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May 15, 2013, 12:02:46 AM
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Trade your Crypto for Bullion!

Selling 1982 and earlier sorted copper pennies and a few rare coins. 1982 and earlier pennies contain 95% copper, vs new pennies that are merely coated with a copper finish. Old copper bullion is a great way to invest in something safe, we will always need copper for electronics and many other applications, making copper a valuable investment.

Avoid paying so many fees to turn your bitcoins into tangible value. Trade them directly for copper  Cool

These coins have just been sorted by copper / non copper. You may get some rare mint marked coins randomly that are worth much more than face value.

1000 copper pennies, about 3.11 kilograms of copper bullion -  0.25 Bitcoins ( FREE 2-3 day priority shipping to the US)

500 copper pennies, about 1.55 kilograms of copper bullion -  0.15 Bitcoins ( FREE 2-3 day priority shipping to the US)

Shipping more will save on overall shipping cost ratio.

If you would just like a small sample the shipping cost i must include is not as good as buying in bulk

100 copper pennies , 311 grams - .05 Bitcoins ( FREE USPS shipping to the US )

If anyone is interested in my bullion I will make a website to host more sales.

I also have a collection of rare mint marked older coins, which i will soon make a list of for sale.

Please message me or post if you have any questions.

Prices subject to change with bitcoin value.

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May 15, 2013, 12:15:11 AM
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Trade your Crypto for Bullion!

Selling 1982 and earlier sorted copper pennies and a few rare coins. 1982 and earlier pennies contain 95% copper, vs new pennies that are merely coated with a copper finish. Old copper bullion is a great way to invest in something safe, we will always need copper for electronics and many other applications, making copper a valuable investment.

Avoid paying so many fees to turn your bitcoins into tangible value. Trade them directly for copper  Cool

These coins have just been sorted by copper / non copper. You may get some rare mint marked coins randomly that are worth much more than face value.

1000 copper pennies, about 3.11 kilograms of copper bullion -  0.25 Bitcoins ( FREE 2-3 day priority shipping to the US)

500 copper pennies, about 1.55 kilograms of copper bullion -  0.15 Bitcoins ( FREE 2-3 day priority shipping to the US)

Shipping more will save on overall shipping cost ratio.

If you would just like a small sample the shipping cost i must include is not as good as buying in bulk

100 copper pennies , 311 grams - .05 Bitcoins ( FREE USPS shipping to the US )

If anyone is interested in my bullion I will make a website to host more sales.

I also have a collection of rare mint marked older coins, which i will soon make a list of for sale.

Please message me or post if you have any questions.

Prices subject to change with bitcoin value.


Do you have any credentials or rep?

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May 15, 2013, 12:18:37 AM
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2000 P Sacagawea Dollar set of 2 in case. See in picture bottom right. (edit - added a better pic of the sacagawea further down in this thread, this pic shows some other coins not included with the Sacagawea Dollar set.

Asking .2 bitcoins OBO ( 2-3 day Priority Shipping included )



Asking .2 bitcoins OBO ( 2-3 day Priority Shipping included )



Asking .2 bitcoins OBO ( 2-3 day Priority Shipping included )

Please contact me with any questions.

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May 15, 2013, 12:29:28 AM
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Trade your Crypto for Bullion!

Do you have any credentials or rep?

Not yet, thats why I'm offering small amounts to start with. I started with a max buy amount of 3.1 kilos instead of 30 kilos. Shipping from Detroit area Michigan. Anyone who buys from me will get my cellphone # and personal email in case you need any help with your order. You will also have my return address after your package arrives.

After a few sales i will begin to offer larger amounts.


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May 15, 2013, 12:40:15 AM
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Not interested in any pennies except for...what looks like a flying eagle cent you have there?
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May 15, 2013, 12:41:42 AM
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do you buy pennies? Lol

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May 15, 2013, 12:49:04 AM
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I do if they have numismatic value.
I hold onto pre-'83 pennies, but I would never pay more than a penny for a penny. I melt them down and cast them into big old ingots. Don't tell the government.
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May 15, 2013, 12:49:42 AM
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That is a somewhat rare Canadian coin

Front side reads "D G Regina - Elizabeth II" with face portrait

Back side reads "1 CENT CANADA 1867-1967

Ive only found 2 or 3 of them in the time Ive been collecting, so i know its a rare one. Being so close to canada ( michigan ) i would think i would find more if it was a common coin.

The one in the picture is in good shape except for a bit of a smudge on the front making it only fair condition. the back part is the unique part anyways.

