Municipal Tokens on Ebay April 2021

 

 

4/1/21

Alaska.  1962 Alaska Boosters Dollar.  Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $5.99 plus $3.25 opening bid.

 

 

4/1/21

Colorado, Grand Junction.  1957 75th Anniversary Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $6.00 plus 71¢ starting bid.

 

 

4/1/21

Iowa, Northwood.  1958 Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Mintage either 1,000 or 2,500 - both reports from reliable sources - and catalog value $17.50.  I went out to pick up dinner, and missed this one!  It went CHEAP.  A single bidder won it for the $2.99 plus $4.00 starting bid.  Ouch!  

 

On reflection, I am going to record the mintage as 1,000 pieces for two reasons - First Gary Henderson's new Iowa Commemorative book asserts it is 1,000, and secondly, it does not seem likely for it to take a token with a mintage of 2,500 nearly 9 years to appear on Ebay!

 

 

4/1/21

Minnesota.  1968 State Centennial with Blank Reverse, struck in aluminum.  Extremely Fine.  Start $2.99 plus $4.00 postage.  After 8 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $12.75.

 

 

4/1/21

Ohio, Fort Findlay.  1962 Sesquicentennial Uniface Obverse Pendant.  I list uniface impressions of municipal tokens, but while this one utilized the same design and wording as the spendable one, it was from a different die with different spacing and different size letters - so I will not be listing it.  This was similar to the usual obverse and had a ring soldered on to the top for suspension.  The start was $8.00 plus $4.45 shipping.  Reductions to $7.00, $6.00, $5.00 and $4.00 have not worked, and it remains available after two months.

 

 

4/2/21

Michigan, Mason County.  1955 Centennial Quarter graded MS-65 by NGC.  Since I did not come across any other MTCs selling today, I thought I’d give an update on this one I mentioned in February which is still on a special 5% off sale and can be purchased for just $118.75.  The full price was $125.00.  The current ending date of that item is June 29.

 

 

4/3/21

Alaska, Sitka.  1963 Alaska’s Historical Capital Dollar in Sterling Silver.  NGC encapsates this one and assigns it a MS-64 PL (Proof-Like) grade.  Start $49.99 with FREE shipping.  There were no bids so the seller relisted it as a Buy It Now item at $79.99 with a $5.20 shipping fee!  It remains available two months later, but now there is a Make Offer option.

 

 

4/3/21

Hawaii, Maui.  2011 Maui Dollar with Certificate of Authenticity.  Some slight wear and dirt.  Start $1.00 plus $1.49 shipping.  There were 3 bids, each by a different bidder, and it sold for $2.25.

 

 

4/3/21

Hawaii, Molokai.  1976 Molokai Dollar.  Extremely Fine / Almost Uncirculated.  Start $9.99 with FREE shipping.  There were 11 bids by 6 bidders and it sold for $44.00. 

 

 

4/3/21

Washington, Seattle.  1962 Century 21 Exposition Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.99 plus $3.75 starting bid.

 

 

4/3/21

State of Jefferson.  2020 Phoenix 20 Jefferson Dollars and the 2021 Walking Liberty Sasquatch 25 Jefferson Dollars Silver Coins, both in one lot.  Roughly half dollar size silver coins purportedly for use in the proposed state of Jefferson, which would include parts of northern California and southern Oregon.  I don’t think these will be listed in the catalog, but who knows.  At any rate, the pair of coins had a  $59.50 with FREE shipping start.  There were no bids and the lot was not relisted.

 

 

4/4/21

Montana.  1964 Centennial $50 “Gold” Slug.  Un-numbered version, NGC slabbed it and said it was MS-64.  Start $39.95 plus $4.20 shipping.  No bids the first week, but during its second listing - which ended April 16 - it did find a bidder and sold for the opening price.

 

 

4/4/21

Pennsylvania, Cambria County.  1954 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Start $20.00 with FREE shipping.  For the listing ending on April 24, the start was reduced to $16.00, still with the FREE shipping.  When there were no bids by May 14, the seller ended the listing unsold.

