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Wisconsin quarters

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Do you think that it would be better to sell them as a set of 2 or 3? Or Should they be done as singles? Thanks,Jane


Eagle Eye Rare Coins is advertising the 3-coin set in the June 6 issue of Coin World , p.26: NGC MS65 - $599; NGC MS66 - $799.


Coast to Coast Coins is advertising the 3-coin set in the June 13 issue, p.37: Raw - $450.


This is just to give you a starting point. I have no idea what auction results may be, but I would definitely sell them as a 3-coin set. I wouldn't be surprised if the sale of one set would give you a substantial return on your ENTIRE INVESTMENT . More and more of them have been surfacing. NGC, alone, has graded 1,028 of the High Leaf and 433 of the Low Leaf (April figures). Who knows how many have yet to be graded and are still in the hands of collectors and dealers like Coast to Coast. You can test the eBay market with one set. If it goes well, fine. If it doesn't, and you want to unload them, don't get greedy. Put a BIN on them and be satisfied with 20,000-40,000% profit.



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