MTCs on Ebay November 2018

11/1/18

New York, Hamburg.  1962 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening bid of 99¢ plus $1.50 postage.

 

 

11/1/18

Pennsylvania, Milton.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Start $5.95 plus $3.45 postage.  Listed until December 13 when the listing was ended because no one bid.  This Milton issue is not especially common, but it certainly is not rare either.  Many collectors tend to pass up items that they have seen before when they cost over $5.00 or so…and that’s $5.00 DELIVERED.  That concept has been demonstrated time after time in these listings.  If sellers really want to sell their stuff, they might try a much lower start.  Collectible tokens generally will bring a fair price if they start low enough.  This one would have been a decent buy for $5.00, but $9.40 including postage will keep many collectors from even considering an item that does not appear to be unusual.

 

 

11/1/18

Pennsylvania, Watsontown.  1967 Centennial (Half Dollar).  Start $5.95 plus $3.45 shipping.  On December 16 the seller ended his listing because of lack of interest.  Hey, if someone could have gotten this delivered for $5.00 or less, it probably would have sold right away.

 

 

11/1/18

Washington, Grand Coulee.  1974 Grand Coulee Dam Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $7.50 with FREE shipping.  Listed until December 28 and then ended unsold by the seller.

 

11/2/18

Illinois, East St. Louis.  1961 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start 99¢ plus $4.00 shipping.  I bid and won it for the opening price. I bid because it seemed to be an especially nice example of this issue that is hard to find in choice uncirculated.  It turned out to be better than average, but not an exceptional specimen.

 

 

11/2/18

Massachusetts, Boston.  1976 U.S. Bicentennial $25.00 Token for Shreve, Crump and Low company.  This sterling silver token is still redeemable (I think!).  The Paul Revere version.  Still being offered by the same seller, off and on, for a couple year now.  No bids this time either at $35.95 Plus $4.00.  Back later for $32.95.  No bids.  Currently $29.95, ending on January 1.  Not a bad deal!  

 

 

11/2/18

Pennsylvania, Boyertown.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar.  This choice example had a start of 99¢ plus just 99¢ more for shipping.  When it did not sell, it became a BIN item for the same price.  Available until January 16 at that price.  Cheap.  Too cheap - I just bought it!

 

 

11/4/18

Arizona, Bisbee.  1913 Moose Bazaar $10.00.  Extremely Fine, which is a perfectly acceptable grade for this issue.  Start 98¢ Canadian, plus $3.00 Canadian (U.S. $2.20) for postage.  There were 16 bids by 4 bidders and it sold for $28.00 Canadian ($20.54. in U.S. funds).

 

 

11/4/18

Alaska. “1962” Alaska Booster $5.00 coins in antiqued brass.  The set of 10 regular varieties was offered - and sold - to a single bidder for the $100.00 with FREE shipping opening bid.

 

 

11/4/18

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coin for Graham County.  Moderately scarce.  The start was 99¢ and after 7 bids by just 2 bidders, it sold for $9.00.  The winning bidder had placed an additional bid in case he was outbid again, but it was not necessary.

 

 

11/4/18

New York, Homer.  1960 125th Anniversary Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start 99¢ plus $1.00 shipping.  A scarce-ish coin with a mintage of just 2,500.  I guess I should have bid because the start was just 99¢, and the postage one dollar more.  There were no bids, and the  seller did not relist his token.

 

 

11/4/18

New York, New York.  1909 Hendrik Hudson Daalder.  Dollar-sized aluminum.  HK-370.  You slab fans are going to hate me for this, but based on the amount of wear I see, I’d call it Extremely Fine.  NGC calls it MS-62. the slab companies are really trying to get people to accept a coin without very much wear as uncirculated.  There IS significant wear on Hudson’s nose, beard and mustache, plus hundreds of contact marks all over the surface.  Please examine the slabbed coins tokens and medals you buy carefully - they are not always the grade that the slab says.  You might be able to argue between an XF-40 and an XF-45, but any item graded Mint State - MS-60 or higher - should have NO wear.  Oh, yeah - what did it sell for?  It sold to a single bidder for the $139.00 plus $4.50 opening bid.

