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  1. #1001

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    Quote Originally Posted by windforce22 View Post


    This is my first post and i got that today at my local coin shop
    next time to the lcs look for the smile on the owners face when you walk in. Wow nice score I assume that's a full roll of ases. Great time to get in.

  2. #1002

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    Quote Originally Posted by STORMY 69 View Post
    next time to the lcs look for the smile on the owners face when you walk in. Wow nice score I assume that's a full roll of ases. Great time to get in.
    you have more ounces there than I do in one trip looks like ... congrats and none of my mix and match of weird stuff...

  3. #1003

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    Assorted goodies from a online auction
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  4. #1004

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    Quote Originally Posted by OU812 View Post
    Assorted goodies from a online auction
    Those fish rounds are nice how much powder ya burn for that lot?

  5. #1005

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    4 five mark coins= $26.75 (1951,1957,1965,1971) ASW .9
    2 1972 german olympic 10 mark coins. $16.77 ASW .6228
    1 canadian dollar 1966 $19.01 ASW .6
    Over paid a bit on the Canadian dollar but they always have a premium
    Last edited by windweaver77; 03-16-2013 at 08:55 AM.

  6. #1006

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    scored a few goodies at LCS






  7. #1007

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    Quote Originally Posted by windweaver77 View Post
    4 five mark coins= $26.75 (1951,1957,1965,1971) ASW .9
    2 1972 german olympic 10 mark coins. $16.77 ASW .6228
    1 canadian dollar 1966 $19.01 ASW .6
    Over paid a bit on the Canadian dollar but they always have a premium
    You did well on those 5 mark coins, I rarely see them that low.

  8. #1008

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    1 oz .999 silver round for $6.00 at a local consignment / junk auction. Only bad thing is that it is encased in Lucite!
    Ain't nuthin gonna stop me now but my innate inabilitree to progress cognatious thunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fortydogroad View Post
    1 oz .999 silver round for $6.00 at a local consignment / junk auction. Only bad thing is that it is encased in Lucite!
    Let us know how that works out. I've heard you can stick it in a deep freeze and then take a hammer to it.

  10. #1010

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    Quote Originally Posted by newstacker View Post
    Let us know how that works out. I've heard you can stick it in a deep freeze and then take a hammer to it.
    Thanks for the tip!
    Ain't nuthin gonna stop me now but my innate inabilitree to progress cognatious thunk.

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