MTCs on Ebay January 2018

MTCs on Ebay January 2018

 

 

1/1/18

Iowa, Webster.  1957 Centennial Half Dollar.  A pair of these, one XF, one AU - which are typical conditions for this issue.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening price of $16.95 plus $3.50 shipping.

 

 

1/2/18

Iowa, Pella.  1986 Dutch Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.50.  This one has been available a while now as a BIN item for $9.99 with FREE shipping, but is currently available for 10% off,  a savings of $1.00.

 

 

1/3/18

Florida, Titusville.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  The start was $4.95 plus $2.61 shipping.  After  two weeks it was made a Buy It Now item at the same price  It is still available with a March 17 closing date.

 

 

1/3/18  

Texas.  “1836” Republic of Texas Dollar.  A pair of these in Copper and Silver.  Uncirculated.  The start for each was $199.99 plus $18.00 shipping from Uruguay.  I won both for the opening bids.  The much scarcer copper one was nicer than the one already in my collection.

 

 

1/4/18

Kansas. 1941 Coronado Quatro Centennial Nickel in Zinc. The obverse was toned, and the reverse was much brighter - which is the way the zinc ones come.  Extremely Fine/ Almost Uncirculated.  Start $1.99 plus $3.49. After one week it was made a BIN item at the same price until January 15 when the listing was terminated unsold.

 

 

1/5/18

Colorado, Aspen.  1980 Centennial Dollar.  Start $14.99 plus $2.75.  This piece brought a remarkable $26.51 after 3 bids by 2 bidders.

 

 

1/5/18

Michigan, Upper Peninsula.  Undated Upper Peninsula Dollar.  The common “eagle on shield” design.  Start 99¢ plus $3.00.  After 5 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $14.55.

 

 

1/5/18

North Dakota, Bowbells.  1981 Diamond Jubilee Dollar.  Start $5.99 with FREE shipping.  After a couple weeks it was made a BIN item that is still available as I write this two months later. 

 

 

1/6/18

Arizona, Tucson.  1933 Wolfville Wolfville Western DaysDollar - HK-689 to So-Called Dollar collectors.  NGC MS-62 BN.  To me this “slabbed” token looked to be uncirculated, still slightly red, but spotty.  Start $115.00 plus $4 shipping.  It was available until February 7 when the listing was ended by the seller.

 

 

1/6/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1980  London Bridge Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder at the $5.00 plus $3.00 start.

 

 

 

1/6/18

New York, Saratoga.  1963 Racing Centennial Half Dollar.  Start was 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping.  It sold for $4.25 after 4 bids by 2 bidders.

 

 

 

1/6/18

Oregon. 1959 Uniface Oregon Centennial Half Dollar Obverse.  Unholed, Nickel Silver, with smoke variety.  About Uncirculated.  The start was $19.95 plus $3.75 shipping.  This piece sold for $24.38 after 3 bids by 3 different bidders.  Another of the Municipal Tokens of interest to So-Called Dollar collectors.

 

 

1/6/18

Oregon, Union.  1987 Centennial Dollar.  About Uncirculated, and a bit stained.  The start was $4.95 plus $3.50 shipping.  No bids.  It was listed one more week before the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

1/6/18

West Virginia, (Bluefield).  1983 Pocahontas Coalfield Centennial $3.00.  The start was just 95¢ plus $2.95 shipping, but it sold $30.37 after 12 bids by 5 bidders.  An example of what can happen to values of “crossover” MTCs - tokens which are of interest to other groups of collectors.  This one, of course, appeals to coal company token collectors.

 

 

1/7/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1973 London Bridge Dollar.  Slightly circulated. Start $1.50 plus 70¢ shipping.  It sold for a very reasonable $4.24 after 5 bids by 3 bidders.

 

 

1/7/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1981 London Bridge Dollar in the usual oxidized brass finish.  Sold to a single bidder at the $2.50 plus 70¢ start.