 

 

11/4/18

Texas, San Antonio.  1996 Texas Folklife Festival Dollar.  Start $1.00 (BIN $5.00) plus $1.00 shipping.  No bids, but relisted weekly for nearly 2 months.  The seller ended his listing unsold on December 30.

 

 

11/4/18

Wisconsin, Green Bay.  1932 George Washington Bicentennial of Birth Souvenir Coin.  An especially nice AU specimen with the original silvering nearly intact.  I suspect the grading companies would slab this one as a MS-64 or so.  Start $9.98 plus $3.50 shipping.  I bid $18.88 because it was so nice.  There were 4 bids:  $10.00, $14.50, my bid at $18.88 and someone else bid some amount over that because it sold for the next increment, $19.38.  Too bad - it was a nice coin! 

 

 

11/5/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1993/1994 London Bridge Dollar struck in copper - the regular issue.  Sold to a single bidder for the $3.00 plus $2.80 opening bid.

 

 

11/5/18

Hawaii, Molokai.  1976 Molokai Dollar.  Noted by the seller to be “RARE”.  I would disagree with that, but….  There were no bids at the 80.00 plus $2.99 BIN start, and the item was not relisted immediately, but a couple weeks later the same seller offered another one - a different specimen, not quite as nice,  with a very noticable nick on Father Damien’s cheek for $100.00 plus $2.99, Buy It Now.  That one is still available on January 1.

 

 

11/5/18

North Dakota.  1979 North Dakota Dollar.  Numbered edge - this one #4868.  Nice Uncirculated - but then, since these were not intended to circulate, that is to be expected.  Start 95¢ plus $3.75 shipping.  It sold for $4.00 after 7 bids by 2 bidders - two of those bids were not needed, but were placed by the wining bidder in case he was outbid.

 

 

11/5/18

North Dakota, Kenmare.  1972 75th Anniversary Dollar.  Nickel Silver, maybe not quite uncirculated.  Start 95¢ plus $3.25 shipping.  It sold for $5.16 after 8 bids by 4 bidders.

 

 

11/6/18

Hawaii, Kona Coast.  1981 Kona Coast Dollar.  Graded by the seller as XF, but certainly better than that - probably even uncirculated.  Start $2.99 plus $3.69 shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.  No fear though, Ebay has found another specimen, every bit as nice, for just $12.99 BIN with FREE shipping.

 

 

11/6/18

Hawaii.  1990 Hawaiian Scenic Series Dala #7, Kilauea Iki , struck in the usual .999 Fine Silver.  There were no bids at the $74.99 with FREE shipping opening bid.  There were no bids, and now the same seller is currently offering offering both this one and #3 (Whale Watching at Lahaina - the rarer distant whale version) for the same price.  The

#3 version (mintage 300) is probably a good deal at this price.

 

 

11/6/18

Illinois, Cairo.  1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder who placed an additional bid - which was not necessary - for the opening bid of $7.99 plus $2.50.

 

 

11/6/18

Indiana, Logansport.  1981 Ironhorse Festival Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.95 plus $3.50 opening bid.

 

 

11/6/18

Minnesota, Cass County.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $5.50 plus $2.95 opening bid.  A different seller offered another AU one for bid ending on November 18.  The start was $12.95 plus $3.75 shipping.  No one bid, and it was not relisted.

 

 

11/6/18

Texas.  Twenty Texas Bucks Black Gold Mazuma, with Stephen Austin.  About Uncirculated. Said by the seller to be .999 Fine Silver.  I didn’t have it in silver, so I bid and won it for the $24.50 plus $3.50 opening bid.  It was not marked silver, but was heavier than the aluminum and nickel silver examples I have, so I have no reason to expect it is not silver - but I don’t know why the seller called it .999 fine.  Anyhow, glad to get it - a new listing for the catalog!

 

 

11/6/18

Texas.  Twenty Texas Bucks Black Gold Mazuma, with Stephen Austin.  Uncirculated. Struck in nickel-silver.  Start $9.99 plus $3.50 shipping.  There were no bids and it came back at $6.50.  This time when there were no bids the seller ended the listing unsold.

