MTC's on Ebay February 2020
Iowa, Emmetsburg. 1970 Irish Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for its 75¢ plus $4.00 for shipping opening bid.
North Dakota, Langdon. 1963 75th Anniversary Half Dollar, About Uncirculated. Start 99¢, postage $1.00 more. There were no bids, but the seller resisted the token at the same price but deleted it the same day because “the item is no longer available”. At the same time another seller was offering another of these, just a shade better, but still not uncirculated. The start for that one was $9.00 with FREE shipping. There were no bids and that example lasted until March 11, when the listing was ended by the seller.
Ohio, Newcomerstown. 1964 Centennial Half Dollar in Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated condition. Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of 99¢ plus $1.00 shipping.
Arizona, Lake Havasu City. Set of the first 6 London Bridge Dollars, 1972-1977, in original snap-lock case. Start $39.99 plus $4.65 postage. Listed as an Auction item until March 14, then made a Buy It Now item for the same price. Still available on April 14, with no ending date noted - but currently with a Make Offer option.
Iowa, Emmetsburg. 1967 Irish Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $3.00 plus $1.00 shipping.
Iowa, Emmetsburg. 1968 Irish Dollar. Start $1.00 with a $1.25 postal charge. The first bidder bid $4.05 but the second won it for the next increment, $4.30. This is the second Emmetsburg Irish Dollar to sell on Ebay today. It is good to see someone out there is putting together a set of these under-appreciated tokens!
Montana. 1964 Territorial Centennial $50 Gold “slug” Copy. Graded MS-65 (Hah!) and encapsulated by NGC. Start 1¢ plus $4.95. After 5 bids from 3 bidders it sold for $15.50.
Kansas. 1961 Official Centennial Coin Stamped SUMNER COUNTY. Sold to a single bidder for the $5.00 plus $1.50 start.
Minnesota. 1958 Uniface Centennial Obverse of several Municipals and so-Called Dollars. Struck in golden brass, encapsulated by NGC and graded MS-64 which the seller noted would place this token among the top 13 graded. It amazes me how a token with some of the finish worn off the cheeks, noses and chins of the portraits could grade even Mint State-60, much less MS-64! But anyway, this token is prized by So-Called Dollar collectors as HK-517, so it did attract a good amount of attention. After a $9.99 plus $3.50 start, 8 bidders placed a total of 12 bids and it ended up selling for $76.00.
Montana, Billings. 1968 Will James 50th Anniversary of Fair Dollar in silver-clad finish. Start $3.99 plus $3.00 postage. No bids, but the next week when the start dropped a buck to $2.99 it sold to a single bidder.
Oregon. 1959 Oregon Centennial Uniface design used on several Municipal tokens and collected as a so-Called Dollar. This one struck in nickel-silver and graded MS-64 and encapsulated by NGC. No smoke, small hole variety. Noted by the seller to be amongst the top 4 graded examples. It started at $9.99 plus $3.50. It was a pretty example, so I bid $68.88 and lost. There were 10 bids from 6 bidders and one guy outbid me, winning the token for $69.88. To give you an idea of what the other bidders thought it was worth, the next bid below my unsucessful bid was $56.60, and the 3 others below that were all in the $50.00 range.
California, Lawndale. Undated Pirate Days Dime. Typical Extremely Fine condition, but the seller called it “Good to Very Good”. The start was $6.99 plus $1.01 shipping. There were no bids, so the seller made it a Buy It Now item at the same price. It lives on today, still available two months later.
Arizona, Benson. 1940 Annual Rodeo Dollar. About Uncirculated. Start $49.95 with FREE shipping. No bids, not relisted.
Kansas, Newton. 1961 Kansas Centennial Half Dollar, Very Choice Uncirculated. Sold to a single bidder at the $9.00 with FREE shipping start. The winner must have realized that this relatively common token was in remarkable condition because he placed an additional bid in case someone else wanted it.
Kansas, Stevens County. 1961 75th Anniversary Half Dollar. Start $7.99. Postage $3.00. No bids. It took two more weeks, but someone finally bought this scarce 3,000 mintage token for the opening bid.
North Dakota, Finley. 1972 75th Anniversary Dollar. Sold to a single bidder (me!) for the opening bid of $4.00 plus $1.00. It has been less than a year since the last (also the first) Ebay appearance of this token - so maybe my comment on its value was not warranted. I will keep watching!
Ohio, Orrville. 1964 Centennial Half Dollar. The seller assigned this token to Tennessee, but it is definitely from Ohio. The start was $3.00 plus $1.00, but it sold to the second bidder for $5.00.
