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Broke
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Numismatic vs intrinsic value. Dickhead.





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LSURussian
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Baton Rouge
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That's "Mister Dickhead" to you.....





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DawgSmoke
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Member since Jan 2015
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Chicken was kind enough to open this thread back up for us and I really have hit it often for advice.

Since it's back open anyone actively collecting anything at the moment?






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matthew25
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Member since Jun 2012
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My benchmark is the Washington silver quarter. With silver at $16.97, one 25c piece = #3.07. Roll of 40 is $122.76.

I guess that since the DOW is so high, that drives silver low.






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DawgSmoke
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Member since Jan 2015
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I bought a similar coin this past weekend at a flea market for $28.00 it's in a little better condition than this one, and think it might be worth $50.00 if the right person wanted it.



I never sell anything, it's hard to do.






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DawgSmoke
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I'm wanting an 1899 $5 Indian Silver certificate note and will be on the hunt for one this weekend any help within a hundred miles of Atlanta?

Target:






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secondandshort
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What type of coin is the stone mt coin. I've never seen one like that.





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DawgSmoke
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"The Stone Mountain Memorial half dollar was an American fifty-cent piece struck in 1925 at the Philadelphia Mint. Its main purpose was to raise money on behalf of the Stone Mountain Confederate Monumental Association for the Stone Mountain Memorial near Atlanta, Georgia. Designed by sculptor Gutzon Borglum, the coin features a depiction of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on the obverse and the caption: "Memorial to the Valor of the Soldier of the South" on the reverse. The piece was also originally intended to be in memory of the recently deceased president, Warren G. Harding, but no mention of him appears on the coin."





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DawgSmoke
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Had a small package of these waiting at the door tonight.






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