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Lindeman

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  1. A worthy resurrection@morezone! Simple hopes for 2017- actually several purchases I should have done in the last 12 months to be honest (always waiting in vain for gold to drop below £800 !). 2016 RM Bullion 1 oz lunar Monkey 2017 RM Bullion lunar Rooster (even though it's a lousy design) 1/4 ounce QB gold - whatever follows the Griffin. Silver next QB Bullion. Pile of 2 ouncers. Some more 1 oz platinum (Eagle)and palladium. Some more SA sovereigns and shieldback Sydney sovs to progress a set of years. 2017 Libertad proofs - silver and 1/4 gold - especially if it's a new design. Just saw it today from Scottsdale - but already want one to go with the antiqued silver one - a Chad King Tut gold piece. Some missing year Morgan's. That's probably enough for one year... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Interesting perspective on the passing generation of collectors Pampfan and the availability of good Morgans. True that when I occasionally visit the LCS when visiting the US (usually NJ or CA) there are no shortage of them - including the cased GSAs. Tempting to try the CC date run - not even sure why they attract such attention - I think for us European babyboomers we grew up watching Westerns and so CC sounds like an exotic old wild west town. After all it's still less than an ounce of silver - but that opens up the whole psychology of collecting [emoji3][emoji3]‼ if it's true that younger US collectors are less dedicated to old US coins than their predecessors that's good news for us in the rest of the world... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Numi - once again thanks on behalf of all of us for helping us grade our precious coins ! So happy to see so many great results for you and the Forum members. Well pleased with my QB Lions [emoji3], with a nice trio of MS70s and one MS69. That's it for me on that gold quarter QB! Just need to keep the series going now.... Lindeman (a former grading sceptic...now converted) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Glad to see the Morgan Dollar fans on the Forum!! thanks for comments. Micky - as usual it depends on the grade and also the relative mintages, but all things equal the CC Morgans can be 2-3X more expensive than a P Morgan for example. That's the case for an average mintages year - like the 1890 and 1891 I showed here, partly because the initial CC mintages were 2.3M and 1.6M, about 5x lower than the the other US mints for those years. Steve. - I agree on the futility of going fir the complete set....too much effort &$$ needed! Gilver - much as I do like great condition MS coins, I also love a CC Morgan, even the lesser grades. Happy Morgan hunting folks! Lindeman
  5. Just wanted to share my views on Morgans, and to see if there are others out there that have the full date run? I am trying from 1878 to 14, plus1921, but stuck with some tough years - 1893 and 1895. I have a mixed bunch of mintmarks - covering Philadelphia (no mintmark), San Francisco (S), New Orleans (O) and the nostalgic ones from Carson City (CC). Oddly given the crazy high mintages from all sites in 1921 before the switch to the Peace Dollar, I don't have yet a 1921 Denver, though that should not be too hard to source . Tempting though it is, I am not attempting the full set - of all years / mintmarks. I might try to accumulate a date run of CC Morgans though - as they capture the imagination of collectors worldwide. Just in case anyone hasn't seen a Morgan in hand - here is a nice picture of the 1890 and 1891 CC Morgans side by side. Yes - the critics are right in that the design stayed the same and Liberty is no beauty, but there is something great about the substantial look and feel of these silver pieces of history. Oh - and because part of the appeal is the wide range of toning and ageing, you can handle them without worrying about the modern blight of milk spots! Having said that I keep mine in AirTite DF capsules ...just let these two out for a photo session. Enjoy. Anyone else a Morgan fan here ? Lindeman
  6. for sale

    Engelhard bar please! Pmd lindeman
  7. 1890 CC Morgan
  8. for sale

    Bump - Prices reduced : Price including U.K.Delivery (first class, signed) is £25. If non-UK delivery required, will be £27. Thanks ! PM if interested.
  9. for sale

    Bump - Prices reduced : Price including U.K.Delivery (first class, signed) is £25. If non-UK delivery required, will be £27. Thanks ! PM if interested.
  10. Another 1921 Morgan silver dollar, this one from the San Francisco Mint, provided in a coin flip. These iconic silver dollars are 90% silver. I am selling this one only as it's a duplicate in my collection. Some nice toning/aging, although Liberty does look to have a blackened eye & cheek! Price including U.K.Delivery (first class, signed) is £30. If non-UK delivery required, will be £32. Payment will be PayPal Friends & Family. Lindeman
  11. for sale

    Sold to Mariner1961- thanks
  12. Here we have a nice 1922 silver Peace dollar, from the San Francisco Mint, provided in a coin flip. These iconic silver dollars are 90% silver. I am selling this one only as it's a duplicate in my collection! Price including U.K.Delivery (first class, signed) is £30. If non-UK delivery required, will be £32. Payment will be PayPal Friends & Family. Lindeman
  13. for sale

    Will PM you - thanks
  14. Here we have a nice 1921 Morgan silver dollar, from the Philadelphia Mint, provided in a coin flip. These iconic silver dollars are 90% silver. I am selling this one only as it's a duplicate in my collection. Price including U.K.Delivery (first class, signed) is £30. If non-UK delivery required, will be £32. Payment will be PayPal Friends & Family. Lindeman
  15. FH. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk