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  • RickMilauskasRickMilauskas Posts: 2,040
    1945 s PCGS MS64 Walker Nice lustre. $68 shipped.


    1951-D Washington Quarter PCGS MS66 $55 Shipped

  • WingsruleWingsrule Posts: 2,592 ✭✭
    $32.50 each

    PCGS 2000-S clad PR69DCAM state quarter multiholder (blue label)
    NGC 2003-S clad PF69 Ultra Cameo state quarter multiholder


    NGC 2004-P Uncirculated state quarter set (NGC Collectors Society)

    Paypal only. I'll cover shipping
  • Steve27Steve27 Posts: 13,671
    Coins in Mint Mylar:

    Group 1) 17 MS Cents $10 plus shipping:

    Group 2) 16 MS Nickels $10 plus shipping:
    1965 (SMS)

    Group 3) 24 MS Dimes $12 plus shipping:
    1965 (SMS)


    "It's far easier to fight for principles, than to live up to them." Adlai Stevenson

  • tychojoetychojoe Posts: 1,235
    $28 each: 1) 2008W Silver; 2) Ben Franklin, Scientist; 3) Steel Cent in PCGS MS-66

    If you're looking for a bargain on top of these bargains, then you can take 10% off an order of $100 or more!

    1) Can't get any 2009-W Silver Eagles at the Mint? Then how about a 2008-W! Five are available here @ $28 delivered each. With mint box and certificate.

    Representative obverse and reverse

    2) Get a modern commem here! 2006-P Ben Franklin, Scientist. Uncirculated. With mint box and certificate. $28 delivered.


    The camera exaggerates two toning blemishes on the obverse, one next to the string by the uplifted arm, the other in the 3 o'clock field. They are quite elusive when the coin is in hand, however.

    3) sold Put this in your type set! 1943-P Steel Cent PCGS MS-66. Lustrous, much more than the fotos show. $28 delivered


    In the obverse right field, there's a small speck not on the coin and as best I can tell is within the plastic of the slab. It's hardly seen without the camera's eye.

    Paypal and USPS money order are preferred payments.
    Seven-day return privilege to ensure your satisfaction with the coin received. Inquiries welcome! --John
  • greghansengreghansen Posts: 4,340
    Lincoln Birthplace 2 Roll Set still in sealed Mint Box LP1. $100 shipped.

    $30 delivered. 2002 West Point Uncirculated Commemorative Dollar. Paypal or check is O.K. In original mint issued box with all original paperwork.


    Greg Hansen, Melbourne, FL Click here for any current EBAY auctions Multiple "Circle of Trust" transactions over 14 years on forum

  • DropdaflagDropdaflag Posts: 589
    Paypal accepted no extra fee! Prices include shipping and handling. I will sell in a single lot $85.

    More items coming soon.

    PCGS MS63BN 1906 Indian Cent $old


    ANACS MS 66 RED 1953-S Lincoln Cent in old small holder $old


    PCGS MS65RD 1955-D Lincoln Cent $old

  • RampageRampage Posts: 9,252 ✭✭✭
    Add $2.00 shipping no matter how large/small the order is. Paypal, checks and money orders are all okay. Thanks, Richard.

    Mint Sets:
    1) 1979 Mint Sets-A Mint box of five sets. Box was opened to verify contents. All sets are as fresh as can be. Each box priced at $30.00 (I have two).
    2) 1981 Mint Sets- A Mint box of five sets. Box was opened to verify contents. All sets are as fresh as can be. Box priced at $85.00.
    3) 1980 SBA Souvenir Sets-A Mint box of five sets. Box opened to verify contents. All sets are fresh. I have two boxes priced at $22.00 each.
    4) 1980 SBA Souvenir Sets-Each set nice and original with no problems. Each set priced at $4.50.

    Brown Pack Peg Leg IKES:
    1) 1971-S Proof Brown Box IKES. I have nine of these and all are the peg leg variety. Each priced at $20.00.

    1) 1946-P Doubled Die Reverse Walking Liberty Half Dollar in VF. Nice and original-no problems. $45.00.

