MTCs on Ebay October 1016

 

 

10/1/16

Washington, Marblemount.  1991 Souvenir Dollar.  Mintage 10,000.  Catalog value $3.50.  Offered for $5.00 plus $3.00 more in shipping costs. When there were no bids the seller lowered the start to $3.00 plus $3.00 shipping.  Toward the end of November the seller lowered the price to just $2.00, and made it a Buy It Now item - but still with that $3.00 shipping fee.  The current listing ends in December 25th   

 

 

10/2/16

Alaska, Anchorage.  1967 Alaska Purchase Centennial/Alaskaland Exposition Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $5.00.  After a $1.99 plus $2.95 start, this piece sold for $2.25 after only two bids, in total costing the buyer only 20¢ over the catalog value.

 

 

10/2/16

North Dakota.  1975 North Dakota Souvenir Dollar.  Mintage 4,000.  Catalog value $3.50.  This one has been offered for quite a while now at a Buy It Now price of $7.95 plus $1.85 shipping.   There have been no takers and is still available out there in the seller’s store for the same price, as least as of December 3.

 

 

10/3/16

New York, Springville.  1984 Sesquicentennial Dollar.  Unknown mintage and cataloged at $15.00 in the last edition of my catalog.  At one time a rare item - I was thrilled to be able to buy one for just $25.00 back in the late 1990’s when they first became known to collectors of MTC’s.  Represented at that time as rare trial pieces, these have since proved to be more common, and even at just a few dollars they are a difficult sell on Ebay.  This one, Uncirculated as are all I have seen, was up for bid starting at $6.00, or could be had for a BIN price of $8.00 - either option requiring a $2.62 shipping fee.  When, after a couple weeks, there were no bidders or buyers, the seller lowered the item to a $4.00 start, only as a auction item.  Then it was made a Buy It Now item for just $3.00 for a week or two before the seller ended the listing because the  item was “no longer available”.  My guess is that it was sold outside of Ebay.

 

 

10/4/16

Wyoming, Douglas.  1962 Jackalope Buck 50¢.  This appeared to be the variety with heavier whiskers and bigger trees.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.00.  Listed at a $2.99 plus $2.75 start, this one drew no bids for 6 weeks, until it sold to a single bidder for the opening price on November 20.  Somewhere along the line the postage was adjusted downward slightly, to $2.64. 

 

 

10/5/16

Wyoming.  Undated (1993) Buffalo Dollar, gold plate with copper details.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog Value $7.50.  Interesting souvenir that originally had a very high issue price - $20.00 I have heard.  This one was offered for $39.95 plus $3.60, then the price was dropped to $24.95 +$3.60, and then for the week ending November 10 the price was dropped to only 95¢ and the shipping was lowered to 89¢.  This time there was some action, and there were 6 bids placed by 4 bidders and the item ended up selling for $3.25 - quite a bargain! 

 

 

10/6/16

California, Manteca.  1976 U. S. Bicentennial 76¢ token  - Private issue for the Manteca Collector’s Exchange.  Mintage 250.  I have assigned this a value of $10.00 in the draft for the new edition of the catalog.  Offered for $30.00 with FREE shipping, Buy It Now.  For the current listing, ending December 12, the price has been lowered to $15.00 BIN.  I don’t have a duplicate of this piece, and have just now decided to buy it.  It is a scarce, low-mintage token, and may turn out to be a good trader one of these days. 

 

 

10/6/16

North Dakota, Woodworth.  1976 U. S. Bicentennial Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $8.50.  This one went up for bid starting at $4.99 plus $3.00 shipping, and that is exactly what it sold for to the only interested bidder. 

 

 

10/7/16

Ohio, Pike County.  1965 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $5.00.  The start was $3.99 plus $2.50 shipping, and it sold for $6.99 after 3 bids by 2 bidders.   

 

 

10/7/16

Wyoming, Thermopolis.  1968 Rodeo Days Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $10.00.  I was the lucky bidder who won this scarce token for the $4.99 plus $2.75 shipping fee opening bid.

