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  1. #4501

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    not a numi guy...flips are hard to stack...I remove them...always!

  2. #4502

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    I've never heard of them being called "flips". Around here they are referred to as "coin holders". I never remove them because many times they'll have important information written on them such as dates, grade, price etc...let's say you buy a BU coin, you remove the coin holder and there's nothing to signify you have a BU coin, it'll get mixed up with your other coins and lose it's BU status.

  3. #4503

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    Quote Originally Posted by windweaver77 View Post
    Those are 2x2's, it's even in the picture title


    Flips-

    Last edited by 3doors_down; 07-21-2014 at 05:42 AM.

  4. #4504

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3doors_down View Post
    Those are 2x2's, it's even in the picture title


    Flips-

    I possess those as well.

  5. #4505
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    I chuck the flips too. I collect bullion, no need for flips. I have a few cameos in plastic cases in which they stay. But plain old bullion I get a few dollars over spot get taken out of the flip. No point. I like the sound of them clicking together.

  6. #4506
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    Bought 10 1oz Monarch bucks from a friend for 200. Purchased another 10 this morning from the site to fill the tube. The initial 10 were some of the ones we have played poker with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windweaver77 View Post
    I possess those as well.
    make sure not the PVC kind

  8. #4508

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    WOW Knarff nice knockers err I mean nice walkers. Never seen a tube of them like that.

  9. #4509

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    Picked up two silver crown's. 1890 and 1892. They are sterling .925 and have an asw of .84oz each. I paid $21.40 each. That's around $25.50/oz. It's a bit higher than I typically like paying for silver but they are old and cool.







    I'm actually pretty smitten with this coin and could see a collection in the future. The problem is the older ones in decent condition go for big $$$

  10. #4510
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Steven View Post
    Picked up two silver crown's. 1890 and 1892. They are sterling .925 and have an asw of .84oz each. I paid $21.40 each. That's around $25.50/oz. It's a bit higher than I typically like paying for silver but they are old and cool.







    I'm actually pretty smitten with this coin and could see a collection in the future. The problem is the older ones in decent condition go for big $$$
    not much cooler than building a collection of foreign countries largest "crown" size coinage in .800 and up...geez even .720.. many were .900 to .925...
    nice stuff..

    i pick up all i can in this group, and have for many years, collecting of foreign numis or common foreignns..

    history!!!


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