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Liquidation Sale: Silver, Gold, and a few type coins

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I’m heading back to school in a few weeks, and I’m looking to make my holdings a little more liquid since I seem to be home less and less frequently. I’ve priced the bullion a bit below APMEX prices; remember you’ll be saving on their exorbitant shipping charges as well.


Terms: All bullion sales final. Numismatic items can be returned for 7 days from receipt; please notify me first if there are any problems. Shipping is by Priority Mail Insured (First Class for inexpensive items) to be paid by the buyer. I accept checks, money orders, and PayPal (+3%). References and additional photos are available upon request.





(3) BU .999 1oz Silver Eagles (2 2006, 1 2005) – $44 each


(9) 2010 .9999 1oz Canadian Maple Leaves in mint tube – $396


(1) 5oz .999 Sunshine Minting Bar (Not in original packaging, some spotting) – $210


(4) .999 1oz Mexican Libertads (2 1984, 2 1985) – $44 each


(3) 2011 .9999 1oz Vienna Philharmonics – $44 each


(2) 2011 .9999 1oz Canadian Timberwolves – $54 each


(1) 2006 .9999 1/2oz Canadian Timberwolf – $29


(20) .900 Morgan/Peace Silver Dollars in a square tube (These are not junk; the Morgans were originally part of a date set I was working on and are pleasant original VF/XF. Dates are as follows.) – $720


Morgan: 1878, 1879S, 1879O, 1881O, 1882, 1884, 1887, 1898, 1891O, 1896O, 1897, 1900O, 1901O, 1921; Peace: (2) 1922, 1923, (2) 1924, 1925


(3) Rolls ($10 face) circulated Walking Liberty Halves in square tubes – $305 each


(1) Roll ($10 face) circulated Franklin Halves in square tubes – $300 each


(1) Roll ($10 face) circulated Washington Quarters – $300 each


(1) Roll ($5 face) circulated dimes, 25 Roosevelt & 25 Mercury – $150 each




1997 1/2oz .9999 Vienna Philharmonic – $875


1998 1/10oz .9999 Canadian Maple Leaf (Family of Eagles Privy Mark, original, maybe aftermarket, packaging) – $190




1832 Capped Bust Dime: VF20 - $55

This is a very original circulated piece with splendid eye appeal. The only detractor is the small, ancient nick on Liberty's shoulder.




1838 Capped Bust Half: VF30 - $160

A dark and very original example of the reeded edge "HALF DOL." type.




1902 Barber Half: VF 25 - $70

A great example of a mid grade in a series where nice examples are tough to find above "Fine".






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good luck with school zack (thumbs u


also i see silver is up close to a buck and gold way up since you posted this which makes your prices GREAT deals



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