I have another one in great condition in a folder of coins filed away somewhere, if you want one ill hull out the old folder and look through it for the good one.

Price would be about .02 btc for the coin, so about .03 shipped.

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May 15, 2013, 12:52:21 AM
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That is a somewhat rare Canadian coin

Front side reads "D G Regina - Elizabeth II" with face portrait

Back side reads "1 CENT CANADA 1867-1967

Ive only found 2 or 3 of them in the time Ive been collecting, so i know its a rare one. Being so close to canada ( michigan ) i would think i would find more if it was a common coin.

The one in the picture is in good shape except for a bit of a smudge on the front making it only fair condition. the back part is the unique part anyways.

I have another one in great condition in a folder of coins filed away somewhere, if you want one ill hull out the old folder and look through it for the good one.

Price would be about .02 btc for the coin, so about .03 shipped.
There's no specific date on the coin? Also, have any good wheaties?
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May 15, 2013, 12:56:10 AM
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I see this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1867-1967-Canada-1-Cent-Queen-Elizabeth-II-Centennial-Filler-Coin-/230972251360?pt=US_Canadian_Coins&hash=item35c704dce0

I'd be willing to pay you $2.50 to account for shipping, so put .025BTC
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May 15, 2013, 12:57:23 AM
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Johnnie walker would you pay shipping for pennies? And hows 3cents per penny to melt?

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May 15, 2013, 12:58:56 AM
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Johnnie walker would you pay shipping for pennies? And hows 3cents per penny to melt?
What are you talking about? You mean you want me to melt pennies for you?
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May 15, 2013, 01:01:02 AM
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That penny there on ebay is in horrible condition... If no one claims the one im selling soon ill sell to you for  .025 btc shipped.

Edit- you asked about wheat pennies. I have about a gallon of them. If there is a specific year / mint mark you are looking for let me know.

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May 15, 2013, 01:02:44 AM
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I hold onto pre-'83 pennies, but I would never pay more than a penny for a penny. I melt them down and cast them into big old ingots. Don't tell the government.
Im saying can I sell you pennies for 2-3 cents each lol or can you melt em for me?

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May 15, 2013, 01:13:40 AM
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I hold onto pre-'83 pennies, but I would never pay more than a penny for a penny. I melt them down and cast them into big old ingots. Don't tell the government.
Im saying can I sell you pennies for 2-3 cents each lol or can you melt em for me?

haha ironcross.  I'll list some S mint marked old pennies soon, after i decide which ones im willing to part with. The first one im gonna look for in my coin folder is the 1970 s small dates i have. I know i have one or two in very good condition. here is an idea of their value

$45 for this one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-S-Small-Date-Lincoln-Memorial-Cent-MS64-RD-PCGS-RED-STUNNER-/310666420500

$340 for this one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-S-Lincoln-Cent-Small-Date-Choice-PR-68-RD-NGC-/370811847442

I sure hope the protective case its been stored in has kept it clean and shiny  Grin

You should always look at your pennies before you hand them to the 7-11 cashier

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May 15, 2013, 03:31:22 AM
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Some inexpensive collectibles.

.015 bitcoins for the 1956 D (shipping included to US)

.2 bitcoins for the Sacagawea Dollar set of 2. ( shipping included to the US)

.035 bitcoins for the Canadian Centennial 1867-1967 (shipping included to US) -note, i have a cleaner one of these in storage, the one pictured has a smudge on the front

Thought id list a few cheap items. Most of my collection is in a safe across town. Ill pick them up soon and post some pics of my collection. I have both coins and paper money. The papers money is all Non US money, mainly because i like the designs better on foreign bills. There are some german notes from the depression that have a 10,000,000,000 face value, only worth a couple bucks each as a collectors item now, lol currency!










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May 16, 2013, 02:19:52 PM
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Will take offers in other types of crypto coins for my copper coins.

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June 27, 2013, 01:09:12 AM
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Trade your Crypto for Bullion!

Do you have any credentials or rep?

Not yet, thats why I'm offering small amounts to start with. I started with a max buy amount of 3.1 kilos instead of 30 kilos. Shipping from Detroit area Michigan. Anyone who buys from me will get my cellphone # and personal email in case you need any help with your order. You will also have my return address after your package arrives.

After a few sales i will begin to offer larger amounts.



Been on the forum for a while now making pools. Hopefully my rep is ++ by now and maybe someone wants to buy some bullion?

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