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January 10, 2015, 03:18:59 AM
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This auction is for three coins being sold together.  I believe that having them grouped up gives them an extra little kick that adds to their already special place in BTC allure.  If I am mistaken, this auction will tell us that as well I suppose (though probably not in my mind..lol).  Below I will provide as much detail about each coin as possible and of course will answer any additional questions that I can.
AUCTION DETAILS
This auction will end Tuesday January 13th.  2PM Eastern time.  Bids placed in the last ten minutes will extend the auction by 15 minutes.  The auction will end when no additional bids have been placed for 15 minutes.

Payment: Payment is to be made in BTC only.  Send first or trusted forum escrow is required and I will split, yes split! the cost with the buyer.

Shipping: Shipping will be at the buyer's expense and preference.  Insurance is a must, unless buyer is agreeable to indemnify me against a lost package by the shipper (to be noted in escrow).  I truly believe that the likelihood of the USPS, UPS or FedEx losing your package is extremely remote but it is simply not a risk that I will take (and neither should you!).

Bidding: I reserve the right to invalidate any bids placed by a user with significant negative trust or an obvious clone (iglasses.) or a brand new account whose only activity are bids placed in this auction.  If for any reason I invalidate a bid it will be clearly posted in the thread.  The nice thing about auction threads is that the OP cannot delete replies so it will be very obvious what is happening.

Opening Bid 6.5BTC with minimum bid incriminates of .05

THE COINS
Coin 1     .1 2013 Silver MS-67 address 1AgyCV4ucdq6H6i3t6fw41jvp8ya1LvZ1V funding date 10/26/13 blockchain link https://blockchain.info/address/1AgyCV4ucdq6H6i3t6fw41jvp8ya1LvZ1V
Coin 2     .5 2013 Silver MS-67 address 1AgRz6AQ4C9QjDdAwV4vC15jXGJQbwfVVe funding date 8/7/13 blockchain link https://blockchain.info/address/1AgRz6AQ4C9QjDdAwV4vC15jXGJQbwfVVe
Coin 3      1 2013 Silver MS-67 address 1Ag1bkCAq2A4fPUTtudfMGw52mhpEgWSKX funding date 8/7/13 blockchain link https://blockchain.info/address/1Ag1bkCAq2A4fPUTtudfMGw52mhpEgWSKX

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Q&A
In the interest of saving time I will answer a few questions below that are sure to cross some folk's minds.  I would like to keep the thread as clean as possible.
1) WHOA! are you nuts?  How the !@#$ did you arrive at that number for the opening bid?
I spend a fair amount of time on the forum and have seen asking/selling prices for these coins.  The opening bid is compiled from prior sales & existing prices for similar coins.
2) Why don't you offer them for sale individually so you can get bids from people who have 2BTC but not 6BTC?
As I said I believe as a set they offer a little something extra and as long as I own them they will remain so.  What the next owner does with them is his/her business but he or she will not be doing anything with only one or two of them!  lol
3) If the auction closes with zero bids will you entertain...(selling just one, selling for less, etc.)
No.  If this auction closes with zero bids the coins will remain in storage.  As is the case for so many of us holding coins, when I bought these BTC was much higher than it is today so converted back to USD I am getting clobbered no matter they sell for.
4) Why are you selling them?
Because.
5) Why don't you have the 4th. Silver/Gold coin?  Do you want one?
Because I couldn't score a '67.  Maybe but please PM me so we don't derail the thread.
6) Who is hotter?  Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson
Being over 40 & from NYC I'm partial to Scarjo but I wouldn't throw either one of them out of the bed.
7) (nubbins) Do you have a PGP chain of custody for them?
No.

BONUS!!
If the auction goes over a certain (secret) amount I will include for free 5 Lealana 2013 1LTC Funded Brass coins.  The amount is secret but it is predetermined.  It has been hidden on the internet in a way that cannot be manipulated by me so you can be sure it was set as of this post!


OK your turn...have at it boys!

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January 11, 2015, 12:03:44 AM
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heh.

No docs? I'll get things going with a bid of 3.75 BTC  Cool

On a side note, where are all the coins with docs? I know they're out there...

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January 11, 2015, 04:12:59 AM
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heh.

No docs? I'll get things going with a bid of 3.75 BTC  Cool

On a side note, where are all the coins with docs? I know they're out there...