 

 

10/8/16

Nebraska, Chadron.  1960 Diamond Jubilee in Silver Plate.  Mintage 1,000.  Catalog value $6.00.  This About Uncirculated specimen was sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $4.99 plus $3.00 shipping.

 

 

10/9/16

Minnesota, Duluth.  1989 Bayfront Blues Festival Trade Token.  Unknown mintage.  Not cataloged.  Offered for an opening bid of $3.99 plus $3.59 shipping.  You could also have opted for the $14.99 Buy It Now price.  Either way, no one was interested, and the item was ended after a single week on Ebay.  There are a number of tokens like this from various music festivals across the country.  They come close to being a MTC, but for now, none will be listed.  Probably.

 

 

10/9/16

South Carolina, Greenville.  1940 Cotton nickel.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $7.50.  The start was $7.95 plus $3.00 for shipping, but there were no takers so the seller made it a BIN item at the same price until November 28, when the listing was ended unsold.

 

 

10/10/16

Iowa, Clare.  1976 Irish Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog Value $4.50.  Opening at a $5.99 with Free shipping start didn’t work, so after a couple weeks at this price, the seller ended the lot unsold.

 

 

10/10/16

Iowa, Clare.  1978 Irish Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog Value $4.00.  The opening bid was $5.99 with Free shipping, but there was no interest so the item was ended unsold after two weeks on Ebay.

 

 

10/11/16

Illinois, Edwards County.  1964 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Mintage 5,000.  Catalog value $5.00.  There were no bids on this nice example, even though the start was a reasonable $1.99.  The additional $3.25 shipping fee took this one out of the bargain category.  This one was listed until November 27 before the seller took the token off the market.

 

10/11/16

Indiana, Bedford - Lawrence County.  1968 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage, but easily obtainable.  Catalog value $3.50.  This choice uncirculated specimen had a $1.99 start, but unfortunately another $3.25 for shipping.  No bids.  Relisted at the same price until November 24, when the seller decided to remove his token from Ebay.

 

 

10/13/16

Arizona, Scottsdale.  2014 One Ounce Scottsdale Silver Coin.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  Offered at a start of $27.00 plus $5.00 shipping.  No takers.  The current listing ends on December 15.

 

10/14/16

Arizona, Bisbee.  1913 Moose Bazaar $5.00 Moose Money.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously listed, but this and the other denominations probably will be in the next catalog. Offered starting at $9.95, this one went cheap, I think, at $13.63 plus $2.75 shipping.

 

 

10/14/16

Hawaii. 1986 King Kamehameha Hawaii Dala. Mintage 500 (this one numbered 46 on edge).  Catalog value $22.50.  This one had been listed for $49.95 (first as a bid and later BIN) with FREE shipping for quite a while before the seller gave up and ended the listing unsold.

 

 

10/15/16

Kansas.  Official Centennial Coin for Graham County.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged individually,  Graham County seems to be a moderately scarce county to locate,  Sold for the opening bid of $5.00 with FREE shipping. 

 

 

10/15/16

Kansas.  Official Centennial Coin for Cheyenne County.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged individually,  Cheyenne County is a scarce county.  Sold for the opening bid of $5.00 with FREE shipping. A bargain!

 

 

10/16/16

Alaska.  1962 Alaska Boosters Land of the Midnight Sun $5.00.  Variety (one of 10) with a Totem pole and a moose on the obverse.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.00.  Sold for a single bid of $6.29 plus $2.95.  The seller apparently had several of these because he currently has 2 available at the same price.  This offering ends on November 20.  He has 2 watchers, so they very well might well sell.  This token is hard to find.  **Note the tokens did sell, both to the same bidder, on November 19.

 

 

10/16/16

Iowa, Logan.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  Mintage 5,250.  Catalog value $4.00.  Most of these were numbered - this being number 120.  A dark lightly circulated example - call it Extremely Fine condition.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening price of $1.49 plus a reasonable 99¢ shipping fee.

