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    Nov 2007
    somewhere between here and there, south of over there but north of that place
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    CRH

    I recently became the proud owner of a lot of Lincoln Wheat/Memorial rolls that were put together in the years they came out. Some years are in plastic tubes, some in non bank rolls, a few are in bank rolls. They begin with 1930P. Sorry no 1931s . but they are an interesting pita.

    I'm trying to figure out how to sell them. Do I sell at .04 each cent? should i take the time and grade the, I'm talking over 2000 coins in one lump.

    Ideas are welcome. Not even sure this is a coinrollhunting subject.
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    when you tug on a single thing in nature, you'll find it's connected to the rest of the world. John muir

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    Let's see some pics of what you are dealing with.

  3. #3

    Nov 2007
    somewhere between here and there, south of over there but north of that place
    titan 3000xd/seahunter mk ll/Ace 250/whites 6000XL Pro
    2,900
    922 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I have to figure out how to post pics. Any ideas?
    when you tug on a single thing in nature, you'll find it's connected to the rest of the world. John muir

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    Dec 2012
    port ewen ny
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    errors are rampant in wheat/coppers--- I get up to 1000X face for some, plus AU/MS will fetch the same for some issues, mainly S mints------ get a REDBOOK

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    us
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    Coin roll hunting
    As PEA said, "get a red book first", you will have to date check each one just to make sure you don't have a key or semi-key date and sell it for $.04, and you might pull out any of the wheats that are ExFine or better.
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  6. #6

    Nov 2007
    somewhere between here and there, south of over there but north of that place
    titan 3000xd/seahunter mk ll/Ace 250/whites 6000XL Pro
    2,900
    922 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    yes, the RedBook. Been down that road. As I try to figure out how to upload pics to this site I have to re state how many coins I have. Somewhere near 125 rolls. The earlier estimate was way off.

    I was thinking that the grey sheet would be a better choice in reference material but really don't have the time to go thru each roll, face and obverse.

    How do I post pics here. I can't seem to find a tutorial
    Last edited by davest; May 09, 2019 at 01:27 PM.
    when you tug on a single thing in nature, you'll find it's connected to the rest of the world. John muir

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    us
    Feb 2012
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    If your really considering selling, besides the GRAY sheet, you might think about the BLUE BOOK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davest View Post
    I have to figure out how to post pics. Any ideas?
    Within the Quick Reply window, you have formatting options directly above the text area. You can select Bold/Italic/Underline; Font color; etc. The last group of options are for inserting a URL link or for inserting an image. Selecting the Insert Image option will bring up an additional prompt window asking for you to choose images either on your computer's hard drive or an image hosting service on the world wide web. By default, the tab for images from your computer is focused. You select "Browse" and navigate to whatever directory that you have the images stored on your hard drive. Then select "Upload File(s)". That's it.
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  9. #9

    Nov 2007
    somewhere between here and there, south of over there but north of that place
    titan 3000xd/seahunter mk ll/Ace 250/whites 6000XL Pro
    2,900
    922 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    thanks. Moving this to the Coin section.
    when you tug on a single thing in nature, you'll find it's connected to the rest of the world. John muir

 

 

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