 

1/7/18

California, Lawndale.  Undated Pirate Days Dime in the typical XF/AU grade.  Start $4.95 plus $2.75 shipping.  It started as an auction item, and is still available as a Buy It Now item at the same price after two full months. 

 

 

1/7/18

New York, New York City.   (1964) New York Worlds Fair Louisiana Pavilion Jacqueline Kennedy Half Dollar.  In Extremely Fine Condition.  The start was 1¢ plus $3.79 shipping.  It sold for $13.50 after 9 bids by 5 bidders

 

 

1/7/18

Pennsylvania, Beaver Falls.  1968 Bicentennial Half Dollar with correct spelling of REDEEMABLE. Start $6.00 plus $2.80.  It was listed until January  24 as an auction item, then as a BIN for $8.00 plus $2.80.  For the week ending March 18 it was made a bid item again, this time with a lower $6.00 start.  When it did not get a bid, the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

1/7/18

South Carolina, Beaufort.  1962 Huguenot Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to single bidder at the $4.99 plus $2.92 opening.  

 

 

1/8/18

Alaska Fairbanks.  1959 Statehood Dollar described as being for the “Statehood Centennial” by NGC who slabbed it and graded it MS-66.  It was a nice uncirculated specimen.  The start was  $30.00 plus $6.50.  After a couple weeks as an auction item it was made a BIN lot for $25.00 plus $3.25, and it sold on January 30.  A very high price for an extremely common MTC easily found in this grade.

 

 

1/9/18

Alaska, Skagway.  1974 and 1975 Gateway to the Klondike Dollars.  The pair started at 99¢ plus $2.75.  There were 8 bids by 4 bidders and I very pleased to win the lot for $6.02.

 

 

1/9/18

Pennsylvania, New Wilmington.  1963 Centennial Half Dollar.  Golden Brass version.  Offered for a $4.00 plus $3.50 start, but no one bid.  It was not relisted. 

 

 

1/10/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1972 London Bridge Dollar, the first year of issue.  The start was $8.88 plus $2.95 postage.  Still available more than 2 months later.

 

 

1/11/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1976 London Bridge Bicentennial Dollar, struck in Copper.  Start was just 99¢ with a $3.49 charge for postage.  It sold for the opening bid at the end of the second week of listing.

 

 

1/11/18

Arizona, Mesa.  1978 Centennial Dollar.  The start was $4.99 with FREE shipping.  There were no bids and it was not relisted. 

 

 

1/11/18

Georgia, Rossville.  1976 U. S. Bicentennial Quarters.  Patrick Mint private issues for Heritage House Rare Coins. Both the Indian Head and Independence Hall designs.  Start was $9.99 + $3.50.  There were no bids the first week, but they sold during the second week of listing to a single bidder.

 

 

 

1/11/18

Missouri, Liberty and Clay County.  1972 Sesquicentennial Dollar in the standard Oxidized Bronze finish,  The start was $25 with FREE shipping (WAY too much), then down to $22.50 for 2 weeks, then $20.00 for 2 more. After that it became a BIN item at $20 for 2 weeks, Then to $17.50 bid and after that $12.25  - then it returned as a BIN item at $17.50.  Available at this price until April 4.

 

 

1/11/18

Missouri, Liberty and Clay County.  1972 Sesquicentennial Dollars - set of two numbered pieces in OXBR and Silver.  While researching the price history on the above un-numbered piece, Ebay suggested this set of two in silver and bronze.  Offered for $79.95 with FREE shipping BIN or Make Offer.  Number not reported.  The same set I mentioned in 2016 and 2017!  

 

 

1/11/18

New York, New York.  1909 Hudson Fulton Exposition Dollar gold “dollar” size aluminum.  Nearly Extra Fine.  Start $1.00 plus $3.95 postage.  It sold for $38.01 after 13 bids by 8  bidders.  This is collected by So-Called Dollar collectors as HK-370.

