I have been here for over 15 years. At one point 10 years ago I started buying graded coins from members and submitting many coins to NGC as well.My goal was to obtain as close to $100,000 in NGC value at no cost out of pocket. I did end up with a great set of dimes which I will be keeping as a momentum but the rest is going to Great Collections over the next few months.
My dimes have $0 of cost (Rank #1 Clad NGC only) as I have sold so many dimes over the years that they ac
I enjoy my Roosevelt dime set 1965 to date Circulation issue with varieties. Wonder why it takes NGC
so long to add coins yearly to the set? I picked up my 2019 P & D dimes and a 2020 D PL dime this weekend
for my set at G. C. Knowing that the 2021 coins are getting graded just makes me wonder when they
are going to add 2020 to the set. I have around 30 dimes for a submission that should get sent in soon.
My set is still missing around 25 coins and has at least 25 coins t
A different time for most of us. As I lost my wife a year ago I stop in once in a while to check up on all of you collectors.
Collecting for me left my mind when my wife passed. I have started a few new small businesses to keep my mind busy and
seem to have no extra time to indulge in bidding for coins to add to my sets. Taking a little time to check ranks
on some sets this morning. Good Luck to those that have worked so hard on their collection for the awards this year.
At the beginning of the year the excitement builds as the first 2019 "W" quarter hunt starts. Huge high bids roll out
as the first hit the auction blocks. With the year almost at the end the 5th "W" coin has not hit the streets yet.
Just for fun I decided to go into the NGC research and check the census report on these rarities.
Rarities --- Not even by a long shot!!!!
Truth is there are so many graded this year by NGC only that I can honestly figure that NGC
Hey Guys and Gals,
My son came over today and had a 36" T V with him. Up to my office he scrambled and started an attack on my old Dell computer. W.T.H. are you doing with my perfect running computer I asked.
It took a while and some old school hook up lines that worked well with new school devices ( the T-V).
I now have monster sized coin pics to view that are so awesome!!
Man, I love that son of mine --- He's Awesome!!!
You know I had to add a pic
I was able to get a nice group of additions to my sets in May.
Great Collections offered many top end coins from Centurion Collection. Although some bids were quite high I was ale to get a few.
I did miss out on getting a Georgia-P quarter. There were 3 of them i MS68 slabs and I missed all 3 of them. Very pleased with the state
quarters I did win last month which put my top pop totals to 55 for that set.
Well till next time ----- Happy Collecting!!!
I have accomplished quite a nice little set of Jefferson nickels over the past few years. I am not one to run around looking for nickels but have been fortunate to get plenty offered as trades over the past few years. This January I was offered around 5 nickels in a value trade of $1000+. Adding those few more just step the set up even more. I enjoy interacting with others sets and helping them get to their goals on their collection. Here are a few of the new members of the Jef
I have been looking the past week and thinking of maybe submitting a few coins. It actually took a while --- like 40 clicks just to shout out here. Obviously everything is not ready yet for direct connecting with this site format. I have seen a few world collectors that have managed to adhere to the new format. Just wondering if there are any U.S. collectors still hanging around before I renew my membership
Thanks ----- Rick