thought... if he fills up all his books at Christmas..... what's he gonna do for the rest of the year??

    Also, local coin shops & shows sometimes have fully & partially "completed books" for sale.......... image
  • took him to a show in april, found a few things. Not many shows around here. I don't think he will get every coin on the list. momma will go broke.
  • DBSTrader2DBSTrader2 Posts: 3,416 ✭✭✭✭
    PM sent
  • lordmarcovanlordmarcovan Posts: 43,109 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Hi, Julie. Rob Shinnick, aka "LordM", here.

    In addition to shooting you a PM, I will put my list here in public for everyone to examine. Since you're a Sportscard Forum member and you may not know me, and you say you know nothing of coins, I thought I'd post out in the open, for fairness' sake. I believe the other coin dealers here might call some of my prices below a tad stiff, but maybe not. In some cases they may be, as they are based upon the new 2008 Redbook, which shows some strong increases across the board. However, there might be some potential bargains here, too. I don't use Greysheet pricing like other dealers, so I can't tell you how it stacks up in that regard. In terms of reputation, I've been on the forums for over six years, and most folks know me. I like to think my grading is pretty conservative; I think most of my customers would agree.

    Anyway, should you be interested in any of my coins, I will extend free shipping, and since I am a world coin dealer, your son will also receive freebie bonus foreign coins. These will be older, fully-attributed pieces, some from the 1800s, and the more or better stuff you buy from the list below, the more old foreign freebies I will stack on the pile. Just in case my pricing is out of line anywhere, I'll see to it that the bonuses make up for any potential discrepancy. I don't discount my US coins, usually, but I can make up for that with the free foreign material. The coins are priced as I would sell them in my antique mall booth.

    I have a fairly liberal return privilege. I very seldom have had returns, so I do not have a set time period for them, but let's just say with proper communication, I will do everything in my power to ensure full satisfaction.

    While I have many more coins at the antique mall, this is just what I have here beside me in my briefcase at the moment, which is on your son's list. It's entirely possible somebody else might see something they want on this list, but you get first pick.

    Indian cents
    1873 AG3 $10.00
    1875 G4 to G6 $19.00
    1879 VG8 (light pitting) $8.00
    1882 AG3+ (borderline G4) $3.50
    1884 G6 (minor encrustation in spots) $4.00
    1886 (Type 2) G6 $9.50
    1889 VG8 $3.50

    Mercury Dimes
    1923 VG8 (dug in SE Georgia by metal detectorist Capt. Larry Davis, not bad at all for a dug coin, as silver stays nice in our soil) $2.75

    Standing Liberty Quarters
    1917 (Type 1) F12 $50.00
    1918-S F15 (borderline VF20) $42.00

    Walking Liberty Half Dollars
    1917 G4 (faint old scratches in the obverse field at 3:00- not too distracting) $6.50
    1917 VG8 (traces of yellow adhesive from old tape or glue- should come off with Goo-Gone or acetone) $9.00
    1917-D (mintmark on obverse) AG3+ (borderline G4) $19.00
    1917-D (mintmark on obverse) G4 (cleaned) $19.00
    1918 VG8 $10.00
    1918-D G4 $9.50
    1919 AG3 $16.00
    1919-D AG3+ (borderline G4) $16.00
    1920 VG10 $12.00
    1941 EF40 $6.00
    1947 F12 $6.00 ea. (two coins, one is light grey and one is medium grey- I think the medium grey looks better but both are nice for the grade)

    Franklin Half Dollar
    1948 AU50 (nearly full bell lines, decent luster, light gold toning, nice) $9.50
    1948 MS62, maybe MS63 (probably 95% full bell lines, white with luster, nice) $17.50
    1949 EF40 $8.00
    1950-D EF40 (well-disguised hit on bell) $8.50
    1953 XF40 (white and lustrous, looks AU) $9.50
    1953-D AU58 (lustrous, looks Mint State and is very close- nice) $11.50
    1953-S F12 $6.75
    1954 AU58 (white, and brilliant, looks Mint State) $8.50
    1954 MS63 (white, bright, and brilliant) $14.00
    1954-S VF20 $6.75
    1955 "Bugs Bunny" variety (doubling makes Franklin appear to have buck teeth) MS62 (bright white, lustrous) $32.50
    1955 "Bugs Bunny" variety MS63 (full bell lines, or nearly so, bright white, lustrous) $38.00
    1955 "Bugs Bunny" variety MS63+ (maybe MS64, near full bell lines, gunmetal toning with hints of pink and green- lovely) $42.00
    1956 VF20 $7.00
    1962 Brilliant Proof PR65 (wild multicolored rainbow "target" toning which is attractive but unusual, may or may not be artificially toned) $25.00

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  • lordmarcovanlordmarcovan Posts: 43,109 ✭✭✭✭✭
    BTW, you might have more success posting on the Buy/Sell/Trade Coins Forum (BST) next time.

    I hope you haven't spent all your money, since I'm a latecomer to the feeding frenzy. image

    Come to think of it, speaking of feeding frenzies, you might actually get more responses than you could handle or afford on BST...

    Normally I don't come here often, but I just did a giveaway so I came back.

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  • DBSTrader2DBSTrader2 Posts: 3,416 ✭✭✭✭

    samsgirl214: did you get my IM? I have a few from your list, if interested... How's the shopping going?

    - - Daveimage
  • Hi guys, just returned home from a weekend away doing a card show. Thanks for all the replies and pm's..i will try to get all answered

    As far as the list goes, once I'm done will all the pm's Most of the list will be covered..Thanks for all your help and happy holidays
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