MTCs on Ebay February 2019

 

2/1/19  

Hawaii, Maui.  Maui Dollars, one for each year from the first of 1992 to 1999, each with a Certificate of Authenticity.  The starting bid was $32.00, or you could Buy It Now for $60.00.  Either way the postage fee was $13.40.  It lasted until February 22 when a single bidder placed two bid and won it for the opening price.  I was kind of watching this lot waiting for the price to drop (a lot) because the Certificate of Authenticity for the 1999 edition was marked HULA BOWL EDITION..  The coin was the same but some issues had the certificates marked with the name of a store or event, and I did not have this certificate variety.

 

 

2/1/19

Ohio, Pike County.  1965 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  The start was $4.99 and postage $2.75 more.  When it didn’t sell right away, it became a Buy It Now item for the same price, and was purchased on February 26.

 

 

2/2/19

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  Set of the first six issues of the London Bridge Dollars, 1972 to 1977, in snap-lock plastic as issued.  Start $72.00 plus $5.66 shipping.  There were no bids and the tokens were not relisted.

 

 

2/2/19

California, Mount Shasta.  1983 Chamber of Commerce $2.50.  Start $9.99 with FREE shipping.  No bids at this level, so the item was made a BIN item for $6.79, and then $5.95 where it remains today, two months later.

 

 

2/2/19

Hawaii, Molokai.  1976 Molokai Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $34.50.  Postage $2.99.  There were no bids the first week, so the seller made it a BIN item priced at $35.00.  It only lasted two days before selling.

 

 

2/2/19

Illinois, Red Bud.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $3.99 plus $1.25.  The second bidder won it for $4.24.

 

 

2/2/19

Iowa, Kenset.  1972 Centennial Coin.  Original issue with town name incorrectly spelled.  Uncirculated, but slightly spotty, as many of these are.  Start $5.99 plus $3.25 shipping.  Listed unsuccessfully until March 9, when the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

2/2/19

Nebraska, North Platte.  Undated (1960’s?) Buffalo Bill Cody Scouts Rest Ranch Park Official Commemorative Coin.  Numbered - this one 4258.  About Uncirculated.  Start $4.99 plus $3.75 shipping.  Listed unsuccessfully just until February 11, when the seller ended his listing unsold.  Not previously cataloged, but destined to appear in the next edition because it is marked “Official Commemorative Coin”.  Just a souvenir issue - never actually spendable.   

 

 

2/2/19

Oregon, Warm Springs.  Undated Kah-nee-ta golden aluminum Dollar.  About Uncirculated with edge nicks.  Start $7.55 plus $3.15 shipping.  No bids, and listed for just 3 more days before being ended unsold by the seller.  The Warm Springs tokens are probably not going to be listed in the next edition of the catalog.

 

 

2/3/19

Alaska, North Pole.  1967 Santa Souvenir Dollar struck in sterling silver.  The seller didn’t note it, but it looked like the sterling version.  I guess no one else thought so because I was the only bidder, winning it for the $7.99 plus $3.70 opening bid.  Yep - it was silver.

 

 

2/3/19

Hawaii, Kauai.  1973 Kauai Dollar.  Set of Antique brass and sterling silver.   Two equally sized pairs of petroglyphs to either side of the shrine.  Each numbered 859 on raised number block.  The start was $19.96 plus $2.99 and it sold for $39.55 after 4 bids by 3 bidders.  Pretty cheap, I think!

 

 

2/3/19

Hawaii, Maui.  1974 Maui Dollar Struck in Silver, low, puffy clouds with number bar.  This one numbered 11.  Start $19.96 plus $2.99 shipping.  The selling price was $38.55 after 6 bids by 6 bidders.  A good deal for the lucky winner.

 

 

2/3/19

Illinois, Mount Prospect.  1967 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin.  Start $7.50 plus $3.55 shipping.  Listed until February 21, when the seller ended his listing because nobody was bidding.

