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I have the following unicorn coins to sell: 1994 unicorn proof set: 1/4 gold , 1/10 gold , 1/20 gold and 1 oz silver and the grade are ngc69uc, pcgs69, pcgs69 , pcgs69. With box...............1450. 1996 unicorn 1oz gold proof coin ngc pf68uc: ...3700. 1995 unicorn 1oz gold proof coin ngc pf62uc: ......
- Sat Feb 23, 2019 7:35 pm
- Forum: 1 dollar
- Topic: 2017 SILVER DOLLAR 150TH ANNIVERSARY ERROR
- Replies: 6
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I shot a round of 5-stand at Silver Dollar in Feb. of this year. I think that was 7.50. Cant tell you anything about the trap or skeet prices.
Q: Are you aware that Ryan Elliot took customer submitted books off site, left them in his truck unattended, and then brought them into a local comic shop and graded them there?
I used to win a lot of bets as a child by saying bet you I can pick up a nickel with a magnet. And as a US nickel is mostly copper they would take the bet. And I would win the bet with a Canadian nickel.
- Wed Jan 30, 2019 7:16 am
- Forum: Grading Help
- Topic: Another NGC Grading Masterpiece
- Replies: 5
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When buying a coin, I personally prefer PCGS grading for cents, because they have, in my opinion, more stringent standards for making the grade. As a seller, that might work against you, but I think that more people want PCGS grading than NGC for pennies. Even if you get a lower grade with PCGS than...