SALE 110 PART 5


421 LITHUANIA LOT of 10 solidi, 1600s, 16 mm, 6 silver in low grade, one pierced;

plus 4 in copper, these average G-VG. All with knight on horse. Starting Bid $18

422 NETHERLANDS, LOT of 13 diff coins, 10 copper & 3 silver, all dated 1700s,

all around F or better. Starting Bid $30

423 POLAND, Solidi, LOT of 10 pcs, 1623-60, average G or close to it, about half with

readable dates. Starting Bid $12

424 RIGA, Billon Solidus, 1621, 16 mm, VF, obv somewhat off-ctr, rev much off-ctr,

silver with unerven brownish tone. But a good strike for this. Starting Bid $4




425 LOT of 29 diff dates, 1625-62, all F-VF & decent for these; in individual envelopes.

Starting Bid $70

426 RUSSIA, 2 Kopecks 1758, St. George & Dragon/ Monogram in wreath, copper 34 mm,

Nice strong F, well struck, lt brown, free of faults. Starting Bid $8




427 5 Kop copper, 1778-EM, big 42 mm, VF, brown, good detail with horseman on eagle's

breast clear; minor edge split. Starting Bid $22




428 SASANIAN, Shapur I, 241-72 AD, Ar Drachm, Bust r/fire altar & attendants, 26 mm,

VF, obv well struck, minor weakness on rev; decent bright metal.

(A chipped VF sold for $320, CGF 6/07.) Starting Bid $60




429 Hormizd II, 302-09, Drachm, bust r/fire altar, 29 mm, VF, perfectly centered,

good strike with much portrait detail, sl die crack from mouth to lgnd; good bright silver.

(A VF brought $221 on $300 bid in my 6/05 sale; VF $604, CNG 9/03.) MB $60




430 Peroz, 459-84, Æ 1/4 Pashiz, bust/fire altar, 11 mm; crude F, dark green patina,

somewhat rough. Rare. Ex Triskeles 3/17 auction where graded NVF & sold for $58.

Start Bid $15




431 Kavad I, Drachm, 32 mm, Ray mint, Year 30; AVF/VF, only a little crude, good metal,

decent for this. (A VF brought $76 on $95 bid in my 10/08 sale.) Starting Bid $17




432 Khusru I, Drachm, Nihavand, Yr. 29, Choice VF/AEF, portrait somewhat crude as always

but actually an excellent strike for this without wkness, rev particularly nice; good metal with

lt tone. (A VF-EF [very poor strike] brought $170, Munz Zentr 7/07.) Starting Bid $25




433 Hormizd IV, Drachm, Yazd, Yr 3, Choice VF+, usual crude fish-eye portrait but again actually

quite well struck for this, free of wkness; excellent metal with lt tone.

(A VF/EF [very crude obv] brought $201, Teutoburger 9/15.) Starting Bid $22



434 -- Darabgird, Yr 12, EF, portrait has strong detail, but rather crude overall with some

die rust mainly on rev. MB $15




435 Khusru II, Drachm, Nishapur, Year 34, Choice EF, quite well struck with no wkness,

fine style portrait, excellent metal with lt tone. (An EF, this mint, brought $215, CGF 6/05.) MB $45




436 -- Darabgird, Yr. 35, Choice EF, fine style portrait, well struck, good bright metal.

(This mint, VF-EF/EF, brought $304, Rauch 9/09.) Starting Bid $35




437 -- Nihavand, Yr. 33, EF, good style portrait, well struck on good bright metal. Nice.

(An AEF, same mint, realized $376, Baldwin's 12/13.) Starting Bid $35




438 -- Istakhr, Yr. 24, VF-EF, sl small at 28 mm, fine style portrait, very well struck,

moderately toned. (A VF, same mint, brought $75, Triskeles 12/18.) Starting Bid $25




439 -- Marvelous Marv, Yr. 25, Superb EF, fine style portrait, perfectly struck, good metal, bright,

few teensy dark spots. (A VF, this mint, poor style, brought $148, Emp. Hamburg 4/13) MB $45




440 -- Jay, Yr. 3, EF, almost as struck but somewhat crude, tho rev is better than usual with

very clear date & mint; bright lustrous silver (A VF brought $141, Emp. Hamburg 4/13) MB $15




441 Ardeshir III, 628-30 AD, Drachm, Nahr-Tire, Yr 2; VF-EF, sl crudeness & a few teensy faults,

but quite good for this scarce ruler near the end. (A GVF brought $460, CNG 9/05.) MB $75




442 SPAIN, Alfonso X, 1252-84, Billon Obol, 14 mm, Lion stg/castle, VF, greenish patina with

strong earthen hilighting, strong features, slight trace of bend.

(Much nicer than an AVF bringing $92, Teutoburger 12/11.) Starting Bid $20




443 SWEDEN, Æ 1/6 Ore, 1674, 3 crowns/crown over Lion, 25 mm, F, medium brown,

decent for this with everything clear. Starting Bid $6




444 TABARISTAN, Sasanian style Ar Hemidrachm, Bust/fire altar etc, Hani, 787-88 AD,

date PYE 137; 24 mm; Mint State, well struck, good bright luster.