 

 

4/5/21

Connecticut, Waterbury.  1924 250th Anniversary Upson, Singleton & Co. Discount Coin.  About Uncirculated.  Start $14.99 with FREE shipping.  Nobody bid, so the seller made it aBIN item at $18.74.  Still available for that cost two months later.

 

 

4/5/21

South Carolina, Beaufort.  1962 Huguenot Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the starting bid of $4.99 plus $3.50.

 

 

4/6/21

Arizona, Wolfville (Tucson).  Undated One Bit token.  Extremely Fine or nearly so.  Sold to a single bidder for the $9.99 plus $4.00 starting bid.

 

 

4/6/21

Montana.  1964 Montana Territory “Gold” Slug Replica.  Numbered version - this one 5464.  About Uncirculated with big spot on obverse.  Sold to a single bidder for the $10.00 plus $3.00 starting bid.

 

 

4/6/21

New York, New York City.  1909 Henry Hudson / Sommer Islands Mule in Copper.  Start $29.99 plus $3.55.  For the listing ending May 18, the start was lowered to $26.99. It has remained at that start ever since, with the current listing set to end on June 11.  

 

 

4/6/21

Pennsylvania, Boyertown.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $15.00 plus $1.00 postage.  There were no bids, and the start was reduced to $10.00 for two weeks.  Still no bids, so the seller made it a Buy It Now item at the original $15.00, and it remains available for that price two full months later.

 

 

4/6/21

South Carolina, Greenville.  1939 National Cotton Festival Cotton Nickel.  Start 99¢ with FREE shipping - but after 8 bids by 5 bidders it sold for $5.50.

 

 

4/7/21  

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1976 U.S. Bicentennial London Bridge Dollar.  The standard copper token with reeded edge,  Start  $7.73 plus $17.42 shipping.  The high postage was due to the seller being in Australia - I converted all the costs from Australian Dollars to US Dollars.  After 22 bids by just 3 bidders, this common coin sold for $121.82 in US funds!

 

 

4/7/21

Pennsylvania, New Wilmington.  1963 Centennial Half Dollar, golden brass version, with a ring soldered to the top.  Extremely Fine.  Start $3.95 plus $4.15 shipping.  Still available two months later.  Same cost, same postage, but now with a $5.45 Buy It Now option.

 

 

4/8/21

California. Catalina Island.  1979 Catalina Island Film Festival Doubloon/Dollar.  Start $4.99 plus  $1.55 postage.  It sold to the second bidder for $7.39.

 

 

4/8/21

Hawaii, Maui.  2000 Maui Dollars - a pair of them.  The start was 1¢ plus $4.99 shipping.  After 3 bids by 2 bidders they sold for 42¢.

 

 

4/8/21

New York, New York City.  1909 Henry Hudson Daalder in aluminum, Extremely Fine with edge nicks.  The small “gold dollar size” version, HK-374.  Start $1.00 plus $4.45 shipping.  After 16 bids by 7 bidders it sold for $154.50.  Perhaps it sold for so much because it was offered by the American Numismatic Society as a duplicate from their collection.

 

 

4/8/21

New York, New York City.  1909 Henry Hudson / Sommer Islands Mule in Copper.  Start $2.99 plus $4.50.  After 3 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $13.05.  An interesting contrast to the one that I noted 2 days ago.

 

 

4/9/21

Minnesota, Virginia.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Iron Nickel.  Uncirculated but minor stains or dirt on the reverse.  Start 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping.  It sold for $3.25 after two bids.

 

 

4/9/21

Washington, Port Angeles.  1962 Centennial Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping.  It sold for $1.75 after 2 bids.

 

 

4/10/21

Alaska.  “1878” Alaska Dollar.  The center of the obverse coppery, the rest antiqued brass.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $7.95 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

4/11/21

Hawaii.  Queen Liliuokalani "1893" Akahi Dala replica in gold anodized aluminum.  Start $24.99 plus $4.45 shipping.  Offered for one more week, then the listing was ended without a bid.

 

 

4/11/21

Hawaii. 1847-1997 Hawaiian Cent.  Uncirculated with fingerprint on the front.  Start $19.99 plus $4.45 shipping.  No bids and listed for just one additional week before the seller ended his offering unsold.  The seller had another of these, but with a blank reverse, which he called an error - actually it is a sample offered by the Patrick Mint to show potential customers what one side of their personal token could look like.  It had the same start price, and had the exact same results as the other one with the commemorative reverse.

