BlackArrowCoin's Blog

30 Mar 2023

my mystery coins

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hello fellow coin collectors, Today I have a mystery for you...

07 Jan 2023

All the cents that built America! PART 2 OF 2. From BlackArrowCoin

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Hello again, here's the conclusion to last blog post...

14 Sep 2022

all my new coins!

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hi guys! If you like awesome coins read this blog!So I went to that pawn shop that i talk about in my last blog and got some awesome stuff!first I got those indian heads for a dollar each, I choose better condition for resale and some that I needed for my collection.Next I got some from the c50 bin and took everything except a bent 1902 indian cent, there was a 1860 indian head cent, a 1826 Morton head large cent with a hole but still worth $10 on eBay, and the rest were just indian heads.Next I looked in the $5 bin found a 1853 large cent and 1866 two cent pieceI saw a 1817 morton head large cent for only $8. That was the last one, I went to pay still unsure wether I had enough cash or not. The total was $44.50 not bad when some of the coins were worth $40 on eBay. My mane mission was to find a twenty cent piece, they had one, but for $120.I have a friend how runs an estate sale business and sheeted me she had a coin she wanted to give me, the next time I saw her she gave me the coin. its a 1788 coin I'm not sure were its from but its a token not a coin.Thanks for reading if you liked this read my other post or follow and get the scoop.

07 Sep 2022

Today’s the day!

| BlackArrowCoin

Today is the day!I’m going to get some new coins at a pawn shop in phoenix it’s my favorite! ❤️ I’m planning to get some for me and some to sell, to of set the cost. First they have some Indian head cent piece for a dollar each and taking them all so I can take the ones I need and sell some for two dollars each, then take some out of a bin that’s only five dollars each coin, and probably going to get some notes there as well. It’s my favorite pawn shop because they have great deals and are negotiable. One of my best finds is a 1853 half dime for five dollars I went there just for that coin, next I got these two silver/star notes for 5$, and that’s for two.If know of any coins that are valuable put it in the commentsThank you 😊


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