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Don't say I didn't tell you so!!

Well the last quarter is out . I'm glad it's over. Go to the red book . It has this year's coins and prices. Let's say you have a MS 66 which is hard to get. The prices range from ten dollars some lesser. It means it flipped like I said last year and this year.. Has to be the biggest flop in two years. So you send in any you might find and pay through the teeth and pray you get a MS 66 you get a big 66.00 for those five coins. I mean if your looking for the protect them and don't send them in. EBay charges a fantastic price for these. Then they fall three the floor. I said it before release of the 2019 coins. Flop. At least you get a privacy mark. As my friend Mokie said in will buy a set for 11.00. He's not far off . He also was this.coming. But this is Ryders real . He has to go. I'm sorry. He's not up to the task. This is about the two million ATB quarters with a W mint mark in 2019 and in 2020 a W and a privy mark with 75 on them not regular quarters. It's called the great American treasure hunt.

1 year ago

I bought the states and national parks uncirculated from the dealer, just P and D. Just put them in the album. That's good enough for me. I could never afford to have them graded. It's not worth it to me because they won't be that valuable in my lifetime and I'm a poor man's collector. Hopefully I'll find someone worthy to leave them to someone who will be an avid collector and in about 50 years will be worth spending the money.
Someday I'll have some raw coin I will want to grade. Some of the old old ones I have.

1 year ago

I, like Bama consider myself a average collector, I have never purchased a coin with the express purpose of reselling it for profit. I buy what I want and like, most of the time it stays the same in value or even dips some, I don't care.  The coins I purchased that I sent in to NGC that are currently selling way above purchase price will not be sold, they will stay in my collection and be passed on to family. I would hope that they keep and collect, but that will be their choice.  Markets fluctuate and the Mint's policy under Ryder seems to reflect that.  If I/we live long enough, we will see it change yet again. Like my Dad use to say "Hang in there like a loose tooth"!  Having said that I don't agree with or even like what Ryder is doing, but hang in there.  Nuff said!

1 year ago

Spot on Stumpy. I bought four of the five West Point issues from 2019, all for under 30 each. Missing the American Memorial which is still above what I'm comfortable with, but it is coming down slowly. All are PCGS MS65, right in the middle. Not the top grade nor in a fancy holder with a bean. As you mentioned, I bought them for me. So price is some what irrelevant at that point.  

1 year ago

I might look into purchasing one... but i am undecided at this point in time.

1 year ago

They have found a handful of MS 68 everyone goes for.MS 67 or 66

1 year ago
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