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    This October I am haunting for some silver and gold - EE's monthly thread

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    2 Boxes of halves done, both skunks.

    Searched through the silver plate and found 2 unmarked sterling spoons one marked one I must have missed. 2.1680 oz

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    Found a 10k ring for sale on Facebook, went and picked it up.

    10k wedding band sz 7 3/4 ($30.00/0.0349)

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    Box 1: Skunked
    Box 2: Skunked
    Box 3: Skunked
    Box 4: 5/40% - 1/Ben
    Box 5: Skunked

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    Silver coin bracelet ($9.00/1.1507)

    Sterling charm bracelet($5.00/0.5433)

    2 - 1/20 12k GF Bracelets ($1.00/0.0072)

    17k Dental gold ($1.00/0.0865)

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    Didnt get anything I intended to get, glad these coins were there otherwise it would have been a bust. I lost a little money on Sunday, a few coins I purchased in the lot I missed the dates by 1 year so they were not silver like I expected. over all for the weekend I made a measily $39 in silver melt. I do have a 1857 flying eagle cent that came mixed in with the lot of coins that should go for $45 at auction. The Russian spoon should go for about $22 on Ebay. so over all I didnt do too bad but no where near to par that I am used to seeing when it comes to profits. I did good with the dental gold and that made my weekend.

    Russian Guilded spoon ($1.00/0.0981)

    7 - Canadian dimes 80%
    1 - canadian dime 50%
    5 - Canadian Quarter 80%
    1 - Canadian Half Dollar 80%

    2 - 1943 Australia 3 Pence (0.0419)
    4 - 1941 Australia 6 pence (0.0839/0.3356)

    1 - 1900 Curacao 1/4 Gulden (0.0737)

    1 - 1926 Germany 1 Reichmark (0.0804)
    1 - 1972 Germany Olympic Silver Coin (0.3115)

    1 - 1945 India 1/4 Rupee (0.0469)

    1 - 1958 italy 500 Lira (0.2953)

    1 - 1952 Lebanon 50 Piastres (0.0965)

    1 - 1951 Mexico 15 Centavos (0.0321)
    1 - 1960 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1961 mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1962 mexico 1 peso 16g .100 (0.0514)

    3 - 1937 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.0864)..............($121.50/5.4418)
    1 - 1941 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1942 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    8 - 1943 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.2304)
    1 - 1944 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1918 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)
    2 - 1941 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737/0.1474)
    1 - 1943 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)

    1 - 1944S Philippines 50 centavos (0.2411)

    1 - 1896 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    1 - 1913 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1916 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1918 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1919 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1932 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1915 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0895)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1929 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1936 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0453/0.0906)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    3 - 1939 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453/0.1359)
    1 - 1940 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1941 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1942 United Kingdom 6 pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 1 Shilling (0.0910)


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    October TOTALS
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    Found
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    5 - 40% Kennedy Half
    1 - Ben Franklen

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    1.1012 oz for $3.00 or $2.72 oz
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    Auction/Antique store/Coin Shop/Garage Sale
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    3 Sterling Spoons 2 scrap one J Mix ($0.00/2.1680) - Last month missed

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    Silver coin bracelet ($9.00/1.1507)...|==>($14.00/1.6940) - Auction
    Sterling charm bracelet($5.00/0.5433)./

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    Russian Guilded spoon ($1.00/0.0981)

    7 - Canadian dimes 80%
    1 - Canadian dime 50%
    5 - Canadian Quarter 80%
    1 - Canadian Half Dollar 80%

    2 - 1943 Australia 3 Pence (0.0419)
    4 - 1941 Australia 6 pence (0.0839/0.3356)

    1 - 1900 Curacao 1/4 Gulden (0.0737)

    1 - 1926 Germany 1 Reich-mark (0.0804)
    1 - 1972 Germany Olympic Silver Coin (0.3115)

    1 - 1945 India 1/4 Rupee (0.0469)

    1 - 1958 Italy 500 Lira (0.2953)

    1 - 1952 Lebanon 50 Piastres (0.0965)

    1 - 1951 Mexico 15 Centavos (0.0321)
    1 - 1960 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1961 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1962 Mexico 1 peso 16g .100 (0.0514)