 

 

2/3/19

Iowa, Monroe.  1971 Old Settler Dollar.  Start. $2.25.  Postage $1.50.  Listed until March 19 without a bid, then ended unsold by the seller.

 

 

2/3/19

Iowa, State Center.  1981 100 Scents.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $3.50.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.25 plus $1.50 starting bid.  

 

 

2/3/19

Michigan, Greenville.  1948 Centennial Quarter.  About Uncirculated.  Start 99¢ plus $2.75.  After 6 bids by 3 bidders, this token sold for $5.75.

 

 

2/3/19

Michigan, Lansing.  1959 Centennial Half Dollar.  Variety with the “A” of LANSING pointing at the “P” of PROUD.  Sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $2.75 starting bid.

 

 

2/3/19

New York, Canastota.  1960 Centennial Half Dollar.  Uncirculated but a bit spotty.  Sold to a single bidder for the $5.55 plus $3.15 opening bid.

 

 

2/3/19

New York, New York City.  1909 Henry Hudson Daadler struck in Silver. HK-639 A (with  medallic Art Co. on edge).  Graded MS-61 by NGC and encapsulated in a plastic “slab”  Not too bad - I’d call it About Uncirculated.  Start $9.95 plus $2.66 shipping.  After 19 bids by 11 bidders it sold for $285.00. About right, in my opinion!

 

 

2/3/19

North Dakota, Williston Basin.  1961 Territorial Centennial, Ten Years of Oil Production Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $1.00 plus $3.50 opening bid.

 

 

2/3/19

1974 South Dakota, 1875 North Dakota, and 1976 Montana Seventh Cavalry Dollars struck in pure silver - each housed in individual sliding-top plastic holders.  The start, which was not met in the single week these pieces were offered, was $150.00 plus $8.20 shipping.  Each coin was serial numbered 48.

 

 

2/4/19

Alaska, Fairbanks.  1959 Statehood Dollar.  Graded MS-65 and encapsulated by NGC.  Start $50.00 plus $5.00 more for shipping.  No bids.  The next week it dropped to $45.00.  It stayed at that level until April 2 when the seller ended his listing unsold.  Hey, $50 for one of the most common MTCs in typical condition is just too much!

 

 

2/4/19

Pennsylvania, Littlestown.  1965 Bicentennial Half Dollar.  Just the second one of these to make it onto this list in 6 years.  It was cheap, so I had to bid and I won it for the opening bid of $2.25 plus $1.25 postage.  Perhaps scarcer than I had thought - but who knows?  Check out the listing ending March 8 to see what I mean.

 

 

2/4/19

South Dakota.  1971 South Dakota Dollar.  No info about the edge variety - let us assume it is the standard lettered and numbered edge.  Offered for a start of $3.99, plus $1.00 for postage.  It took over a month, but it finally sold for the opening bid on March 10.

 

 

2/5/19

Michigan, Pontiac.  1961 Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the very high starting price of $9.00 plus $4.00 for shipping.

 

 

2/6/19

Indiana, New Haven.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $2.99 plus $2.99 postage.  There were no bids for almost two months - until the week ending March 27, when a single bidder won it for the opening price.

 

 

2/6/19

Washington.  1989 Washington Centennial Commemorative Tax Token - still on card of issue.  Start $1.90 plus $5.00 shipping.  No bids, and lowered to $1.80 and then $1.70.  During the week ending March 13 two bidders spotted it and it ended up selling for $4.00.  It probably looked like a bargain because at that time another was being offered for $7.95 plus a surprising $7.35 more for shipping.

 

 

2/7/19

Georgia, Fitzgerald.  1965 Civil War Centennial Souvenir Dollar.  Start $7.50, Postage $3.25.  No bids.  Not relisted immediately, but 10 days later it came back at the same price.  This time it sold to a single bidder during its second week of its new listing.  

