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Are You Still Serching For The A Quarters?

Hi. I'm no longer actively serching for the W quarters. I checked Ebay. Three complete sets slabed and graded. Now it's been a year there will be no more. Otherwise we have another false rarity. That's right. Two million of each coin. One hundred and twenty thousand collectors makes this a rare set. The prices are about 500.00. Here i would say that will drop. Not on complete sets. On individual coins. I have said many times they will be out there for years. There are raw sets. Why would you buy them when you can find them? If you can find them . Mokie is right. I see certified coins at 11. 00 dollars. There in the twenty dollar range. These sellers have exchanged thousands looking for whole boxes. Now there stuck. If you want to put a set together this year or next will be the best prices. What do you think?

3 days ago

A few more months and a few more thousands of coins found and those 5 coin sets will be no more than $20.  I can even see the slabbed 64s and 65s going for $50 for a whole set. 

3 days ago

I agree. I would first look the coin over and see if it was worth even sending in. They will be in the Red Book. I can't see prices like that. But you never know. They could give good prices to encourage the program. There are very very few MS 68 find five coins that grade that high. They will probably be 67 and down. I disagree on a few more thousand found. The boxes are all out and people have stopped looking.

3 days ago
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