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  • 43 minutes ago

    Bruce Boyce

    I am a big Buffalo Nickel fan!

    • Todd Abshire 1 week, 2 days ago

      I love them too. These are what got me started collecting 34 years ago.

    • David Bloomberg 1 week, 1 day ago

      A beauty

    • Lonnie Czinder 5 days, 17 hours ago

      Nice looking coin! The total extent of my Buffalo nickel collecting are a few well worn coins in an old Whitman album. And I’ve been collecting off and on since about 1969!

    • Jacob Schroeder 13 hours, 33 minutes ago

      Very nice

    • Andy Pilon 43 minutes ago

      Very nice Buffalo Bruce! I’m a big fan of them too. Especially when they’re in great condition like this one!

  • 13 hours, 32 minutes ago

    Andy Pilon

    I saw this Morgan on ebay and it didn’t sell with a starting price of $200. What do you toner fans think? Is it worth that much? Kinda wish I would have bought it.

    • Andy Pilon 1 week ago

      And one thing that bugs me – how does NGC decide when to give the star and when not to? This one to me hands down deserves a star. I’ve seen some on ebay that have the star that aren’t nearly as attractive or impressive.

    • Georgie Cordero 6 days, 18 hours ago

      Oh man, I would buy this for that price!!! Color is Nice!!!

    • Todd Abshire 6 days, 17 hours ago

      There aren’t any price guides for color since their beauty really is the determining factor and that beauty changes with each set of eye cast upon them. With that said, I’d say that this is an album toned Morgan and that blue halo gives it a little more “pop” to my eyes. I’d give about $125 for it, but I’m an old tight-wad when it comes to…[Read more]

    • David Bloomberg 5 days, 18 hours ago

      Andy, I love how the blue ring frames the piece.

    • Jacob Schroeder 13 hours, 32 minutes ago

      Love it

  • 13 hours, 34 minutes ago

    Todd Abshire

    1887 NGC MS 63 (obverse & reverse of same coin)

  • 2 days, 2 hours ago

    Andy Pilon

    Todd, you mentioned “album toning”. How many different types of toning are there? And what are the differences? Are some types more valuable than others?

    • David Salyer 3 days ago

      A few that I can name are Textile, end roll, crescent, cats eye (or double crescent), album. There are probably a lot of others. I believe textile and cats eye are sought after. Also “monster toned” re in demand. Monster toned are intensely colored coins. Sellers on eBay will list almost any toned coined as monster toned though. One of the…[Read more]

    • Todd Abshire 2 days, 21 hours ago

      I agree with what David has posted above. The link that he has provided is one of the best links regarding toning and it’s natural progression that I’ve found out there. Plus, there are some AWESOME coin photos posted as well. It is well worth the read for anyone interested in toned coins.

    • Lonnie Czinder 2 days, 2 hours ago

      I went to the link mentioned in David’s post, and what a wealth of information! Thanks for sharing it.

  • 4 days, 22 hours ago

    navaster twistree

    in the next few months all of my cut out coins well be going on ebay in the British coin category .four coins in the collection in a presentation book engraved with my name on the back of each coin. I have had a lot of interest on other media sites. but I thought I would give you guys on here the heads up before anyone else.

  • 5 days, 13 hours ago

    Lonnie Czinder

    Speaking of toned coins, I wanted to post a couple pictures of a well toned American Eagle. My friends at Coin Zone in Muskegon, MI have a number of American Eagles in corrugated mint packaging that they received years ago. They recently had a few certified and have been testing the market thru EBay. Interesting for relatively modern coins.

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    • Todd Abshire 5 days, 13 hours ago

      I love the blues on this one.

  • 6 days, 17 hours ago

    Todd Abshire

    1887 NGC MS 64

    • David Bloomberg 1 week ago

      How can you not love this coin.

    • Todd Abshire 1 week ago

      I’ve read positive comments from you before on this one. Thanks again David. Believe it or not, I only had to give $250 for this coin. I fell in love immediately with the blue. I’m a sucker!

    • Georgie Cordero 6 days, 18 hours ago

      What a great purchase!

    • Todd Abshire 6 days, 17 hours ago

      Thanks Georgie!

  • 1 week, 1 day ago

    Bruce Boyce

    Your thoughts on the current gold/silver situation. I received some inheritance and looking to invest in something. I am truthfully scared of gold and silver, but at the same time it is low and has potential.

    • David Bloomberg 1 week, 1 day ago

      Don’t try to time the market. If you like the metals, average in.

    • Todd Abshire 1 week, 1 day ago

      I agree with David. Long term, I think that metals are a safe play, however, if you’re afraid of them you may want to look elsewhere.

  • 1 week, 1 day ago

    Bruce Boyce

    Bruce Boyce Posted an update 1 week, 1 day ago

    For educational purposes, I believe this is what a D/D Buffalo should look like under magnification. Does anyone know what the D/S looks like?

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