 

 

4/11/21

Hawaii, Molokai.  1976 Molokai Dollar.  Extremely Fine.  Start $49.99 plus $4.45 shipping.  No bids the first week, and after a second unsuccessful week, the seller ended the listing unsold.

 

 

4/11/21

Maryland, Frederick. 1964 Battle of Monocacy Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $11.99 plus $4.15 start.

 

 

4/11/21

Marshall Islands, Kwajalein.  10¢ Carnival Money. Orange cardboard.  Extremely Fine.  Noted by the seller to be an “Exceedingly rare military token from Kwajalein Atoll in the Marianas Islands, used just post WW II by our troops garrisoned there in support of nuclear testing operations”.  It was offered, and sold to a single bidder for the $100.00 plus $2.95 starting bid.

 

 

4/12/21

Ohio, Elyria.  1958 125th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $1.99 plus $4.20 opening bid.

 

 

4/13/21

Alaska, Palmer.  1978 Palmer Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder (who placed two bids) for the opening price of $7.95 with FREE shipping.

 

 

4/13/21

Hawaii, Kona Coast.  1984 Kona Dollar - both the standard Golden Brass and the scarcer Antiqued Brass versions.  I was the only bidder at the $5.00 plus $2.50 opening bid.  A bargain!

 

 

4/13/21

Montana.  Undated Buffalo Dollar.  The obverse with a golden bison on a silver field. and the reverse with silver Montana State Seal with a golden encircling ring.  Start $39.95 plus $3.50 shipping.  It remains available as a Buy-It-Now item for the same price two months later.

 

 

4/14/21

North Dakota, Rugby.  1961 Pierce County Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Buy It Now for $21.95 plus $5.00 shipping.  Still available two months later with the current ending date of September 6.

 

4/15/21

Alaska, Nenana Valley.  1972 Chamber of Commerce Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.99 plus $4.75 start. 

 

 

4/15/21

Hawaii, Hilo.  1974 Hilo Dollar in silver.  Numbered 21 on number block.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $50.00 with FREE shipping start.  

 

 

4/15/21

Michigan, Big Rapids.  1955 Centennial Quarter.  About Uncirculated, spotty.  Start $10.00 wit FREE shipping.  It is still available as a BIN item two months later for the same price.

 

 

4/16/21

Hawaii, Kauai.  Undated Kauai Dollar.  Rounded letters, smaller bust, lines below shrine, with C of C sponsorship.  Start $1.00 with FREE shipping.  After 6 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $5.50.

 

 

4/16/21

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coin for Crawford County.  Start $10.00 plus $4.95 shipping.This stayed available at $10.00 the following week, but then when the seller lowered the start to $7.00 it sold right away to a single bidder.

 

 

4/16/21

Kansas, Sabetha.  1961 Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $4.95 plus $3.25 shipping.  After 4 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $6.70 - a pretty good buy for this hard-to-find token.

 

 

4/16/21

Minnesota.  1958 Uniface Minnesota Centennial “Dollar”, brass version, HK-517, no hole, graded MS-65 by NGC, which seems reasonable except for the hundreds or tiny, seemingly unavoidable contact marks on the reverse.  Still they are undeniably there, so I wonder why it gets a “Gem” MS-65 grade.  If all of them have these marks, maybe there should not be any MS-65 grades awarded for this type.  (However, I can guarantee you that those contact marks were NOT there when it was first struck). I do notice that no MS-66 grades have as yet been processed by NGC.  NGC’s own standards say that a MS-64 coin will have “an average or better strike with several obvious marks or hairlines and other minuscule imperfections”.  A MS-65 is described as “well struck with moderate marks or hairlines”. and a MS-66 is an example which is very well struck with minimal marks or hairlines.  This example, while quite attractive, has a good strike, but more contact marks than can be counted without photographing it and making a grid of the reverse and counting the marks within each cell of the grid.  I don’t think that hundreds can be described as “moderate” - especially when a MS-64 is described as being acceptable with “several obvious marks or hairlines”.  This one which, as I said is quite attractive, had a $135.00 plus $7.67 start.  There were no bids and the price was lowered to $85.00 plus $7.67 and it did find a bidder and sold for that price on May 11.  This token is better than the one in my collection, and had I caught that $50.00 price reduction, I would have bid.

