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buzkirk

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  1. Dang, decided to go for it and FAILED, sniped out twice last seconds ! Went for $172.61 with 27 bids, I can't seem to get anything off ebay, everything I really want so does everyone else. I hear people talking about all the great deals they get on ebay, just don't see it happening ! Maybe I'll take a break from collecting for a little while, need to focus on selling other collections off.
  2. Four hours to go and it at $138.00 and 20 bids. I guess I crapped out on this lot, maybe my fault for bringing attention to the listing. Still any guesses as to where it will end up? Tom
  3. Went past the $100 mark early this morning, seems like a fair bit of interest in these. But, then again there is alot of interest in most of the Asian market. Coin World did an article about the Asian market being on the rise for the last 3 years, More money moving into China, plus some of the people that were affected by the Sunami trying to rebuild collections. ( speculation on my part ) Got a day to go, any other guesses as to the final price ? Tom
  4. Thanks ccg, your the man ! Thats along the lines I was thinking but wasen't sure. Thanks for the input I'm going to bid hard on this one, probally get sniped out last second though! Tom
  5. I don't agree either with his grading, I figure VF across the board, that's how I came up with the $135 top $ I'm going to go with $...00, if i told ya'll might just jinx me on the auction. Tom
  6. Just where do you think this auction will end up $ ? I would really like to have these, but at what price ?, do you think they will go for. I already took a shot at $39.20, and outbid, booked out at around $135.00 (Modern World Coins 1864-1964, 14th ed. 2011) http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5574633083&toolid=10001&campid=5335826004&customid=&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&icep_item=300648002900 Tom
  7. Beautiful coin, really like the stop motion of the jumping Roo around the coin. Tom
  8. I always tend to grab my Coin World price guide for US coins and the YS Yeoman World Coin guide for world coins. Usually replace every 2 years or so. ( both 2011, so good for another year ) Tom
  9. 1803 1/2 penny for $30.00, my father got a 1799 US dollar for $100 (I was with him in 1997 when he got it) Those were the best so far, but remember I'm CHEAP, and live in the south. Tom
  10. It happens to all of us at one time or another
  11. A guess on my part, it went thru a fire and caused the bubble then was sand blasted or chemically etched to remove the burnt residue. Entirely speculation, but have similar burnt coins with bubbles.
  12. hello and welcome to coin people. Congratulations with starting with bags of Morgans, these are the most collected and appreciated coins to collect. please post some pics of the morgans and buffalos if possible. Looking forward to seeing the collection grow. Tom
  13. #1 get into my Meilink safe without paying the $630 to have it drilled. #2 finish the inventory of all coins (some variation on inv) #3 Quality over quantity, sell some of the duplicates and improve storage #4 Figure out how to sell on ebay, ( sell misc, and put money to better grade coins) #5 Buy more silver bulk ( 10 oz & 100 oz) #6 work on Hong Kong set and build plexi display. Tom
  14. Great looking medals, and an Awesome photo presentation !
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