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    What would you pay

    I may have an opportunity to pick up a natural copper specimen it weighs 12 1/2 pounds what would be your price you would be willing to pay sorry no pictures

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    This 12 pounder sold for $190 a few years ago. It really depends on the look of it too I would imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    This 12 pounder sold for $190 a few years ago. It really depends on the look of it too I would imagine.

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    It looks crystallize not smooth at all but theyíre asking like 400 so I guess Iím going to be passing on it

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    I would probably pay way too much.

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    Crystalline would be better. Smooth would indicate a melt. Several hundred I'd guess.
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    I think I saw the piece this morning in Parkland. It's a nice piece. I may go back Sunday just to see if her prices are any better on certain things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    I think I saw the piece this morning in Parkland. It's a nice piece. I may go back Sunday just to see if her prices are any better on certain things.
    That would be the one I donít think her price is going to change much she supposed to have a round two on that house I thought about it myself On going down there Sunday to see if I could pick it up for a better price I offered double scrap value but they would not except it
    Did you see the Buffalo tooth necklace she was asking eight grand for that what did you think about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheech View Post
    That would be the one I don’t think her price is going to change much she supposed to have a round two on that house I thought about it myself On going down there Sunday to see if I could pick it up for a better price I offered double scrap value but they would not except it
    Did you see the Buffalo tooth necklace she was asking eight grand for that what did you think about it
    I saw a Buffalo tooth necklace in the Hall I thought. But I didn't realize it was 8k. That's crazy unless it came from a famous Chief or something with documentation to prove it, lol.
    I spent $110, bought a very rustic looking tole painted 17" nail keg, two sterling Native American rings (keepers for myself), an old beat up, rusty canteen, CW era or earlier and I picked 4 items out of the can full of pin back buttons, including a small 1934 German WHW propaganda Booklet. Probably make $80-$100 off those 4 items alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    I saw a Buffalo tooth necklace in the Hall I thought. But I didn't realize it was 8k. That's crazy unless it came from a famous Chief or something with documentation to prove it, lol.
    I spent $110, bought a very rustic looking tole painted 17" nail keg, two sterling Native American rings (keepers for myself), an old beat up, rusty canteen, CW era or earlier and I picked 4 items out of the can full of pin back buttons, including a small 1934 German WHW propaganda Booklet. Probably make $80-$100 off those 4 items alone.
    She says she has documentations for it and that it came out of a museum but I didnít see any only seen documentations for the pieces that she had an acrylic case

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    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein





 

 

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