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Fast Eddie's Used Coin Lot

High-grade, numismatic coins for Sale
(Selling part of my personal stash - probably the only time I ever will do it this way.
When these coins are gone, that is it.)

(All PCGS-certified/slabbed coins, except for the handful noted at the end)

Coins in red strikethrough have been spoken for, but not yet paid for - these could
come available again, so check back often.

Coins in blue strikethrough have been paid for.

Coins in black strikethrough have been shipped USPS Registered and Insured.

Current as of Tuesday, March 25, 1:00 pm PDT

Example of "slabbed" PCGS St Gaudens gold coin:

Example of "slabbed" PCGS Morgan Silver dollar:

Email me at steele@ConspiracyPenPal.com with questions or to reserve coins and get payment
instructions.  Please confirm receipt of payment instructions and your intent to proceed with
your purchase within 24 hours.

If you pay by paypal or credit card (Visa/MC only), please do so within 48 hours of first reserving your coins,
else please understand that I will have to relist them for sale to others.  If you pay by check or money
order, please also understand that I can wait only 7 days for it to arrive before relisting your coins for sale. 

Some have asked why I purchased so many of the MS64 Morgans for my personal stash, relative to other coins.
Here is my reasoning:  When the price of precious metals really accelerates (and it only has just begun, I am sure),
the MS64 Morgan will be every bit as much a store of value as other coins, but, due to its relative affordability,
should yield greater appreciation than, say, what might then be a $50,000 MS65 St Gaudens coin or, even, a $5,000
MS65 Morgan.  Furthermore, of all the numismatics I hold, the MS64 Morgan seems most likely to be usable as a
barter item, should things deteriorate to that level.  Considering that it costs about $25 - $30 to have a coin graded
and "slabbed," the net cost for the MS64 Morgan is the best numismatic bang for the buck that I see out there. 
As its value goes up, the overhead of having had it graded in the first place becomes irrelevant, as it is today with
all gold coins.

 Date                                                                         Quantity         PCGS        Sell:  87-1/2%
(-mint)      Grade                      Coin                         Available         Price           PCGS Price

Still Available:

All gone...still.  Thanks for checking.

 

Spoken For but Unpaid:

1884-O   MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                    10                       64                  56
1885-O   MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                    20                       64                  56

 

Paid For - Ready to Ship:
 

 

Paid For - Not Yet Shipped (awaiting check clearance):

1911       MS64         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin          1                 $3,500           $3,062 
 

1914-D   MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin          1                 $2,600           $2,275
1924       MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin          6                 $2,050           $1,794

1885-O   MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                    10                       64                  56

 

Paid For and Shipped:

1911-S    MS64         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         1                 $1,750           $1,531
1915-S    MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         1                 $2,200           $1,925
1924       MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         30               $2,050           $1,794
1925       MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         3                 $2,050           $1,794
1926       MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         2                 $2,050           $1,794
1927       MS65         St Gaudens $20 US gold coin         9                 $2,050           $1,794

1881-S    MS63         Morgan Silver Dollar                     1                       48                  42

1878-S    MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                     1                     110                  96
1880-S    MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                     1                       64                  56
1881-S    MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                     1                       64                  56
1882-S    MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                     1                       64                  56
1884-O   MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                    70                      64                  56
1885-O   MS64         Morgan Silver Dollar                    84                      64                  56

1879-S    MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      1                     170                149
1880-S    MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      8                     170                149
1881-S    MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                     15                    170                149
1882-S    MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      5                     170                149
1883-O   MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      3                     170                149
1884-O   MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      2                     170                149
1885       MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      3                     170                149
1885-O   MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      7                     170                149
1886       MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      4                     170                149

1887       MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      5                     170                149
1898-O   MS65         Morgan Silver Dollar                      2                     170                149

 

I also have two gorgeous silver Eagles.  The first is slabbed by NGC and graded Gem Uncirculated
"First Strike."  The second is not slabbed, but comes in a sleeve "guaranteeing" it to grade out
at MS65 or better.  I'm asking $25 for each of these Eagles.

I also have two $2-1/2 Indian Head gold coins, neither of which is PCGS certified. 
The first, a 1914-D, is slabbed by NNC (another grading company)  at MS64.  The second,
a 1915, is neither graded nor slabbed, but the fellow who sold it to me (very cheaply) insisted it
was MS65 quality.  Though both truly are beautiful coins, with all Indian Heads of all denominations
widely liked and sought after, I think the unslabbed one actually is prettier.  Even so, since I bought
them at about the same time, I am going to maintain their relative pricing, so that the NNC-slabbed
coin actually is a bit more expensive.  I generally see coins like these go for the PCGS value two
grades below that claimed, which is about what I paid for each and what I am asking: 
$700 for the 1914-D and $610 for the 1915.  Buy them both as a set for $1,200 plus shipping.

I also have one SGS-rated and slabbed 1879-S Morgan MS66 Silver Dollar.  I generally see
coins like these go for the PCGS value two grades below that claimed, which is about what I paid
and what I am asking:  $64.

Finally, the piece-de-resistance:  A gorgeous, complete 30-coin PCGS set of Silver Eagles,
each of them graded at PR69 DCAM.  They come in a beautiful, cherry wood and black felt-lined PCGS box.  This
is a literally perfect collection of one of each of every single Eagle minted from every single mint, since they first
began minting Eagles...including the ultra-rare, keystone 1995-W Eagle, which PCGS lists for close to $6,000,
all by itself.  All of them are PR69 DCAM!  I am asking $7,709 for this complete set, which includes the first
2008 coin.  PCGS list for all of them is $8,810, so I am asking 87-1/2% of PCGS for this set, too.