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#26 2017-01-06 20:06:10

mmissinglink
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Re: What is the classification of collectible coins? Where to find it?

Nugget_Hunter,

Your absurd ranting and claims are your own undoing every single time.

You have not once made a cogent argument and at the same time you have not once provided a sensible defense for your dishonest claims and repulsive behavior of attacking any and everyone you just happen to feel like for no sensible reason at all.



Some day when you can actually make a valid point instead of crying like a baby and spewing nonsensical drivel, then there might actually be a discussion worth holding with you. But since you choose to continue to make ridiculous assertions and carry on like a girl who wet her panties, you leave me little choice but to simply pity you.



Good bye to your hate mongering and baby tears.

Buh bye.

roll




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In some ways, we are not that different

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#27 2017-01-13 09:30:14

Soprano16
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Re: What is the classification of collectible coins? Where to find it?

I'm hoping someone might be able to answer a question I have?

I've searched google, this forum, but quite simply I just want to ask - When buying Numismatic coins can I assume that coins that have been "sold out" are worth getting if the price is right?

Eg, The 2012 Gilded 1oz Dragon - 50,000 where made and they all sold out, so if I was to get one at a good price is that a good buy?

Are Sold Out coins worth more than ones that are not?

I've been looking specifically at Perth Mint Lunar Numismatics (Proof, High Relief and Gilded) and have just assumed that getting ones which Sold Out would be worth it, and ones that have not sold out are not worth getting

Is that approach correct?

I don't plan on getting many Numismatics (more of a bullion collector) but I liked the idea of getting a few nice looking sold out lunar numismatics - is that a good idea?

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