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March 28, 2013, 08:20:22 AM
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Hi,
I am a coin collector and have yet to really find someone to trade BTC/Numismatic coins with-everything is just bullion. My collection is primarily old US Silver, but about 30% of it is World Coins. Also, about 30-40% of my coins are graded (PCGS, NGC, or ANACS only!).

In terms of US coins I have dimes, quarters, and all halves of all series (Bust, Seated Liberty, Barber, Walking Liberty, Mercury, Morgan Dollars, more modern, etc). World-coin wise I seem to collect primarily historic coins of communist/fascist nations.

I don't have a list of my collection (its far too large for that), but odds are I'll have either what you're looking for or something similar, and at the very least something cool that you are happy with.Also if there's a coin you really want and i don't have it, odds are I can get it for you via my knowledge of brokers, numismatic forums, etc.

Even if you are not a collector, from a financial point it makes sense to own some numismatic coins. Most are silver, so at the very least they will increase in value with spot price. And if silver spot goes down, your investment is still secured, as you have something of constant value to collectors.

Finally, if you are interested in starting up a small collection, either for personal or financial reasons, I would be happy to point you in the right direction so you get the best investment for your money. Even if you don't plan on buying any coins from me, if you are interested please feel free to message me. I love talking coins.

Hope to hear from you!
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