 

 

2/7/19

Montana, Billings.  1969 Midland Empire State Fair Lewis and Clark Dollar in Sterling Silver, still in the Franklin Mint cardboard easel holder.  Mintage 2,481.  Catalog value $20.00..  The start was $9.99 plus $4.00.  I spotted it just before it closed, and since no one else had bid and it was cheap, I placed a bid and won it for the opening price.  Certainly not a rare issue, but the silver value was all it cost me.

 

 

2/719

West Virginia, Pocahontas Coalfield (Bluefield).  1983 Coalfield Centennial $3.00.  In Descendants’ Banquet cardboard holder.  Start $19.95 plus $4.06 shipping. From the same seller that sold some of these at the same price last month.  Apparently the demand for these has  ended, as the token was offered week after week with no bids.  The seller finally ended the item unsold on March 27.

 

 

2/7/19

Maryland, Frederick.  1964 Battle of Monocacy, Generals Wallace and Early, Souvenir Half Dollar.  Sure looked like it was made of silver, and the seller didn’t say.  I was not aware of any made in silver, so I decided to take a chance.  The start was $6.95 plus $3.66 shipping, and I won it as the second bidder for $9.29.  I was very happy with my purchase - until it arrived and it turned out to be the standard golden brass version.

 

 

2/7/19

Unknown location.  1933 Phoney Money Dollar.  Both sides of this aluminum token are the same, reading PHONEY / MONEY / $1.00 / SERIES / 1933.  Probably not a MTC but interesting and cheap, so I bid.  I was the only one who wanted it so I took it home for the $4.00 plus $1.25 opening bid.

 

 

2/8/19

California, Vacaville.  1963 Fiesta Days Half Dollar.  Start $3.88 plus $3.56 shipping.  There were no bids and this item was not relisted.

 

 

2/9/18

Hawaii, Kona.  1978 Kona Coast Dollar with Hawaiian Bicentennial reverse.  Offered starting at 99¢ plus $3.49 shipping.  Listed until February 23 with no bids, then ended by the seller. 

 

 

2/9/19

Iowa, Shelby.  1970 Centennial Half Dollar.  Starting bid $7.85.  Postage 95¢ more. In March the item became a BIN item for $6.55 and it remains available today for the same price.  The current listing is set to end on April 12.

 

 

2/9/19

Nebraska, Phelps County.  1973 Centennial Commemorative Dollar.  Set of Silver and Bronze - very difficult items to find.  I did not have the silver one.  The start was $24.99 plus $5.67 shipping.  I won it as the second bidder at an absolute give-away price of $26.00.  It turned out to be an even better deal for me because the Bronze one was the edge numbered version - which I did not have either!  Neither of these were previously listed.

 

 

2/9/19

New York, New York.  1909 Hendrik Hudson Daalder, small size, aluminum. 

HK-374.  NGC graded as MS-62.  It wasn’t.  How a tiny coin like this could get so many bag marks is a mystery to me.  Start $9.99 plus $5.00 shipping.  There were 22 bids by 7 bidders and it sold for $141.50.

 

 

2/9/19

Washington. Seattle.  1962 Century 21 Exposition World’s Fair Dollars, set of the very common Golden Brass, and the very scarce White Metal issue.  The GB one in BU condition and always available, and the WM one slightly circulated - and the first I have seen on Ebay.  The catalog for the WM one is just $5.00, but that will be going up.  Apparently these silver color ones were sent out for approval to Fair officials, who decided they would be more appealing in a golden color.  The pair started at just 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping, and - after 10 bids by 5 bidders - sold for $13.01, a steal!

 

 

2/9/19

1974 South Dakota, 1975 North Dakota, and 1976 Montana Seventh Cavalry Dollars struck in copper - all three housed in a single heavy plastic holder.  The same set I noted back in December.  After being off Ebay for a week or so, the same set came back. The start was $40.00 plus $7.90 shipping, the same cost it was previously offered for. The following week the Buy It Now option was reinstituted, this time for $80.00.  Then the seller really got serious and lowered the start to $25.00 ($70.00 BIN)  It is a good deal at that price, but no one is bidding.  The current listing ends on April 8.

