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Grapecollects' Coin Mini Mart (Us, Silver, And Some World, Die Varieties)

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So here's the deal. I had a lot of coins I needed to list, but there were a few problems.

Firstly, it'd take forever to photo everything, and my photo skills are a net 0. Secondly, most of these coins were pretty cheap and not really worth shipping with tracking, and shipping without tracking would impact my seller score severely, so it wasn't worth it. S

o how about this? Because I can't photo a coin to save my life, each coin will be accompanied by a detailed description highlighting the pros and cons of each as well as detailing surface conditions or any other comments I would make. I'm a very conservative grader when it comes to selling coins, I'd rather undergrade than overgrade, so you'll generally get either a very strong coin for the grade, or a coin I undergraded.

There will be some modern SP and PF coins in here for cheap, I'm actually pretty well versed in SP coins so the grades should be spot on.

Oh yeah, a lot of things are priced pretty darn low. I figure you're buying sight unseen pretty much, and since you're saving me the time of listing on eBay, and taking "some risk" you deserve to be rewarded well beyond the usual forum discount I extend on some of these listings.

As for if you trust me to grade or not, everything here has a full refund policy, so if you don't like a coin I'll accept a return no questions asked.

All die varieties are listed separately at the bottom.

Shipping for anything under $10 or under 1oz in weight is $0.55. Anything under $25 and less than 2oz is $1. Anything over 2oz or $50 in value is shipped free with tracking.

Buying multiple items gets you a further discount.

Payment methods accepted are Check, Money Order, PayPal, Cash, and BTC.

US Coins

Indian Cents

1863 Indian Cent (EF-40) $45 OBO. This example features a strong strike with sandy brown fields typical on a circulated CuNi Indian cent. A problem free example with its only detractions being a slight nick on the cheek that is quite minor, and a little bit of what appears to be PVC residue on the reverse in the crevices in the wreath, shield and one cent. Overall a choice example for a circulated set.

1884 Indian Cent (G4) $2.75 OBO. A nice chocolate brown example with no detracting remarks. The reverse is a lighter brown with an almost white tint to it. Reverse rims are complete, though obverse rims are weak and show some blending from K10-K-1.

1905 Indian Cent (AU Details Light Corrosion) $3 OBO. This coin has a generally dark brown color to it. Surfaces are very dull and under close inspection with magnification show light pitting. No encrustation is visible anywhere on the coin. A small amount of PVC residue is on the reverse in various places such as the wreath, denticles from K-12 - K-1, and one cent.

Lincoln Cents

1909-S Lincoln Cent (VF-20) $115 OBO. The obverse to this coin has a very brick reddish brown color to it with a streak of lighter tan color as this coin shows a woodgrain texture in a small streak. The obverse field above ER in liberty behind Lincoln's head shows a strike through around the width of the number 1 in the date and the length of Lincoln's ear. The strike thru is oriented North South. The reverse is a much darker brown color, similar to that of wet mulch, but with tints of that same brick red brown that the obverse has. There is a small hit to the center of the left wheat grain, though is pretty minor.

1914-D Lincoln Cent (G6) $135 OBO. This coin has general brown surfaces, not quite light or dark, but a normal brown. Imagine pretty much any generic circulated Wheat cent, it's that color, but a shade darker. There is a very minor fingerprint in the right obverse field above the date, but it's very hard to see unless you're actively looking for it. No comments on the reverse except for a small darker patch on the lower left wheat stalk, not corrosion, just a small darker brown spot.

1915 Lincoln Cent (Unc Details Altered Surfaces) $45 OBO. This is one of those coins you know is altered, but can't exactly explain how, but I'll do my best. The obverse at first glance appears to be a nice red brown example with satiny luster, however the color patterns aren't quite natural. The color of the obverse is generally a light brown typical of what you'd expect of a mint state brown coin, though with shades of pumpkin orange mixed in throughout. There are no hairlines visible to indicate a cleaning. The reverse has much of that same satin look but the pumpkin orange has been changed out for an almost yellowish orange color that is concentrated in the center of the reverse. While IMO it is a details coin, it is actually quite attractive, and to be honest, I bought this as a straight grade and didn't realize for many months that it had been altered if that's an indication for how well done it was. The strike is excellent as usual per 1915 cents.