    3 - 1937 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.0864)..............($121.50/5.4418)
    1 - 1941 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1942 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    8 - 1943 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.2304)
    1 - 1944 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1918 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)
    2 - 1941 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737/0.1474)
    1 - 1943 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)

    1 - 1944S Philippines 50 centavos (0.2411)

    1 - 1896 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    1 - 1913 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1916 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1918 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1919 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1932 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1915 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0895)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1929 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1936 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0453/0.0906)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    3 - 1939 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453/0.1359)
    1 - 1940 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1941 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1942 United Kingdom 6 pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 1 Shilling (0.0910)

    Total purchased 9.3038 oz for $135.50 or $14.56 oz

    October totals 10.4050 oz for $138.50 or $13.31 oz

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    Gold
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    10k wedding band sz 7 3/4 ($30.00/0.0349) - Facebook Purchase

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    17k Dental gold ($1.00/0.0865) - Auction

    Total gold purchased 0.1214 oz for $31.00 or $255.35 an oz
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    Total money on gold and silver spent in October : $170.50 - 10-7-13
    Total value between gold and silver in October : $393.09

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    SOLD
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    Nothing Yet

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    3.5492 away from 2013 goal of 468 oz

    2.7230 oz past this years end gold goal of 2 oz ( Not counting Gold Filled in total )

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    October 2013 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    7 of 28 BOXES - - - - - - - - - -5/40% - /90% - 1/F - /W - /B : 1.1012 oz - 6 Skunks
    Average:- - - - - - - - - - 0.71/40% - 0.14/90% : 0.1573oz : Skunk Avg 86%

    October 2012 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    25 BOXES - - - - - - - - - 23/40% - 03/90% - /F - /W - 0/B : 4.14868 oz - 18 Skunks
    Average: - - - - - - - - 0.92/40% - 0.12/90% : 0.1794 oz : Skunk Avg 72%
    Last edited by The_EE; Oct 08, 2013 at 05:24 AM.

  2. #2
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    Looking through the foreign coins and seperating out the Canadians and I found a 1925 Nickel worth about $88-$120 and a 1955 Penny worth $140-$240.

    Once I have more time and more importantly space, I will be sorting out all the coins by country and start trying to find their values to sell later in the future.

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    I dont know about you but i hate looking at numismatic values. I just like finding the stuff. But i guess somebody has to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by billionaire View Post
    I dont know about you but i hate looking at numismatic values. I just like finding the stuff. But i guess somebody has to do it
    I plan on reselling so I can reinvest into my retirement fund.

    As of right now, my averages on Silver and Gold are as follows.

    Silver: $2.31 profit on every $1 spent
    Gold: $7.05 profit on every $1 spent

    Any sales of foreign coins are basically free money as I have the costs of their purchased tied into the silver I purchased with them so its all profit for me which I can multiply 2-7 times.

    Unfortunately I had to fix my car this week and I have spent about $600 of my auction money on the car. Not sure what my plans are for this weekend which has lowered my available funds by quite a bit. So many good auction but I dont want to deplete my funds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_EE View Post
    Looking through the foreign coins and seperating out the Canadians and I found a 1925 Nickel worth about $88-$120 and a 1955 Penny worth $140-$240.

    Once I have more time and more importantly space, I will be sorting out all the coins by country and start trying to find their values to sell later in the future.
    I'm looking on ebay at canadian cents 1955 - what's the rarity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoinFetcher View Post
    I'm looking on ebay at canadian cents 1955 - what's the rarity?
    Sorry, been super busy.

    Coins and Canada - 1 cent 1955 - Canadian coins price guide and values

    I am starting to lean to the 1955 not being the NSF rarity but I will check some other pennies I have to confirm.

    I may have a couple large purchases and sales in the next day or two so I will hold off on my update until that is over.

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    16 gold filled watch cases, $253 paid, 0.3443 worth of gold

    two .800 watch cases, paid $19.00 and 1.5754 worth of silver

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    Box 1: Skunked
    Box 2: Skunked
    Box 3: Skunked
    Box 4: Skunked
    Box 5: 1/90%
    Box 6: Skunked

    Purchased these at auction

    10k Pink stone ring - ($35.00/0.0349)
    10k Mothersday ring - ($10.00/0.0362)

    Purchased this at auction as well but afterwords. Friend and two ladies were bidding on it, one of the ladies won it for $120, she was going to sell it to the other lady, the other lady found out the diamonds were not real, didnt want it. So she was going to take it to the local coin shop to scrap it. I told her that she would only get about $32 for it and I would give her $50. She sold me the ring. Easy $11 profit. Its missing 2 stones and its destination is the scrapper with a lot of my scrap to reinvest it into more shiny metals.

