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Looks like the Tags have fizzled out.

They seemed to be quite active about 5 years ago.


  • ajiaajia Posts: 5,400 ✭✭✭
    Yup, those were the days!
  • claychaserclaychaser Posts: 4,405 ✭✭✭✭
    Heck ajia - you got a ton-a-coins to start one yourself!

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

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  • LochNESSLochNESS Posts: 4,829 ✭✭✭
    I tried a darkside tag in 2014. It was OK. We had four participants, I think ... counting myself of course. The coins I received were slightly lower value than the coins removed (I got burnt) but I plan to try again in the future. I participated in a liteside tag the prior year, but didn't see anything worth swapping out. But it was much more active.

    The problem with tags is negotiating the value of the swaps. I put good stuff in my box to spark activity but nobody wanted to stick their own neck out in return. Has to be a 4- or 5-way street for it to work.
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