 

 

10/16/16

New Jersey, Dunellen.   1962 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  Offered for $3.99 with FREE shipping.  There were no bids the first week, but when the opening bid was lowered to $2.99 the following week there were two bids and it sold for $3.25.

 

 

10/16/16

New York, Albany County.  1959 Hudson-Champlain Celebration Half Dollar.  Mintage 25,000.  Catalog value $3.50.  There were no bids at the $5.99 with FREE shipping start, so the seller made it a Buy It Now item for $7.99.  That listing is still out there as of December 12.

 

 

10/16/16

Pennsylvania, Biglerville.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Mintage 1,000.  Catalog value $6.50.  Sold to a single bidder at the $8.50 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

10/16/16

Marshall Islands, Kwajalein.  Undated Kwaj Karnival $2.00.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  After a $2.00 starting price, this Extremely Fine coin attracted 5 bids by 4 bidders and sold for $10.50.  Postage was an additional $2.60.  

 

 

10/17/16

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1994/1995 25th Anniversary of Moon Landing London Bridge Dollar.  Mintage 10,000.  Catalog value $3.00.  Offered for $12.95 with FREE shipping.  This piece found no bids and has been offered ever since at the same price.  The current listing ends on December 14.

 

 

10/17/16

California, Modesto.  1976 U.S. Bicentennial One Drink Token from the Glo Worm Bar.  Mintage 1,500.  listed in the draft for the new edition of the catalog at $5.00.  This one in not quite Uncirculated condition started at 99¢ and sold for $1.32 plus $2.75 after just two bids.    

 

 

10/17/16

Colorado.  Undated Set of 3 Colorado Buffalo Dollars in Copper, Silver Plate, and Gold Plate.  Housed in a hinged presentation case.  Catalog value $5.00 each.  Original cost was $24.95 for the set of three.  After a 99¢ start this set brought $31.56 after 9 bids by 3 bidders.  Postage added another $2.50 to the winner’s bill.

 

 

10/17/16

Kansas.  1941 Coronado Quarto Centennial Nickle, struck in nickel-silver.  About Uncirculated.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.00.  This one found no home when it was offered for $3.00 plus $2.62.  It was not relisted.  

 

 

10/17/16

Maine, Berwick.  1963 250th Anniversary Coin.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  Originally offered at a $10.00  + $2.74 opening bid or a $17.00 BIN price, this piece quickly sank to $9.00 Buy It Now price, and ended, unsold, at that level when the seller ended the listing on November 16. 

 

 

10/18/16

Alaska, Haines.  1979-1981 Centennial Dollar.  Mintage 4,000.  Catalog value $4.50.  Offered for $6.00 plus $3.00 shipping.  There were no bids and it was not relisted. 

 

 

10/18/16

Wyoming.  Undated (c.1993) Wyoming Buffalo Dollar.  This variety gold plated with bright copper central devices and edges.  I listed the single color ones for $5.00 each in the last edition of the catalog, but at that time (1999) I had not yet come across the two-tone ones.  In the draft for the next edition the various color variations list for between $5.00 and $7.50 each.  This one started off very high - $49.95 plus 89¢ for shipping, but it was lowered frequently until the week ending November 10, when the seller apparently decided to just let it go for whatever it might bring.  After a 95¢ plus 89¢ start, the piece attracted 6 bids from 4 bidders and sold for just $3.25.  Way too cheap, in my opinion, but no one was willing to bid more!  

 

 

10/19/16

Arizona, Quartzite.  1973 Pow Wow Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $3.50.  Offered for a $2.99 plus $2.64 shipping opening bid.  After a couple weeks with no bidders at this level, the seller raised the price to $5.99 plus $2.64 Buy It Now and has been offering it ever since.  If you want it, you can still buy it as of December 12. 

