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    Quote Originally Posted by digbird View Post
    Nice Bronkster, I do like the early dates.
    Thanks, dig... It's a common date in decent uncirculated condition so no loss of gold. And even though it's now melting for less than when I originally bought it, I'm not "scared". I'm not THAT guy that instantly regrets his purchases via buyer's remorse. It's GOLD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowsnow View Post
    look ms63+ for sure
    Hey yellowsnow, thanks for the back-up on the grading. It's always nice to hear confirmation of what one believes. Usually I have trouble trying to post photos here, but then I remembered what a friend told me about posting photos of coins- that I should always remember to crop them otherwise the size is too big and it never works. Well, he was right and it worked with a little tweaking here and there.

    I actually compared it to the PCGS photograde website and it seems a very solid ms-63+ and probably an ms-64, but not quite a 65. I'm happy regardless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    Looks like you guys are making some great buys on gold! I especially like the older gold coins.
    Thanks, Lawrence! I'm a huge fan of them too. Sure, I'll still stack on with the AGE's (and others), but I find it increasingly difficult to pass on the older stuff- much like yourself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwellsilverhammer View Post
    sold some generic silver rounds and bought 2 ozt gold coins. 1 original sealed 1 ozt panda, 1 - $10 Liberty Eagle, 2 - $5 Liberty Half Eagles. about spot plus $15 per coin.
    Good going, Max! Thinking about doing a trade of silver for gold possibly myself. I think you did well with that transaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronkster1967 View Post
    As per the title, I picked this coin up last week while gold was a bit higher (fiat-wise) for $1950 out the door. No added taxes, no additional fees, levies or encumbrances. Ha ha, Cuomo! S.A.D.!

    Anyway, what do you guys think of it? It seems to show well and I'd say it probably grades about an MS-63 or 64 which is pretty good even for common date pre-1933 United States gold coinage.
    i love it. nice going Bronkster

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwellsilverhammer View Post
    i love it. nice going Bronkster
    Thanks, Max. You've been busy too, I see!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronkster1967 View Post
    As per the title, I picked this coin up last week while gold was a bit higher (fiat-wise) for $1950 out the door. No added taxes, no additional fees, levies or encumbrances. Ha ha, Cuomo! S.A.D.!

    Anyway, what do you guys think of it? It seems to show well and I'd say it probably grades about an MS-63 or 64 which is pretty good even for common date pre-1933 United States gold coinage.
    Beautiful coin. Worth getting it graded perhaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongDonSilver View Post
    Beautiful coin. Worth getting it graded perhaps.
    Yes, Sir. I'm thinking about it, actually!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronkster1967 View Post
    Hey yellowsnow, thanks for the back-up on the grading. It's always nice to hear confirmation of what one believes. Usually I have trouble trying to post photos here, but then I remembered what a friend told me about posting photos of coins- that I should always remember to crop them otherwise the size is too big and it never works. Well, he was right and it worked with a little tweaking here and there.

    I actually compared it to the PCGS photograde website and it seems a very solid ms-63+ and probably an ms-64, but not quite a 65. I'm happy regardless!
    your photos weren't that clear but i didn't see much bag marks so at least a ms63 was my safe assessment.
    Nice to know the original owners likely took some extra care storing it

  10. #500

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    From my local dealer, 20 Franc Swiss and Roosters, at $10 over spot per coin. Bought all they had, nice to have rolls of gold. Other coins, the common 1 oz bullion, still going for considerably more than usual over spot. Love the small gold coins from the past, wonder why I can find them at such good deals from certain local dealers, while the major online dealers keep their per/oz premiums relatively high.
    “Of all the contrivances for cheating the laboring class of mankind, none has been more effective than that which deludes them with paper money.”Daniel Webster (1782-1852)

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