    Morgan Dollars
    1) 1899-O Morgan Dollar. I grade it MS63. Very solid for the grade; nice white original coin. $42.00.
  • HyperionHyperion Posts: 8,099
    Starless combo, 40 delivered paypal for the pair. Thanks!


    feu comp cent, 50 delivered (find a nicer detail example out there for that image)


    sorry for the white balance, nice natural color on this half. 30


  • lordmarcovanlordmarcovan Posts: 41,441 ✭✭✭

    I have very limited shelf space and therefore some of the clutter had to be removed recently. I've put them into one of those $13.95 Flat Rate Priority boxes, so that makes up fourteen bucks of my price right there. How much are the books worth? I have no idea. Not much, maybe. I fully realize that some if not most of them are low-value garage sale material, but who knows, you might find something of interest in one or two of them. There are also some coin folders, with coins in them- again, nothing spectacular, but they do add up. See below.



    Fell's United States Coin Book, by Jacques Del Monte, Third Revised Edition, 1955, 127 pages, hardcover with original dustjacket (book OK, dustjacket a little dogeared). Some funny stuff in there- an amusing read. Very quaint and dated.

    Jim Osborn's Silver Dollar Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition, 1979, 384 pages, paperback, pretty decent condition.

    Numismatic Notes & Monographs, No. 57, Greek And Roman Plated Coins, by William Campbell, American Numismatic Society, 1933. Paperback, 200-ish pages (page numbering is kind of odd and peters out after a while). A VERY esoteric study of ancient counterfeits, apparently, with microscopic and/or metallurgical samples taken from such coins. Somebody plainly had WAY too much time on his hands and too much scientific training, is my take on it. But maybe collectible in its own right.

    The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars: A Complete History and Price Guide, by Q. David Bowers. 2nd Edition, 2005. Like new condition except some faint dusty scuffs on the corner of a few pages near the back. 288 pages, paperback.

    The Official Blue Book: Handbook Of United States Coins, by R.S. Yeoman. edited by Kenneth Bressett, 58th Edition, 2001. Basically worthless today but you can use it for toilet paper on your next camping trip or maybe you collect dusty paperback Blue Books or you just had a hankering to see what lowball dealer prices from pre-9/11 looked like. 208 pages, paperback.

    The Numismatist, December 1944. Smaller format than the current magazine. I kind of like it, actually. Paperback, who knows how many pages. Over 100, but the page numbers start in the 1100's and end in the 1200's, so I guess they started at number 1 in January and continued the numbering throughout the year back then.

    United States Commemorative Coinage, by Arlie R. Slabaugh, Whitman Publishing, 2nd Edition, 1975. Hardcover, 160 pages, pretty nice condition.

    So Much To Be Thankful For: The Conway National Bank & The Economic History of Horry County, by Roy Talbert, Jr. Copyright 2003, signed by the author and one or two other people. 306 pages, hardcover, some old photographs and pictures of an AG Barber quarter, and Indian cent, and an old $5 National note on the front of the dust jacket. Seems to be more a local history of a SC bank than anything numismatic, but there are bound to be some numismatic items mentioned. I don't know how obscure the bank or the county is. I'd never heard of either. Might not be as dry and dull as it sounds.

    An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins, by Zander H. Klawans, Whitman Publishing, 1964. Hardcover, 206 pages.

    A Mercenary's Guide To The Rare Coin Market, by David Hall. Hardcover, 1987, 417 pages. Dustjacket has a cheesy 1980s "Miami Vice" look to it: David Hall and some other guy and some woman, all in business attire, brandishing guns and coins. HRH probably cringes at that photo now. For all I know, some of the advice given in the book back in '87 might have been sound, though. It could be interesting to see. Just not interesting enough to me. I did give it a quick browse-through. The book is in pretty good condition.


    Whitman Folder # 9062: Canadian Small Cents, 1920 to Date, copyright 1950, obviously printed in the early 1960s because the printed dates under the ports end with 1961. There are a number of blank ports afterwards, however, and somebody continued putting coins in for a few years after that. Contains 36 average circulated coins: 1920, 1932 (another 1932 as George V obverse representative), plus everything from 1937-1966 (with additional 1941 and 1953 coins to represent the George VI and Elizabeth II obverses).