    10k dinner ring CZ - ($50.00/0.0483)

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    Sterling Spoon ($5.00/0.2885)
    Americas Tribute Thomas Jefferson $1 coin ($17.00/.7735)

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    Broken Sterling Bracelet ($1.00/0.1487)
    Sterling Chain ($3.00/0.4431)

    14k Earrings ($1.00/0.0169)
    14k italy necklace ($53.00/0.0843)
    14k Pendant ($1.00/0.0187)

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    Sold all my 10k and 14k scrap.

    Didnt come out the karat I had expected but usually it doesnt.

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    02 - $000 - 10k Ring no stones (0.0161)
    03 - $000 - 10k broken necklace (0.0067)
    04 - $000 - Broken Necklace (0.0121)
    05 - $000 - Broken Necklace (0.0845)
    06 - $003 - PTA pin (0.0241)
    07 - $000 - 10k scrap (0.0241)
    08 - $001 - 10k Scrap Chain (0.0054)
    09 - $001 - 10k Cameo Ring (0.0375)
    10 - $050 - 10 Dinner ring (0.0483)

    01 - $001 - 12k melted down locket (0.0053)

    01 - $055 - 14k Broken Necklace (0.0431)
    02 - $040 - 14k white gold ring (0.0544)
    03 - $040 - 14k Yellow no stone (0.0350)
    04 - $040 - 14k White no stone (0.0408)
    05 - $001 - 14k Earring posts (0.0058)
    06 - $001 - 14k Ear Ring cleaned (0.0150)
    07 - $240 - 14k pen nibs (0.1443)
    08 - $033 - 14k ring no stones (0.0338)
    09 - $001 - 14k Ring no stones (0.0292)
    10 - $007 - 14k Broken necklace (0.0112)
    11 - $020 - 14k Pen Nibs (0.0350)
    12 - $000 - 14k Earrings attached clasp (0.0187)
    13 - $002 - 14k gold ring no stone (0.0787)
    14 - $001 - 14k Broken Necklace (0.0319)
    15 - $000 - Two 14k watches front (0.0712)
    16 - $000 - Two 14k Watch backs (0.0487)
    17 - $001 - 14kp chain tangled (0.0094)
    18 - $000 - 14k scrap- (0.0356)
    19 - $002 - 14k Pen Nib (0.0169)
    20 - $025 - 14k necklace Broken (0.0187)
    21 - $001 - $14k Earrings scrap (0.009)
    22 - $000 - 14kp Ring scrap (0.0225)
    23 - $001 - 14k Ear ring (0.0225)
    24 - $008 - 2 14k pen nibs (0.0414)
    25 - $002 - 14k Chain (0.0120)
    26 - $001 - 14k Nib: (0.0094)
    27 - $001 - 14k Earrings (0.0169)

    Paid $611 for 1.3289 total oz and sold it for $1899.55.

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    SILVER
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    I also sold a large handful of silver at a good price, going to re-buy in with one 100 oz bar and five 10 oz bars when the price is right.

    393 - Merc Dime (28.4139)
    371 - Roosevelt Dime (26.8233)
    1 - Roll of blue silver dimes (3.615)
    109 - Washington Quarter (19.7072)
    43 - Franklin Half (15.5531)
    145 - Kennedy Half (52.4465)

    146.5590 oz of junk silver for $3800 or 25.93 oz

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    SOLD***************************************
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    I purchased a old 1901 pocket watch case, 14k gold for $800 with some of the $1899.55 from the gold sale. It comes out to 43.8 grams or 0.8210 worth of gold, worth $1046.04 at the time of this listing. I sold another $50 worth of movements to the guy I bought the watch case off of in trade for the original movement and crystal from the 1901 Waltham pocket watch. That should bring its total value closer to the $1300-$1400 range. I will get pictures of the whole watch once its together if anyone is interested.