 

 

11/7/18

Oregon, Canby.  1970 Centennial Half Dollar.  Offered for a start of $12.00 with FREE shipping - there were no bids.  Still available for $12.50 BIN if you want it until January 11.

 

 

11/8/18

Michigan, Sanford.  1970 Centennial Souvenir Coin in oxidized grey metal.  Start $6.50 ( $9.95 BIN) either way plus $3.00 shipping.  It is still being listed as a BIN Item in early January for the same BIN price - but now with a Make Offer option.  

 

 

11/8/18

Michigan, Sanford.  1970 Centennial Souvenir Coin in golden bronze.  Start $6.50   ( $9.95 BIN) either way plus $3.00 shipping. No bids, but still available as a BIN item for $9.95 plus $3.00 shipping.

 

 

11/8/18

New York, Syracuse.  1948 Centennial encased 2 Cent Postage stamp redeemable for  Roosevelt Dime by Nicholas Korb Sheet Metal.  These come in 5 different denominations of Franklin D. Roosevelt postage stamps and each one catalogs for $17.50.  Quite scarce and seldom seen - and coveted by encased postage stamp collectors.  This one started at 99¢, attracted 15 bids by 7 collectors, and sold for $62.51 plus the $3.50 postage fee.

 

 

11/8/18

Pennsylvania, Huntingdon.  1967 Bicentennial Half Dollar.  Golden Brass.  Offered for a incredible $99.99 with FREE shipping. Still available almost three months later for the same price.  This is being offered by a full time jewelry and coin shop in Kansas that brags that they have been open for 37 years.  Why they should think this token should be worth this much is a mystery to me.  Why anybody would buy anything from them is a mystery to me as well - if this is their merchandising technique!  They do say that they are pleased to offer this item to their online customers just as they have been offering deals to their local community for the past 37 years!  ***   I should note that this token IS somewhat scarce - I catalog it for $7.50.  The three times I have seen it on Ebay the sales have been unremarkable: In 2014 one was offered for $4.99 plus $1.50, but did not sell, and in 2015 one sold to a single bidder for the opening price of $8.00 plus $2.00. The last appearance was for this same specimen that the same seller offered for the same $99.99 in October, 2017.

 

 

11/9/18

Hawaii, Maui.  Series Two Maui Trade dollars, 5 coins - 1997 to 2001 - in Maui Trade Dollar Association / Maui Chamber of Commerce folder.  These are the standard nickel-silver tokens, all uncirculated.  The mintages range from 95,000 to 140,000.  All very common issues.  Set number 01984 in original plastic folder. Offered for $185.00 plus $3.50 shipping, but that minimum was not met.  After three weeks, when no one would bid that amount, the listing was ended.  But no problem!  Ebay found another set, numbered 09540, that could be had for a much more reasonable $59.99, BIN, with FREE shipping.  That one remains available at the same price, with the current listing set to end on January 14.  Better hurry!

 

 

11/11/18

California, Paradise-Magalia.  1962 Gold Nugget Celebration Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  The town you have been hearing about in the news, because it is burning down!  Sold to a single bidder at the opening price of 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping.  The same seller had another one - this one very nearly Uncirculated - that sold for $2.25 after two bids.  Hey - my 89 year old Mother-in-law lives there and her house burned to the ground. She got out with just the clothes on her back, and she is coming down here to live with us. *** Not only that, but she brought her neighbor with her as well!  We are glad we are able to provide them a place to stay.

 

 

11/11/18

Kansas.  1941 Cuarto Centennial  5¢ described by the seller as very thick, and possibly struck in pewter.  I was the only bidder for the $5.29 plus 75¢ opening bid.  I HAD to have this unusual variety!  It turned out to be the typical zinc issue in the standard thickness.   

 

 

11/12/18

Colorado.  Rush to the Rockies Uniface Medallion utilizing the obverse of the 1959 Fort Morgan Half Dollar MTC - also collected by So Called Dollar collectors as HK-544.  Very Fine and holed at 9:30 for use on a keychain.  Start $40.00 with FREE shipping.  It is still available two months later for the same price, and it probably won’t sell for a while because another seller has been offering one in nearly the same condition for $24.99 plus $3.50, BIN.  That listing is scheduled to end on January 17.

