1,010 U. S. COIN GRAB BAGS - MOSTLY 100 YEARS AND OLDER

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 24,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction
That's right, most of these coins are 100 years and older, with many dating in the 1800s!! Due to time and labor constraints we continue to have to dump most of our new purchases into bins and boxes. This gave us the idea to start selling our very popular grab bags! Many of our customers and other dealers have been buying these for years, so we know they're happy and we want everyone to keep coming back for more. We simply have tens of thousands of coins that would cost us too much time and money to sift through and sort. Grades will range from fair to as high as nearly perfect, Gem Uncirculated, MS 67 or better. We don't buy anything unless it's a great deal and unless the coin has a full readable date with most major details showing. At these low prices, many will probably be average circulated to above average circulated, and many will grade Very Good to Extremely Fine. Of course, we can't guarantee specific dates and grades, but we can guarantee these are unsearched for varities and will be a lot of fun. Each bag will start off with at least one silver dollar dated in the 1800s and will include lots of old Liberty silver half dollars, quarters and dimes along with early 1800s coins, Liberty nickels in the 1800s, a few better date type coins in the early 1900s, such as Buffalo Nickels, Mercury Dimes, Standing Quarters and Walking Halves, older Seated Liberty Coins, mostly from the 1840s to 1880s, large cents, two cent pieces and/or three cent pieces, early and scarce date Lincoln Cents, Indian cents in the 1800s, along with an occasional interesting or unattributed oddity, error coin, or antique token or medal. Larger bags of 400 or more will even include even more valuable coins such as half cents, bust coins of the 1796 to 1838 period, or even a coin or two from the Colonies of the 1600s and 1700s!! In short, we save time and money by not listing these and can pass the savings on to others by increasing our volume of sales and turnover. We buy only what we think is worth buying, so each bag will have an approximate retail value of double our low wholesale prices. Just to make sure these are one of the best deals, we will throw into a coin with an appraised retail value of at least $25 or more each, one such coin for every 50 coins purchased. That brings your cost down to less than a dollar each for all the other neat and valuable coins included. Plus, no two grab bags are exactly the same, so the more you order, the more different certified coins you get and the more great deals you receive..
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