 

 

1/12/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1984/85 London Bridge Dollar in Oxidized Nickel-Silver (seller called it “Pewter”).  The mintage for this special issue was 2,500 and it catalogs for $5.00.  Start was $20.00 with FREE shipping.  When it did not sell the seller raised his price to $22.50, then $22.95 then $21.80.  After that it went to $19.62, then $18.64, then $17.71.  After that it was made a BIN item for $17.91.  That was it.   When no one bought it, the item was removed by the seller because “the item is no longer available”.  But it came back anyway, and is still available - this time as an auction item for a start of $16.97 with FREE shipping.  The current listing ends on 19 March.  

 

 

1/12/18

Washington, Walla Walla.  1939 Golden Jubilee Souvenir Wagon Wheel Good For Admission to Fairgrounds, plus a 1 inch celluloid pinback button with the same design as the obverse of the token.  Both in the same descriptive paper envelope that they were issued in back in 1939.  Sold to a single bidder at the $7.83 plus $3.00 opening bid.

 

 

1/13/18

Florida, Fort Pierce.  1963 125th Anniversary Half Dollar.  A very worn example, no better than Fine condition.  You can buy this gem for only $25.00 plus $3.50 shipping.  Any takers?

 

 

1/14/18

Arizona, Tombstone  “1879” Helldorado Souvenir Dollar.  Copper variety.  I have not listed this common piece in a long time, but this one brought such a high price it caught my eye.  The start was $9.99 plus $3.50.  After 4 bids by 3 bidders, it brought a very high $43.00.  I guess it helped that the seller called it an unlisted So-Called Dollar - which it is not.  

 

 

1/14/18

New York, Fairport.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $11.50 with FREE shipping.  There have been no bids and it is still available for the same price as a BIN item.  The current listing ends on March 15.

 

 

1/14/18

Ohio, Geauga County (Chardon).  1979 50th Anniversary Maple Festival Quarter.  Unknown Mintage.  Catalog value $10.00.  About Uncirculated.  After a $4.99 plus $2.99 start, this piece attracted 3 bids from 3 bidders and sold for $6.51.  Not a bad price for this hard to find item!

 

 

1/14/18

Ohio, Troy.  1964 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Holed at top for keychain, with the chain still attached.  About Uncirculated.  Start $4.99.  Postage $3.99.  No bids.  Listed two more weeks at the same price with the same result.

 

 

1/15/18

California, Chatsworth.  1976 U. S. Bicentennial Dime.  Extremely Fine. Private issue for Mid Valley Coin Co.  Mintage 1,000.  Catalog value $3.50.  Start was 96¢ with 71¢ shipping.  It sold for $2.50 after 6 bids by 3 bidders.

 

 

1/15/18

Texas, Childress County.  1963 75th Anniversary Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder at the $6.00 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

1/15/18

Antarctica, McMurdo.  1987 30th Anniversary of the International Geophysical Year &10.00 struck in, according to the seller (who was also the guy who had issued them), Copper Nickel.  If so, this is a new listing.  I was the only bidder at the $13.50 plus $3.50 start.  

 

 

1/15/18

Antarctica, Little America.  2014 South Polar Breakthrough.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously listed.  Again I was the only bidder at the $12.50 plus $3.50 start.  I am not sure I will be listing this one, which the seller described as being struck in Copper Nickel, because it dosen’t seem to commemorate anything. 

 

 

1/16/18

Hawaii, Honolulu.  1973 Hawaii Dollar Struck in Silver.  Number block variety, no number inscribed.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  The start was $39.95 plus $3.50 postage.  There were 7 bids by 2 bidders and it sold for $84.00.

 

 

1/16/18

Hawaii, Kauai.  1973 Kauai Dollar Struck in Silver.  Single pair of petroglyph, one at either side of shrine, Number block variety, this one numbered 337.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously listed.  The token received no bids at its $49.99 plus $3.50 start, and was not relisted.    

 

1/16/18

Hawaii, Maui,  1973 Maui Dollar Struck in Silver.  Number block variety, with number not inscribed.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously listed.  The start was $39.95 plus $3.50 postage.  There were 9 bids by just 2 bidders, and it sold for $86.88.

