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About rons

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    The Post-man always rings twice. Uhm... ring ring?

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    retired middle school science teacher
  • Hobbies
    hiking, orchids, coins
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    Middletown, Ohio

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  1. You have an excellent start on a gold type collection. Common dates but a nice jump into the gold field. Well done Enjoy them
  2. Currently on the bay with 1 day remaining at $32. On 14 graded at 67 with 2 higher. 20 other true auctions currently running so check them out :). Good luck and thank you for looking
  3. rons

    Looking for Some Feedback

    I saw one of Smithsonian $100,000 gold certificates "graded" go at auction for over $800. I believe the price "new" from the seller is around $250. There are folks out there who have more money than sense. But, then again, haven't we all made bad buys in the past?
  4. Try the link for the quarter. And thanks for looking😀
  5. Thanks Chris, I hope this one works better. How are you doing? Long time no see
  6. Oh my goodness, I had completely forgotten about that. How long ago was that. I am chuckling to myself because your comment had tickled a faint memory but I couldn't call it up to save my life. insert eyeroll here Your memory is way better than mine. I must be older he says hopefully
  7. That sounds vaguely familiar but remind me of the details My memory isn't as sharp as it once was
  8. I am offering up some gold commems, 18th century 2 reales from mexico and peru, el cazador shipwreck 1/2 reales, a group of different raw buffs, and different dates raw mercs. Plus more to be listed this evening. If you are a member here let me know and I will throw in free shipping for you Thanks try this one for a 1998D washie ms67 and bounce from that coin. Or go to my selling name of tonkatoast and check. Sorry to be so tech illiterate.🙄😢
  9. I find the notebooks in the gift shops at most National Parks. Occasionally they are sold out but the is the most reliable source. Good Luck
  10. I started collecting the elongated pennies as a souvenir from each National Park we visit. My grandson (6) showed some interest so last fall I picked up 6 or 7 from our camping trip out west. What a great way to remember a visit. They make little notebooks to store the pennies and I have almost filled my second book already What fun
  11. I have several blue whitmans and a couple of rolls of wheats to go with them. Give me the details and we can get them on their way to you.