 

 

4/16/21

Montana.  1964 Montana Territory Centennial $50 Fantasy “Slug”.  Graded MS-64 and slabbed by NGC.  Un-numbered version.  It looked About Uncirculated to me, but it sold for the opening bid of $39.95 plus $4.20 shipping.  These Montana Territory non-gold slugs are pretty common, and it surprises me that they bring such strong prices. 

 

 

4/16/21

Pennsylvania, Bowmansville.  1970 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar in antiqued brass finish.  Start $36.00 plus $5.20 shipping.  Wow!.  There were no bids at this level, and this hard-to-find item  remains available for the same cost, now as Buy It Now item at the same price, two months later.

 

 

4/16/21

Washington, Aberdeen.  1933 Old Ironsides Wooden Quarter.  Sold to a single bidder for the $15.55 plus $3.75 starting bid.

 

 

4/17/21

California, Mariposa.  Undated 49 Fiesta Two Bits.  About Uncirculated.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $17.50.  Start $2.99 plus $3.50 postage.  After 10 bids by 9 bidders it sold for $43.50.

 

 

4/17/21

California, Mariposa.  Undated 49 Fiesta Four Bits.  Nearly Extremely Fine, but spotty and a bit porous.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $17.50.  Start $2.99 plus $3.50 postage.  After 11 bids by 8 bidders it sold for $60.00.

 

 

4/17/21

California, Mariposa.  Undated 49 Fiesta Buck.  Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated, but cleaned.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $17.50.  Start $2.99 plus $3.50 postage.  After 9 bids by 8 bidders it sold for $63.50.  

 

I got the first of these Mariposa Fiesta tokens for my collection in in 1978 - after already actively collecting Municipals for 13 years - and finally was able to find the last one in 2007.  It astounds me that I was able to win this duplicate set in just 3 minutes!  One was a nice upgrade, and the other two are about the same as the ones I already had.  They were from the collection of my good friend Ron Lerch who spent even more time assembling his collection of California and other western states tokens than I have done putting my Municipal Token collection together.  In factƒI it was from Ron that I got the last denomination that I needed, for $100.00 plus a trade, back in 2007.  We miss you, Ron! 

 

 

4/17/21

Kansas, Elkhart.  1963 50th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Extremely Fine.  Start $4.95 plus $4.00 shipping.  There were no bids and the seller continued offering the token at the same price until the listing ending June 12, when he finally ended it unsold.

 

 

4/17/21

Maryland, Washington and Frederick Counties.  1962 Gathland Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $4.00 starting bid.

 

 

4/17/21

Pennsylvania, Biglerville.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  I was the only bidder at the $2.00 plus 85¢ starting bid.  Cheap!

 

 

4/18/21

Iowa, Dysart.  1973 Centennial Souvenir Coin in antiqued brass.  Start $2.99 plus $4.00 shipping.  I won it as the second bidder for $3.24.

 

 

4/18/21

Iowa, Pella.  1989 Dutch Dollar.  Start $9.99 plus $8.80! shipping.  Still available for the same starting bid more than two months later - the current closing date is July 20.  I think that shipping charge is one of the reasons it is still available.

 

 

4/18/21

Maryland, Frederick.  1964-1965 150th Anniversary of the National Anthem.  Three examples in one lot, all the long rays variety.  Start $5.95 with FREE shipping.  After 4 bids by 4 different bidders the lot sold for $8.27.

 

 

4/19/21

Kansas, Overbrook.  1961 Kansas Centennial Half Dollar. About Uncirculated.  Buy It Now $24.99 plus $5.00 shipping.  A scarce token, but not a very attractive example.  Still available two months later.

 

 

4/20/21

Alaska.  1962 Land of the Midnight Sun Dollar Counterstamped “CANCELED” on the reverse.  Extremely Fine, as usual.  Start $29.95 plus $3.50 shipping.  It came back at the same price, but with a “ Or Best Offer” option.  It eventually sold, but Ebay does not disclose how much the offer was.  I can not imagine why!

