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buckeyecoins

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About buckeyecoins

  • Birthday 15/06/1979

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  1. for sale NGC PF70 Coins for Sale

    2011-P American Silver Eagle Reverse Proof - graded PF70 by NGC (Early Releases) Asking $360 USD, offers welcome. Shipping to anywhere in U.S. $4. Will ship internationally but it won't be cheap (please PM me for cost). 2012-S American Silver Eagle Reverse Proof - graded PF70 by NGC (Early Releases) Asking $140 USD, offers welcome. Shipping to anywhere in U.S. $4. Will ship internationally but it won't be cheap (please PM me for cost). 2015 Great Britain Silver Britannia Proof - graded PF70 UCAM by NGC (Early Releases) Asking $150 USD, offers welcome. Shipping to anywhere in U.S. $4. Will ship internationally but it won't be cheap (please PM me for cost). 2017 Republic of Chad African Lion Proof - graded PF70 UCAM by NGC (Early Releases) Asking $65 USD, offers welcome. Shipping to anywhere in U.S. $4. Will ship internationally but it won't be cheap (please PM me for cost). 2016 Australia Wedge-Tailed Eagle High Relief Proof - graded PF70 UCAM by NGC Label signed by John M. Mercanti, Designer Asking $90 USD, offers welcome. Shipping to anywhere in U.S. $4. Will ship internationally but it won't be cheap (please PM me for cost).
  2. silver price by 2020

    Glad I'm not the only one. Seems nothing I buy ever goes up in value (not even my house!).
  3. The most beautiful thing I’ve ever owned!!

    That is one huge coin. Is that the highest denomination coin minted by RCM?
  4. Do You insure Your Stack / Collection ?

    In the U.S. some insurers offer "Valuable Personal Property" insurance, which is how I insure my collection. Not sure if that is available in the U.K. or other countries.
  5. If you think $1400 is a good deal, then you'll find (usually overpriced) APMEX even better: https://www.apmex.com/product/4909/1986-w-1-oz-proof-gold-american-eagle-w-box-coa If the coin you are looking at is a certified 70 then yes I'd say $1400 is a great price, otherwise you'll be hard pressed to make much if your intent is to flip it.
  6. Periodic table rounds

    Isn't this a lawsuit waiting to happen? I mean some of these elements would be radioactive and/or reactive if they come into contact.
  7. Periodic table rounds

    It will be interesting to see how they make an oxygen coin. Frozen? (Edit: Perhaps they are excluding the gas elements as those would be hard to make into a solid form)
  8. Stolen goods - please read

    Also if any of the items were certified you can report them to the certifying company (e.g. NGC/PCGS) and they will flag them as stolen.
  9. Stolen goods - please read

    @mrgristle Was your collection insured?
  10. Today I Received

    Around $240 USD on eBay. If only you could get them at face value!!
  11. Today I Received

    Mercury Dime 100th Anniversary Gold
  12. How ridiculous is this getting?

    There are people who collect watches, and for all I know there may already be a third party company that assesses the condition and gives it a grade. I wouldn't be surprised.
  13. How ridiculous is this getting?

    Don't get me wrong I think these things are cool as well. So I guess having the queen effigy and a denomination stamped on it makes it a "coin"?
  14. There has been speculation that "Bay Precious Metals" is actually an eBay-owned company, but I've never seen any proof of that.
  15. How ridiculous is this getting?

    Appears these have been out for a while but it's the first time I've seen them: https://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-Tuvalu-1-Star-Trek-50th-Anniv-Delta-1oz-Silver-Proof-Coin-PCGS-PR70DCAM/172972679716 I find it ridiculous enough that these are considered "coins" in any sense of the word, but what baffles me even more is why the grading services deem them to be gradable? It's getting to the point where I could send in my wrist watch and they would take my money, grade it, and put it in a slab.