Pricing assumes a silver market of $23.00 an ounce or less. If silver goes over $23 an ounce, we reserve the right to increase the price.
This creation of Saint-Gaudens's star student, Adolf Weinman, belongs to the classic period of coin designs at the turn of the 20th Century where Lady Liberty put on her best face, and this is definitely it, the Mercury Dime, begun in 1916 and minted through 1945. These are worthy specimens, a slight majority from the World War II years, all of them in Very Fine Condition on average by our estimate. Several of the 1930s coins will show moderate wear to the diagonal bands on the mace on the coin's reverse. Some of the later ones, on the other hand, show mint luster, and by many folks standards would rate at Extremely Fine to Almost Uncirculated. The diagonal bands on the reverse mace are visible on each specimen with no more than moderate wear to that part of the reverse surface. This assembly is only 60 percent wartime, no 1945s included; and all of them are grouped in rolls by Year and mint mark. Philadelphia mint, of course, did not stamp coins in the 20th Century with the exception of the 35% Silver War Nickels. Quantity is as follows:
1 Roll each 1938, 1939, 1940, 1940-S, 1942, 1942-S, 1943, and 1943-S.
While there is no way we can photograph every coin, we will include several random closeup shots so that prospective owners of these fine dimes can check our grading. On a $30.00 silver market, melt value alone is over $1050.00 by mint specs, .715 Troy Ounces per $1.00 face value. We're offering the entire collection at $ 120.00 per roll, not sold separately. Own the entire collection, over 35 Troy Ounces of Silver Content but more than that since these are nice Mercurys, for only $ 1189.95 Please note that we only charge $10 flat fee for coin orders, USPS Priority Mail, insured for full value. Deduct 2% if paid by USPS Money Orders & not credit card.
PRICING IS FOR A $30 OR LOWER SILVER MARKET. IF SILVER GOES OVER $30.00 AGAIN ON THE COMEX, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO INCREASE THE PRICE.
2% Discount if payment is by USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card. $10 flat fee shipping any size coin or bullion order to the lower 48; $20 flat fee to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico. That's $10 per order, not $10.00 per items. We accept USPS MO's, Discover, MC or Visa for immediate shipment by direct mail, fax or phone. Our phone # is at the bottom of this ad. 7 day money back return privilege; we need to be notified immediately if there is a problem with any items, and we are not responsible for return shipping. Metal market fluctuation is not a valid reason for a return. We also accept non-USPS Money Orders and checks, possible 8 day hold on personal checks, 12 days on cashier's checks. We accept lay-aways with 20% down, balance due in 90 days. Service fee applies if lay-aways go 1 month over the due date, 6% per month. Lay aways are not refundable or exchangeable. We consider trade offers on items that move well for us, U.S. Gold or Silver, traditional firearms, premium grade scopes, lots of stuff we like & do well with. No Chinese scopes or knives, please. Chinese guns good, though. Robertson Trading Post, 117 Front Street, Henderson, TN 38340, members American Numismatic Association, Memphis Area Better Business Bureau, Chester County, TN, Chamber of Commerce, NRA Business Alliance. Benefactor Members of the NRA. In business since 1952. Internet Phone hours 8:30 - 4:30 Central Standard Time, Mon - Sat, phone number at the bottom of this ad.
$10 flat fee shipping for any size, any combination coin order lower 48, USPS Registered or Priority Mail, insured for full value. $50 to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico. We offer a seven day money back return privilege. Lay-aways accepted with 20 percent down, balance in 90 days. Lay-aways are not refundable or exchangeable. 2 percent discount for payment by USPS Money Orders and not credit cards. We will entertain trade offers Most traditional guns we like, blue & walnut etc.; S&W, Colt, Ruger
traditional guns US Silver Gold lots of stuff
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