It Took Over 3 Years But Finally Have a #1 Set posted by Gemguy2u
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Roosevelt Dimes In High Grade Full Torch Are Hard To Find.....

 

Hi Everyone, This is my first post so if I do something wrong, it is OK to shoot...

 

Today after a long hard struggle and many lost dimes from auctions I have bid on, I finally made it to #1 in the 1965 to Date Roosevelt Dime Series. It took 100 coins to get to the #1 spot and currently, there are 113 needed for a complete set. With that being said, this set is put together not with just the best coins out there but with the coins most of us can afford. I want to thank EVERYONE who helped me along the way. The coin community out there is a good group of people and for those of you who let me pay for the coins I bought over weeks and months and even over 6 months. THANK YOU. It takes networking to find a lot of these dimes because they are just not out there. Someone out there always knew someone else out there that had dimes and got us together. My next step with this set is to complete it out and hopefully get it to 100K points. Please review when you are able. Thank You All... Mark...Gemguy2u

 

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Absolutely FABULOUS!!! I know how hard it is to complete a set or even focus on it when there are jobs and chores to be done. Paying for these wonders of art is also daunting.

 

There is a fellow member (I'll call him DJ for privacy) who needs a $100 PF70 2006 Platinum piece, and it has to be NGC First Strikes, and there is only 28 of them.

 

I found one and the owner is asking too much, so we couldn't fulfill DJ's dream at the moment, but help us look will ya?

 

Again, congrats!!! Did you get an award yet?

 

Capt Brian

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Congrats on a fine set!!

 

Finishing any set is a daunting task----you're almost there! Being #1 is just plain admirable! :golfclap:

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Great Job! The photos make it fun for the rest of us to enjoy your hard work. Thanks for the photo show and I really like the set name.

 

John

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