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  • BLM sells 29 oil and gas leases in Northern NV
    April 20, 2014 10:33 pm
  • But a trial THEN an execution would scare the living bejeebers out of the rest of the traitors! I cannot disagree with you Mary, but we did have a good showing from the patriots that stood up to the BLM in person and took Bundy's cattle back! KEWL!!!
    by: underground
  • BLM sells 29 oil and gas leases in Northern NV
    April 20, 2014 10:26 pm
  • Government screwing the little guy, 52 ranchers forced out of business in Bundy's county. Huge area sold to the Chinese(sold OUR public land) and the tortoise area was Gold Butte, right smack where Bundy lives.  Land worth $30million sold for $4.5million. BLM director is Reids ex chief advisor, Reids son was the realtor on the land deal... it is all a bunch of crony crap and someone should put a bullet in Reids head to save us a trial
    by: maryb
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 20, 2014 04:24 pm
  • I am not planning on going to Minnesota anytime soon, too damn cold there...even in summer for a life long Texan :) But I will keep that in mind...like I said above, the dimes and quarters are safe but I just think there are much better deals than eBay, only kinda kidding about the $1.75 delivered but I am sure there is no selling on these forums so JK ;)  I think I previously mentioned that I am just "lucky" that I live in a large metro area with a couple of HUGE wholesalers, two refiners, and multiple large coin shops (and a few smaller ones) and shows every month, almost too many shows to be perfectly frank, because it is easy to make a move too quickly since I don't have to look and search for deals...most of time. I also agree on the mid to lower grade, common slabs...even lower grade "key" dates the more I thought about it last night, for example, I saw wayyy too many XF to lower AU 1921 Peace Dollars become available a few years ago, (even more than usual up to MS63) bu...
    by: coinbuysell
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 20, 2014 09:25 am
  • PS: Mary is purchasing in bulk and her method is VERY SAFE, and applies to most stackers here @SD. Better to pass on what a collector would consider a "good buy" for a few singly slabbed coins, when you are stacking larger amounts for SHTF. Her rationale is solid for her situation. KISS Theory Rules, Right @MaryB?
    by: underground
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 20, 2014 01:24 am
  • It is cool  that you found an AU 1949-S in your purchase though! And I do agree that the dimes and quarters are "safer" because they are too hard to produce in enough quantity, while making them good enough to pass w/o the ring test, much less with the ring test, because of the intricacies of the mint dies...they are easy enough to weather but they are hard to get looking "right" enough...on that we agree :)
    by: coinbuysell
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 20, 2014 12:55 am
  • I hate to keep bagging on you MaryB, and I am really not, it is what you posted versus you as a person...the bet was Schiff vs Mish and they are BOTH wind bags, imho, as you probably think I am :) I am not a troll but someone who hates to see people pay too much...look at my posts, I do the math and provide links from prominent news sources, not RT, info wars, etc. One more thing, most "key" date slabbed coins ARE NOT FAKE!  The fakes are  the common dates in 64 and 65 grades...there are not enough of the key dates to pass around enough fakes to be worth their time...if you see a NGC or PCGS MS64 1893 S Morgan I will bet that it is not fake, or one like my common date 68*, if you see more than a couple for sale then you should be wary....there are just not enough of them to go around! I guess it really depends upon what you call a "key" date. There are hundreds of thousands of common "S", "O" and "P" mint coins graded in 64 and 65 that sell for enough money to make it easy ...
    by: coinbuysell
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 20, 2014 12:20 am
  • @MaryB I have quite a few dimes that I will sell you for $1.75 each, delivered :)  That equates back to $25 spot...or you can take my Kilo Perth Kookaburra bet, I will take $15 and you can take $25 and the first one there pays off that I offered on the Alasdair thread???  BTW, did Schiff ever payoff on his bet????? Probably not, what a wind bag!
    by: coinbuysell
  • Welcome To The Silver Forum
    April 18, 2014 11:14 am
  • Read my posts - and the responses from other commenters here on SilverDoctors - before you accuse me of polluting the forums.
    by: mammoth
  • Welcome To The Silver Forum
    April 17, 2014 01:13 am
  • To see if someone else posted about it already so I wouldn't be double posting. I'm not polluting the forums.  I didn't threadjack and I'm not thread spamming.  I wrote my own thoughts and included relevant information in my own thread.   How about taking an objective look at your own post and advising yourself not to pollute the forums?
    by: maxblockm
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 16, 2014 11:16 pm
  • Why I like dimes and quarters,  not many counterfeits showing up yet. The few that are here tend to be key date in a slab coins that I have zero interest in. And a fake dime rings wrong when dropped
    by: maryb
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 16, 2014 04:38 pm
  • I'm curious if anybody thinks the fact that mint coins have a face value is a benefit when transporting them across borders?  (eg: Are you transporting more than $10,000 in currency?  Nope, currency value is xxx) I also find the idea that the mint should defend against counterfeiters since it is currency.
    by: workingstiff
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 16, 2014 09:54 am
  • Xizang, that's why I included the word 'circulated.'  Every single circulated coin has its own unique wear, while the chinese fakes are new. I would not trust any graded coin in an NGC, PCGS or other holder - THESE are being faked in china also.  At least with a loose coin you can weigh it and measure its dimensions.
    by: mammoth
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 16, 2014 05:28 am
  • hi KLAMMERN! Welcome to SD. Tons of good advice in here, but I'd just add this:   Don't get too caught up in SELLING Silver, as in move a large amount of stack in hopes of buying more, as the price could jump in the interim. But trading up is a safe deal. It can be done as others here have demonstrated, but be careful!   It would suck to sell maybe $500 worth, only to find it now costs $750 or more to get it back... Not too likely ATM, but we do expect this type of movement in the future.
    by: underground
  • What the hell do I do with it
    April 15, 2014 11:12 pm
  • @Mammoth   She does deserve it, thats a fact. I have come up with a plan. Ordinarily I wouldnt discuss this, but I think i hit on a good one. A new bathroom vanity has about 3" of space under the interior of the vanity, I`m going to treat my Dear wife to a new vanity, lay in the stash, screw it to the wall, connect all the plumbing. I think that`s fairly secure. The bath i`m working on is on the basement level.   Of course I`ll be denied the jingling, but I`ll get over it.
    by: silver-dollar
  • How off the mark am I? Or am I?
    April 15, 2014 11:28 am
  • "Which is the better deal?  One full ounce of pure silver – or only .77 ounce of silver mixed with copper? Gee, don’t take too long thinking on that one." ---------------------------------------------------------- I would be suspicious of fake Mint coins and would have more faith in a circulated silver dollar, but maybe that's just me.
    by: mammoth