South Dakota, Yankton. 1961 Territorial Centennial Half Dollar. Start 99¢ plus $3.50 postage. There were 6 bids placed by just two bidders, and it sold for $4.01.
Arizona, Sierra Vista. Undated Sierra Vista Silver Dollar, struck in aluminum, as usual. The start was $14.95, but the shipping was FREE. No bids, so the seller lowered the start significantly to $9.95. For the week ending April 2 the start fell further to $7.95, still with the FREE shipping. Again nobody bid and this time the seller decided to end the listing. Too bad because at this level it was a very good buy.
Hawaii. 1991 Pearl Harbor Dollar, correct perspective. Proof Silver. Includes original case. Start $25.00 plus $4.00 shipping. There were two bids and it sold for $27.00.
Illinois, Carlyle. 1962 125th Anniversary Half Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $3.25 opening bid.
New York, New York City. 1963 World’s Fair Half Dollar from the Louisiana Pavilion. About Uncirculated. Sold to a single bidder for the $19.99 plus $3.95 starting bid.
Maryland, Wicomico County Centennial Official Coin in Sterling Silver, numbered 94. Start $9.99 plus $3.03 shipping. I was the only bidder and won it for the opening bid. Cheapo, cheapo!
Alaska, Kodiak. 1965 Plywood Palace Days One Snort Rain Check, brass version, a private issue from Solly’s Office. Start $4.99 plus $3.50. Nobody bid so after 10 days the start was reduced to $4.44. That didn’t work either, so in March the start was lowered to $2.95. That worked for someone because somebody placed two bids, winning it for the opening price. Actually, a very good deal! I catalog it for $6.50. Currently an Extremely Fine example is being offered for $16.00 plus $2.00 postage, Buy It Now. The one that sold for $2.95 was Uncirculated, but just a bit spotty.
Hawaii. 1984 Queen Liliuokalani Statehood Dala in Golden Bronze, with Certificate of Authenticity. Sold to a single bidder or the opening bid of $9.99 plus $5.00.
North Dakota. 1964 North Dakota Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar in Antiqued Brass Finish, holed at the top for use in jewelry. The start was $9.95 plus $3.85 postage. I did not have this variety, but the price was too much for me - specially since anybody could easily make one of these from the standard un-holed version. Nobody bid, and the next week it came back with the start lowered to $8.46. That did not work so the seller just made it into a $9.95 plus $3.95 Buy It Now item. Still available on April 10, two months later, but it currently has a Make Offer option.
South Dakota. 1977 South Dakota Dollar struck in the standard nickel-silver. Numbered 08752 on rim. Sart $5.95 with FREE shipping. When no one bid for 6 weeks, the seller decided the way to sell his item was to raise the starting price to $6.95. After another 3 weeks at $6.95 the seller made his item a Buy It Now item for 6.97. This additional 2¢ price increases did not work either, so the seller ended his item unsold on April 8.
Missouri, Palmyra. 1969 Sesquicentennial Coin. About Uncirculated. Start 99¢ plus $4.00 postage. After 3 bids by 2 bidders this lot sold for $2.25.
California, Fort Bragg. 1963 Paul Bunyan Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the $4.95 with FREE shipping start.
Hawaii, Maui. Series 1 Set of Maui Dollars, 1992-1996 in Maui Trade Dollar Association folder numbered 08288. Start $20.00 ($30.00 BIN). Postage $4.25. No one bid, so after just one week on Ebay, the seller ended his listing.
Missouri, Perryville. 1962 (1961) Battle of Perryville Centennial Half Dollar. The scarcer 1961 redemption date variety. Start $14.95 with FREE shipping. A fairly scarce item that I wanted for my duplicates, so I thought I’d wait a bit and see if the price would go down to $10.00 or so - but no, the seller ended his listing without a bid after just a single week.
Illinois, Galena. 1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar. Start 99¢ plus $3.00 shipping. There were two bids and it sold for $2.05.
Iowa, Emmetsburg. 1974 Irish Dollar. Offered for a $5.00 plus $3.45 start. Listed until March 23 with no bid, then made a Buy It Now item at the same price. Still available on April 14, and currently there is a Make Offer option.
Kansas, Stevens County. 1961 Kansas Centennial Half Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the $7.99 plus $3.00 opening bid.
Michigan, Calhoun County. 1948 County Fair Centennial Half Dollar in XF/AU condition. Start 99¢ plus another 99¢ for shipping. There were 4 bids by 3 bidders and it ended up bringing $4.01.
Montana. 1964 Territorial Centennial Dollar. Standard nickel-silver version. Sold to a single bidder for the $3.33 plus $3.50 opening bid.
