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eBay auctions, including some of my Ivey-Selkirk coins

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Here's some stuff I've been listing the past week - nothing expensive, just decent type coins for the most part, and a few certified coins. Next week, I'll be dumping quite a few certified coins (many NGC) that I've grown tired of.


James's eBay auctions


One of the items for sale is a 1921-D Morgan dollar that I grade MS-63, but it has outstanding, original paper-envelope toning that is pretty rare for the issue. Also listed is a 1904-O Morgan dollar that bears the most conservative grade I've ever seen .... you'll have to look at it to see what I mean.


Many of these coins are from the Ivey-Selkirk auction that I discussed here on the forum a couple of months ago.


THANKS for looking! hail.gif



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An awesome selection of coin from one of eBay's best sellers! thumbsup2.gif


The only negative thing that I have to say, is that it sure is annoying when you don't list the denomination in your auction title frustrated.gif

Take for example this listing:


"1951-S, from St. Louis estate, B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L, 1cNR!

Brilliant sunset-orange color Kraft-envelope toning !!"


It sounds to me like a cent screwy.gif


Good luck on your auction James,and hopefully I'll be able to take a few of those toners off your hands devil.gif


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