 

 

2/10/19

California, Mt. Shasta.  1982 Alpine Wonderland Two and a Half Mt. Shasta Dollars.  Start 95¢ plus $3.25 postage.  After 4 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $2.43.

 

 

2/10/19

Nevada, Sparks.  1966 4th of July Celebration Half Dollar.  No number version.  This one attracted my eye because it had an unusual dull golden brown coloration.  I thought maybe it was a finish I was not aware of.  I bid and won it for $5.75 as the second bidder after a $4.99 plus $3.00 start.  After seeing it in person, I believe it was a cleaned and artificially re-toned circulated piece.

 

 

2/10/19

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  1926 Treasure Island Doubloon.  The most common 2-sided version.  XF/AU with about half the original luster left, but also with some spots on both sides.  Start 99¢ plus $1.00 shipping.  Between them, two bidders placed 11 bids, and the token sold for $26.99.  I wonder why this relatively common token always brings such high prices.

 

 

2/11/19

California, Santa Catalina Island.  1992 Catalina Dollar. Just slightly circulated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.75 plus $1.50 starting bid.

 

 

2/11/19

New York, New York City.  1986 Statue of Liberty Birthday Dollar.  Version showing Miss Liberty’s hand holding the torch before it was attached to the rest of the statue.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $3.00 starting bid.

 

 

2/11/19

Wyoming, Lovell.  1970 Mustang Dollar.  Start $4.99 plus 95¢ shipping.  Still available at the same price, now as a BIN item, with the current listing ending on April 12.

 

 

2/12/19

Alaska, Kodiak.  1964 Alaska Earthquake Good For One Snort Token.  Start $6.00.  Postage $3.50.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/12/19

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1982/83 London Bridge Dollar.  The start was $9.00 with FREE shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/12/19

Idaho, Soda Springs.  Undated Henry Stampede Dime.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $9.95 plus $2.00 starting bid.

 

 

2/12/19

Washington, Longview.  1933 Old Ironsides Quarter.  Extremely Fine.  Start $1.00 plus $3.00 for shipping.  There were 4 bids by 3 bidders and it sold for $2.26.

 

 

2/12/19

Wyoming, Green River.  1969 John Wesley Powell Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated. Start 99¢.  Postage 56¢.  It sold to the second bidder for $1.04.

 

 

2/13/19

Hawaii.  1883-1983 King Kalakaua Centennial Dala Test Strike.  Start $29.99 with FREE shipping.  Listed until March 27 before the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

2/13/19 

Louisiana, Tangipahoa Parish.  1969 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $6.00 plus $3.00 shipping.  When no one bid, the seller made this item a Buy It Now item for the same price.  It is still available two months later at the same price, with no ending date noted.

 

 

2/13/19

Michigan, Albion.  1981 Festical of the Forks $2.00.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $2.75 opening bid.

 

 

2/13/19

Oregon, Beaverton.  1968 75th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Uncirculated, but with a few spots.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $2.75 opening bid.

 

 

2/13/19

Pennsylvania, Lower Paxton Township.  1967 BiCentennial Half Dollar.  Start $5.00 plus $4.06 shipping.  Nobody wanted to pay this much and the seller finally ended his item, still at the same starting price, on March 25.

 

 

2/13/19

Antarctica, McMurdo.  1987 International Geophysical Year $10.00 in sterling silver.  Start $14.50 plus $3.55 shipping.  There were two bidders and this scarce fantasy piece sold for $15.50.

 

 

2/14/19

Alaska.  1962 Alaska Boosters Dollar.  Start 99¢ plus $2.99 postage.  After 3 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $3.13.

 

2/14/19

Ohio, Lancaster and Fairfield County Sesquicentennial Dimes, lot of four colors:  maroon, beige, white, and light green.  Start $18.00 plus $1.25 shipping.  There were no bids and the seller lowered his price to $16.00 and made it a BIN item.  It remains available for that price two months later with no ending date noted.

