I unboxed a coin collection with a good bit of silver, some rare medals and exonumia, and some sweet older currency notes (plus some stuff not mentioned in the description)! It's always interesting to sift through collections, as I end up learning quite a bit in the process – in this case, I was able to refine a lot of my pricing, as well as understand some of the history behind the paper currency. Whether it's a bunch of silver or some specific numismatic items, I always have fun looking through – let me know if you enjoyed below!

(UPDATE – I helped with the consignment of the medals, and the Dupuis brought ~$900, while the Silver one was only about $300).


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18 Comments on “UNBOXING A RARE COIN & PAPER MONEY COLLECTION: Stored In A Basement For 20+ Years!!”

  1. Christian beautiful stuff again !. Excellent information C !!. Always like to see the foreign stuff especially the silver because I cannot afford gold Sir. Happy Easter Christian & Family !!!.

  2. Really cool collection! I especially love that Isle of Man set….had no idea they had their own coins.

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