 

 

10/19/16

Kansas, Russell.  1961 Prairiesta Half Dollar - Russell 90th, Kansas Centennial.  Mintage 3,500.  Catalog value $4.00.  This one was graded MS-64 and slabbed by NGC. I’m afraid that to me it looked About Uncirculated.  On the SCT scale it would go as an AU 55 with wear right through the gold colored plating evident on the Indian’s head, shoulder, arm and legs.  Also numerous light contact marks over the fields.  Call me old-fashioned, but to me an uncirculated coin should not show any wear.  In my opinion, the grading services are getting very generous with many of the pieces they grade.  Where I work, many of us very often wonder aloud at the unexpectedly high grades the coins we submit to the grading services are given, while very rarely do we think they come back with too low a grade. I’ll give the grading services fair marks on authenticating coins, but sometimes I really wonder about the grades they assign.  No - I don’t really wonder…I’m pretty sure I know what they are up to.  My advice - don’t trust the grade printed on a slab, instead carefully examine any slabbed coin and decide for yourself what grade the coin deserves and bid or pay accordingly.  Thank goodness, as of now at least the grade  assigned to a MTC does not matter that much.  Gemmy ones don’t seem to bring much more than so-so ones.  Offered with a starting bid of $39.95 with FREE shipping, this one sat around a while through price reductions until it was offered as a Buy It Now item for $19.95, which is less than it would cost to have it slabbed!  It was finally bought, for that price, on November 26. 

 

 

10/20/16

Montana, Red Lodge.  1935 Red Lodge Rodeo Half Dollar in About Uncirculated condition.  These usually come in XF or AU condition.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $15.00 which I am thinking is a little too high, considering the frequency with which these pieces show up.  Still a good early MTC with GREAT potential.  It sold for $24.33 after 6 bids by 4 bidders.

 

 

 

10/20/16

Texas, (Childress).  1963 U. S. Highway 287 Souvenir Half Dollar.  Mintage - at least 3,000.  Catalog value $3.50.  Priced at an opening bid of $3.00 plus $3.00 more for shipping, this one was listed for just two weeks before the seller ended the listing unsold.

 

 

10/21/16

Colorado, Central City.  1959 Glory Hole Tavern/Old Ignatz Meyer Saloon Half Dollar.  Not currently listed, but a probable listing for the next edition of the catalog.  This one in Extremely Fine condition, with all the original bright golden surfaces worn away.  Offered, and sold, to a single bidder at the $1.00 plus $2.95 shipping opening bid.

 

 

10/22/16

Wyoming, Cheyenne.  1961 Frontier Days Frontier Buck.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.50.  This one in a nicked up, dirty VF/XF condition.  Offered until December 13 at the same price - the last week as a BIN item - but no one wanted it in that condition at that price, even with the FREE shipping. 

 

 

10/23/16

New Jersey, Dunellen.  1962 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  This was a very nice example that sold at a bargain price - $3.25 after a $2.99 start and two bids.

 

 

10/24/16

Ohio, Lancaster and Fairfax County.  1950 Complete set of 10 different colors of the Sesquicentennial Dime in original holder.  Unknown mintage.  The eight usual colors catalog for $2.00 each and two - that I believe were only available in the sets - catalog for $5.00 each.  Total $26.00.  The original cardboard holder is scarce.  This set sold to a single bidder for the $24.00 with FREE shipping starting price.

 

 

10/24/16

New York, New York City.  1964 NY World’s Fair Louisiana Pavilion Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $12.50.  This example started off at 1¢ plus $2.00 shipping.  It sold for $19.38 after 9 bids by 6 bidders.  Always popular because of the portraits of President John Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline. 

 

 

10/25/16

Alabama, Montgomery.  1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar.  Mintage 30,000.  Catalog value $2.50.  Start was $5.99 plus $2.99 shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.  

 

 

10/25/16

Kansas.  1941 Coronado Quarto Centennial Nickle struck in Nickel Silver.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.00.  This choice Uncirculated piece was a bargain at the 99¢ plus $1.00 opening price for the lucky lone bidder.   