    Whitman Folder # 9062: Canadian Small Cents, 1920 to Date, copyright 1950, like the previous folder, obviously printed in the early 1960s with the printing of dates under the ports ending with 1961. Again, there are a number of blank ports afterwards, and somebody continued putting coins in for a few years after that. Contains 36 average circulated coins: 1920, 1932 , plus everything from 1937-1969 except 1938 (with additional 1940 and 1958 coins to represent the George VI and Elizabeth II obverses, no George V obverse representative). Some of the later dates have traces of red and the 1954 is BU.

    Whitman Folder # 9009: Jefferson Nickels, Number One, Collection 1938-1961. A much newer folder in the current style, copyright 1996 and like new. Contains 45 average circulated coins. Lacks the 1938 PDS, 1939-DS, 1942 prewar, all War nickels, the 1950-D, 1954-S, and 1955. Everything else is there. The 1961 appears to be BU and the coins are pretty decent circulated examples.

    Littleton Folder # LCF3: Fifty State Commemorative Quarters, 1999-2008. A handsome green Littleton folder, like new (it was new, earlier this year). A complete AU-BU set; contains 52 coins. This is a complete type set of Statehood quarters- not a PD or PDS set, but one coin per state. Mintmarks will likely be mixed P and D but mostly P because I live on the East coast. This set was an experimental project for me to see how long it would take me to finish from circulation. The answer? Six months, from January to late June of this year, exclusively from the till at work. Two additional coins (1995 and 2008-P AK) are obverse representatives, showing the old obverse and the Statehood obverse.


    Five average circulated war nickels for the Jefferson folder above: 1942-S, 1944-D, 1945-P (x2, one decent, one dark), 1945-S.

    BU 1955 Jefferson nickel with hint of nice champagne toning. To fill the empty 1955 slot in the Jefferson folder above.

    One ancient Chinese cash coin from the Han dynasty, 206 BC-220 AD. In printed flip. There is one pictured about halfway down this page. This example does not have as nice a flan as the one in the picture, but is free of the verdigris that one has.

    Some recent issues of The Numismatist.

    The box is pretty full, now, and sealed up. So if I find anymore junk around here it'll have to go into the next box blowout, haha.
  • metalmeistermetalmeister Posts: 3,032 ✭✭
    LD 1960 P Red 95% Copper Gem Cent Rolls. Why pay $6.95 for 2009 Zincolns?
    $5 per roll, 10 Roll Min add $5 for shipping
    Paypal +3%
    CA sales add CA tax



    opened one roll to photo

    email: ccacollectibles@yahoo.com

    100% Positive BST transactions
  • soty27soty27 Posts: 1,987
    Accept Check, Money Order, or Paypal. If paying with paypal please add 2.9% + $0.30

    1885-O NGC MS64 $90.00

  • at BST:
    several favorite, previously NFSs

    PRICES incl SHIPPING; I cover Insurance for 2 or more Coins, or $50 or more in purchases

    took a flyer on some raw proofs, some rather appealing, like this one:
    more nicely detailed than most other Phils, including some '61s!

    (I find no issues in the '61 mirror areas; there are a few light scratches on Ben's face, severely amplified by photography/ lighting
    which brings out the best and the worst- and probably the reason this proof is not SUPER-GEM)

    Slight Rim Tone developing; Strong Devices; Bell Lines indistinct, however


    1963 FRANKLIN HALF PROOF- Beautifully TONED: $48
    **** Nicely RimToned ****


    1879-O{Rev}: 1st coin of my "secret set"
    image my eBay
  • LindeDadLindeDad Posts: 17,968 ✭✭✭
    Nothing right now.
    LindeDads Things My eBay store.
  • Moved to new thread.

    From The Desk Of T$
    Leader of The Kokapowa
  • coinJPcoinJP Posts: 8,737 ✭✭✭
    Paypal, money order, or check.

