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WHOLESALE OFFERINGS AT LAST YEARS' PRICES
Special Sale on U.S. Coin Surprise Packages:
Built from new purchases,
partial collections, complete sets and estate
We sell hundreds of these to
other dealers each month, and most order again
and again so we know these are a great value.
Dates, grades and types of our choice, but all
will be nice VG to Gem BU, but there is plenty
of silver coins as all are coins are 40 to 240
Choose from Copper, Nickel,
Silver coins, or select all four
We both save money because we save on
advertising and pass the savings along to
10 nice and valuable U.S. coins for every $100
wholesale purchased. Wholesale prices
based on our current listed prices.
$100 Wholesale, only $79
Wholesale, only $2,750 $8,000 Wholesale, (our
best and most popular buy) only $4,950.
just acquired a huge bag of 10,000
Indian Cents and Liberty Nickels.
Guaranteed unsearched by us as
we simply do not have the time. A couple
of random samples reveal the following:
There are many different dates, including some
in the 1800s. Most are about a hundred
years old or older. Some in the samples
graded AG-G, some have full
"Liberty" and some graded as high as
VF-XF, and of course some had a few minor
problems as would be expected on coins
that are roughly a hundred years old.
Most graded AG-VG. Our regular
price is $75 per roll of 50 for unsearched
Indians and $75 per roll of 40 unsearched
Liberty Nickels, but for this month, we are
selling rolls of either for only $59 or 3
for $149, 10 rolls for only $450. That's
well under two dollars per coin! We've seen worse examples at flea
markets frequently selling for $2 to $3 per
coin! Lot's of fun for the
kids in your family...or for yourself !
Limit: 20 rolls of each type coin per customer.
Hands free magnifying
eye-wear glasses. Magnifies your
coins and stamps by 3 times! Great for
viewing State Quarter errors, stamp
misprints, finding wheat penny errors, scarce
varieties, etc. Saves hours of time when
viewing collections, rolls, accumulations and
bags of coins. Durable black frames,
designed to fit all and made to last a
lifetime. Wholesale $19.95.
Our special price: Only $9.95
each. Buy more for family or
friends: 2 for only $15, 3 for
$19. Or for resell: Per
dozen: Only $49
Whatever you are
looking for simply give us a
description, grade, and a price
range that you would want to pay, and
we will e-mail you a
"no-obligation" quote within
5 business days.
Rare Coin Value Guide
We are pleased to announce that
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2008 edition of "The Comprehensive
Price Guide of U.S. Coin Values".
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email scans only if the value is $5,000 or more, but
we recommend that you always view the coins in
person, using our 14 day return privilege.
Scans, no matter how good, can never fully recreate
the actual three-dimensional qualities of a coin.
Also, due to time constraints, it would be
impossible to scan each and every coin that comes in
and out of inventory each day. Regarding our
own experience with scanned photos on eBay and other
auction sites, we have had to return too many
over-graded but "well-scanned" coins, and have heard
too many similar horror stories from our customers.
The simple fact is that a scan can never capture
accurately the three-dimensional qualities of a
coins strike, luster and toning. If this
weren't bad enough, many sellers tend to manipulate
the luster, toning, and even the sharpness of a coin
through their scanning programs. We both lose
if we over grade a coin, and that's the last thing
we want. Long before the advent of "photo scans" we
bought and sold coins the good old fashioned way:
Properly graded with a full 14 day,
no-questions-asked return privilege. Today,
this time-tested tradition continues. Our
satisfaction rate has remained over 99% since
1979. We want you to be happy, tell your friends,
and make them happy too. This is how we have
built our business of more than 65,000 satisfied
customers worldwide over the past 28 years, and we
hope to add you to our growing number of repeat
Regarding the "Greysheet"
and other pricing guides: Published prices
are never the final word on pricing coins.
Rather, such prices are merely a summary of a
tiny percentage of the thousands of
rare coin transactions made each week.
At coin shows, auctions, and other venues,
coins can sometimes sell for well below,
or in some cases, well above the published prices, depending on
the seller's need for cash or whether a seller is
over-stocked or even under stocked. As one of
many examples, we once purchased a hoard of
1,000 1887-O Dollars, an original unopened bag.