 

 

1/16/18

Nevada.  Not Dated (Copyright 1975) Nevada Dollar.  Nickel silver plate version (looks like silver, but the seller states that it does not test out as silver).  That was good enough for me, the actual silver one is RARE!  Weight 26.2 grams (someday I will weigh my Silver one to check the weight). About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $19.95 plus $3.00 opening bid.

 

 

1/17/18

Colorado,Victor.  “1900” Lesher House Restoration Lesher Dollar ($1.25) Copy.  Silver.  Mintage 1,000, this one numbered 706.  Not previously cataloged.  Issued at $30.00 by the American Numismatic Association to raise money for the restoration of the original Lesher House, pictured on the medal.  Start $50.00 plus a surprising $10.00 postage.  I won it as the second bidder at $51.00.

 

 

1/17/18

Hawaii.  “1893” Queen Liliuokalani Akahi Dala in Gold-Anodized Aluminum.  Still in its descriptive mailing card.  Sold to a single bidder at its $19.99 plus $3.99 opening bid.

 

 

1/17/18

Nevada.  1980 Nevada Dollar.  Mintage 10,000.  Catalog value $2.50.  Start $4.00.  Postage $3.50.  When it was relisted for a penny less, it did find a bidder two weeks later.

 

 

1/17/18

Nevada, Las Vegas.  “MCMVII” (1907) Las Vegas Twenty.  St. Gaudens $20 obverse, Showgirl reverse.  Extremely Fine.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $5.00.  The seller stated that this token was made in 1931 or 1932 - actually it was made nearly 50 years after that.  Offered for $19.95 with FREE shipping.  When no one bid it was made a BIN piece at the same cost.  Listed until February 19 when the seller ended the listing unsold.

 

 

1/18/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1976 London Bridge Dollar.  Choice Uncirculated.  The start was 99¢ and postage $3.49.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening price.

 

 

1/18/18

Colorado, Denver.  1979 Bronco Buck Sports Schedule Token.  Offered for $4.99 plus $3.50.  No bids.  Listed two additional weeks at this price.  Then the start was reduced to $3.99 and the postage cut to $1.50.  I did not have this date, and I won it as the only bidder on February 23.  I am probably not going to list these Bronco Bucks.  Ebay suggested 4 more of these, dated 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981, each in a different lot - Each one was priced at either $4.25 plus $2.55 or $5.00 plus $3.95.  I was not tempted.  In fact, I think I paid too much for this one!  Modern sport schedule tokens like these probably shouldn’t cost over a buck apiece.  A fool and his money….

 

 

1/18/18

Hawaii, Maui.  Set of 5 maui Trade Dollars, 1992 - 1996 in souvenir card numbered 011868.  Start was $1.00 plus $2.99 shipping.  It sold for $16.05 after 8 bids by 5 bidders.

 

 

 1/18/18

Idaho, Soda Springs.  Undated Henry Stampede Dime.  Extremely Fine.  Start was $4.89 plus $2.89 shipping.  It sold for the opening bid to someone who was so anxious to win it that he placed a total of three bids, the second and third bids turned out to be unnecessary.

 

 

1/18/18

Nebraska, Gothenburg.  1960 Pony Express Centennial Half Dollar.  Choice Uncirdulated.  Start was 99¢ plus $2.99.  It sold for $1.32 after 3 bids by two bidders.

 

 

 

1/18/18

Washington, Walla Walla.  1960 Frontier Days Buck.  Extremely Fine.  Start 99¢.  Postage $1.50.  After two bids it sold for $1.04.  It has been a while since I have seen one of these listed on Ebay.

 

 

1/19/18

Alaska, Indian.  1967 Alaska Purchase Centennial Good For One Drink token from Jim’s Saloon.  These tokens were all numbered - this one being 919.  About Uncirculated.  Start was $10.00 plus $1.95 shipping.  There were no bids this or the following week, so the seller ended his listing unsold on January 26.