    Pidcock's Conder Token- $65 delivered

    1897 Bryan Money- Mechanical Dollar-$ 90 Delivered
  • nankrautnankraut Posts: 4,221 ✭✭✭
    2008-S PCGS PR69DCAM Silver JFK Halves. $15 delivered. I have a total of 9 pieces left. Representative Photo attached. I accept almost any form of payment.

    edited 8/2/09 to update the number available for purchase.
    Older than dirt, but younger than God. I'm so old, I have patina. Proud recipient of a genuine "you suck" award dated 1/24/05. Accepted into the "Circle of Trust" on 3/9/09
  • robkoolrobkool Posts: 5,203 ✭✭
    Some kool stuff FSH... Some new items just added !!! UPDATED (08/24/09)...

    Checks/moneyorders accepted. Insurance is included on items over $50. (Add 4% for paypal)...

    1925 Peace $ (Blanchard MS63)... Blast white with average strike & mint luster. $28 delivered
    1839 Large Cent. "Head of 1838" (PCI XF40 details env. damage)... Red label holder. $45 delivered

    2005 s silver proof state quarters set... (no box, or COA). $15 delivered
    2008 s clad proof state quarters set... $35 delivered
    1992 s silver proof set in white capital plastic holder... $15 delivered
    1958 proof set in white capital plastic holder... $45 delivered

    1973 s silver proof Ike $... Coin has some haze, but is still a deep cameo. $17 delivered
    Lot of $5.95 in 80% Canadian silver (21 quarters, 7 dimes)... $60 delivered

    Thanks for looking... image

  • TorinoCobra71TorinoCobra71 Posts: 8,117




    Please PM if interested.

  • CarlWohlforthCarlWohlforth Posts: 11,465
    1967 SMS Jefferson Nickel - PCGS SMS 66 Cameo - $35

    1934 Walking Liberty Half PCGS AU 58 - $65

    - free shipping if paying by check or MO - Sorry CA residents sales tax will be added to price.

  • SpaceMonkeySpaceMonkey Posts: 3,354

    1909 V.D.B. Lincoln Cents - Lot of 5
    Nice Lot of VDB's. 3 are in VF and 2 are in XF condition. Priced Below CDN Bid.

    $35 SHIPPED (was $55) - ON HOLD


    Lincoln Cents Proofs - Lot of 7
    Coins include 1961, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974

    $5 SHIPPED (was $7) - ON HOLD


    1913 Buffalo Nickel TYPE 1 - Lot of 2 (1 BU and 1 GOOD)
    Set of 2 in Good and BU! Priced Below CDN Bid.



    1964 1982 Jefferson Nickel Proofs - Lot of 2
    Proof Toners! The 1964 as some cool hazy / purple thing going on. The 1982 has a subtle purple over tone.

    $5 SHIPPED (was $7)


    Mercury Dimes XF / AU - Lot of 22
    Nice grouping that includes some nice colors! Coins are in XF - AU condition with an overall nice quality.
    All are in the in 40's except 4 which are in the 30's



    Mercury Dimes BU - Lot of 3
    Some wonder Rainbows! Dates included are 1939, 1940-S, 1944-S



    1949 Canada Dollar (Newfoundland Ship)
    Nice Looking Lavender color subtly covers entire coin. Has what looks to be hairlines present, but not knowing
    this series very well I am unsure if this is cleaning or otherwise. Note there are a couple of white spots on check
    and top if hair. Offered at a great price.

    $18 SHIPPED (was $20)


  • bstat1020bstat1020 Posts: 2,196
    All prices are delivered and please add 3% for Paypal.

    I will take trades for silver.

    UNCIRCULATED SETS: All are with OGP.

