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I picked up the 1993 Bill of Rights set, which contains the proof half dollar, the dollar, James Madison bronze medal and stamp. The set with two silver coins, 1.5 ounces, cost me $30.61. If you are paying attention to the spot price, of $26, that's under melt value even at their 90% content. What's interesting is that many deals such as this exist on a daily basis because some don't take this into account when selling commemoratives, rather listing them at prices based on popularity.  Not that it was bought as an investment, although heavily toned and high mintage strikes would be. Which is a win for anyone looking close enough.

18 days ago

That's happens many many times.. In cases like that you sell your whole.collection at once and hope you get a very nice buyer. Sometimes you can sell the coins that are worthselling.. My collection is going to my kids. They can split it or sell on ebay. And get lucky people who  need the coins I have. After 27 years there are a few. . We collect not based on melt.  We collect because of coins we like. We don't care about menlt at thetime. If we did we wouldn't buy anything.


18 days ago

Something similar.  Bought a presidential Jimmy Carter set for $45 and found the small coin had 45 grains of 10K gold worth $70.  Sweet.

16 days ago

Outstanding! Just have to look where other's do not.

15 days ago

Great pick up. You have to look. Deals are out there, just have to be patient and keep looking. 

14 days ago

WOW!

14 days ago

Cool!

12 days ago

Sounds like a great find!   ; )

12 days ago

Well done. Thanks for the hint.

12 days ago
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