 

 

1/19/18

Ohio, Ironton.  1938 Northwest Territory 150th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Extremely Fine, but rusted all over.  Start $19.99.  Postage $4.00.  After two weeks a Buy It Now option was added ($27.99), and that’s where it is today.  The current listing ends on March 21.

 

 

1/19/18

South Dakota, Sioux Falls.  1961 (60) Dakota Territory Centennial Half Dollar.  The usual issue, but made into a bolo tie.  Sold to a single bidder for the $3.99 plus $3.50 opening bid.

 

 

1/20/18

Kansas, Ottawa County.  1961 Kansas Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $3.99.  Postage $2.69.  Start reductions to $3.69, $3.59, $3.49, $3.39, and $3.29.  That was the opening bid when the seller ended his listing unsold on March 15.

 

 

1/20/18

Montana, Helena.  Undated 25¢ Last Chance Gold Coin.  Extremely Fine.  Start $5.95.  Postage $2.75.  When there were no bids, the seller made the irem a Buy It Now lot at the same cost.  Still available two months later.

 

 

1/21/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1972 London Bridge Dollar.  Choice Uncirculated.  Start $10.00, plus a $4.00 shipping fee.  After two weeks it became a BIN item at the same price and when no one bought it it was ended unsold.

 

 

1/21/18

Colorado, Durango.  1979 (1980) Narrow Gauge Train Rotary Club Dollar.  Start was $2.50 plus 70¢ shipping.  It sold for $2.75 after just two bids.

 

 

1/21/18

Hawaii, Maui.  1998 Maui Trade Dollar.  Start $1.95.  Postage $4.50.  No bids this week, or on either of the two additional weeks it was listed.

 

 

1/21/18

Minnesota, Virginia.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Iron Nickel.  Choice Uncirculated.  Start $17.75 plus $3.25 shipping. Four weeks later it went down to $16.75 and stayed there until the lot was ended unsold on March 11.  A few days later, another of these, also very choice, was offered by a different seller for $9.99 plus $3.50.  There were no bids, and the seller ended the listing after a single week.

 

 

1/21/18

Nevada, Boulder City.  1973 Boulder Buck.  Start - are you ready for this? - $47.50.  At least the shipping was FREE!  The next week the price was up to $48.45, then it went to $46.03 for a couple weeks before plunging to a $43.73 start.  After that it went to $41.54, then $42.79, then to $41.79 where it stands today.  The current listing ends on April 18.

 

 

1/21/18

New York, New York City.  1909 Hudson-Fulton Large (silver Dollar size) aluminum 1 Daalder.  About Uncirculated with a little bit of tin pest on both sides.  Start 99¢.  Postage $2.50.  Sold for $37.00 after 13 bids from 8 bidders.

 

 

1/21/18

New York, New York City.  1909 Hudson-Fulton Small (“Gold Dollar Size - 15mm) Aluminum 1 Daalder.  Described as Uncirculated by the seller, but it looked Extremely Fine to me (rough surfaces and obvious wear to facial hair).  Start $9.99.  Postage $3.50.  It sold for $19.38 after 8 bids by 3 bidders.

 

 

1/21/18

Wyoming, Buffalo.  1984 Souvenir Dollar in Silver.  This example numbered 110.  It started at $29.00 with FREE shipping and I won it for the give-away price of $32.56 as the second bidder.

 

 

1/22/18

Montana, Wolf Point.  1990 75th Anniversary Dollar.  Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated.  Mintage unknown.  Catalog value $7.50.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening bid of $9.99 plus $3.00.

 

 

1/23/18

Iowa, Dysart.  1973 Centennial Souvenir Coin in Golden Brass.  Mintage 1,500.  Catalog value $6.00.  Start $8.98.  Shipping FREE.  After a couple weeks it went down to $7.97 and it stayed at that level until March 4 when the seller ended his listing unsold. 

