I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
They are all 2002 & newer. Most of them are in pretty good shape. I also found 3 San Francisco mints, one of them a 1987. What I want to know is, will anybody want these? Should I bother posting them to craigslist or Feebay?
I took your advice & sold 80 Ikes for 130 bucks this week. I was wondering if I can do the same with these.
Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
Originally Posted by cunextuesday
They are all 2002 & newer. Most of them are in pretty good shape. I also found 3 San Francisco mints, one of them a 1987. What I want to know is, will anybody want these? Should I bother posting them to craigslist or Feebay?
I took your advice & sold 80 Ikes for 130 bucks this week. I was wondering if I can do the same with these.
Thanks y'all & HH.
Mr. Reddit Silverbugs Moderator:
NIFCs typically don't go for much unless you get lucky and find a local coin shop guy that'll pay 55c per...or find a sucker on eBay...
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Totals:
FDR Dimes 289
Winged Liberty
Head Dimes 23
Walking Halves 1
JFK 40% Halves
103
JFK 90% Halves
20
Franklin
Halves 2
War Nickels 21
Washington Silver
Quarters 2
Foreign
Silver Dimes
10
Silver Averages:
Dimes: 1.370/box
War Nickels: 0.583/box
Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
Well, you might as well sell them on feebay. Just make sure that you are expecting to get at least 109% of face value, so that you don't take a loss from the selling fees. So if you were selling $50 face, you might set the starting price at $60.
A few months ago, I managed to sell several unopened NIFC rolls (all the same year) that I got from a bank for a reasonable profit. Yours seem more like a mix, so it might be harder.
But there's probably somebody out there who wants 'em!
Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
you did great with those Ike's you sold. Some of you guys sure seem to be able to make a nice profit with those. I sold some Ike's myself last month from a CL ad but my profit was only a little less than 10% but I also sold a couple of rolls of P & D NIFC halves to the same buyer as well - just for a small $2 or $3 profit. It was the first time I've ever sold any NIFC halves and the profit was small but I was able to sell them with some Ike's and the transaction was quick and easy so I was happy.
Since you did so well with the Ike's you might just try another CL ad for the NIFC's and see if you get any responses.
Good luck and HH
2014 results:
Dollars ($136 searched): 1 silver Ike ('76S)
Halves ($58,212 searched): 48 x 90% (12 Bens, 5 Walkers, 1893 commem), 341 x 40% (2 x '68S, '69S, '76S), 4 x '82P no FG's, 2 mag. coins
Nickels ($2500 searched): 21 silver, 14 buffalos ('13 T1, '24, '26, '27, '28, '30S, '36, '36S & 6 nd's), '39S, '05P bison error
Cents: 5 wheat's ('36, '39, '40, 2 x '41 - all free coin counter finds)
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Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
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Thanks for the info. I'm gonna try & list them all for 15 dollars more than face to start & see what happens. Those impaired S mints I'm gonna hold onto for now, till I can get a few more & then try to make a buck on those too. Is the 1987 anything special? I've never found a P or D in the wild.
Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
Originally Posted by namster
Are the S minted coins worth more than face? I have a crap load of them now.
I'm a little confused. I did a little research & it seems that some 90% silver halves were produced for special mint sets. The 1998 S I have looks like a clad. Whats the deal? Can anyone clear this up?
Re: I found 5 rolls of NIFC today. What do I do? (Pic inside)
Originally Posted by cunextuesday
Originally Posted by namster
Are the S minted coins worth more than face? I have a crap load of them now.
I'm a little confused. I did a little research & it seems that some 90% silver halves were produced for special mint sets. The 1998 S I have looks like a clad. Whats the deal? Can anyone clear this up?
Date Mint: # Minted
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1971 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,220,733
1972 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,260,996
1973 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,760,339
1974 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,612,568
1976 S (clad)(proof strike): 7,059,099
1976 S (40% silver): 11,000,000
1976 S (40% silver)(proof strike): 4,000,000
1977 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,251,152
1978 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,127,781
1979 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,677,175
1980 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,554,806
1981 S (clad)(proof strike): 4,063,083
1982 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,857,479
1983 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,279,126
1984 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,065,110
1985 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,362,821
1986 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,010,497
1987 P: 2,890,758
1987 D: 2,890,758
1987 S (clad)(proof strike): 4,227,728
1988 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,262,948
1989 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,220,194
1990 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,299,559
1991 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,867,787
1992 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,858,981
1992 S (silver)(proof strike): 1,317,579
1993 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,633,439
1993 S (silver)(proof strike): 761,353
1994 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,484,594
1994 S (silver)(proof strike): 785,329
1995 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,117,496
1995 S (silver)(proof strike): 679,985
1996 S (clad)(proof strike): 1,750,244
1996 S (silver)(proof strike): 775,021
1997 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,055,000
1997 S (silver)(proof strike): 741,678
1998 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,086,507
1998 S (silver)(proof strike): 878,792
1999 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,543,401
1999 S (silver)(proof strike): 804,565
2000 S (clad)(proof strike): 3,082,483
2000 S (silver)(proof strike): 965,421
2001 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,294,909
2001 S (silver)(proof strike): 889,697
2002 P: 3,100,000
2002 D: 2,500,000
2002 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,319,766
2002 S (silver)(proof strike): 892,229
2003 P: 2,500,000
2003 D: 2,500,000
2003 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,172,684
2003 S (silver)(proof strike): 1,125,755
2004 P: 2,900,000
2004 D: 2,900,000
2004 S (clad)(proof strike): 1,789,488
2004 S (silver)(proof strike): 1,175,934
2005 P: 3,800,000
2005 D: 3,500,000
2005 S (clad)(proof strike): 2,275,000
2005 S (silver)(proof strike): 1,069,679
2006 P: 2,400,000
2006 D: 2,000,000
2006 S (proof strike): 2,000,428
2006 S (silver)(proof strike): 1,054,008
2007 P: 2,400,000
2007 D: 2,400,000
2007 S (clad)(proof strike): 1,384,797
2007 S (silver)(proof strike): 875,050
2008 P: 1,700,000
2008 D: 1,700,000
2008 S (clad)(proof strike): 1,377,424
2008 S (silver)(proof strike): 620,684
2009 P: 1,900,000
2009 D: 1,900,000
2010 P: 1,700,000
2010 D: 1,800,000
2011 P: 1,700,000
2011 D: 1,750,000