 

 

4/20/21

Washington, Seattle.  1962 Century 21 Exposition Dollar.  Graded MS-66 and encapsulated by NGC.  Start 99¢ with FREE shipping.  After 12 bids by 7 bidders it sold for $15.65.

 

 

4/21/21

Montana.  1964 Montana Territory Centennial $50 “Gold” Slug.  Seller says it is numbered 048, but I see no trace of a number on either of the reverse images provided.  I doesn’t make much difference - both types are very common.  I am going to record it as un-numbered.  This one had a 99¢ with FREE shipping start and sold for $31.03 after 12 bids by 9 bidders.

 

 

4/22/21

Alaska, Ketchikan.  1971 Gateway to Adventure $2.00.  Start 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping.  After 6 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $3.00.

 

 

4/22/21

Hawaii, Honolulu.  1974 Hawaii Dollar.  Obverse date, pebbled surface, antiqued brass.  Start 99¢ plus 99¢ more for shipping.  After 4 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $3.25.

 

 

4/22/21

Hawaii, Kona.  1974 Kona Dollar.  Cud, no datail, antiqued brass - the usual variety.  Start 99¢ plus 99¢ more for shipping.  After 4 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $4.50.

 

 

4/22/21

Hawaii, Molokai.  1976 Molokai Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $9.99 with FREE shipping.  After 11 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $30.00.

 

 

4/22/21

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coin for the Pony Express Celebration in Marysville, struck in silver.  A very scarce item, and one of two MTCs in a collection of 23 medals and tokens related to the Pony Express.  The start was $5.00 plus $8.25 shipping.  After 16 bid by 11 bidders I won the the lot for $432.50.  The only other MTC was the easy-to-find golden brass 1960 one from Gothenburg, Nebraska.  All the others were smaller than dollar sized items, with much duplication, and included 8 of the  1960 National Pony Express medals in golden brass and two in silver, two of the similar 1963 National medals in silver, two of the 1935 Pony Express Oregon Trail Memorial medals in nickel-silver, 6 of the East Tincup So-Called Dollars in golden brass, a wooden nickel for the 1960 Pony Express celebration in Marysville, Kansas and an extremely Fine example of the 1904 U.S. Express Company So-called Dollar which - other than for the silver Marysville - would be the best item in the lot.  I already had the Antiqued Brass version of the Marysville piece, but the silver one was the first I have had the opportunity to buy.  I am figuring it cost me about $275.00 of the $432 this lot cost.  Catalog value will be much lower, probably $50.00.

 

 

4/22/21

Wisconsin, Fon Du Lac.  1948 Wisconsin Centennial token utilizing the obverse die from the Valin’s Camera issue, but with a blank reverse, holed at top.  Start $1.00 plus $3.00 shipping. I won it as just the second bidder for $3.54.  Not previously listed.

 

 

4/23/21

Arizona, Prescott.  Undated Frontier Days 50¢. About Uncirculated, but cleaned -encapsulated by NGC who did not grade it, but called it GENUINE.  Start 99¢ plus $4.25 postage.  It sold to the second bidder for $6.13.  The seller had two more of these today which each sold for the 99¢ plus $4.25 start.

 

 

4/23/21

Arizona, Tucson.  1933 Wolfville Western Days Dollar.  75% original luster AU/UNC, nicer than most.  Sold to a single bidder for the $19.99 plus $3.99 start.

 

 

4/23/21

Minnesota, Virginia.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Iron Nickel.  Proof-like Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $3.99 plus $3.50 start.  Another example graded Gem BU by the seller (actually nicer than the one I just noted) sold to a single bidder for the $20.00 plus $3.50 starting bid.

 

 

4/23/21

Washington, Seattle.  1937 Alaska-Yukon Pioneers Civic Exposition Admittance Token, neatly holed at the top of obverse - a (unlistable) variety which I had not seen before. Unknown mintage, catalog value (without hole) $8.50.  Uncirculated.  Start $7.99 plus $4.00 shipping.  Sold to the second bidder for $10.19.