 

 

2/14/19

Oregon, Albany.  1948 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $49.00 plus $3.78 shipping.  Listed without a bid, of course, until March 6 when the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

2/15/19

Alaska, Nome.  Alaska Purchase Centennial Dollar token from McAlpine’s Fur Trading Post.  About Uncirculated.  Start $9.99 with FREE shipping.  After a 10 day listing the price dropped to $6.99 and today remains available two full months down the line for $5.99, Buy It Now.  There is no ending date noted - I assume that means the item has been made a permanent part of the Seller’s Store.

 

 

2/15/19

California, Brea.  1967 Golden Jubilee Half Dollar.  Extremely Fine.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $7.50.  A somewhat scarce issue that is seldom encountered in fully Uncirculated condition.  Start $1.75 plus $1.50 shipping.  Unfortunately no one has bid on this item (it is kind of ugly, condition-wise) and it remained available for two months until the seller finally gave up and terminated his listing on April 16.

 

 

2/15/19

California, Santa Catalina Island.  1995 Catalina Island Two Dollars.  Start $6.00 plus $3.29.  Listed until March 3 when it sold to a single bidder.

 

 

2/15/19

California, Turlock.  1976 U. S. Bicentennial Central Valley Collector’s  & Hobby Faire Half Dollar.  Slightly spotty Uncirculated.  Start $8.99 plus $4.00 shipping.  Despite being listed for a second week, there were no bids, so the seller ended his listing unsold.  Not surprising because when you add in the postage, that would make this token cost $12.99.  Too much!

 

 

2/15/19

Iowa, Mt. Carmel.  1969 Centennial Half Dollar in XF/AU condition.  Start $3.00 plus $3.00 again for shipping.  No Bids, not relisted.

 

 

2/15/19

Minnesota, Virginia.  1959 Centennial Iron Nickel.  Graded MS-65 in a NGC capsule.The start was $15.00 plus $3.49 shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $15.50.

 

 

2/15/19

New York, Nyack.  1959 Hudson - Champlain Celebration Orangetown Fire Company Half Dollar.  Start $15.00 plus $3.00 more for shipping.  It came back the next week for a $12.00 plus $3.70.  It’s final week ended on Marh 25 when it was available for a BIN price of $11.00 plus $3.70.  Still no bidders, so the seller ended hs listing unsold.

 

 

2/15/19

Oregon.  1959 100 Centennial Bogus Bucks. A pair of Centennial paper notes - one normal paper dollar size, and the other (with the same design)12 1/2 inches long.  Portrait of Chief Joseph on the front and State Capitol Building on the reverse.  The fronts were black and the reverses brown.  I do not currently list paper money-style items like this, but I think they are interesting.  I bid on these, but it didn’t do any good because they sold for much more than I bid.  The start was $3.99 and postage $2.50 more.  The pair of notes brought $37.00 after 11 bids from 3 bidders.

 

 

 

2/15/19

West Virginia.  1963 Yellow Plastic Centennial Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder - who placed two bids, just in case - for the opening price of $5.00 plus $5.00 MORE for shipping.  I can see the $5.00 start - but $5.00 for shipping seems excessive!  But then I have purchased items with high shipping costs, and they arrived in a box that cost nearly that much to mail.  Other times they have arrived in a standard envelope with just a single 50¢ stamp, and still cost $5.00 or $6.00 shipping.

 

 

2/16/19

Hawaii, Maui.  1973 Maui Dollar in Sterling Silver.  Numbered 367 on number block.  Low, rounded clouds.  Start $99.00 plus $5.00 shipping.  No bids.  For the week ending April 5, the start was lowered to $60.00, then $50.00 where it remains today - the current listing ends on April 19.  ***UPDATE***  The price has been lowered to a reasonable $40.00, but the postage has been raised to $6.00.  Current listing ends on May 20

 

 

2/16/19

Ohio, Coshocton.  1961 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar, plus a wooden nickel for the same celebration.  Start Just $1.99 plus $3.09 shipping.  Still available, a full two months later at the same starting price.  The current listing ends on April 16.