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    October TOTALS
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    Found
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    5 - 40% Kennedy Half
    1 - 90% Kennedy
    1 - Ben Franklin


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    1.4629 oz for $3.50 or $2.39 oz
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    Auction/Antique store/Coin Shop/Garage Sale
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    3 Sterling Spoons 2 scrap one J Mix ($0.00/2.1680) - Last month missed

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    Silver coin bracelet ($9.00/1.1507)...|==>($14.00/1.6940) - Auction
    Sterling charm bracelet($5.00/0.5433)./

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    Russian Guilded spoon ($1.00/0.0981)

    7 - Canadian dimes 80%
    1 - Canadian dime 50%
    5 - Canadian Quarter 80%
    1 - Canadian Half Dollar 80%

    2 - 1943 Australia 3 Pence (0.0419)
    4 - 1941 Australia 6 pence (0.0839/0.3356)

    1 - 1900 Curacao 1/4 Gulden (0.0737)

    1 - 1926 Germany 1 Reich-mark (0.0804)
    1 - 1972 Germany Olympic Silver Coin (0.3115)

    1 - 1945 India 1/4 Rupee (0.0469)

    1 - 1958 Italy 500 Lira (0.2953)

    1 - 1952 Lebanon 50 Piastres (0.0965)

    1 - 1951 Mexico 15 Centavos (0.0321)
    1 - 1960 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1961 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1962 Mexico 1 peso 16g .100 (0.0514)

    3 - 1937 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.0864)..............($121.50/5.4418) - Auction
    1 - 1941 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1942 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    8 - 1943 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.2304)
    1 - 1944 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1918 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)
    2 - 1941 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737/0.1474)
    1 - 1943 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)

    1 - 1944S Philippines 50 centavos (0.2411)

    1 - 1896 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    1 - 1913 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1916 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1918 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1919 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1932 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1915 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0895)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1929 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1936 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0453/0.0906)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    3 - 1939 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453/0.1359)
    1 - 1940 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1941 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1942 United Kingdom 6 pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 1 Shilling (0.0910)

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    two .800 watch cases ($19.00/1.5754) - Street Buy

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    Sterling Spoon ($5.00/0.2885)............................|==($22.00/1.0620) - Auction
    Americas Tribute Thomas Jefferson $1 coin ($17.00/.7735)./

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    Broken Sterling Bracelet ($1.00/0.1487)..|==>($2.00/0.7465) - Auction
    Sterling Chain ($1.00/0.5978)............/


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    Total purchased 12.6877 oz for $174.00 or $13.71 oz

    October totals 14.1506 oz for $182.00 or $12.86 oz

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    Gold
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    10k wedding band sz 7 3/4 ($30.00/0.0349) - Facebook Purchase

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    17k Dental gold ($1.00/0.0865) - Auction

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    10k Pink stone ring - ($35.00/0.0349)..\
    10k Mothers day ring - ($10.00/0.0362)...|==>($45.00/0.0483) - Auction

    10k dinner ring CZ - ($50.00/0.0483)====> Street Buy

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    14k Earrings ($1.00/0.0169)........\
    14k italy necklace ($51.00/0.0843)..|==>($53.00/0.1199) - Auction
    14k Pendant ($1.00/0.0187)........./

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    1901 Waltham 14k watch case ($800.00/0.8210)

    Total gold purchased 1.1817 oz for $979.00 or $828.47 an oz
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    Total gold and silver sold in October: $5699.55
    Total money on gold and silver spent in October : $1161.00 - 10-15-13
    Total value between gold and silver in October : $1815.17

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    SOLD
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    Look above

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    146.3626 away from 2013 goal of 468 oz

    2.4544 oz past this years end gold goal of 2 oz ( Not counting Gold Filled in total )

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    October 2013 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    13 of 28 BOXES - - - - - - - - - -5/40% - 1/90% - 1/F - /W - /B : 1.4629 oz - 11 Skunks
    Average:- - - - - - - - - - 0.38/40% - 0.15/90% : 0.1125oz : Skunk Avg 85%

    October 2012 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    25 BOXES - - - - - - - - - 23/40% - 03/90% - /F - /W - 0/B : 4.14868 oz - 18 Skunks
    Average: - - - - - - - - 0.92/40% - 0.12/90% : 0.1794 oz : Skunk Avg 72%
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    Hey EE, quite a read, you did really nice on the gold sales there, very nice turn around indeed! HH, Maverick.
    Is it just me, or is "Douche-Bag" the new norm in society?

