Jump to content
CoinPeople.com

Grifter

Members
  • Content Count

    95
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Grifter

  • Rank
    Practically running the place...
  • Birthday 07/18/1990

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://

Profile Information

  • Location
    Washington

Recent Profile Visitors

573 profile views
  1. Sure thing, let's see some Morgans.
  2. Virginia (Of course... It's where I'm from) California Pennsylvania
  3. Indeed. Preferrably Morgans or Liberty Nickels.
  4. Wow, that is a beautiful coin. I'd give it an MS-60, nice luster and few contact marks, but I'm no expert.
  5. Went to the bank today and I filled out a slip to withdraw $40. I asked if I could have it in halves and the lady said that they don't have any except for the $2.50 in her little tray. So I was kind of mad, and then she asks me why I need halves. A bunch of smart remarks went through my head, but i just said they were for my mom . Are they even allowed to ask what you need stuff for at banks? Isn't it kind of like invasion of privacy?
  6. Maybe they don't know anything that well???
  7. I know what you're talking about. One that I saw was with state quarters and just about every other sentence contained "GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED". Another one I saw recently was with the 1994 matte proof Jefferson. It was in a "special" PCGS holder. The guy also had for sale a full set of Silver Eagles up to date, and he was talking about how great of a deal it was and how hard it is to get them in MS-69. Whatever...
  8. Post a list of the dates, or even pics. You may have a real key date!
  9. After searching through eight rolls of nickels, I filled about ten holes and upgraded a few also.
  10. Yea, it's more like a lifetime project, because some of those gold coins are a little pricey...
  11. US Cents(1900-present all mintmarks) and Nickels(just 1900-present). Depression Set, all US coins minted 1929-1939.
  12. Grifter

    ANACS

    Ok, I'm thinking about getting a coin that I have authentized and certified. I asked my local coin dealer if he thought it was a good idea and he said go for it. He told me to go with ANACS. I'm just wondering whether or not anyone has had experience with them. Also, if I were to do it, I have some questions on how to send the coin, as I have had some problems with sending cash through the mailing system... Any help is appreciated.
×
×
  • Create New...