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  1. The history in that submission is really quite staggering. The fact that there are survivors after 200 years in such excellent condition WITH shells is impressive. What a terrific submission and preservation project. Well done
  2. Do you have something less busy? I find there is too much information packed into the avatar and difficult to follow. I am not in the business so something simpler would be more appealing to me. Thanks
  3. The coins listed here I am pricing at $30 each. If you buy 7 or more I will pay for shipping:) all with OGP and COA unless noted. 1995 Special Olympics $1 unc 1999 Dolley Madison $1 unc 2000 Library of Congress $1 unc 2002 West Point $1 unc 2004 Lewis and Clark $1 proof and unc 2005 Justice Marshall $1 unc (2) $1 proof 2007 Little Rock $1 proof and unc 2007 Jamestown $1 proof and unc 2009 Lincoln $1 unc 2009 Braille $1 proof and unc 2010 Boy Scouts $1 unc 2010 Disabled Vets $1 proof and unc the following are $45 1995 Civil War 2 piece set $1 and .50 unc 1995 Civil War 2 piece set $1 and .50 proof 1995 Paralympics $1 unc 1995 Bicyclist $1 unc 1996 Smithsonian $1 unc 1997 Law Enforcement $1 proof 1997 Jackie Robinson $1 proof 1997 Jackie Robinson $1 unc 1998 Crispus Attucks $1 proof 1998 Crispus Attucks $1 unc Silver Eagles in OGP 2007 w unc $45 2008 w unc $45 2016 w proof $55 I will add to this list again later. It is now later ;0 2000 Leif Ericson 2 piece US and Iceland proof $70 2005 Marines $1 proof $50 1996 Olympic Rowers $1unc $100 1994 Veteran 3 piece unc $100 1996 Community Service $1 unc $75 1996 Olympics High Jump $1 unc $100 2012 Star Spangled Banner $1 unc $40 proof $40 2011 Medal of Honor $1 $1 unc $40 $1 proof $40 1995 Olympics Gymnastics $1 unc $40 1995 Olympics Track $1 unc $55 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame $1 pr $50 NEW ADDITIONS TO THE LIST 1897 PCGS Barber Quarter AU55 $140 1897 NGC Quarter Eagle ms64 $650 1934 D PCGS Mercury dime ms66FB CAC $575 1936 NGC Walking liberty ms66 $310 1938 NGC mercury dime ms67FB old green holder $325 1942 NGC walking liberty ms65 $90 1943 D PCGS walking liberty ms66 $225 1948D NGC washington quarter ms 66 lightly toned $60 Gold is currently at $1830 as of 5/17 is now $1853/oz so prices are based on spot. I will honor these prices until May 20th regardless of the market moves. I will re-evaluate prices then based on melt. Today 5/26/21 Gold is at 1900.50/oz This requires another adjustment in prices for the gold coins below 1984w PCGS p69 $10 ms69 Now 960 1984 P raw $10 Olympics Now 960 1991w raw Mt Rushmore proof $5 $425 SOLD 1994w PCGS ms69 $5 Smithsonian $440 now $445 Now 465 1997w NGC p69 $5 Jackie Robinson $440 now $445 Now 475 1997w NGC ms69 FDR $440 now $445 Now 465 2013w NGC p69 5 star general $440 now $445 Now 465 2015w NGC NGC p69 US Marshalls $440 now $445 Now 465 2016w NGC sp69 SLQ $445 SOLD 2018w PCGS P70 Breast Cancer pink label $445 SOLD I can take pictures of any coins you are interested in. Most of the gold coins are priced below melt.
  4. Pleasure dealing with JTryka. We sealed the deal and both mailed the same day. Jeff is a great buyer. He is a man of his word:)
  5. Well done my friend. Congratulations:)
  6. Finally motivated myself to make a list and sell my OGP commemoratives. Since I have them graded there is no need for a "back up set" I am really trying to determine if there is even a market so i will keep the list short and add to it as time permits. 90% of these were purchased by me and have been stored properly in a smoke free environment. The coins listed here I am pricing at $30 each. If you buy 7 or more I will pay for shipping:) 1994 Capital $1 unc SOLD 1995 Special Olympics $1 unc 1997 Law Enforcement $1 unc SOLD 1999 Dolley Madison $1 unc 1999 Yellowstone $1 unc SOLD 2000 Library of Congress $1 unc 2002 West Point $1 unc 2004 Lewis and Clark $1 proof and unc 2005 Justice Marshall $1 unc (2) $1 proof 2006 San Francisco $1 proof and unc SOLD 2007 Little Rock $1 proof and unc 2007 Jamestown $1 proof and unc 2009 Lincoln $1 unc 2009 Braille $1 proof and unc 2010 Boy Scouts $1 unc 2010 Disabled Vets $1 proof and unc the following are $45 1995 Civil War 2 piece set $1 and .50 unc 1995 Civil War 2 piece set $1 and .50 proof 1995 Paralympics $1 unc 1995 Bicyclist $1 unc 1996 Smithsonian $1 unc 1997 Law Enforcement $1 proof 1997 Jackie Robinson $1 proof 1997 Jackie Robinson $1 unc 1998 Crispus Attucks $1 proof 1998 Crispus Attucks $1 unc Silver Eagles in OGP 2007 w unc $45 2008 w unc $45 2016 w proof $55 I will add to this list again later. It is now later ;0 1999 Yellowstone 2 piece pr and unc. $60 SOLD 2000 Leif Ericson 2 piece US and Iceland proof $70 2005 Marines $1 proof $50 1996 Olympic Rowers $1unc $100 1994 Veteran 3 piece unc $100 1996 Community Service $1 unc $75 1996 Community Service $1 proof $30 SOLD 1996 Olympics High Jump $1 unc $100 2012 Star Spangled Banner $1 unc $40 proof $40 2011 Medal of Honor $1 $1 unc $40 $1 proof $40 1995 Olympics Gymnastics $1 unc $40 1995 Olympics Track $1 unc $55 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame $1 pr $50 Thanks for checking out the list
  7. before and after pictures would be terrific
  8. Thanks for sharing your passion AND the history lesson
  9. I adhere to dollar cost averaging to help me decide on a purchase. I have bought gold coins ranging from $400 to $1800 an ounce both going up and going down. For the most part I try to find the best price available and then buy. Sometimes tho, I bite the bullet because it is a rarer coin or one that doesn't show up very often. Or, it will complete a set:) The hardest thing for me tho is finding coins in NGC coffins because completing a set with a pcgs coin will not complete the set on my records here I hate that, but it is part of an OCD thing I guess. I have been finding more coins on Great Collections that have been cheaper plus there is no sales tax and with a higher price coin that adds up quick. Happy hunting