    ​Common Courtesy isn't very common anymore is it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    Hey EE, quite a read, you did really nice on the gold sales there, very nice turn around indeed! HH, Maverick.
    Its has been a hectic weekend and week so far and will likely be this way for the foreseeable future.

    Not this Friday but the following one I have a local auction that will be hosting a few items of mine with a few things added by Vlad the Ukrainian. I think its a good variety of things that should get plenty of collectors out there to bid things up. Most of the things I am getting rid of I got for spot or as a part of bulk purchased from auctions and I have little to nothing invested in them.

    1857 Flying Eagle Cent
    Indian Head cents 1879 and up
    Wheat Cents 1909 and up
    1851 Half Dime
    Mercury dimes 1919 and up
    Barber dimes 1899 and 1902
    3 cent nickels 1865 and 1866
    V Nickels 1897 and up
    Buffalo Nickels
    Proof Nickels
    Standing Liberty Quarters
    1964 Kennedy Halves
    Morgan Dollars
    Large lot of Kennedy Proof Halves
    Ike Dollars
    Susan B Dollars
    BU Presidential Dollars
    Proof and Mint sets
    Nickel sets
    Rolls of Wheat Cents and pre 60 Nickels
    Error coins
    Massachuset Token
    Misc Tokens
    Spanish Reale
    California Gold 1855,1857,1858
    Silver Certificates and $2 bills
    Foreign Currency
    Gold and Silver Jewlery
    Costume Jewlery
    First day issue 24k stamps
    Last edited by The_EE; Oct 15, 2013 at 08:35 PM.

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    I will be patiently awaiting the results of that( if you post them) auction, that is a nice variety of items. A while back you posted a Postal Commemorative coin you had got with a lot of things, do you still have it? My wife is a postal worker and Itry and collect postal things when I can, I have never seen one if those before. Pm me if you are interested in parting with it. Thanks, HH,Maverick.
    Is it just me, or is "Douche-Bag" the new norm in society?

    ​Common Courtesy isn't very common anymore is it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    I will be patiently awaiting the results of that( if you post them) auction, that is a nice variety of items. A while back you posted a Postal Commemorative coin you had got with a lot of things, do you still have it? My wife is a postal worker and Itry and collect postal things when I can, I have never seen one if those before. Pm me if you are interested in parting with it. Thanks, HH,Maverick.
    I will post the result of the sale, it should be interesting, things have been going for stupid high prices as of late when it comes to coins.

    As for the postal coin, not sure if I would be interested in parting with it just yet but I will supply you with a couple pictures, been wanting to try out my Note 3's 14mp camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_EE View Post
    I will post the result of the sale, it should be interesting, things have been going for stupid high prices as of late when it comes to coins.

    As for the postal coin, not sure if I would be interested in parting with it just yet but I will supply you with a couple pictures, been wanting to try out my Note 3's 14mp camera.

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    Yup, that's the one I remember, very cool. Just give me first shot at it if you decide to ever sell it. The pics are nice, I'd say the camera works great! HH, Maverick.
    Last edited by maverick; Oct 16, 2013 at 07:45 AM.
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    This was a tough one to manage with so much going on between buying and selling and keeping numbers correct. Hope I got it right.

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    2 boxes of halves done, both skunks.

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    Found a 1968 Canadian Dime under my chair, must have dropped it searching coins and not noticed it.

    Purchased a large sum of silver from Provident this morning, should have done it last night when it was 50 cents cheaper an ounce. Still, sold 146.55 oz for $3800 and purchased 150 oz for $3400 so cant really complain, I came up quite a bit and have some spare cash to auction with and do even better. I have 3 auctions for the weekend, 1 local on Friday, 1 three and a half hours away on Saturday, 1 4 hours away from that on Saturday evening, 3 minute drive home, sleep and another at 11 am locally on Sunday. Another busy weekend for me and hopefully its profitable.