 

 

2/17/19

Arizona, Tombstone,  “1879” (1950’s - 1960’s) Helldorado Days Dollar.  Copper version.  Noted by the seller to be Unlisted in H & K, the So-Called Dollar book - but it should be unlisted because it has a denomination!  A common issue, but in “full red” uncirculated.  Big deal!  This grade is not unusual for this piece!  Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $59.00 plus $4.50 shipping.  A common issue that I catalog for $3.50.  Oops - this is the same token I described on December 30.

 

 

2/17/19

California, Santa Catalina Island.  1989 Catalina Trade Dollar.  Start 69¢ plus 69¢ for postage as well.  After 4 bids by 2 bidders it sold for $1.50.

 

 

2/17/19

Iowa, Ogden.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $1.75 plus $1.50 shipping.  Listed until March 22 when it was made a BIN item at the same price.  Still available at the same price - now as a BIN item with no ending date noted two months later.

 

 

2/17/19

Michigan, Harbor Springs.  1950 Ottawa Indian Capital Quarter.  Extremely Fine.  Start $9.99 plus $3.25 shipping.  After 9 bids by just two bidders, this token sold for a remarkable $50.00! 

 

 

2/17/19

Montana, Forsyth.  1982 Centennial Coin - No denomination noted, but with a September 1, 1982 expiration date.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $12.50.  This one was priced at only $9.99 plus $3.70 shipping, but it was ugly - worn to no better than Extremely fine with some scratches and spots.  It lasted until March 20 as an auction item and then was made a BIN item at the same price, and currently with a Make Offer option.  I guess I’ll try $6.30, which would make it $10.00 with postage.  OK - the seller has 2 days to respond.  I’ll let you know if I win it.  …  My offer was accepted!  A good deal for a scarce token, I suppose!

 

 

2/17/19

Montana, Red Lodge.  1935 Red Lodge Rodeo Half Dollar.  Seller said it was “BU”, and the grading companies would agree - but there was wear on the horse and on the mountain.  Still a pretty coin.  Sold to a single bidder at the $20.00 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

2/17/19

Nebraska, Blair.  1969 Centennial Dollar.  Start $4.99 plus $3.00 shipping.  For the listing ending on March 3 the start was lowered to $2.99.  When no one bid at that level, the listing was ended unsold.

 

 

2/17/19

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  1926 Sesquicentennial Treasure Island Doubloon.  Extremely Fine with no luster.  Start $34.95 plus $4.06 postage.  After a month, the start was lowered to $29.95 and when no one bid, the item was ended unsold.  A common item, and hard to sell when Ebay shows 3 others, in approximately the same condition, at the bottom of the page for $17.50, $19.99, and $30.00 plus $2.66 shipping - all of them available for less than the one being discussed here.

 

 

2/17/19

Washington, Goldendale.  1972 Centennial Dollar.  Start $9.99 plus $4.49 shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/18/19

Pennsylvania, Williamsport.  1956 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  The start was 99¢, but the postage was a crazy $10.30!  It has been listed ever since, and is now down to $4.00, BIN - still plus that $10.30 shipping.

 

 

2/19/19

Colorado, Victor.  1993 City of Mines Centennial “Lesher Dollar”.  This example numbered 830 from an issue of 1,000 pieces.  Start $19.99 with FREE shipping.  It sold for $69.99 after 7 bids from 5 bidders.

 

 

2/20/19

Michigan, Fowlerville.  1961 125th Anniversary Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $10.00 plus $4.06 shipping.  Too much!  Listed for one more week before the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

2/21/19

Texas.  2001 Texas Dollar.  A one ounce silver piece, the second in a seldom-seen 10 year series.  Issued by Rick Pinner’s Texas Mint of Whitney, Texas and marketed to Western History enthusiasts, not coin and medal collectors.  This one features a buffalo skull on the obverse, Star and Texas Dollar reverse.  This (and the two other dates listed below) have been on Ebay For a while now with no bids.  The start is high, $69.60 Buy It Now with FREE shipping.  The current listing is set to end on April 28.