I have a few rolls.  Smiley

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January 11, 2015, 04:14:41 AM
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heh.

No docs? I'll get things going with a bid of 3.75 BTC  Cool

On a side note, where are all the coins with docs? I know they're out there...

I have a few rolls.  Smiley

I presume you are talking about signed pdfs of the coins when you say "docs".

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January 11, 2015, 09:22:28 AM
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I'd do 4.5BTC Cool
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January 11, 2015, 09:47:17 AM
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OP set a starting bid of 6.5BTC

"Opening Bid 6.5BTC with minimum bid incriminates of .05"
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January 11, 2015, 03:49:55 PM
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OP set a starting bid of 6.5BTC

"Opening Bid 6.5BTC with minimum bid incriminates of .05"

Correct.  Those bids are NOT valid.

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January 12, 2015, 03:18:21 PM
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Sorry for the off topic.. But if I wanted to get a coin graded, whats that take? who is it shipped to?
Do they remove it form it's current case, ensure it's clean than reseal it?

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Sorry for the off topic.. But if I wanted to get a coin graded, whats that take? who is it shipped to?
Do they remove it form it's current case, ensure it's clean than reseal it?

Thanks

takagari,

There are others on the forum who have more experience with this than myself but ANACS has a pretty good help doc to assist.  Basically you ship the coins to them and they remove them from the flips, or whatever you send them in, and then place them into the case like the ones above.  I thought someone on here had done a guide but I'm not certain.
Overall it's a pretty simple process and ANACS is very helpful and professional.

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January 12, 2015, 06:37:20 PM
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Sorry for the off topic.. But if I wanted to get a coin graded, whats that take? who is it shipped to?
Do they remove it form it's current case, ensure it's clean than reseal it?

Thanks

takagari,

There are others on the forum who have more experience with this than myself but ANACS has a pretty good help doc to assist.  Basically you ship the coins to them and they remove them from the flips, or whatever you send them in, and then place them into the case like the ones above.  I thought someone on here had done a guide but I'm not certain.
Overall it's a pretty simple process and ANACS is very helpful and professional.

ig

IIRC Shrem posted a PDF of one of his submission forms. Try checking his old posts.

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I am writing a guide right now for this. Feel free to message me...Charlie got the form from me lol. I have been talking with ANACS and they have sent me over official forms (as examples) per filled out. I am also allowed to gather questions for the graders!
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I am writing a guide right now for this. Feel free to message me...Charlie got the form from me lol. I have been talking with ANACS and they have sent me over official forms (as examples) per filled out. I am also allowed to gather questions for the graders!

Question: why don't they care about the condition of the hologram Cool

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CLOSED.


cheapskates!  lol

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CLOSED.


cheapskates!  lol


My offer still stands Cool

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nubbins your like the only person in the world who cares about the chain of custody docs.  The singles go for 3.5+ why would I ever consider selling all three for that amount?  Add to that the giant dump BTC is in the midst of taking...as a set I wouldn't discuss selling them for under 7BTC so I have to respectfully LOL at your offer.

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January 14, 2015, 04:36:11 AM
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nubbins your like the only person in the world who cares about the chain of custody docs.  The singles go for 3.5+ why would I ever consider selling all three for that amount?  Add to that the giant dump BTC is in the midst of taking...as a set I wouldn't discuss selling them for under 7BTC so I have to respectfully LOL at your offer.

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Sounds like the market has respectfully LOL at you as well.. When BTC is trending down you won't have many people running to pay hefty premiums for coins..

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January 14, 2015, 02:45:46 PM
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...what in the world does the price of BTC have to do with Casascius coins?

Please elaborate, as the logic doesn't follow.

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(and FWIW, if your coins had PGP docs, you'd be 6.5 BTC richer)

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January 14, 2015, 05:27:44 PM
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...what in the world does the price of BTC have to do with Casascius coins?

Please elaborate, as the logic doesn't follow.

Nubbins...you have for sale right now a 1BTC silver for 3BTC.
Today (gasp!) BTC is trading for $180USD.

Let us fast forward to 2017 (wavy screen and harp music)
BTC trades for $5,000 USD
Would you still expect to get 3BTC for that 1BTC silver?

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January 14, 2015, 08:20:20 PM
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 Huh

Of course I would. What, I'm going to slash my prices so penniless noobs can get in on this game?

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