    1 NTR 100 oz bar................\
    1 Year of the Dragon 10 oz bar...|==>($0.00/150.0000) - Free Purchase
    4 Provident Metals 10 oz bars.../

    Total cost $3405.65

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    CW Nickels 1: Skunked
    CW Dimes 1: Skunked

    Box 1: Skunked
    Box 2: Skunked
    Box 3: Skunked
    Box 4: Skunked
    Box 5: Skunked

    Marksman Award (/0.5204)

    Two 40% halves from teller Tray

    10k earrings from Auction ($5.00/0.0121)

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    Misc Sterling Scrap ($1.00/0.0981) - Auction

    G79 - 10k Purple Stone SZ 7.5($65.00/0.0724).............\
    G80 - Vintage 10k Red Mason sz 9 ($135.00/0.0898)........|
    G81 - Red 10k SZ 8.75($20.00/0.0442).....................|
    G82 - Kirksville 1954 10k($135.00/0.1247)................|==>($615.00/0.6535) - Auction
    G83 - Med Vintage 10k Mason Red SZ 9.5($65.00/0.1099)....|
    G84 - Double Cameo 10k sz 9.25($110.00/0.1207)...........|
    G85 - 14k pearl ($85.00/0.0918)........................../

    Scrap

    10k mason cut ($100.00/0.1059)\
    10k Unmarked ($19.00/0.0161)...|==> ($196.00/0.1823) - Auction
    10k Cut ($29.00/0.0174)........|
    10k mother ($48.00/0.0429)..../

    Scrap

    14k cut ($38.50/0.0375) - Auction


    Scrap

    17k Dental caps ($110.00/0.1047) - Auction

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    October TOTALS
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    Found
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    5 - 40% Kennedy Half
    1 - 90% Kennedy
    1 - Ben Franklen


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    1.4629 oz for $3.50 or $2.39 oz
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    Auction/Antique store/Coin Shop/Garage Sale
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    3 Sterling Spoons 2 scrap one J Mix ($0.00/2.1680) - Last month missed

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    Silver coin bracelet ($9.00/1.1507)...|==>($14.00/1.6940) - Auction
    Sterling charm bracelet($5.00/0.5433)./

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    Russian Guilded spoon ($1.00/0.0981)

    7 - Canadian dimes 80%
    1 - Canadian dime 50%
    5 - Canadian Quarter 80%
    1 - Canadian Half Dollar 80%

    2 - 1943 Australia 3 Pence (0.0419)
    4 - 1941 Australia 6 pence (0.0839/0.3356)

    1 - 1900 Curacao 1/4 Gulden (0.0737)

    1 - 1926 Germany 1 Reich-mark (0.0804)
    1 - 1972 Germany Olympic Silver Coin (0.3115)

    1 - 1945 India 1/4 Rupee (0.0469)

    1 - 1958 Italy 500 Lira (0.2953)

    1 - 1952 Lebanon 50 Piastres (0.0965)

    1 - 1951 Mexico 15 Centavos (0.0321)
    1 - 1960 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1961 Mexico 1 Peso 16g .100 (0.0514)
    1 - 1962 Mexico 1 peso 16g .100 (0.0514)

    3 - 1937 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.0864)..............($121.50/5.4418) - Auction
    1 - 1941 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1942 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    8 - 1943 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288/0.2304)
    1 - 1944 Netherlands 10 cents (0.0288)
    1 - 1918 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)
    2 - 1941 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737/0.1474)
    1 - 1943 Netherlands 25 Cents (0.0737)

    1 - 1944S Philippines 50 centavos (0.2411)

    1 - 1896 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    1 - 1913 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1916 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1918 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419)
    2 - 1919 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0419/0.0838)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1932 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 3 Pence (0.0227)
    1 - 1915 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0895)
    1 - 1922 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1929 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1931 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1933 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1936 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0453/0.0906)
    1 - 1937 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    3 - 1939 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453/0.1359)
    1 - 1940 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1941 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    2 - 1942 United Kingdom 6 pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 6 Pence (0.0453)
    1 - 1943 United Kingdom 1 Shilling (0.0910)

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    two .800 watch cases ($19.00/1.5754) - Street Buy

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    10-12
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    Sterling Spoon ($5.00/0.2885)............................|==($22.00/1.0620) - Auction
    Americas Tribute Thomas Jefferson $1 coin ($17.00/.7735)./

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    10-13
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    Broken Sterling Bracelet ($1.00/0.1487)..|==>($2.00/0.7465) - Auction
    Sterling Chain ($1.00/0.5978)............/

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    1968 Canadian Dime...$0.10/0.0375) - Found on floor