    (1) 1975 - $9.00
    (1) 1976 - $9.00
    (1) 1977 - $9.00
    (1) 1978 - $9.00
    (1) 1979 - $8.00
    (1) 1980w/ PDS Dollar Souvenir set - $14.00
    (1) 1981 - $14.00
    (1) 1984 - $9.00
    (1) 1985 - $9.00

    (1) 1987 - $10.00
    (1) 1997 - $20.00
    (1) 1998 - $10.00
    (2) 2000- $13.00ea
    (2) 2001 - $18.00ea
    (2) 2002 - $16.00ea
    (2) 2003 - $23.00ea
    (1) 2005 - $15.00ea
    (1) 2006 - $18.00ea
    (2) 2007 - $23.00ea

    Total of all sets is $349.00. I WILL SELL ALL SETS TOGETHER FOR $330.00!
  • tightbudgettightbudget Posts: 7,410 ✭✭✭
    $40 face in 2002-2008 half dollars.

    These coins were not released to the general public and could only be purchased in rolls and bags. Individually, these coins would run you at least a dollar each. I'm asking $45 plus shipping (whatever the amount turns out to be.). There will also be a couple of 2001-P and a pair of 1987 PD halves included in the $40 face. All coins are uncirculated and are NOT in the original government wrappers.

    P.S. There should be enough coins to build at least one complete run from 2002-2008.
  • jmski52jmski52 Posts: 17,713 ✭✭✭

    Someday, you'll want these.image

    I have $100 face in 40% silver Kennedy Halves available at spot. I'll pay the shipping & insurance. Please pm me if interested.

    Q: Are You Printing Money? Bernanke: Not Literally

    I knew it would happen.
  • frnklnlvrfrnklnlvr Posts: 2,771
    All coins have a no questions asked return policy! Thanks for looking!

    1953-S 50c PCGS MS65 $58 shipped


    1959 50c ANACS MS64 Dbld. Die Rev. Breen 5251/FS-801 $55 shipped


    1963 50c ANACS PF66 Dbld. Die Rev. 14-R-II-C $65 shipped


    1959 50c PCI MS64 $18 shipped


    1957-D 50c NGC MS65 $40 shipped REDUCED!


  • BikingnutBikingnut Posts: 3,287
    Original Bank Wrapped rolls of state Quarters

    Delaware P&D $45.00 I picked up the D roll at a bank in San Diego, the P roll I picked up at the Adams County National Bank in Gettysburg in 1999.

    US Mint Sets $15.00 ea

    2003 (2)

    1967 Washington PCGS MS65 $10.00
    US Navy CWO3 retired. 12/81-09/04

    Looking for PCGS AU58 Washington's, 32-63.
  • SwampboySwampboy Posts: 10,056 ✭✭✭
    2007 United States Mint Annual Uncirculated Dollar set from the U.S. Mint.

    Out of original wrapper but in excellent condition. $34.50 shipped
  • DCWDCW Posts: 1,892 ✭✭✭
    1946 s/d ANACS MS62RD, (some strike weakness on rev) $100 shipped
  • STONESTONE Posts: 15,431
    PM if interested.
    I accept Check, Money Order, or PayPal (+3%)
    Prices include shipping and insurance.
    I offer a 7-day no questions asked return policy for a full refund if necessary

    1858 Large Letter Flying Eagle Cent in VF+. Just a nice solid, crusty, coin for the grade.
    Asking $60

    1881-S Morgan Dollar. Raw, but should grade around MS-65. PL reverse, and only slightly so on the obverse.
    The coin exhibits golden-red toning on the obverse, with a couple toned over fingerprints, and a blast-white reverse.
    Asking $100

    1881-S Morgan Dollar. Raw, but should grade 62/63. The obverse is fairly chatty, but the reverse is a spotless 66+.
    The obverse is fully white, but the reverse is a steller mixture of purple-red-orange-yellow-blue-pink-magenta.
    Although not radioactive, I swear this coin glows in the dark the colors are so well highlighted; and my pics don't quite do this coin justice.
    (I've included two sets of images, showing two different angles of light hitting the reverse side)
    Asking $100

    I will sell the three for $230 image

    Thanks for looking,
  • LRCTomLRCTom Posts: 752 ✭✭✭
    1964 Kennedy Half, Accented Hair, NGC PF-66 $48 delivered




    Sorry about the marginal-quality photos: I have a D40 on order....

  • pendragon1998pendragon1998 Posts: 2,063

    I've got two real beauties for sale here - part of a matched 1943-P set I was building.