1917 Lincoln Cent (EF-40 w/ Reverse Stain) $3 OBO. This coin is generally quite nice, the obverse is a nice dark chocolate brown with a lot of detail, though some shades of that brick red towards the outside of the coin. The reverse is generally the same brown as the obverse though with a dark black stain (not corrosion) extending from K6 - K9 on the reverse that extends far enough into the field to overlap the lower left wheat stalk.

1918 Lincoln Cent (Choice VF-35) $3. Like most Lincolns on this list it has nice brown surfaces, this example has no detractions at all and a slightly above average strike.

1922 No D Weak Reverse(VG Details Old Cleaning) $100 OBO. A nice example of the 1922 No D Weak Reverse. This coin was cleaned long ago and the coin has settled back to a nice natural looking brown, except for the part that it is wayyy to shiny to be natural. If you've seen a polished coin and how it has that weird mimic of luster, imagine that, but the coin is a chocolate brown. Weird to imagine, but an accurate depiction. Beyond the cleaning there's nothing else negative to say about this piece.

1923 Lincoln Cent (Unc Details Altered Surfaces) $10 OBO. This coin I actually held onto as a curiosity for a while, it has got to be one of the most unusual coins I've come across. The obverse of the coin is extremely proof like, which is really odd. There's no hairlines, and it looks like natural mint luster, but there should be no way for a prooflike Lincoln cent to exist. The obverse as was stated is BN and prooflike with hints of reds and greens visible in certain lighting. The reverse is completely dead with no luster and an odd and to be honest, sort of unattractive orangish brown. It looks like what a copper coin looks like if it was cleaned and has almost regained it's patina, but isn't quite there yet if you understand.

1924-S Lincoln Cent (Choice AU-58) $90 OBO. This is by far the nicest AU 1924-S Lincoln I've ever seen. The obverse strike is weaker than usual towards the center of the coin, leaving the hair and face a bit lacking in detail. However, this coin has luster for an AU-58. While it's not cartwheel luster it has this great satiny luster that bounces in the light and beautiful brown surfaces. The reverse is sharply struck and in conjunction with the well above average surfaces and satiny luster it is by far one of the nicest examples I've seen. Honestly I wouldn't have a problem with this in an MS-62 holder.

1925-D Lincoln Cent (Unc Details Reverse Cleaned and Art. Toned) $25 OBO. This coin is a sad case of someone ruining a perfectly good coin. The obverse is a completely natural MS brown with light, natural, oil slick toning. The reverse however looks almost as if it's been lacquered with unnaturally bright surfaces, and an unnatural streak of lime, and sky blue in the upper right of the reverse.

1931-S Lincoln Cent (AU-55) $100 OBO. This example is what I would call a choice example for a circulated set on a budget. It has a lot of detail and has no detracting features or blemishes. The thing to note is that the surfaces are a few shades darker than the usual milk chocolate brown, but not dark by any stretch of the imagination.

Lincoln Memorial Cents

1960 Lincoln Cent Small Date (EF) $0.25 OBO.

1960 Lincoln Cent Small Date (AU) $0.45 OBO.

1960 Lincoln Cent Small Date (Unc RD) $4 OBO.

1965 Lincoln Cent (SP-66RB) $4 OBO. A very nice Red and Brown example of the 1965 SMS Cent.

1966 Lincoln Cent (SP-64RD) $2 OBO. A few minor marks and "sneeze spots" hold this coin from a high grade IMO.

1966 Lincoln Cent (SP-67RD) $10 OBO. A coin nearly completely free of any detracting marks except for a very well hidden and small blemishes.