 

 

2/21/19

Texas.  2004 Texas Dollar.  A one ounce silver piece, the fifth in a seldom-seen 10 year series.   This one features a cowgirl in a huge hat on the obverse, Star and Texas Dollar reverse.  No bids and still being offered at the same BIN price two months later.

 

 

2/21/19

Texas.  2005 Texas Dollar.  A one ounce silver piece, the sixth in a seldom-seen 10 year series.   This one features a rodeo  rider on a bucking horse on the obverse, Star and Texas Dollar reverse.  No bids, and still being offered at the same BIN price more than two months later.

 

 

2/22/19

Arizona, Quartzite.  1974 Pow Wow Dollar.  Uncirculated, but with many dark spots.  Start $6.00 with FREE shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/22/19

Hawaii, Maui.  Set of Maui Dollars 1992 to 1998.  All in vinyl flips with certificates of authenticity.Start $32.00 plus a very high $13.40 shipping charge.  There was a single bidder who placed two bids and won the 8 coins for the opening bid.

 

 

2/23/19

Hawaii, Maui.  Maui Dollars 2000 to 2007, the eight years.  Uncirculated but without certificates of authenticity.  Start $12.00 plus $4.00 postage.  They sold for $16.50 after just two bids.

 

 

2/23/19

Missouri, Silver Dollar City.  “1892” Mayor Shad Heller Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $2.25 plus $1.50 shipping.  Sold for $3.75 after 4 bids from 2 bidders.

 

 

2/23/19

Nebraska, North Platte.  Undated Buffalo Bill Cody’s Scouts Rest Ranch Official Commemorative Coin.  Extremely Fine.  Not previously listed, but I guess it will have to include it next time because of the inscription.  These are numbered, and this one was numbered 3433.  The start $7.00 with FREE shipping.  No bids - not relisted.  A common piece - hold out for an uncirculated one - and don’t pay as much as this seller wanted for his used one.

 

 

2/23/19

Washington, Lynden.  1991 Centennial Dollar.  Start $12.47 plus $1.45 shipping.  Since no one was bidding, on March 16 the seller raised the start to $12.65 plus $1.95!  After couple weeks at that price, the seller dropped the start to $11.95 - and that is where it remains today, nearly two months later.  The current listing is set to end on April 20.

 

 

2/24/19

Colorado, Victor. 1993 City of Mines Centennial “Lesher Dollar “ Commemorative.  This example numbered 609.  Sold for $56.00 after a 99¢ with FREE shipping start and 9 bids by 6 bidders.

 

 

2/24/19

Illinois, Greenville.  1965 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar, Nickel-silver version.  Start $4.00 plus $1.50 shipping.  There were no bids and it was made a BIN item for $5.00 until March 17, when the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

 

2/24/19  

New York, Ticonderoga.  1964 Bicentennial Half Dollar.  Graded MS-64 and encapsulated by NGC.  Offered for $10.00 plus $3.49 shipping.  When there were no bids, the seller did what all good Ebay sellers do - he doubled the price and made it a Buy It Now item for $20.70 plus $3.49.  Still available with the current closing date set for April 25.

 

 

2/24/19

Pennsylvania, Monica Area.  1965 Quasqui Centennial Half Dollar.  August 14-21 variety.  No telling which orientation variety it was.  Start $4.00 plus $1.50 shipping.  Nobody bid so the seller raised the price to $5.00 BIN for a month.  A month later he raised it another dollar, but added a Make Offer option.  It seems to be a permanent fixture in his Sellers Store now, because there is no ending date noted.

 

 

2/24/19

Washington, Aberdeen.  1933 Samuel Benn / Old Ironsides Wooden Quarter.  Extremely Fine.  Sold to a single bidder (who placed 2 bids) for the opening bid of $9.95 plus $3.50.