Montana, McCone County. 1964 Montana Territorial Centennial Half Dollar. Start $3.99 plus $3.50 shipping. After 17 bids by just 3 bidders it sold for a remarkable $16.00.
Montana, Red Longe. 1972 (73) Yellowstone Park Centennial Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the $4.04 plus $3.90 opening bid.
Nevada, Las Vegas. “1907” (1981) $20 Showgirl in Antiqued bronze with gold obverse “coin”. About uncirculated. Start $17.99 plus $3.99. No bids. Not relisted.
North Dakota, Portland. 1981 Centennial One Drink token from the Portland American Legion. Extremely fine / About Uncirculated. Start $5.00 plus $3.20 shipping. I feel lucky to have been the winner of this lot as the second bidder for $7.50. This will be a good trader for me some day!
Pennsylvania, Mt. Lebanon. 1962 50th Anniversary Half Dollar with standard 7/9 redemption date. Corroded and cleaned. Sold to a single bidder, who placed an additional unnecessary bid, for the $6.00 plus $2.50 start.
South Dakota, Sioux Falls. Dakota Territory Half Dollar. Lot of four average Uncirculated examples. All were the “cooperating” type, three with circle and one with dots. Start $4.95 plus $1.95 shipping. Sold to a single bidder at the $4.95 plus $1.95 shipping start. Quite common and surprising that it sold but the following much scarcer lot of 4 from Yankton did not.
South Dakota, Yankton. 1961 First Territorial Capitol Half Dollar. Lot of four choice Uncirculated examples. Start $4.95 plus $1.95 shipping. There were no bids and the lot was not relisted.
Alabama, Montgomery. 1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar. Choice Uncirculated. Sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $3.95 opening bid.
Alaska, Sitka. 1963 Alaska’s Historical Capital Dollar in Sterling Silver. Start 99¢ plus $2.75 shipping. After 5 bids by 5 different bidders, it sold for $19.39.
Hawaii. 1883-1983 King Kalakaua Centennial Dala - Three “Trial Strikes” on a White Metal ring. Start $1.99 plus $3.00 shipping. After 12 bids by just 3 bidders it sold for $42.00
Montana, Forsyth. 1982 City of Trees Non-Denominated Coin. I was the only bidder for this scarce municipal for the $1.82 plus $2.99 start. A giveaway!
Oregon, Myrtle Creek. 1959 Oregon Centennial Myrtlewood Half Dollar. The sticker side was a bit scratched and cracked, but still there were two bidders and it sold for $3.24 after a $2.99 plus $3.25 start.
Vermont, Bennington. 1961 Bicentennial Half Dollar. Start $5.00 plus $3.50 shipping. No bids. On the 16th of March the postage fee was lowered to just $1.00. There were still no bids and on April 10 the seller finally gave up and ended his listing unsold.
Non-Local. 1976 U. S. Bicentennial Petro Dollar. Morgan Dollar and Indian Head Cent busts. In Oil We Trust. Aluminum. Not previously cataloged. I was the only bidder for the $2.00 plus 50¢ opening bid. Listable, I suppose.
Arizona, Lake Havasu City. 1978 London Bridge Dollar in the standard nickel-silver finish. Sold to a single bidder for the $8.00 plus $4.20 opening bid. $12.20 is a lot for this very common municipal!
California, Calico. 1998 25th Spring Festival Dollar. Brass. Extremely Fine Condition. Start $14.99 Canadian ($10.61 U.S.) plus $3.00 Canadian ($2.12 U. S.). Listed at the same start until April 17 when the seller ended his listing untold.
Oregon, Astoria. 1966 Bridge Dedication Half Dollar. Group of 3 uncirculated examples. Start 99¢ plus $4.00 shipping. Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid.
Iowa, Emmetsburg. 2001 Irish Dollar. Start $1.99 plus $3.95 shipping. It sold to the second bidder for $2.24.
New York, Warwick Valley. 1967 Centennial Half Dollar. Unattractive spotty Extremely Fine / About Uncirculated condition. Sold to a single bidder for the $12.50 with FREE shipping start.
Arizona, Tucson. 1933 Wolfville Western Days Dollar. Encapsulated by NGC and graded AU-58 BN. The start was 99¢ plus $3.50, and it attracted 11 bids from 7 bidders and ended up selling for $15.50.
Hawaii. 1959 Crossroads of the Pacific Souvenir Coin. Nickel-Silver version. Graded MS-65 by NGC. Noted to be in the top 8 pieces graded. It is a nice, problem free token. A So-Called Dollar, HK-548. Start $9.99 plus $3.50 shipping. There were 20 bids by 6 bidders and it ended up selling for $70.00. A very good buy for someone!