 

 

1/23/18

Michigan, Bay City.  1913 Souvenir Check Good for 10¢ At The Fair.  Uncirculated - or maybe polished to look that way.  Start $9.99.  Postage $3.00.  The next week it was a BIN item at the same price - then a bid item starting at $7.99.  The next week it was a BIN item at $7.99 plus $3.00, and when the week was up the listing was ended “because there was an error in the listing”.  The same exact item came back anyway, at an opening bid of $5.99 and is still available.  The current listing ends on March 21.

 

 

1/23/18

Ohio, Geneva.  Geneva Grape Jamboree Quarters from 1977, 1978, 1979 1981. Mintage unknown, but probably 500 pieces each.  I catalog them for only $3.50 each. The first of the Grape Jamboree tokens (issued annually from 1971 to at least 1998) that I have noticed on Ebay since this tabulation began over 5 years ago.  I was the only bidder at the $6.99 plus $2.71 start.

 

 

1/24/18

Hawaii, Honolulu.  1991 Honolulu Dala.  Proof silver.  The start was $19.99 plus $4.00 shipping.  It sold for $22.48 after two bids.

 

 

1/24/18

New York, Schenectady. 1959 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Slabbed and grabded MS-65 by NGC.  The same one noted for my listing of July 25 of last year.  Now available for a bid of  $14.95 plus $2.75.  That MS-64 one I mentioned in that post is still available as well, but it has risen in price to $29.95 plus $2.85 BIN.

 

 

1/24/18

Washington, Ellensburg.  1967 Centennial Dollar for Robber’s Roost.  Robbers Roost was the name of a small trading post around which the town of Ellensburg grew, And Ellen was the name of the Trading Post’s proprietor.  Start $4.99 with FREE shipping.  Two weeks later the start was reduced to $3.99, and a week after that - when the price was further lowered to $2.99, it sold to a single bidder at the opening price. 

 

 

1/24/18

Wyoming, Gilette.  1966 75th Anniversary Half Buck.  Extremely Fine.  Start 95¢.  Postage $2.95.  Sold for $14.50 after 6 bids from 2 bidders.

 

 

1/25/18

Alaska, Sitka.  1957 Alaska Day Half Dollar issued by the Elk’s Club.  About Uncirculated / Uncirculated.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $15.00.  Start $14.99 plus $2.75.  There were no bids and the seller ended his listing after just one week - but the same token is currently (until March 28) available from the same seller for $23.99 Buy It Now.

 

 

1/25/18

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coins for Washington and Shawnee Counties.  The pair of tokens failed to find a home at the $9.99 plus $2.80 opening bid, and was not relisted.

 

 

1/26/18

Hawaii.  “1883” / 1980 King Kalakaua Akahi Dala.  Antique brass version, struck without a collar - resulting an a flange outside the regular diameter of the coin.  Diameter 40mm instead of the normal 38mm.  No doubt a trial strike for this issue, and probably not listable.  The token was in slightly circulated condition with a few dark spots on either side.  I was the only bidder at the $8.95 plus $2.75 starting bid.

 

 

1/26/18

Wyoming, Casper.  1981 Casper Dollar.  A Buy It Now item available for $5.95 plus $2.50 shipping.  Still available two months later.

 

 

1/27/18

Pennsylvania, Lehighton.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar struck in nickel-silver.  Lot of 4 offered for a starting bid of $19.95 plus $7.00.  When no one bid after the start was reduced to $14.95, the seller ended the listing.

 

 

1/28/18

Arizona, Tucson.  1933 Wolfville Western Days Dollar.  Encapsulated and graded MS-63 BN by NGC.  Start $85.00 with FREE postage.  After another week it was made a BIN item at the same price, but on February 15 the item was ended by the seller because “the item is no longer available”.

 

 

1/28/18

Michigan, Marshall.  1980 Sesquicentennial Dollars.  Pair of the two regular issue varieties, antiqued brass and antiqued nickel-silver, in a very nice hard plastic holder.  The start was $2.49 plus $3.00 for postage.  After 4 bids by 3 bidders it sold for $20.50.

