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Odds and ends: WLH Necklace, 5-Coin Mercury Set, 1927 $2.5 Gold, Bulk Proof Sets

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Most of my collection is going to GC to finance various projects I'm working on. These are a few remaining odds and ends I'd be willing to sell here. Many I'm not sure of the value of, so feel free to make an offer if you like.

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Classic coins / miscellaneous:

* Walking Liberty necklace (1943), colored. $25. This has been hanging on my wall for decades now. :) The chain is 24" long and I believe is sterling silver (the clasp says 925). The silver components are a little more tarnished (er, toned) than they look in the pictures. The coin's surface has a sort of sandblasted texture under the coloring. The plastic capsule is a little scratched, but it may be a normal Kointain holder, in which case I could supply another one; ask if you want me to check.


* 5-coin Philadelphia Mercury dime short set, in flips. $50. (They're not in the Capital holder shown any more, and this is for only the P issues, but these are the only pictures I have on hand. Click to open them full size.) I don't really have a clear idea of their value, but I'm going with $10 each.


* Mostly complete clad Roosevelt dime set to 1992. Business strikes mainly circulated, missing only 1973-D, plus all proofs from 1970 - 1992. $75. My grandfather assembled the set. They're in plastic slides taken out of his album, but you'll probably want to find better holders for them. There's some haze on the proofs; I think the slides are vinyl. A few are toned a pretty bluish color.

* 1927 $2.5 Indian, NGC AU 58. $340. I bought this a good while ago and submitted it myself. Pretty frost on the Indian's neck.


* 1976-S bicentennial silver mint set. $40. Set of three coins, all from the same original set.


Bulk proof sets:

* Group of partial 2013-2014 clad proof sets I ordered from the mint (I bought them for a few of the quarters for themed sets I was making; this is what I haven't sold yet of the rest). $180. Most coins are in good condition, with a few typical minor defects as received (the nickels in this batch have a few more marks than usual). I could split these into lots by year if you prefer.

- 2013: (9) complete main lenses (5 coins each; 1 dollar coin has a spot and a scratch) + (2) partial lenses (the 3 clad coins only, see second picture, except one also includes a cent with a spot) + (2) very partial lenses (only the dime and nickel).

- 2014: (3) partial clad lenses (missing the cent) and (4) very partial silver lenses (with no silver coins left); see last two pictures.



* Several clad proof quarter rolls from 2012-2014; see my website or ask for details.

America the Beautiful quarters:

* Mint-sealed circulating-quality rolls:
  - 2012-S Chaco (PL3). $35. (two available)
  - 2012-S Hawaii (PL7). $35.
  - 2013-P-D-S White Mountain 3-roll set (TC2). $55.
  - 2013-S White Mountain (WC5). $25. (two available)


5 ounce silver America the Beautiful bullion coins:

* Several PL / DMPL / DPL graded El Yunques and Chacos, listed in my other threads linked in my signature. The Chacos are really neat, with almost perfectly reflective obverses.

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