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When I see stuff like this....

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Two comments: first of all, when the coins were made into jewelry, they may have had little numismatic premium. Maybe it was done in the 1960s, perhaps? confused-smiley-013.gif Second, perhaps more importantly, there is little market for numismatically impaired common coins. Personally, I think a perfectly appropriate place to put dateless Buffalo nickels and Standing Liberty quarters is in belt buckles, bracelets, whatever. If anything, it gets more exposure for such coins that should otherwise just end up in the melting pot.



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It's what I've done with most of my coins, and it makes me feel better in the moment makepoint.gifinsane.gif.


I enjoyed the description quite a bit. 27_laughing.gif I love how the seller emphasized how RARE these beated to [#@$%!!!] coins are. flamed.gif Now, if they'd only do this with some 1794 dollars, I'd feel quite a bit better. yay.gif



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