1967 Lincoln Cent (SP-65BN) $2 OBO. An unusual full brown example of the 1967 SMS Cent.

1967 Lincoln Cent (SP-66RB) $4 OBO. A nice Red and Brown example.

3 Cent Silver

1854 3 Cent Silver (AU-50) $150 OBO. A great circulated example of the Type 2 3CS. With lightly colored gunmetal grey surfaces that are free on any heavy marks. The obverse still retains nice luster and flashes in certain light. There are a few very small dark spots. One on the reverse in the bottom right near the rim at K5, and a few spots inside the letters of USOA on the obverse, though none are generally distracting.

Jefferson Nickels

1958-D Jefferson nickel (MS-65+ [GC]FS $25 OBO. When it comes to full steps there are probably few people more strict than me. IMO none of the TPGs can actually grade FS nickels if their lives depended on. This example earned an FS from me, and not a market "FS" but a truly Full Steps coin. This coin has great cartwheel luster, with some light orange toning on the obverse bust. The reverse has an excellent strike. All 6 steps are razor sharp and extremely well defined only the very slightest weakness is visible on the 6th step, but generally is a great example of this date. Both sides are very well struck with EDS dies.

1961 Jefferson Nickel (PF-65) $1 OBO. An interesting example that has no cameo to any degree. The entire coin is jet black with flashy luster as expected on a proof coin.

1965 Jefferson Nickel (MS-65) $15 OBO. This is likely the nicest 1965 Jefferson I've come across in rolls. While it is a MS-65 this coin has amazing eye appeal. It has full and amazing luster and both sides are struck up much better than usual. The Monticello is nearly frosted, and if the coin is placed obverse down the reverse looks nearly PL in some lighting. By far a great eye appeal coin. While not FS, it has 2.75 Steps on the reverse.

Roosevelt Dimes

1967 Roosevelt Dime (SP-68) $15 OBO. This is an amazing example of the SMS dime. Free of any detracting marks except under close inspection with high magnification. Appears flawless in hand.

Washington Quarters

1967 Washington 25c (SP-67+ Obv Semi-CA) $7. A nearly flawless coin in hand. The few small marks are only visible under magnification and with some searching. The Obv is not Cameo, but has very light contrast.

1981-S Washington quarter [Type 1] (PF-64DCAM) $1 OBO. While hardly flawless this is about the cheapest you'll find an example. The coin has water spots and a handful of small marks and blemishes.

Franklin Halves

1960 Franklin Half (PF-67 Rev Cameo) $30 OBO. This coin has great eye appeal. The obverse lacks any Cameo but is nearly completely free of any marks or blemishes except under magnification. The reverse has nice Cameo, though IMO the mirrors are not deep enough to be considered DCAM, though the frosting is thick enough.

1962 Franklin Half (PF-66+CAM) $45. A great Cameo coin. Nice reflective mirror fields are contrasted by the sharply frosted devices. While this coin is equally free of any marks as the previous example there is one pinhead black mark on Franklin's hairline.

Proof Silver Eagles

1987-S ASE Proof with Box and COA $55

1987-S ASE Proof with Box No COA $50

Silver Bullion (US, World, Generic)

2015 ASE (Gem Unc) $26

1984 Mexico Silver Libertad (Gem Unc) $27

2019 Mexico Libertad Unc - $26

2x 2009 Germany Silver Quadrica .9999 Fine 1oz PL $28 Each

3x Generic Buffalo nickel Design 1oz Silver Rounds $26 Each

2x 2020 Niue Silver Turtle $27 Each

1 Roll of Jefferson War Nickels $50

1 Roll of BU 1964 Roosevelt Dimes $105 - I will say the coins in this roll are excellent. Many coins in here are MS67 quality and are all blast white. Great coins.

Generic 1oz Silver Round $27 OBO.

