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Anyone Want To Make A 500% Return?

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  1. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    if so, buy this auction. at the buy it now price, its a steal.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...46&category=525

    50,000 coins, even if selling for $1 each, is still 135% profit. and i guarantee you, those morgans will go for $20-400 each, and not to mention the 25 gold pieces that go for 300-2000 each.

    its a fucking steal. and i wish i had that kind of money.

    if any of your parents are rich, or at least have 30k chillin', buy this, sell it off in pieces, and make a fucking killing.
     
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    dcsports413 Senior Member

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    I don't really know anything about coins but, aren't Washington quarters the regular one's? That guy is like I've got lots of "Washingon quarters" I thought those were just regualar. Anyway..??? :huh:
     
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    I think that refers to Bicentinial quarters.
     
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    washingtons have been around since 1932... and EVERY silver coin pre 1964 is 90% reall silver clad. Silver is going for $3.xx and ounce now a days, just for the silver content. add it to the value of the coin, and you got your self a fucking investment.

    some early washington quarters are worth a butt load.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...&category=39462

    thats 2 coins, in crap condition.
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    B.. i saw you were selling coins on ebay a little while ago.. lol
     
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    i still am.

    I buy and sell on ebay all the time.

    buy low, sell high. make profit.


    What i do, is buy a big lot of coins, keep what i want, and then re-sell the rest :)
     
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    do u profit much on that?
     
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    coins are a great investment.
    I was BIG into it when i was a kid.... 1992-93 is when most my coins stop, so i'm assuming thats when i got out of the sceene.
    I bought pretty much everything i have with my paper route money (60 bucks a week TOPS) and now, i would say i have between 10 and 20 grand worth or coins :)
     
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    i got an old coin book laying around somewhere to check on an old quarter or somethin now and then. i'm gonna sell some for the silver because i can't find a single one thats worth something
     
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    lol

    hang on to it man.... it might be worth 2 or 3 cents over face value right now.... but just wait.

    i bought a morgan dollar for about 10 bucks way back when in nine douce... now, its worth well over 150.
     
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    how many ounces is a quarter?
     
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    B, check your math on that. There's NO WAY 5 quarter's weighs a pound...

    96 grams = 3.3863003 ounces
     
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    new quarters- no.

    pre 64 are silver. silver is more dense, and they weigh more.

    holding a new and an old in opposite hands, you can tell the difference easily


    1932-1964 Washington Quarter, Silver Alloy
    Designed by: John Flanagan
    Issue dates: 1932-1964
    Composition: 0.900 part silver, 0.100 part copper
    Diameter: 24.3 mm
    Weight: 96.45 grains
    Edge: Reeded
    Business strike mintage: 3,780,077,001
    Proof mintage: 19,911,592
     
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    And what, might I ask is a "grain"? :p

    Wait, I found it... One GRAIN = .0648 Grams.

    Thank you Mr Wizard. :owned:
     
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    1 grain = 0.0647989 gram



    hey i answered before you had that up there :(





    **see i can add this and it wont say shit because i didnt check that box :) **
     
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    Slo86GT Super Moderator

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    Nope. If I edited it BEFORE you post, no "edited time" is added. If you posted before I edited, it adds the "edited time" to my post.

    So Nyah. :p

    [edited] testes [/edited]

    [edit #2] Dammit, he's right! :rolleyes: [/edit]
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    actually it doesnt unless you check the box that says

    "Add the 'Edit by' line in this post?"


    :p
     
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    Regardless, I still beat yah, and B was confused. :p
     
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    i read it wrong... my bad...
    thats straight from http://www.pcgs.com
    cuz i saw gra_s and assumed grams. lol wtf is a grain?
     
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