    1 - NTR 100 oz bar................\
    1 - Year of the Dragon 10 oz bar...|==>($3405.55/150.0000) - Provident
    4 - Provident Metals 10 oz bars.../

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    2 - 40% Kennedy Halves - ($1.00/0.2956) - Teller Tray


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    Total purchased 163.1189 oz for $3586.05 or $21.98 oz

    October totals 164.5818 oz for $3589.55 or $21.81 oz

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    Gold
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    10k wedding band sz 7 3/4 ($30.00/0.0349) - Facebook Purchase

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    17k Dental gold ($1.00/0.0865) - Auction

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    10k Pink stone ring - ($35.00/0.0349)..\
    10k Mothersday ring - ($10.00/0.0362)...|==>($45.00/0.0483) - Auction

    10k dinner ring CZ - ($50.00/0.0483)====> Street Buy

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    14k Earrings ($1.00/0.0169)........\
    14k italy necklace ($51.00/0.0843)..|==>($53.00/0.1199) - Auction
    14k Pendant ($1.00/0.0187)........./

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    1901 Waltham 14k watch case ($800.00/0.8210)

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    10-18------------------
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    10k earrings from Auction ($5.00/0.0121)

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    10-19------------------
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    Misc Sterling Scrap ($1.00/0.0981) - Auction

    G79 - 10k Purple Stone SZ 7.5($65.00/0.0724).............\
    G80 - Vintage 10k Red Mason sz 9 ($135.00/0.0898)........|
    G81 - Red 10k SZ 8.75($20.00/0.0442).....................|
    G82 - Kirksville 1954 10k($135.00/0.1247)................|==>($615.00/0.6535) - Auction
    G83 - Med Vintage 10k Mason Red SZ 9.5($65.00/0.1099)....|
    G84 - Double Cameo 10k sz 9.25($110.00/0.1207)...........|
    G85 - 14k pearl ($85.00/0.0918)........................../

    Scrap

    10k mason cut ($100.00/0.1059)\
    10k Unmarked ($19.00/0.0161)...|==> ($196.00/0.1823) - Auction
    10k Cut ($29.00/0.0174)........|
    10k mother ($48.00/0.0429)..../

    Scrap

    14k cut ($38.50/0.0375) - Auction


    Scrap

    17k Dental caps ($110.00/0.1047) - Auction

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    Total gold purchased 2.2705 oz for $1944.50 or $856.42 an oz
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    Total gold and silver sold in October: $5699.55
    Total money on gold and silver spent in October : $5530.55 - 10-20-13
    Total value between gold and silver in October : $6605.38

    Silver: +5.2495 free oz
    Gold: +0.7043 free oz

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    SOLD
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    Look above

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    3.2757 oz past 2013 goal of 468 oz

    3.4324 oz past this years end gold goal of 2 oz ( Not counting Gold Filled in total )

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    October 2013 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    20 of 28 BOXES - - - - - - - - - -5/40% - 1/90% - 1/F - /W - /B : 1.4629 oz - 18 Skunks
    Average:- - - - - - - - - - 0.25/40% - 0.10/90% : 0.0731oz : Skunk Avg 90%

    October 2012 Halves Averages (full boxes)

    25 BOXES - - - - - - - - - 23/40% - 03/90% - /F - /W - 0/B : 4.14868 oz - 18 Skunks
    Average: - - - - - - - - 0.92/40% - 0.12/90% : 0.1794 oz : Skunk Avg 72%

  14. #14

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    How much do you expect to get from your susan b anthony and ike dollar sales. I know maybe like $.20 profit for each ike but are the sba like rarer dates or just ones that you could get out of a teller tray?

  15. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by billionaire View Post
    How much do you expect to get from your susan b anthony and ike dollar sales. I know maybe like $.20 profit for each ike but are the sba like rarer dates or just ones that you could get out of a teller tray?
    The Susan B Set should net me $10 or so, I paid $6 for it so I will make a couple bucks. The Ikes can go for upwards of $3-$4 ea at times and the Bicentennials could go for $5+.

    I have a guy I sell IKE's and he gives me 15 cents over face each.

    Added to the list is a 1867 shield nickel with rays, 1876 cc seated dime and 1864 two cent piece and a mostly filled ( no key dates ) cent book.
    Last edited by The_EE; Oct 20, 2013 at 09:36 PM.

 

 
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