Die Varieties

Photos of all these die varieties can be found on VV, CC, and DD

I'm accepting offers on all of these


2x 1917 FS-101 Lincoln Cent (G-4) - $80 each

1924-S FS-501 Lincoln Cent (VF Details ED) - $1.50

1927-D FS-501 Lincoln Cent (VF Details ED) - $10

1933-D RPM-001 Lincoln Cent (F) - $5

1934-D FS-101 Lincoln Cent (VF Details Light Corrosion - $5

1934-D FS-502 Lincoln Cent (VF Details Cleaned & Light Corrosion - $8

1935-D DDR-001 Lincoln Cent - $1

3x 1936-D DDR-001 Lincoln Cent - $3 each

1938-S Lincoln Cent FS-501 (MS64RD, MS65+RB) $25, $25

1938-S Lincoln Cent FS-502 (MS66+RD) $70. This coin has a very good chance at going MS-67.

1938-S Lincoln Cent RPM-003 (MS60) -$7

1938-S Lincoln Cent DDR-001 (VF) -$2

1939 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (High VF) -$13

1940-D Lincoln Cent 1DR-001 (EF) -$0.50

1940-D Lincoln Cent DDR-012 (AU) -$0.75

1941 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (EF) -$30

1941 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (VF) -$50

1941-D Lincoln Cent DDR-002 (EF) -$0.50

1941 Lincoln Cent DDR-003 (EF) -$0.50

1942 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (Very Choice AU Red Brown) -$90

1942 Lincoln Cent DDR-003 (EF) -$0.50

1942-D Lincoln Cent FS-502 (VF Details Corroded) -$2

1942-D Lincoln Cent RPM-009 (VF) -$0.50

1943 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (VF Details Rust Spots) -$14

1944-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002 (VF) -$0.5

1945-S Lincoln Cent DDO-001 (AU) -$3

1945-D Lincoln Cent DDO-007 (VF) -$1

1945-D Lincoln Cent DDO-009 (VF) -$1

1945-D Lincoln Cent DDR-013 (VF) -$0.5

1945-D Lincoln Cent RPM-004 (AU) -$1.75

1945-D Lincoln Cent RPM-001 (MS-63RB) -$5

1945-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002 (MS-62RB) -$3

1946 Lincoln Cent DDO-002 (MS-63RB) -$6

1946 Lincoln Cent DDO-002 (Ch AU) -$2

1946 Lincoln Cent DDR-003 (AU) -$0.5

1947-D Lincoln Cent RPM-002 (MS-64RB) -$5. This coin was at the end of the OBW and has little to no luster remaining.

1947-D Lincoln Cent RPM-002 (VF) -$0.75

1947-S Lincoln Cent RPM-003 (AU) -$1

1949-S Lincoln Cent FS-101 (VF) -$4

1950-S Lincoln Cent RPM-002 (VF) -$1.5

1950-S Lincoln Cent RPM-005 (EF) -$0.5

1951-D Lincoln Cent RPM-021 (MS-65RD) -$5

1951-S Lincoln Cent RPM-011 (EF) -$0.5

1952-D Lincoln Cent RPM-003 (EF) -$0.5

1953-D Lincoln Cent RPM-006 (EF) -$0.5

1953-D Lincoln Cent RPM-004 (AU) -$1

1954-D Lincoln Cent FS-501 (VF) -$2

1954-S Lincoln Cent RPM-001 (MS67RD) -$100

1955 Lincoln Cent DDO-003 (2x EF) -$1

1955-D Lincoln Cent RPM-001 (MS65+RD) -$20

1955-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002 (MS63+RD) -$1

1955-D Lincoln Cent RPM-002 (MS65RD) -$4. Spots on obverse.

1955-S Lincoln Cent RPM-002 (MS64RD) -$7

2x 1956-D Lincoln Cent FS-501 (VF) -$2.50 Each

1956-D Lincoln Cent RPM-003 (VF) -$2

1956-D Lincoln Cent RPM-006 (VF) -$0.5

1956-D Lincoln Cent RPM-018 (EF) -$30

1956-D Lincoln Cent 1MM-026 (AU) -$0.5

1957-D Lincoln Cent RPM-014 (MS64RD) -$6

1957-D Lincoln Cent DDO-001 (MS63RD) -$10

1957-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002/RPM-05 (MS64RB) -$5