    Prices include insured first class shipping with delivery confirmation to addresses in the USA.
    Paypal preferred. USPS Money orders or personal checks also acceptable.

    1943-P Jefferson Nickel - $60

    This full-steps Jefferson nickel was part of my matched set of 1943-P coins (along with the half below).
    It's a beautiful, white coin with clean fields and strong detail.


    1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - $105
    NGC MS65
    This is a very nice example - check out the strong strike for the date with the great detail on the feathers
    and Liberty's left hand. I've looked through a ton of mushy, 'blah' examples of this date and this is about
    as nice as I've seen in my search.


    1943-P Winged Liberty Dime - PCGS MS65FB (Rattler Slab - bought from fellow board member WTGC) - SOLD
  • Kdog08Kdog08 Posts: 832
  • savoyspecialsavoyspecial Posts: 7,163 ✭✭✭
  • MeltdownMeltdown Posts: 6,030 ✭✭✭
    Here's some bargains... Please add $2 for shipping/insurance.
    Check, money order or paypal +3% please.
    All items come with a 7 day refund for any reason.

    1894-S Morgan Dollar. It's been well circulated with some old evidence of a cleaning.
    Still a tougher date and a decent hole filler with an all around even grey color.
    Asking $25

    1926 D Peace Dollar. I grade this a very solid AU-50 with a lot of mint luster left
    All original surfaces with no evidence that I can see of a cleaning.
    (Looks much better in hand than these photos shot thru the plastic.)
    Asking $22
  • HyperionHyperion Posts: 8,099
    Lets see who's paying attention: SBA set from mint sets in capitol plastic
    1979, D, S, proof
    1980, D, S, proof
    1981, D, D, proof

    100 + your shipping + 3% paypal.

    first PM gets it. return guarantee.

    Image Added, sorry, trying to keep my ugly mug out...

  • CharlieCCharlieC Posts: 197
    Thank you James.
  • cinman14cinman14 Posts: 2,571

    << <i>For Sale. Left over from the 2009 clad proof sets. This is 7 slabs of Presidential
    Proof Dollars. This includes 1 - 2009 proof slab w Dollar, Half, Nickel and Dime.
    This is $29.65 face. All unopened. Never used. $29.00 + $4.95 (Priority mailing).
    Check or Money order or PayPal + 3%. Please send me a PM if interested. First PM gets it.
    Thank you. Charlie. >>

    PM sent...
    iceman0xh: Well I didn't tell them much because there lack of English...
  • claychaserclaychaser Posts: 4,131 ✭✭✭
    B.U. State Quarter Deal, ideal for e-bay or low budget sales:

    2 TV huckster type albums with the 1st 50 state quarters in each (mixed P and D mints), one album missing Washington (so, 99 coins here), plus:
    1 50 coin set of the above, no album, missing RI, ID and WA (another 47 coins)

    The following coins, mostly in individual plastic capsules, some no capsules:
    PR-P 11
    PR-D 9
    DC-P 20
    DC-D 4
    Guam-P 11
    Guam D 9
    Alaska P 10
    Alaska D 7
    Hawaii P 12
    Hawaii D 7
    Another 49 coins, various

    Grand total coins = 295, $73.75 face. Take the whole deal for $99.00, plus $11 shipping/insurance in USA.

    Extensive forum and coin trade references available by request.

    ==Looking for pre WW2 Commems in PCGS Rattler holders, 1851-O Three Cent Silvers in all grades

    Successful, problem free and pleasant transactions with: illini420, coinguy1, weather11am,wayneherndon,wondercoin,Topdollarpaid,Julian, bishdigg,seateddime, peicesofme,ajia,CoinRaritiesOnline,savoyspecial,Boom, TorinoCobra71, ModernCoinMart, WTCG, slinc, Patches, Gerard, pocketpiececommems, BigJohnD, RickMilauskas, mirabella, Smittys, LeeG, TomB, DeusExMachina, tydye
  • sold
  • tydyetydye Posts: 4,138
    $20 shipped for a 2004 PCGS MS 69 Collectors Club Edition Silver Eagle. Has milky spots though.
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