 

 

11/12/18

Indiana, Brazil.  1961 Friendship Festival Half Dollar.  Spotty and a bit nicked up.  Start was $4.00 plus $1.00 shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $4.25.  

 

 

11/12/18

Michigan, Harbor Springs.  1950  Ottawa Indian Capital Quarter.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $9.99 plus $3.00 opening bid.

 

 

11/13/18

Arizona, Prescott.  1978 Prescott Frontier Rotary Club Frontier Buck.  The first year in a 5 year series.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $5.00 (which, along with the other years, is going down in the next edition).  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.95 plus $3.50 opening bid.

 

 

11/13/18

Nevada, Las Vegas.  “1898” Las Vegas Coin in Golden Brass finish.  Unknown mintage.  Not cataloged in this finish in previous editions of my catalog.   In a holder stamped WHITE MINT.  There were no bids at its $9.99 plus $2.99 start.  The starting price dropped to $8.99 and then to $8.63, and when no one bid the listing was ended on December 29. 

 

 

11/14/18

Kansas, Atchison.  1954 Kansas (Terrirory) Official Centennial Coin with ATCHISON stamped on the location plaque.  With a half hour to go, no one was bidding for this fully uncirculated example, so I placed a bid of $12.88 as a potential trader.  A last-minute bidder took it for the next increment of $13.38.

 

 

11/14/18

Montana, Helena.  1964 Montana Territorial Centennial Guardian of the Gulch Official Souvenir Gold Piece (Golden Brass).  Noted by the seller to be “Gold Plated”.  Mintage 1,000 - this one numbered 541.  Housed in a nice heavy plastic holder.  The edge variety could not be determined from the illustrations.  This was a pretty example, and perhaps the bidders thought it was a real “gold piece”.  The start was 99¢ plus $2.99 postage.  It ended up selling for $36.00 after 14 bids by 4 bidders.  Surprise, surprise!  Maybe I was right - The same numbered example came back a couple weeks later and was relisted by the same seller for $35.00 plus $2.99 shipping.  It remains available, with the current listing ending on January 23.

 

 

11/14/18

New York, New York.  1909 Hendrik Hudson Nieuw Amsterdam Daalder struck in Silver.  Edge variety not stated.  About Uncirculated with no problems.  A scarce silver So-Called Dollar.  The start was $20.00 (nice!) plus $8.00 shipping (nasty!). After 6 bidders placed a total of 19 bids, it sold for $227.50.  The buyer probably had it slabbed and graded MS-62 or 63 and now has a $1,000 So-Called Dollar!  Whattadeal!

 

 

11/15/18

Alaska, Matanuska Valley.  1985 50th Anniversary of the A.R.R.C. eight piece token set in original plastic holder numbered 1641.  Start 99¢ plus $4.00 shipping.  This set attracted 18 bids by 8 bidders and sold for $57.00.

 

 

11/15/18

Hawaii, Maui.  2006 Maui Dollar.  A choice example that sold for the opening bid of 99¢ plus $3.49 shipping.  No Certificate of Authenticity.

 

 

11/16/18

California, Los Angeles.  1981 200th Birthday dollars - Set of the 6 designs in original cardboard holder.  Start $6.95 plus $2.95 shipping.  No bids for over a month, so for the auction ending December, the seller lowered the start to $3.95 and 2 bidders spotted it.  One guy bid the start of $3.95, and the winner bid 3 more times (which turned out to be unnecessary) and won the item for the next increment of $4.20.

 

 

11/16/18

Kentucky, Paducah.  1941 Strawberry Festival Nickel.  XF/AU.  Start $3.99 plus $1.10 Shipping.  There were 6 bids by 4 bidders and it sold for $9.00.

 

 

11/16/18

Ohio, Ashtabula.  1953 Sesqui Centennial Half Dollar.  Uncirculated.  The start was set at $10.00 plus $3.00 shipping, but no one bid.  It continued to be listed for the same price, but now BIN, until December 20 when the listing was ended unsold.

 

 

11/17/18

Hawaii.  1883-1983 Centennial Dala single “test strike” in some sort of white metal.  Irregularly shaped - cut from a ring of 3 partial impressions.  Sold to a single bidder for the $29.95 with FREE shipping opening bid.