2x 1957-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002/RPM-05 (EF) -$2

1957-D Lincoln Cent RPM-007 (MS63RD, MS64RB, AU) -$3,$2, $0/75

1958-D Lincoln Cent RPM-020 (AU) -$1

1959 Lincoln Cent DDR-006 (MS65RD) -$0.75

1959 Lincoln Cent FS-101 (AU) -$15

1959-D Lincoln Cent FS-501 (EF) -$5

1959-D Lincoln Cent FS-501 (MS64RD, Slider Unc) -$30, $10

1959-D Lincoln Cent RPM-005 (AU) - $2

1959-D Lincoln Cent RPM-009 (AU50, Slider Unc) -$2, $2.75

1959-D Lincoln Cent RPM-010 (2x AU) - $0.2

1959-D Lincoln Cent RPM-017 (Low Unc) - $0.2

1959-D Lincoln Cent RPM-021 (Low Unc) - $0.2

1959-D Lincoln Cent WRPM-068 (Unc) - $0.1

1960 Lincoln Cent DDR-006 (Slider Unc) - $0.75

1960-D Lincoln Cent FS-501 (AU,EF 2x,) -$7,$4

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-005 (MS65RD) -$0.75

1960-D Lincoln Cent 1MM-002 (MS65RD) -$1

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-007 (2x)(AU) -$0.25

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-010 (MS65RD, MS63RB) -$2, $1. The 63RB has a fingerprint on the reverse.

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-013(EF) -$1

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-019(MS63+RD,MS64BN *Great Toning*) -$2.5, $2.75

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-021(MS64RD) -$4

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-028(EF,AU) -$0.5,$0.6

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-028(3 In EF) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-050(EF, MS66RD) -$0.75, $22. I honestly think this is an amazing RPM for the price, and the high MS one looks nutty.

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-061(2x AU) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-082(MS62+RD) $0.2

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-084(MS64RB) $0.2

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-092(EF) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-099(EF) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-102(AU) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-104(EF) $0.15

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-106(AU) $0.5

1960-D Lincoln Cent RPM-102(2x AU) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-003(12x Unc RD) $0.25

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-003(MS65RD) $2

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-010(4x Unc RD) $0.2

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-021(2x AU) $0.2

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-026(MS62RB) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-027(2x MSRD) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-028(15x MSRD) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-029(MSRB) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-030(EF,AU, Unc) $0.1, $0.12, $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-032(EF) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-037(MSRD) $0.15. I literally have more of these than you could ever want, like, hundreds I think.

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-043(MSRD) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-055(EF) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-059(MSRD) $0.15

1961-D Lincoln Cent RPM-064(MSRD) $0.15

1963-D Lincoln Cent FS-101(2x AU) $7.50

1963-D Lincoln Cent DDO-006(AU) $0.15

1963-D Lincoln Cent DDO-008(AU) $0.15

1963-D Lincoln Cent DDO-010(AU) $0.25

1963-D Lincoln Cent WDDO-033(EF) $0.40

1963-D Lincoln Cent RPM-001(Unc) $3. This was an EOR coin and the luster is poor quality on the reverse.

1963-D Lincoln Cent RPM-002(Unc) $0.15

1964 Lincoln Cent 1DO-010(Unc) $4.50. This a great DDO. http://coppercoins.com/lincoln/dies...ie_state=mds

1964-D Lincoln Cent RPM-002(AU) $0.2

1967 SMS Lincoln Cent DDO-001(SP66+) $8.50

1969-D Lincoln Cent DDR-001(MS-65RD) $20 This is VERY scarce.