 

 

1/28/18

Michigan, Marshall.  1980 Sesquicentennial Dollars.  Complete set including the two regular issue varieties, antiqued brass and antiqued nickel-silver, plus the scarce proof Bronze and Silver versions in a very nice hard plastic case. This is the first appearance the two rare versions in these monthly listings.  Their mintages are unknown, but I list the Bronze at $12.50 and the silver for $25.00. The start was $4.99 plus $3.00 for postage.  After 5 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $76.00.

 

 

1/28/18

North Dakota, Edgeley.  1987 Centennial Quarter, Private issue of The Variety Shop, Don & Marcy Thurlow.  About Uncirculated.  A new one to me, not previously listed.  I was the only bidder at the $10.00 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

1/28/18

Oregon, Albany.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar in an unofficial silver plate.  Called by the seller a very scarce mule of HK-554, the rare gold Buchanan-Eisenhower Dollar.  Hmmm.  I guess that was enough to intrigue a few bidders, and it ended up selling for $35.99 plus $3.50 after 4 bids by four different bidders

 

 

1/28/18

Washington, Walla Walla.  1959 59¢ Centennial Buck, Special Issue struck in copper.  About Uncirculated and a bit spotty.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening price of $4.95 plus $1.25.  The winning bidder placed a second, higher bid in case someone else placed a bid.

 

 

1/29/18

Hawaii.  1984 Queen Liliuokalani Statehood Dala.  Proof Silver.  Start $39.00.  Postage $3.45.  This piece remains available for the same opening bid more than 2 months later.  The current listing ends on April 2.

 

 

1/30/18

Hawaii, Honolulu.  1992 Honolulu Dala struck in pure silver.  Start 99¢ plus $2.75 postage.  This one sold for $27.01 after 10 bids by 6 bidders.

 

 

1/3018

Hawaii.  “1883” King Kalakaua Akahi Dala Copy by the Hawaii Pacific Mint.  Proof-like silver.  Start 99¢ plus $2.75 for shipping.  There were 12 bids from 8 bidders and it sold for $34.00.

 

 

1/30/18

Illinois, Chicago.  1893 Columbian Exposition Irish One Thousand Dollars coin.  Nearly Extremely Fine.  The seller noted that the token had “a slight bend in it that someone skilled could straighten out”.  Start was $9.99 and postage was $5.00 additional.  The token attracted 17 bids from 11 bidders and sold for $89.88.

 

 

1/30/18

Illinois, Chicago.  1933 Century of Progress 5¢ Token, Good anywhere on Fair Grounds.  Very Fine   Not previously listed, but it seems like I will be listing Good For tokens from World’s Fairs in the next edition, so I will probably list this one too.  Sold to a single bidder at the $10.00 plus $4.00 opening bid.

 

 

1/31/18

Alaska, Indian.  1967 Alaska Purchase Centennial Good For One Drink Token from Jim’s Saloon.  Nice Uncirculated conditioned - numbered 257.  Sold to a single bidder at the $6.95 plus $2.99 opening bid.

 

 

1/31/18

Kansas.  1941 Coronado’s 400th Anniversary Nickel, struck in nickel-silver.  Uncirculated condition - which is not unusual for this issue.  Start $19.55 plus $2.90.  After the first week it was made a Buy It Now item at the same price and it lasted until March 19 when the seller ended the listing “brcause the item is no longer available”.  In the part of the listing where Ebay gives you “More chances to get what you want” another example, also uncirculated (but with a couple minor spots), was offered for a start of $1.99 plus $1.00 shipping.  Still awaiting a bid, with the current listing ending March 29.

 

 

1/31/18

Michigan, Hart.  1950 Mexican Fiesta Quarter.  Extremely Fine.  Start $1.00 plus $3.50 shipping.  There were no bids and the item was not relisted.

 

 

1/31/18

Nebraska, Schuyler (Colfax County).  1970 Commemorative Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  The start was set at $12.99 plus $3.00, but no one bid.  During its second week on Ebay someone spotted it and won it for the original opening bid.

 

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