 

 

11/17/18

Michigan, Cadillac.  1952 Diamond Jubilee Paul Bunyan Days Quarter.  Extremely Fine. The start was $7.75 plus $2.90 shipping.  No one bid so the seller made it a BIN item at the same price.  Still no bids, so the seller ended his listing unsold. 

 

 

11/17/18

New Mexico, Alamagordo.  1958 60th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Uncirculated, or really close.  Start $7.99 plus $2.50 shipping.  There were no bids for this attractive and slightly scarce token, and it remains available today for the same price, but Buy It Now.  The current listing ends on January 18.

 

 

11/18/18

Florida, U. S. Bicentennial Palm Beach Sand Dollar struck in Copper.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  This example AU/UNC, but toned and spotty.   Sold to a single bidder for the $7.95 plus $3.75 starting bid.  

 

 

11/18/18

Iowa, Ogden.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $7.95 plus $3.75 shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

11/18/18

Missouri, Hannibal.  1969 Sesquicentennial Official Coin struck in Sterling Silver.  Looks uncirculated, but toned in mottled silvers and greys.  Sold to a single bidder for the $29.99 plus $3.45 starting price.

 

 

11/18/18

Montana, Hungry Horse.  1972 Hungry Horse Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start was $5.55 plus $2.90 shipping.  There were two bids from two bidders and it sold for $6.50.

 

 

11/18/18

New York, New York.  1909 Hendrik Hudson Daalder in aluminum.  Full Dollar size - So-Called Dollar HK-370.  XF/AU.  Seller states 200 were minted, and Hibbler-Kappen says less than 200.  I question this mintage, because they show up entirely too often to be that scarce - I have certainly had more than 50 of them over the years, without trying, and I certainly doubt I have handled over a quarter of the mintage of this piece!  This one had a $24.99 plus $4.99 start, attracted 7 bids from 4 bidders, and sold for $39.89.

 

 

11/18/18

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  1926 Treasure Island Doubloon.  XF/AU.  The most common 2-sided variety.  Start $7.00 plus $1.95 shipping.  Apparently quite popular because this easy-to-find piece attracted 4 bids by 4 bidders and sold for $17.02, and regularly brings relatively high prices.

 

 

11/19/18

Hawaii, Kauai.  1974 Kaui Dollar. Standard oxbr version.Statt $9.99 plus $2.66 shipping.  Still available two months on at the same price.  Current ending date 1/22/19.

 

 

11/19/18

Colorado, Aspen.  1980 Centennial Dollar.  The start was $5.50 with FREE shipping.  There were no bids and it remains available, now as a BIN item two months later.

 

 

11/19/18

New York, New York.  1909 Henry Hudson Daalder in aluminum.  Small 15 mm size HK-374.  Extremely fine.  Start $3.99 plus $4.95 shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $27.00.

 

 

11/19/18

New York, New irk.  1909 Henry Hudson daalder in silver.  Small 15 mm size HK-372.  Graded MS-62 by NGC.Looked XF/AU to me.  Start $35.00 plus $4.95 shipping.  After 8 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $191.50.

 

 

11/19/18

North Dakota, Williston Basin.  1961 Territorial Centennial - 10 years of oil production Half Dollar.  Nice Uncirculated.  Start 99¢.  Postage FREE.  Listed until December 31 with no bids.  The listing was then ended because “there was an error in the listing”.

 

 

11/19/18

Ohio, Bryan.  1940 Centennial Dime, About Uncirculated.  Start 95¢ plus $3.25 shipping.  It sold for $2.51 after 6 bids from 5 bidders.

 

 

11/20/18

Alaska, Whittier.  1967 Alaska Purchase Centennial 1 dollar and 5 Dollar tokens from the Sportsman’s Inn.  Apparently the same pair from early last year, but for two bucks more - $17.00 plus $3.00 shipping.  No bids this time either, and ended after a single week on ebay.

 

 

11/20/18

South Dakota.  1989 North & South Dakota Centennial Dollar - South Dakota Version.  Governor Melette on obverse).  Mintage 800 for the most common edge variety (Can’t tell which one this is). Catalog value $5.00.  Start $6.00 plus 1.50 shipping.  There have been no bids and it remains available as a BIN item at the same price two months later.  Current ending date January 21.

