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Author Topic: [SOLD][WTS] 4 x Canadian SILVER Centennial Coins - 2.5BTC  (Read 640 times)
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October 20, 2012, 04:57:47 PM
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I am looking to do a straight trade to bitcoin for someone who is into coins or junk silver since I'm not into either.  The centennial coins are all 80% silver as well as the 1950s standard quarter (also 80%) as far as my googling revealed.

1 x 50 cent wolf centennial coin 1867-1967 - 80% silver
1 x 25 cent lynx centennial coin 1867-1967 - 80% silver
1 x 25 cent regular moose 1950 - 80% silver
1 x 10 cent centennial fish coin 1867-1967 - 80% silver

The price for all is 2.5 BTC + .5 BTC for shipping and handling.  I came up with the amount by looking at what each coin recently sold for on ebay.  I am not looking to make a profit, just a straight fair market value trade with someone into silver or coins, so if you can quote a lower ebay price that they recently sold for, I'm open.  I am looking to avoid ebay fees.

These coins aren't graded and I know the pictures aren't great but I don't have a high end camera so hopefully its enough for you to see. I am looking to sell the entire lot together.  I will be using escrow and providing tracked shipping.

http://i.imgur.com/ZkEsFl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/xViF6l.jpg

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October 20, 2012, 05:27:44 PM
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1967 Canadian junk silver was the last year Canada produced silver coins for general circulation. The $1.00 piece and the .50 cent piece are for sure 80% silver. The .10 cent piece and the .25 cent pieces were minted both in 80% silver and 50% silver, since they were transitioning to no silver at all.

There is no hallmark to tell the difference between the 50% silver and 80% silver content coins. Roughly half minted are 50% and half are 80%. Just some more information and a heads up for those looking to buy. Very nice coins nonetheless.

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1967 Canadian junk silver was the last year Canada produced silver coins for general circulation. The $1.00 piece and the .50 cent piece are for sure 80% silver. The .10 cent piece and the .25 cent pieces were minted both in 80% silver and 50% silver, since they were transitioning to no silver at all.

There is no hallmark to tell the difference between the 50% silver and 80% silver content coins. Roughly half minted are 50% and half are 80%. Just some more information and a heads up for those looking to buy. Very nice coins nonetheless.

The 1967 pieces I have are centennial versions though which makes the silver content 80% I believe. 
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