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January 23, 2013, 08:49:20 PM
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1/23/13 - SOLD TO USER:  waterskeer

This user lives in the same state as me so it should be a quick and painless transaction. Paid full asking price. I will be shipping no later then friday morning .

1/24/13 - Coins shipped to buyer. Insured for amount paid. Package in the care of USPS @ 09:43 Local Mountain Time. Tracking number given to buyer

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I have up for grabs a book of 83 Washington silver quarters from 1932-1964 every year up to 64.

 $5.84 is the total melt value for the 1932-1964 silver quarter on January 23, 2013. The total silver value is $484.38 for 83 coins. I will part  with them for a flat $400.

Due to the nature of the roaring boom of BTC I will only accept paypal as I am leary of a drop in.value. I will only sell to a member of this fourm with a good reputation via paypal. And will require the money upfront. I will cover the shipping costs and pay for insurance. I will ship to Canada  

I have made a 90% silver coin trade with Simplyfun a member of this fourm in the past. at this time he's about the only individual who can vouch for my prompt shipping.
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January 23, 2013, 08:51:52 PM
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Considering that wear can significantly reduce the actual silver content being received can you provide pictures? Actually, a picture of all 83 coins stacked onto a scale would be superb. I buy weight not face value; face value is for suckers.
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January 23, 2013, 10:47:02 PM
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I have up.for grabs a book of 83 Washington silver quarters from 1932-1964 every year up to 64.

 $5.84 is the total melt value for the 1932-1964 silver quarter on January 23, 2013. The total silver value is $484.38 for 83 coins. I will part  with them for a flat $400.

Due to the nature of the roaring boom of BTC I will only accept paypal as I am leary of a drop in.value. I will only sell to a member of this fourm with a good reputation via paypal. And will require the money upfront. I will cover the shipping costs and pay for insurance. I will ship to Canada 

I have made a 90% silver coin trade with Simplyfun a member of this fourm in the past. at this time he's about the only individual who can vouch for my prompt shipping.
If you have coins for that entire date range I suggest you look up what years are key dates-you have a few!
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January 23, 2013, 11:01:11 PM
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I am very interested, can you please post a picture?

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