Most graded MS 63 to MS 64, but some of the dealers
we supply couldn't use more than 2 or 3 coins
for their inventory, so naturally we had to lower
the prices to disperse the hoard. Of course,
the folks at the Greysheet and other pricing
publications didn't monitor these transactions,
nor could they. And neither can they monitor
the thousands of other transactions that occur
every day at on-line auctions and every
week at coin shows throughout the nation.
The Greysheet and other pricing guides are a
good guide to the extent of their own inside
knowledge, but their prices are not set in stone
as many prices very much depend on supply and
demand outside of their immediate knowledge.
More importantly, prices depend on how liquid a
dealer needs to be to meet their expenses, and how
immediate their need for cash is. Just like
any other commodity, dealers are often willing to
sell below market prices if they have too much of
a given item and are in need of cash.
Conversely, a dealer may ask much more than
"published prices" if they are in no
hurry to sell, or if they recognize that a coin
hasn't traded in a long time, and thus may be under priced. If a dealer tells you that they always
have to get Greysheet or over for their coins, it
may be time to find a dealer who knows how to
bargain and is willing to be flexible based on their
supply and demand. We wholesale our coins to the
public because we are running a business, not a
museum. After visiting dozens of coin
shops over the past 30 years, we've learned that
coins just sit around and collect dust if they are
not priced to move. We cannot buy unless we
sell, so we keep our prices as low as possible for
as long as possible. We accomplish this by avoiding a lot of expensive
"Slabbed" coins that are often
over-graded or over-priced. We also have
always avoided having high-salaried
salespeople with expensive cars, expensive offices
and plush coin stores. We believe that
we keep our overhead lower than most dealers and
thus can operate on one of the lowest profit
margins in the business. We then past the
savings along to our thousands of satisfied repeat customers.
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Extended Summer 2016
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Special #1A 10 Different Starter Sets and full
well-mixed rolls, all nice AG-VG with many
better dates and mints. U.S. Large Cents, 10
Different $99, 20 Different $179 30
Different $239 Roll of 50 mostly different
$475, 10 Different Indian Cents $12.50, Roll
of 50 $49, 10 Different Liberty Nickels
$12.50, Roll of 40 $39, 10 Different Buffalo
Nickels $9, Roll of 40 $35, 10 Rolls (400
Coins), only $295, 10 Different Seated Dimes
$150, Roll of 50 $590, 10 Different Barber
Dimes $39, Roll of 50 $170, 10 Different
Mercury (Mostly VF and better) $35, Roll
of 50 $159, 10 Different Seated Quarters $190,
Roll of 40 $900, 10 Different Barber
Quarters $99, Roll of 40 $350, 10 Different
Seated Halves $350, Roll of 20 $590, 10
Barber Halves $299, Roll of 20 $590, 10
Different Walking or Franklin Halves, your
choice, (Mostly VG-XF) $199, Roll of 20 $370,
10 Different Walking or Franklin Halves,
your choice (AU-BU) $299, Roll of 20 $550,
10 Different Morgan Silver Dollars (Mostly
VG to VF) $390, Roll of 20 mixed, $750, 10
Different Peace (Mostly VF to - Choice BU
63) $390, Roll of 20 mixed $700.
Special #1B Half Cents 1809-1857 Classic or Braided. Dates
our choice: XF 40 $75, XF 45
$85, AU 50 $99, AU55 $110, MS60+ Brown $145, Choice Unc.63 Red & Brown $295, Gem Unc. 65 Red & Brown $950.
Buy 5 and get all different and take 10%
Special #2 Large Cents 1816-1856. Dates our choice:
AG-G $7, G-VG $11, F-VF $15, VF-XF
$22, XF-AU $39, MS 60+
Brown $145, Choice Unc. 63 Red &
Brown $175, Gem Unc. 65 Red & Brown
$595. Buy 5 or 10 get all different plus
Special #3 1932 Washington Quarter Pattern Designed by
Thomas Cremona for official U.S. Mint Design
Competition in 1932. Features large Victorian
bust of George Washington above date
1932. Limited edition. Only 25,000
struck. Pure silver. Our coins are Frosted DMPL, slabbed, boxed, serially numbered.