 

 

10/25/16

Montana, Hardin.  1970 (1971) Hardin Dollar.  Mintage 20,000.  Catalog value $4.50.  This Uncirculated example sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $3.99 plus $2.60 shipping.

 

 

10/26/16

Alaska.  “1878” Alaska Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Morgan Dollar-ish obverse, with a panning prospector and The Last Frontier reverse.  This one worn and neatly holed at the top.  It appeared to be in oxidized nickel-silver finish, but it to could have been a light oxidized brass.  These usually come with two different finishes on the obverse, but if this one appeared to be one solid shade, and if it had been different once, you could no longer tell it from the photos.  A nice neat hole, so perhaps issued this way for a keychain or pendant.  Who knows.  It started at $2.99 plus $2.50.  There were a couple bids in the $3.00 range, I bid $8.88, someone else bid a penny more at $8.89 and then another collector wiped both of us high bidders out with an even higher bid, and he won it for the next increment, $9.39. 

 

 

10/27/16

Florida, Key West.  1972 150th Anniversary Conch Dollar.  Variety with leaping marlin.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  This one started at 99¢, but sold for $12.59 after 4 bids by 3 bidders.  Postage cost the winning bidder an additional $2.99.

 

 

10/27/16

Idaho, Soda Springs.  Undated Henry Stampede Dime.  Unknown mintage Unknown.  Catalog value $3.00.  This XF/AU one started off at 99¢ plus $2.75 shipping and ended up selling for $6.00 after 7 bids by 3 bidders.  

 

 

10/27/16

Illinois, Bradley.  1967 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.00.  A real bargain for some lucky bidder who won it for $1.25 as the second bidder after a 99¢ plus 99¢ shipping fee start.

 

 

10/28/16

Arizona, Prescott.  1915 Frontier Days Celebration $5.00.  This one in nice Uncirculated condition.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $15.00.  This scarce item had a $14.95 plus $2.60 start, and I was the only person who bid!  Sure would like to get more like this!

 

 

10/28/16

Hawaii.  King Kamehameha 1996 50th Anniversary Aloha Festival Aloha Dollar.  32mm Gilt Brass variety.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.00.  Sold to a single bidder for the $9.95 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

10/28/16

Nebraska, Alliance.  1963 Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar struck in gilt brass.  Unknown mintage, but the easiest to obtain finish for this issue.  Described as AU with great luster. He’s right, I think, but most would probably call it Uncirculated.  NGC or PCGS would probably call it MS-65.  Catalog value $5.00.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $6.95 plus $2.65 shipping. 

 

 

10/28/16

Washington, Goldendale.  1972 Centennial Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50.  The start for this About Uncirculated piece was only $2.50, but the shipping was an unreasonable $6.95 more, and that is probably why it did not receive a bid.  Not relisted.

 

 

10/29/16

Ohio, Bryan.  1940 Centennial Dime.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $6.50, but going down.  Once again I was the only bidder at the $5.00 with FREE shipping start.  A nice Uncirculated specimen.

 

 

10/29/16

Wyoming, Greybull.  1968 60th Anniversary Dollar.  Mintage 5,000.  Catalog value $5.00.  This slightly circulated specimen was offered for an opening bid of $3.50, plus $2.50 more for shipping.  No bids, not relisted. 

 

 

10/30/16

Alaska.  2015 Jamul Sovereign Nation Eskimo Indian Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Not peviously cataloged.  Start was $25.00 plus an undisclosed amount for shipping AND an additional 20% buyer’s fee!  A single bidder placed 5 bids starting at the $25.00 opening, one after the other, in $5.00 increments until he won the item at $55.00.  These Dollars don’t seem to commemorate anything, and are not copies of earlier coins, so I probably will not be listing them.  The Jamul Indian nation is located within San Diego County, in southern California, and these coins all should be listed as being from California, but I am noting them under the state the Indian group they feature live in, as I think collectors will look under that location first, especially since the location of the Jamul Nation is not noted on the coins at all.