 

 

11/21/18

Oregon, Canby.  1970 Centennial Half Dollar.  Start $12.00 with FREE shipping.  Listed at the same price until December 5 with no bids, then ended unsold.

 

 

11/21/18

West Virginia.  1963 Centennial Dollar.  Yellow plastic.  Sold to a single bidder for the $6.50 plus very high $6.50 shipping fee.  Elsewhere in the description the postage was noted to be $2.70 - so who knows!

 

 

11/22/18

Pennsylvania, Bowmansville.  1970 Official Souvenir Coin in Antiqued Brass.  I was the only bidder for the 99¢ plus $2.80 opening bid.

 

 

11/24/18

Illinois, Normal.  1965 Centennial Dollar.  I was the only bidder at the $3.00 plus $1.00 opening bid.

 

 

11/24/18

Michigan, Utica.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Start $2.25 plus $1.25 shipping.  Listed until January 10 with no bids, then ended unsold.

 

11/24/18

Pennsylvania, Biglerville.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar. Uncirculated, with a couple spots.  I was the only bidder at the $2.00 plus $3.50 opening bid.

 

 

11/25/18

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  Set of the first 6 issues of the London Bridge Dollars, 1971 - 1976 in plastic case of issue.  Start $76.00.  Postage $4.45.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

11/25/18

Minnesota, Chisholm.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Half Dollar, About Uncirculated.  Start $26.50, BIN $35.00 - either way with FREE shipping.  There were no bids and the lot was not relisted.

 

 

11/25/18

New Jersey, West Orange.  1962 Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $4.99 plus $2.99 opening bid.

 

 

11/25/18

Wisconsin, Green Bay.  1932 George Washington Bicentennial Souvenir Coin.  Choice About Uncirculated.  Start $15.00 plus $3.50 shipping.  There were two bids and the coin sold for $22.50.

 

 

11/26/18

North Dakota, Dickinson.  1972 Dickinson Dollar.  Start $3.00 postage $3.00 more.  Listed for two more weeks, then ended unsold.

 

 

11/26/18

Ohio, Ironton.  1938 Iron Half Dollar.  Cleaned about uncirculated.  The start was $9.00, but the postage was $6.50.  It was listed until January 6 and then ended unsold.  If the postage was 1.00 instead if $6.50, it probably would have found a home.

 

 

11/26/18

Oklahoma, Lawton.  1976 Bicentennial $1 on $10.00 purchase at the Lawton Coin Mart.  Mintage 1,000.  Not previously cataloged, but listed for $3.50 in the draft for the new edition.

 

 

11/26/18

Pennsylvania, Blakely.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $6.99 with FREE shipping.

 

 

11/27/18

Alaska, Anchorage.  1967 Anchorage Exposition Dollar.  About uncirculated with nasty spots.  Start $6.00 plus $3.50 shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

11/27/18

Ohio, Guernsey County.  1948 Centennial Nickel.  Start a nice 99¢ but the postage was $3.95 - making this essentially a $5.00 item - which was apparently too much as the seller listed the item until January 20 without a bid and then ended his token unsold.

 

 

11/27/18

South Carolina, Greenville.  1939 National Cotton Festival Cotton Nickel.  Start $5.95 with FREE shipping.  There were two bids and it sold for $7.00.

 

 

11/30/18

Colorado, Victor.  1993 City of Mines Lesher Dollar replica.  This one numbered 093.  Start 99¢ plus $2.95 shipping.  There were 18 bids placed by 5 bidders and it sold for $41.00, which is pretty cheap!

 

 

11/30/18

Oregon, Baker County.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar, DAM variety.  I think this is the scarcest of the 3 varieties of Baker’s Oregon Centennial Half Dollars.  Start 99¢ with FREE shipping.  There were 4 bids by 3 bidders and it sold for a very low $2.28.  A bargain for someone!

 

 

11/30/18

South Dakota, Sioux Falls.  1960/61 Dakota Territory Centennial Half Dollar.  COOPERATING variety.  Start $1.99 with FREE shipping.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening price.

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