 

 

4/24/21

Alabama, Henry County.  1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $9.99 with FREE shipping.  After 3 bids by 3 bidders I won it for $15.77 - a pretty good price for this scarce issue.

 

 

4/25/21

Alaska, Fairbanks.  1959 Statehood Dollar.  The center pushed out from the reverse to resemble a WWI British army helmet, and pierced at 2:00.  I don’t know what this was for, but it was weird enough for me.  The start was $3.95 plus $3.75 shipping and nobody else had bid, so I bid $7.00 - but when I got home from work, I found someone else was intrigued by this piece, placed a bid higher than mine, and won it for $7.50.

 

4/25/21

Colorado, Durango.  1980/81 Durango Centennial Rotary Club Dollar.  Start $1.99 plus $4.75 shipping.

 

 

4/25/21

Colorado, Victor.  “1900” Lesher House Restoration 1 Ounce Silver Coin, this one numbered 533.  Start 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping.  There were 29 bids by 14 bidders and it sold for a very high $206.50.  Perhaps some of the bidders thought this was a real Lesher Dollar.

 

 

 

4/25/21

Florida, Pinellas Park.  1965 50th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Start $4.54 with FREE shipping.  There were 4 bids by 2 bidders and it sold for $5.50.  Uncirculated, but with a couple spots on both sides.  After 4 more weeks with no bids, the seller ended the listing unsold on May 23.

 

 

4/25/21

Iowa, Creston.  1969 Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.99 plus $4.00 starting bid.

 

 

4/25/21

Montana.  1964 Territorial Centennial Dollar in Sterling Silver.  Edge marked STERLING, no number evident from the image, and none described.  Close to Uncirculated - just some hairlines and handling marks.  Start $23.99 plus $3.95 shipping.  Listed for 5 more weeks, then ended unsold.

 

 

4/25/21

New York, New York City.  1909 Henry Hudson Mini-So Called Dollar in Silver.  An attractive About Uncirculated example toned a dark pearl gray with golden highlights.  Start 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping.  There were 28 bids from 13 bidders and it sold for $215.39.

 

 

4/25/21

Pennsylvania, Mt. Carmel.  1962 Centennial Half Dollar.  Extremely Fine.  Start $11.99 with FREE shipping.  Still available two months later for the same price as a BIN item.

 

 

4/25/21

South Carolina, Charleston.  1961 Confederate Centennial Half Dollar.  Start 99¢ plus $1.00 shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $1.84.

 

 

4/26/21

Nebraska, Crawford.  1961 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar, golden brass, very attractive gem uncirculated.  Start $2.50 plus $4.50 more for shipping.  There were no bids, so the seller raised the price to $3.50, made it a Buy It Now item, and listed it for 5 more weeks before giving up and ending the listing unsold.

 

 

4/26/21

Washington.  (1988) State Centennial Aluminum Sales Tax Token Replica on Commemorative Card.  Start just 10¢ with FREE shipping.  This los attracted 5 bids by 2 bidders and it sold for $5.50.

 

 

4/27/21

Michigan, Antrim County.  1950 Chain O’ Lakes Quarter. Extremely Fine, spots.  Sold to a single bidder, who placed two bids, for the opening bid of $7.99 plus $3.99 shipping.

 

 

4/28/21

Illinois, Evanston.  1963 Centennial Half Dollar.  Uncirculated with fingerprints and smudges.  Sold to a single bidder for the $1.00 plus $4.45 start.

 

 

4/30/21

Arizona, Prescott.  Undated Frontier Days Slippery Gulch 10¢ Buck in Very Fine condition with heatily eroded surfaces.  Sold for the starting bid of $6.00 plus $1.95 shipping.

 

 

4/30/21

Arizona, Prescott.  Undated Frontier Days Slippery Gulch 1000 Bucks in Copper.   Nearly Extremely Fine condition.  Sold to the second bidder for$10.50 after a starting bid of $6.00 plus $1.95 shipping.

 

 

4/30/21

Idaho, Coeur D’Alene.  1963 Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder who placed a second, unnecessary bid, for the opening bid of $5.00 with FREE shipping.

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