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Old 10-14-2014, 08:57 AM  
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silvercoins, just arrived by mail. purdy. 1oz. 999.9% each
split in 4ths for trading if needed as curency



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Old 10-15-2014, 08:24 AM  
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silvercoins, just arrived by mail. purdy. 1oz. 999.9% each
split in 4ths for trading if needed as curency

I have several pounds of silver coin. Hope you didn't pay too much above spot on those. Right now each coin should be just below 20 bucks. I get them locally here.


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Old 10-15-2014, 09:43 AM  
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i did on these, $22.50 each ,we had to buy the die. now that we have the die made. we can get at or below spot

i collect also,,put em in the safe for later
do you collect coins or just silver?
if interested, i have a collection of pennies i like to show off
liberty heads,indians,

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I collect silver and old paper money. I have been getting into the large bills lately (Not high dollar large but physically larger) I have some coin but not any sort of fancy collection, I have an 1880 silver dollar in mint condition a bunch of steel pennies and real silver dollars from the 20's and silver JFK half dollars and a few odds and ends but nothing collection worthy.

Is the die for scoring them to break?

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Holy splitting thread and confusing me already..........

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yes, they are scored to break, and use as currency.

oh cool, fellow coin and paper collector.

your silver sounds a lot more impressive than my little stash.
my coins are nothing fancy, i have been looking and collecting out of change for over 30 years.



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