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Has the market imploded yet?

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or has it been business as usual this past week 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

eBay shuttered its windows, Legend's inventory is marked down 50%, and Joan Langbord told the Mint to just keep the damned Saints. yeahok.gif

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or has it been business as usual this past week 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

eBay shuttered its windows, Legend's inventory is marked down 50%, and Joan Langbord told the Mint to just keep the damned Saints. yeahok.gif

 

That's good to know. As long as were still slaves to the TPG's, folks are still geting shanked on EBAY and Laura is still the wannabe slayer I guess I didn't miss anything. yay.gif

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or has it been business as usual this past week 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Business as usual.............someone who must have more money than sense just paid $182.50 for 2004 P&D Peace Medal rolls. The insufficiently_thoughtful_person can get all he wants out of Coin World for about $35.00.

 

Chris

 

By the way, will someone please tell those insufficiently_thoughtful_person sellers who think the codes on the white shipping boxes are indicative of when they were struck that it is just a processing code from the contractor who actually boxes and ships the rolls to the buyers.

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or has it been business as usual this past week 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Business as usual.............someone who must have more money than sense just paid $182.50 for 2004 P&D Peace Medal rolls. The insufficiently_thoughtful_person can get all he wants out of Coin World for about $35.00.

 

Chris

 

By the way, will someone please tell those insufficiently_thoughtful_person sellers who think the codes on the white shipping boxes are indicative of when they were struck that it is just a processing code from the contractor who actually boxes and ships the rolls to the buyers.

 

don't you just love EBAY yeahok.gif

 

Did you get through the huricane allright? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

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it is still the same many getting gang raped in the coin prison and many loving it, at first

 

but when they get the coin clap in the future they will take it out on the innocent coin buyer that they come in contact with telling the coin buyer they only offered them ten cents maybe 50 cents on the dollar or so on the coin originally bought in past times

 

only for the new coin buyer to tell them to take it back to where they originaslly bought it

 

but they cant as the original old coin sellers know not where their former customers or the coins came from but only to tell them the coins are rat turds

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I don't know,I'm still suspended from eBay poke2.gif

 

Was it a 30 day suspension? If so, ride it out. If total suspension, create another ID.

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ah cloud9.gif my tender young collector flowerred.gif

 

it is still the same many getting gang raped in the coin prison and many loving it, at first

 

but when they get the coin clap in the future they will take it out on the innocent coin buyer that they come in contact with telling the coin buyer they only offered them ten cents maybe 50 cents on the dollar or so on the coin originally bought in past times

 

only for the new coin buyer to tell them to take it back to where they originaslly bought it

 

but they cant as the original old coin sellers know not where their former customers or the coins came from but only to tell them the coins are rat turds

 

 

sign-funnypost.gif But yet, so very true!

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or has it been business as usual this past week 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Business as usual.............someone who must have more money than sense just paid $182.50 for 2004 P&D Peace Medal rolls. The insufficiently_thoughtful_person can get all he wants out of Coin World for about $35.00.

 

Chris

 

By the way, will someone please tell those insufficiently_thoughtful_person sellers who think the codes on the white shipping boxes are indicative of when they were struck that it is just a processing code from the contractor who actually boxes and ships the rolls to the buyers.

 

don't you just love EBAY yeahok.gif

 

Did you get through the huricane allright? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

The power was finally restored after 78 hours, but there was no damage to the house. Wilma made landfall near Cape Romano, 50-75 miles south of us. Most of the damage to our region was due to the high winds coming out of the north (from the back side of the hurricane) as she headed inland. The east coast sustained the most damage because of the population density. Fortunately, Cape Romano is a remote area near 10,000 Islands with no population. Clewiston, which is on the south shore of Lake Okeechobee, really got hit hard. The sugar processing plant was heavily damaged and more than half of the sugar crop and cane fields were lost. Nearly all of the U.S. domestic production of sugar (excluding Hawaii) comes from this area.

 

Chris

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Business as usual. Shows the past couple of weeks have been strong. Not quite what they were ealier in the year, but still very robust.

 

Common anything isn't doing anything (trading hands, but for peanuts), while decent or even slightly better anything is still getting scooped up.

 

The shop owners are still hunting coins for regular customers, so they still show demand for many items that they can't locate over the counter, and the larger operations are still very much interested in purchasing anything remotely nice.

 

I will say the the lower end collectors have been very scarce at the last few shows. Seems this is the type of collector that has been pinched the hardest with the rising fuel costs, and impending large winter fuel bills, and they've cut coins out of the budget.

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I thought we got most of our sugar from sugar beets grown in places like Michigan, Montana, North Dakota and Idaho.

 

Only 30 percent of the worlds sugar supply comes from beet sugar. The rest would be sugar cane.

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