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31 Oct 2021

Investment differences (between gold and silver 2021)

| CA, Coins and cash

If you are interested in investing in gold or silver, some may have a hard choice deciding which to choose. Though some may think that gold is the better option, while silver is actually a much better choice. if you look below at the pictures, you will see i have uploaded a chart of silver prices per ounce and gold prices per ounce from around 2000-2016ish. As you can see, the silver prices have fluxuated significantly, so if you were to buy one month for say $22 an oz. and buy 10 ounces then wait a month till it goes up to $29 an ounce then you would make about $70 over a two month period depending on when you invest exactly. (it may be difficult to see the chart but you can just look up silver value chart from this year) Now i will show a gold value chart from this year. (scroll down).As you can see you will make more money when gold goes up in price, but it will take a longer period of time and gold is more expensive than silver obviously.If you divide it all out and gold and silver were the same prices, silver would end up to be a better investment.

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31 Oct 2021

2017 1 ounce graded silver 10 yn ms69 china panda

| user_46126

Hello it been a while since i made a blog so i decided to make a blog about these graded 1 ounce silver china pandas for $30 these coins are chinese comeneratives they dont have much of a story behind them but they are cool they have really adorable panda desigens and are worth like $60 dollars each the reverse is a cjhinese building i forgot what it was called i got two because i was on a budget this one is 2017 and my other is 2019 do you have any idea what they are worth i would like your opion and i am in a hurry so sorry about the bad grammar and please follow me Thanks,

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31 Oct 2021

The New Morgan's and Peace Dollars 2021

Coins | Mike

Well I hope everyone is ok.. I'm writing this about the special coins made by the mint this year. I said coins because there not commens. There not Medals. They are U.S. coins. I'm not a big Morgan Dollar fan but when I heard about these I set up a budget right away. When I received the first one in the mail there was a thought in my mind that I was at a table playing poker and throwing these up to place a bet. It was remarkable. These I can't believe the luster and not a bag marks for miles. I also ordered the Peace dollars they come next week. I can only imagine what beauty they bring. . I was lucky to get a chance to order these. It's all luck. There is no talent needed to get these. I signed on received some messages but I did get my orders. I never thought the mint could pull this of . Your talking over a million coins and mailing them. The one bad thing is the packaging. It's terrible. Cheap cardboard. I was lucky again they held up. To see a coin the way George T. Morgan ment them to be seen is breathtaking. I expected chaos based on the mints history. Yes I received messages but I just signed on again and the order process was smooth. Just like a regular coin. So some of the problems were gone. Many people are looking at these as.a continuation of the set . The rest of the order the Peace Dollars will be here Tuesday. I would be happy with a MS 69. I didn't buy the for value. Most of you know I do not sell my coins. They will be left for my boys. What can you say about a perfect Morgan. I believe he's looking down and is very pleased the hobby loved his hard work. To think the Barbers wanted nothing to do with him. There was no love lost. Morgan worked in his apartment for 80.00 dollars a week. Back then it was allot of money.. There is nothing else to say about these coin they speak for themselves. I will enjoy them for a very long time. I hope you enjoyed this short read of some wonderful coins. You all be safe and stay well. Thanks Mike.

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30 Oct 2021

Model For the Morgan: Anna W. Williams

Young Numismatists Exchange | thatcoinguy

Little is known about he mysterious figure who stares at collectors and dealers across the country. She remains quite a shadowed fog in terms if her life history, and although we all know that the Morgan Dollar is the most loved coin in all of numismatics, we all barely (if any) know if the woman gracing the Lin's design with her face. Ladies and gentleman, collectors everywhere... everything we know about Anna Williams.

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29 Oct 2021

FREAK SHOW 1968 – XVIII

Coins | Haney

Well the last week of October is finally here and so it the final FREAK for this year.

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29 Oct 2021

King Carl Gustav XVI of Sweden

Coins-World | AC coin$

The official name of Sweden's main currency is the KRONA, meaning crown. I hereby show my 1 krona coin. The beautiful land of the Nobel prize is part of the Scandinavian circle.

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28 Oct 2021

B.I.E Errors

Coins | Stan McDonald - author

In the 1960s, many collectors sought error coins with a small break between the “B” and the “E” in “LIBERTY” on Lincoln cents. Most of the B.I.E. errors occurred in the 1950s when the Mint released thousands of coins with this type of error. By the 1960s, this error type became scarcer as dies breaking in this specific spot did not occur at the same frequency as in the 1950s.Searching over 250,000 coins in the last few years, I have found a few coins with B.I.E. errors in the 1990s, but none dated in the 1970s and the 1980s. Since this error type is not of any significant value and these coins are not usually encapsulated, there isn’t enough information from collectors to obtain credible counts of these errors.By: Stan McDonald author and numismatist

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