Couldn't resist for $25. I believe grey sheet bid is $34.
The difference is profound.
I saw this rendering of the P-01 on the Blaze.
My secretary came back from her Australian vacation with gifts.
Joined PCGS. These were my voucher submissions.
My first coins from a garage sale. Ten dollars.
This just in.
The ASE at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin
My fat tiger cat watching Book of Eli with me.
LPT (On my way home from work today!)
Today was range day for me.
I hedge with numi.
-- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom --
Twenty '64 Kennedys I bought for two hundred bucks
the whole enchilada
Had some fun today. (Photo negative)
I think I'm paying a bit more than some others here.
I bought these SP State Quarters, an XF1934 quarter and a 1945 dime today for eighty eight bucks.
My vacation souvenirs from Sarasota Rare Coin Gallery
Received first Englehard today as a gift from a friend.
Not pictured: one half roll of 2012BUASEs, a 64Kennedy and a 42WLHalf
20x from a jewelry shop. Haters, sorry about the potato.
Growing collection (34 total out of 56)
Another Lot Purchased from a Client
What the heck is on my reverse proof?!
$50/oz maybe heresy, but I like shiny things.
Fiat always burns a hole in my pocket. I got the Benjamins for ten each and the Kennedy for $16.75.
In my briefcase the past few weeks
Numismatic hobby + Silver addiction
A portion of the desk in my office.
Traded a painted ASE and eighteen dollars for these quarters today.
When I strike out, I just use each roll to buy a silver one at the LCS.
Infographic from goldmoney.com via Tyler Durden