 

 

2/25/19

Nevada, Carson City.  1864 Nevada Centennial and Carson City Centennial Trade Dollar.  Start $12.99 with FREE shipping.  After  After March 7 it became a BIN item at the same cost.  It sold on March 22.

 

 

2/25/19

Ohio, Monroe.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Start $4.99.  Postage $4.76.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/26/19

Alaska, Fairbanks.  1967 Alaska Purchase Centennial Palace Saloon Plastic Encased Dollar One Pinch Gold Nuggets Token.  The seller noted that the printing on the token was quite worn and just about impossible to read.  Start $60.00 plus $7.50 shipping!  No bids, not relisted.

 

 

2/26/19

New York, Concord.  1962 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Extremely fine with no trace of luster left.  Offered by a Canadian seller for a start of 99¢ (U.S. 82¢).  There were 3 bids by 3 bidders and it sold for $1.50 ($1.26 U.S.).  Postage was an additional $2.28 ($1.68 U.S.).

 

 

2/27/19

California, Redding.  1965 Souvenir Gold Coin.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $2.75 opening bid.

 

 

2/27/19

Hawaii.  Set of 5 Different Dollars, (Honolulu, Maui, Hilo, Kauai, plus the Hawaiian Krown), all undated, in oxidized silver finish.  In a cracked plastic holder inscribed COINS  / OF / HAWAII.  Start $4.95 plus $3.00 shipping.  The set sold for $18.09 after 7 bids by 4 bidders.

 

 

2/27/19

Iowa, Pella.  1983 Dutch Dollar.  Start $2.25 plus $1.50 shipping.  It stayed at this level until April 12 when the start was lowered to $2.00.  It remains available;e at that start with the current listing ending on April 30.

 

 

2/27/19

Maryland, Frederick.  1964 Civil War Battle of Monocacy Generals Wallace and Early Half Dollar in oxidized bronze, holed and suspended from a pinback bar lettered MONOCACY.  Start $9.99 plus a very high $5.53 shipping.  There were two bidders who each placed a single bid and it sold for $20.50.  A scarce issue of 500 pieces- it is unknown how many were made into badges like this - that catalogs for $7.50 unhealed and without the ribbon and hanger.

 

 

2/27/19

Michigan, Corunna.  1969 Centennial Half Dollar.  The start was a very optimistic $29.99, thank goodness with FREE shipping!  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

2/27/19

Missouri, Hannibal.  1969 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Described as in Very Fine condition, but it certainly appears to be uncirculated.  Start $50.00 (Wow!) plus $2.82 shipping.  For the third week on Ebay the start was reduced to $10.00 plus a higher $3.82 shipping.  Nobody bid and the listing was ended one week after the price was lowered because the item was “no longer available”.

 

 

2/27/19

Nebraska, Chadron.  1960 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar struck in “Silver”.  The seller did not note the weight or edge inscription, so I will have to assume this was the relatively common and quite convincing silver plated issue - not the legitimately rare silver issue.  Offered for a $19.95 plus $3.00 start, this item failed to attract a bid.  This item did not come back right away, but it was eventually listed with a $14.99 plus $3.00 start - and there are still no bids.  The current listing ends on April 24.

 

 

2/27/19

Washington, Puyallup.  1965 Western Washington Fair Souvenir Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $2.75 opening bid.

 

 

2/28/19

Hawaii, Maui.  2018 Trade Dollar.  This one is a Buy It Now Item at $11.99 plus $5.99 shipping.  This seller had two available, but one has sold.  No ending dated noted.

 

 

2/28/19

“Illinois” (Michigan), Lakeview.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  This would be a really neat item if it really was from Illinois, but the Lakeview this was issued for was in Michigan.  Either way, you can Buy It Now for $12.95 plus $3.00 shipping.  Maybe not a bad price as this piece does not show up very often these days.

 

 

2/28/19

New Mexico, Alamogordo.  1958 60th Anniversary Half Dollar.  This one started off as an auction item at a higher price, but currently is a BIN item available for $7.98 plus $2.50.  The listing ends on April 25.

 

 

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