Proof 65 Only $30, Proof 66 $35, Proof 67 $39, Proof 68
$45, Proof 69 $50, Proof 70 $59
Limit: 3 of each grade per customer,
Early Type Coins 1828-1899. Only $195 each. Nice
Borderline BU with lots of luster.
Problem-free beauties that would fit nicely in
any Choice BU sets. Your choice, only $195
each: Classic or Braided Half
Cents, Braided Large Cents, Flying
Eagle, Three Cent Silvers, Types I, II or
III. Shield Rays, Seated Half Dimes: No
Drapery, Stars Obverse, Arrows, Seated
Quarters, Barber Quarters, 1917 Type 1 One
Standing Quarters, Bust Halves, Seated
Halves. Dates our choice. Buy 5 or 10,
mix or match, take 10% off.
Special #5 Early Type Coins 1828-1899. Only $395 each Choice BU 63+ Early Type Coins with
lots of luster. Original beauties that
would look nice in Gem BU sets. Your
choice: Classic or Braided Half Cents,
Braided Large Cents, Flying Eagle, Three Cent
Silvers, Types I, II or III. Shield
Rays, Seated Half Dimes: No Drapery, Stars
Obverse, or Arrows, Seated Quarters, Barber
Quarters, 1917 Type One Standing
Quarters, Bust Halves, Seated
Halves. Dates our choice. Buy 5 or 10,
mix or match, take 10% off.
Special #6 Superior
Quality Gold Coins Choice BU 63 with full
original mint blast and beautiful luster.
Sharply struck, spotless Gold Type coins
1850s-1920s. Only $1,695 each Original
beauties that would look nice in any Gem BU
MS 65 sets, only at about half the price!.
$1 Type I, $1 Type III, $2.50 Liberty, $2.50
Indian, $5 Liberty, $5 Indian, $10 Liberty,
$10 Indian, $20 Liberty, $20 Saints, Dates
of our choice at these low prices, but most
will be about a hundred years old, from
1870s to 1920s. 5 Different types or 5
Different dates in the same type: $7,950.
#7 Gem BU 65 Type Coins Only $65 each: Best sharply struck blazers
from rare original rolls. 1900s Indian Cents
(Reddish Brown) 10 different for only
$595 1909 VDB Cents, 1883 NC Nickels, 1913
Type I Buffaloes., 1916 Mercury Dimes, 1934
Washington Quarters, 1941 Walking
Liberty Halves, 100 year old Morgan Dollars, Peace Dollars
in the 1920s,. Buy 5 or 10, mix or
match, take 10% off.
Special #8 XF+ Problem-free Better Date Morgan Dollars!
Introductory Sale! $49 each: 1883-S; 1884-S;
1885-S; 1899-S, 1900-S, 1901-S. All six for
Special #9 Choice
AU Problem-free Better Date Morgan Dollars!
Introductory Sale! $95 each: 1885-S;
1886-O: 1887-S; 1889-S; 1892, 1896-O, 1897-O,
1898-S, 1899-S, 1900-S. All 10 for only
Special #10 1882-CC, 1883-CC, 1884-CC GSA Morgan Dollars,
Beautiful Frosty White Blazers. Choice BU 63
$249 each, Gem BU 64 $265 each, Gem BU 65 $285
Special #12 More
Morgan Dollars.... Beautiful and Original White Blazers! Dates our choice: Choice BU 63+, 10
Different $495, 20 Different $950. Gem BU
64+, 10 Different $595, 20 Different
$1,150. Gem BU 65+, 10 Different
$950, 20 Different $1,450.
Special #13 5
different Gem BU 64 Peace dollars, only $195 or 5 diff. Choice BU 63 to Gem BU 65
Franklins, ALL with Full Bell Lines,
The 2017 Official Red Book!
2017 Red Book U.S. Coins Hard Cover
List Price $18.95
Yours For Only $17.95
2017 Red Book U.S. Coins Spiral
List Price $16.95
Yours For Only $15.95
Only $10 (spiral) with order of $100 and more
Free when you order $500 or more.
Estimate Ship: Early April 2016
States Quarters Board
50 State Quarters
Easel Board Backing
for easy stand-up display on any shelf or other
Regular Wholesale Price $9.95 each
From now until the end of this month,
Only $3.95 each
10 for $29.50
100 for only $225