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    A box with potential

    I haven't opened a box in a while. This one may be pretty good. Has two enders...one on each side of the box.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1736979 There's a 68 or 69 Ken, A reverse ender on the other side of the box and a few visible proofs and NIFCs...
    Maybe I got a collection dumpwe'll see.
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    An Ode
    To William Jefferson Clinton

    He smoked but didn't inhale
    Poked, but didn't impale
    Made aware of the dress
    He was forced to confess
    A snail can't deny his own trail

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    Oh alright I'll say it... how'd it go ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Argentium View Post
    Oh alright I'll say it... how'd it go ?
    `If clad proofs from the 70s through the 90s were worth anything this would have been a great box! I lost count. Alas, the visible enders were the only keepers. A 69 and a 65. Hey, it wasn't a skunk box so I'll call it good!
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    An Ode
    To William Jefferson Clinton

    He smoked but didn't inhale
    Poked, but didn't impale
    Made aware of the dress
    He was forced to confess
    A snail can't deny his own trail

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    Circulated proofs have a small premium. Normally with beginners, and those who want to fill slots until they can get better examples. Once you have a network of such buyers, you may begin to see that small premium begin to show. However, your circumstances may necessitate simply tossing them back.

    In either case, the 40%ers are still silver. And silver is a beautiful thing.

    Time for more coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galenrog View Post
    ... the 40%ers are still silver. And silver is a beautiful thing.
    Agreed!

    You'll NEVER hear me complaining about paying $.50 for a coin that is worth anything over $.51! 40%ers are an even better deal than that so I'm smilin'!

    I'll take my coffee black please!
    An Ode
    To William Jefferson Clinton

    He smoked but didn't inhale
    Poked, but didn't impale
    Made aware of the dress
    He was forced to confess
    A snail can't deny his own trail

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    That would be a blast to search good luck

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