INCREDIBLE COINS FOR $50 OR LESS? They do Exist and Here’s a Few Examples of Prime Cherrypicks!

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Today we looks at low budget buys in the $50 or less range. With so many choices for hundreds or thousands of dollars, sometimes the fantastic lesser priced classic US coins get lost in the shuffle. A quick trip to an out of town coin shop produces two "red hot" discoveries. Here are examples of what's out there, enjoy!

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ECONOMY COIN HOLDER PACKS –

MYLAR POCKET PAGES –

SINGLE ROW STORAGE BOXES –

NGC GRADED STORAGE BOX –

PCGS GRADED STORAGE BOX –

2"X2" SAFLIPS BULK PACK –

6-COIN TYPE SET HOLDERS –

COIN TUBE ASSORTMENT –

WHITMAN 60 POCKET COIN ALBUM –

WHITMAN COIN FOLDER (CENTS) –

WHITMAN LINCOLN CENTS ALBUM –

LITTLETON TYPE SET ALBUM –

DANSCO JEFFERSON NICKEL ALBUM –

FLAT CLINCH STAPLER –

STAPLER REFILL PACKS –

HASTINGS TRIPLET MAGNIFIER –

USB DIGITAL MICROSCOPE –

2019 RED BOOK PRICE GUIDE –

CHERRYPICKER'S GUIDE VOLUME 1 –

CHERRYPICKER'S GUIDE VOLUME 2 –

STRIKE IT RICH W/POCKET CHANGE –

The best resource available for varieties is the Cherrypicker's Guide to Rare Die Varieties. I have both volumes that covers all the types of coins. I'm thankful to have found this book and have fun finding valuable varieties that I sell and make lots of money on. If you're interested in purchasing a copy of this book, they are available here at a discount!

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20 Comments on “INCREDIBLE COINS FOR $50 OR LESS? They do Exist and Here’s a Few Examples of Prime Cherrypicks!”

  1. Looks like you got some good deals! I hope to get into coin collecting soon☺

  2. Whats your favorite older silver dollar variety? They seem to be worth more to me because of the silver content.

  3. Where can I sell rolls of 82/83 quarters like you do? I’m finding a lot…Do you want mine?

  4. I bought some Mercury dimes between 1937 and 1945 with full bands for between $7 and $14 a piece and I believe them to be Midstate 67

  5. I have a local pawn shop that has tons in good condition I’ve gotten all my Morgan’s there plus a gem 1961 Franklin in mint state conditiom

  6. Hey, love your vids – you are my mentor in this new hobby for me! I hope all is well with you and look forward to further instruction and opinion. You are the main reason I joined pcgs as a gold member and I am still awaiting my two submissions being returned. Love it and thanks again!!

  7. There’s some great stuff out there! I got a 1909 vdb penny. It’s gotta be at least au58-ms64 I got it for 50 cents

  8. I love the U.S. junk silver and many many others. This went into my playlist and I shared it. ATB & HH

  9. Great video! Great information. I encourage all collectors to drop into their local coin shop. I have never purchased from eBay, always from my local coin dealer and have picked up some great coins for a reasonable price. Happy 4th of July from Canada!

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