Well the mint can't stop themselves. 2020 will be dumped on with more quarters the same two million each. Here is the twist. It will have a privy mark remembering the end of world war two. I don't get it millions have not found one and now the sellers will be getting in line at the bank to get there boxes of quarters. Then the sellers will sell them for ten dollars to twenty five.I don't buy anything that's free. I suggest the mint stop this before it starts why because there will be millions of these quarters in circulation. Starts in April. Get the starting gun out I mean the stopping gun. Why bother unless your going to buy them raw and send them in. Or wait and buy them slabed for a nice chunk. My recommendation buy last year's the prices are still falling. I can't be botherd.1 year ago
2020 Here We Go Again. W Quarters With a Twist
Like yourself I'm extremely frustrated as I have yet to find any of the previous year. So I look forward to the same this year. However, I must agree to disagree. Because of the release I have been finding more gem bu pre-statehoods as when they were issued. The earliest being 1978. Not to mention more from the Denver mint now than the year they were issued. As to the West Point issues, I'll most likely break down and buy them in the future as the price drops to a more reasonable number. Despite being way over priced it attracts new collectors. The only problem, or shall I say challenge, is to keep them interested and active. In the end, those who lose interest are the ones who will be selling them at a fraction. Remember the 1999 proof set craze? Patients, my friend.
It seems N.Y.C. Is Denver. I get so many cents and other change from Denver I had to be in the hospital to get one from a girl selling Danish. I received a quarter W . Maybe I should go back in!!1 year ago