Hawaii. “1883” King Kalakaua Kala Dala in Silver, the usual composition. With Certificate of Authenticity by The Hawaiian Mint. Sold to a single bidder for the starting bid of $35.00 plus $5.00 shipping.
Hawaii. 1988 Silver Kamehameha the Great Hawaii Dala by the Royal Hawaiian Mint. Start $35.00 plus $5.00 shipping. When no one bid the start was dropped weekly to $33.00, $27.00, and then $25.00. That worked for someone, because it did sell to a lone bidder for the opening bid.
Montana, McCone County (Circle). 1964 County 75th Anniversary - Territorial Centennia Half Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $3.50 start.
Montana, Virginia City. 1963 Centennial Dollar. Start $3.33 plus $3.50 shipping. It sold to the second bidder for $3.75. The same seller offered another of these, also closing today, for a $3.99 plus $3.50 start. This one sold to a single bidder. The seller used the same image for both of these, which depicted a token in nice About Uncirculated condition.
Oregon, Mt. Angel. 2004 Oktoberfest Dollar. Start $9.00 ($12.00 BIN) plus $2.00 shipping. The first of these I have noted in these listings. Still out there, but now only as a BIN item at $12.00 + $2.00 on April 22. The seller is currently offering a Make Offer option as well.
North Dakota, Langdon. 1963 75th Anniversary Half Dollar. Start $9.00 with FREE shipping. Listed unsureccessfully until March 11, when the seller ended his listing unsold.
Alaska, Fairbanks. 1959 Statehood Dollar. Start 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping. There were 5 bids by 4 bidders and the token sold for $3.30.
Kansas, Clyde. 1966 Centennial Redeemable Coin. About Uncirculated. Start 99£ plus $2.99 shipping. After 3 bids by 2 bidders it sold for $2.25.
Nebraska, Hay Springs. 1960 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar. Start 99¢ plus $3.99 shipping. Between the 3 bidders, 13 bids were placed, and this scarce token sold for $29.55!
Texas, Columbus. 1973 Sesquicentennial Commemorative Coin. The first of these I have seen on Ebay since 2015. Apparently nobody else got excited by it, since I was able to buy it as the only bidder at the $2.50 plus $4.00 opening bid!
Iowa, Emmetsburg. Lot of 6 early Irish Dollars. Included 1966,1969, 1970. 1971, 1972 and 1973. Sold to a single bidder for the $12.95 with FREE shipping opening price.
Oregon, Bend. 1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar. Sold to a single bidder for the $9.00 with FREE shipping opening bid.
Pennsylvania, Hummelstown. 1966 Bicentennial Half Dollar. Uncirculated, but a bit scuffed up. Start $2.25 plus $1.50 shipping. Sold to the second bidder for $2.51.
South Dakota. Sioux Falls. 1960 (61) Dakota Territorial Centennial Half Dollar. Cooperating, dots variety. Start 50¢ plus $3.99 shipping. After 6 bids by 2 bidders the token sold for $4.25.
Alaska, Fort Wainwright/Eleison A. F. B. 1967 Alaska Centennial Good For One Haircut. Start $7.95 plus $3.25 shipping.
Hawaii, Honolulu. 1973 Hawaii Dollar. Antique Brass. Medium wave, short spikes. About Uncirculated. Start $2.50 with FREE shipping. Sold to the third bidder for $3.25.
New York, New York City. 1909 Henry Hudson 1 Daalder So-Called Dollar in the smalll sized aluminum version. Very fine, though the seller described it as Uncircuated. Remarkably worn for one of these tiny tokens! Start $19.99 plus $3.20 shipping. Sold to a second bidder for $20.50.
New York, New York City. 1973 Bicentennial American Fair $1,000 Discount on Exhibit Space token. Extremely Fine / About Uncirculated. Start $1.99 plus $4.70 postage. No bids. It was then made a $2.50 plus $4.70 Buy It Now item for a couple more 10 day listings, then ended due to lack of interest.
Oregon, Joseph. 1995 50th Anniversary of Chief Joseph Days Five Tokens Coin. Extremely Fine. Start $4.99 ($6.99 BIN) plus $4.90 shipping. Listed until April 2 when the seller finally gave up and ended the listing unsold.
Colorado. 1959 Rush To The Rockies Uniface So-Called Dollar. HK-544. Extremely Fine, holed at 9:00 for use on a key ring or other device. Start $9.99 plus $3.20 shipping. There were 5 bids by 3 bidders and it sold for $16.00.
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