1969-S Lincoln Cent RPM-001(Unc) $0.20

1969-D Lincoln Cent RPM-008(Unc) $0.25

1969-D Lincoln Cent RPM-011(Unc) $0.20

1970-S Lincoln Cent RPM-001(MS65RD) $8

1970-S Lincoln Cent DDO-002(Unc) $0.25

1970-S Lincoln Cent 1DO-008(Unc) $0.25

1970-S Lincoln Cent WDDO-017(Unc) $0.20

1970-S Lincoln Cent WDDO-020(Unc) $0.35

1972 Lincoln Cent FS-103(MS-64RD) $40. Great luster and no spots.

1972 Lincoln Cent FS-107(VF Details Rim Damage) $4.

1972 Lincoln Cent FS-108(MS-64RD) $55. Great luster.

1972-D Lincoln Cent DDO-002(Spotty Unc) $7

1982 Lincoln Cent 1DO-003(Spotty AU) $4.50

1983 Lincoln Cent DDO-005(AU) $9

1998 Lincoln Cent FS-901(AU) $4.25

2000 Lincoln Cent FS-901(AU) $4.25

2000 Lincoln Cent FS-901(Unc with giant obv thumbprint) $3.50

2000 Lincoln Cent FS-901(Corroded AU) $1.50

2009 Lincoln Cent 1DEO-004T(MS66RD) $8.20 http://www.traildies.com/2009p_ec_-1deo_001-010/

2015 Lincoln Cent DDO-001(Slightly Spotty AU) $10

2018 Block Island Quarter CRDR-003(Low Unc) $2
My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
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A few I missed.

Mint and Proof Sets

1966 SMS Set $9.50

1961 Flat Pack Proof Set (No Envelope) $25

US Coins

1862 Indian Cent (AU50) - $60. Light to medium beige surfaces with light luster poking though.

1943-D Jefferson Nickel (MS66) - $14. Light gold toning covers both the obverse and reverse with great luster.

Slabs

1976 50c NGC PF 68 - $10

1943 10c NGC MS-66 - $25

2009-D 50c PCGS SP-68 - $14

Silver Bullion Part 2

5oz JMC .999 Fine Silver Bar Vintage Hand Pour(Scarce Old Ingot) - $325

3oz JMC .999 Fine Silver Bar Vintage Hand Pour(Scarce Old Ingot) - $225


My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
ANA id: 3194067
My Type Set: https://www.NGCcoin.com/registry/co...sets/236574/
If you want to buy something or sell something or just talk, shoot me a PM!
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PM sent on the 1914-D Lincoln
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1922 No D Weak Reverse Sold!

1914-D is on hold pending final decision
My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
ANA id: 3194067
My Type Set: https://www.NGCcoin.com/registry/co...sets/236574/
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2015 ASE, 1984 Mexico Silver Libertad, 2019 Mexico Libertad, 2x 2009 Germany Silver Quadrica .9999 Fine 1oz PL are all on hold pending payment or cancellation
My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
ANA id: 3194067
My Type Set: https://www.NGCcoin.com/registry/co...sets/236574/
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I think I might want these.
2x 2020 Niue Silver Turtle $27 Each

Do they look like this in a capsule?
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@TNG they look like that but I received them raw in flips.
My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
ANA id: 3194067
My Type Set: https://www.NGCcoin.com/registry/co...sets/236574/
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Thanks, I'll take both. Check your PMs again.
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 Posted 12/01/2020  10:03 pm  Show Profile   Check GrapeCollects's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add GrapeCollects to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
1914-D Sold

2015 ASE, 1984 Mexico Silver Libertad, 2019 Mexico Libertad, 2x 2009 Germany Silver Quadrica .9999 Fine 1oz PL are all sold

Niue Turtles are Sold

My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
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 Posted 12/01/2020  10:41 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add TNG to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Payment sent for the turtles. Thanks
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 Posted 12/02/2020  12:40 am  Show Profile   Check GrapeCollects's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add GrapeCollects to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
1938-S FS-502 MS66+RD has Sold!
My best finds: 1999-WAM:http://goccf.com/t/332161 1988-RDV-6:http://goccf.com/t/335954#2873459 1986-Off-center: http://goccf.com/t/335952
1999 WAM #2:http://goccf.com/t/338710&whichpage=1
1981 Double Struck In Collar: http://goccf.com/t/350199&whichpage=1
ANA id: 3194067
My Type Set: https://www.NGCcoin.com/registry/co...sets/236574/
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 Posted 12/02/2020  08:41 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add okiepb to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Sending PM on the 1969-D.
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PM sent. Hamm1947
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