 

 

10/30/16

Florida, Key West.  1973 Conch Dollar.  Pelican variety - the scarcest of the pewter Conch Dollars.  This variety not listed in the previous issue of my MTC catalog, but pencilled in at $12.50 for the next.  After a 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping start, this item attracted 4 bids by 3 bidders and sold for $12.88.

 

 

10/30/16

Idaho.  2015 Jamul Sovereign Nation Blackfoot Indian Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  Start was $25.00 plus an undisclosed amount for shipping AND an additional 20% buyer’s fee!  Unlike the other Jamul Nation Dollars offered today, this one did not receive a single bid.  These Dollars don’t seem to commemorate anything, and are not copies of earlier coins, so I probably will not be listing them. 

 

 

10/30/16

Iowa, Montezuma.  1968 Powashiek County 125th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Very slightly circulated example.  Mintage 1,500.  Catalog value $10.00.  Start was $3.99 and after just two bids, it sold for $4.24.  Postage was an additional $1.10.  A great buy for someone!

 

 

10/30/16

Montana.  2015 Jamul Sovereign Nation Crow Indian Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  Start was $25.00 plus an undisclosed amount for shipping AND an additional 20% buyer’s fee!  There was only a single bidder who placed 35 bids starting at the $25.00 opening, one after the other, in $1.00 increments until he won the item at $59.00, which was apparently the hidden reserve.  These Dollars don’t seem to commemorate anything, and are not copies of earlier coins, so I probably will not be listing them.  They are pretty 1 ounce chunks of silver though.  But with the final cost at about $75.00, the price seems unusually steep for a modern souvenir item.  I hope future potential bidders look up the manufacturer, APMEX, and buy them directly from them for $49.99 and avoid the 20% buyers fee.  Still too much, but a better deal.

 

 

10/30/16

New Mexico.  2015 Jamul Sovereign Nation Navajo Indian Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  Start was $25.00 plus an undisclosed amount for shipping AND an additional 20% buyer’s fee!  There was only a single bidder who placed 25 bids starting at the $25.00 opening, one after the other, in $1.00 increments until he won the item at $49.00, which was apparently the hidden reserve.  These Dollars don’t seem to commemorate anything, and are not copies of earlier coins, so I probably will not be listing them. 

 

 

10/30/16

New York, New York City.  1909 Hudson Fulton Celebration Robert Fulton Dollar struck in gold.  Tiny gold dollar size.  A popular Thomas Elder issue, and a companion piece to the Hendrik Hudson Daalder coins struck for the same celebration, but I will not be listing this one because the denomination is “One Trip”, making it a transportation token, and therefore unlistable as a MTC.  So-Called Dollar collectors accept this piece even though it has a denomination and catalog it is HK-375.  This example is in a NGC “slab” graded as MS-62.  Offered for a start of $1,650.00, this one is still available for the same price two months later.  The current listing ends on January 1.  Another example, Graded NGC MS-65 is also available from the same seller for $2,250.00.  Same closing date.  Both with FREE shipping.

 

 

10/30/16

South Dakota.  2016 Jamul Sovereign Nation Sioux Indian Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Not previously cataloged.  Start was $25.00 plus an undisclosed amount for shipping AND an additional 20% buyer’s fee!  A single bidder placed 19 bids starting at the $25.00 opening, one after the other, in $2.00 increments until he won the item at $61.00.  These Dollars don’t seem to commemorate anything, and are not copies of earlier coins, so I probably will not be listing them. 

 

 

10/30/16

Texas, Aransas County - Rockport.  1970 Centennial Dollar - Numbered version, this example #166.  Mintage 200.  Catalog value $8.50.  This one sold cheap - $5.50 plus $2.60 after a 99¢ plus $2.60 start, and 3 bids by 3 different bidders.  One of the more attractive MTC’s, depicting an old sailing ship.  

 

 

10/31/16

Montana, Wolf Point.  1965 Golden Jubilee Dollar.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $4.50.  Offered for two consecutive weeks at a start of $4.99 plus $3.00 shipping, but no one bid and the item was ended unsold.

 

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