(A VF, diff but commoner date, brought $122, CNG eAuc 4/12.) Starting Bid $30




445 -- Anonymous Afzut type, 776-94 AD, date PYE 136; VF, good metal with lt tone, pleasant.

(A GVF realized $123, CNG eAuc 2/12.) Starting Bid $20




446 TRANSYLVANIA, Ar Groschen, 1612B, Eagle/crown, lgnds, 21 mm, VF, a little crudely struck

on sl striated flan, but actually has luster (An AVF brought $91, Agora 12/15.) Starting Bid $20




447 TURKEY, Mehmet II, 1451-81 (conqueror of Constantinople), Ar Akche, AH 865, 11 mm,

VF, centered, well struck, fully clear, good for this. Starting Bid $10





MISCELLANEOUS & LOTS

448 Greek coins, from 16 diff locations, all identified in envs, lower grade but not too bad,

generally VG-F. A few interesting/ uncommon pieces. Starting Bid $60

449 Roman Provincial coins, 16 diff, all identified in envs & 2x2s, lower grade but not

too bad, generally VG-F. MB $60

450 Roman Asses, 13 diff, identified, rather low grade, some make an honest VG;

incl 2 Augustus, Claudius (Dup, scarce), Nerva, Trajan's column, Hadrian galley, Lucilla.

Starting Bid $45

451 Roman lead seals/tesseras, LOT of 9 diff, smallest is almost featureless,

several others low grade, one roughly holed; but at least 4 are pretty nice. Starting Bid $60



452 Roman coins of 24 diff rulers from Gordian to Arcadius, mostly decent,

average at least Fine, identified. Start Bid $85

453 22 assorted later Roman, generally around F-VF, some typical minor problems,

decent lot. Starting Bid $55



454 17 asstd Barbarous later Roman, most are reasonably decent, an interesting group.

Starting Bid $35



455 Olde Coin Junque Lot, incl Austria 1533?, Bohemia Prager Gro, Elbing 1632,

GB Edw I 1d, Hungary denar, 3 India, Venice, Lithuania 1663, Poland 1/2 Groschen

1492-1501, Portugal Ceitil, Riga 1661, 3 Russian wire coins (Ivan the Terrible, Peter,

Mikhail), Sasanian, Slavonia marten denar; identified; generally rather low grade; 18 diff coins

(11 silver) Starting Bid $30

456 German States, 13 diff, lower grades or with problems. Identified. Starting Bid $10

457 Pre-1800 dated coins, 24 diff (9 are Neth or E.Indies), mainly low grades,

but some decent ones too. Starting Bid $35

458 Israel Official Medal, Judaea Capta coin shown, rev a happier version of the scene,

"Israel Liberated 1948," 45 mm bronze, Unc in original issue box. Nice. Starting Bid $5


459 3 coin trays, each 7-3/4x9-1/2", with square dark blue felted spaces for 20, 20, & 16 coins,

with sliding hard clear plastic covers; covers a bit scuffed, the innards nice; plus similar tray with

40 blue felted squares, 8-1/2x12-1/2", no plastic; and plush wooden box with

Austrian eagle inside, spaces for the ten 2 schilling commems in maroon felt;

brass clasp sl awry but functional. Five items. Starting Bid $10




LITERATURE

460 Auction catalogs from 19 different European firms, recent, all with ancient coins & plates,

many hefty catalogs, majority with PRLs, several hardcover, weight 32 lbs.

(Shipping cost abt $20) Starting Bid $30

461 Mildenburg & Hurter, The Arthur S. Dewing Collection of Greek Coins, ANS 1984, 2 volumes,

text 194 pp, plates 142 pp with 2797 coins, both hardcover contained in hard slipcase, as New

& important. (Identical set with damaged slipcase brought $288, CNG 5/07.) Starting Bid $30

462 Lorber, Amphipolis - The Civic Coinage in Silver & Gold, 196 pp + 31 plates,

large hardcover w/dj, VF. (A copy brought $92, CNG 9/08.) Starting Bid $15

463 Metropolitan Museum of Art, Treasures of Tutankhamun, 175 pp, and When the Pyramids

Were Built: Egyptian Art of the Old Kingdom, 143 pp; plus Harris, Egyptian Art, 42 pp + 54 plates;

all 3 large size hardcovers, beautifully illus. Start Bid $5

464 Platon, Zakros: The Discovery of a Lost Palace of Ancient Crete, 345 pp;

Leonard Cottrell, The Bull of Minos: The Discoveries of Schliemann & Evans, 224 pp;

both hardcovers with djs, well illus. Starting Bid $5

465 Frank S. Robinson, Confessions of a Numismatic Fanatic: How to Get the Most Out of

Coin Collecting, 1992, hardcover, 210 pp, illus; literally the best overall book on the subject

ever written (unbiased assessment). Starting Bid $25



466 Babelon, Ancient Numismatics & Its History, 248 pp, hardcover w/dj, translated from

French, Kolbe/Spink 2004. As New. Starting Bid $10

467 Plant, Greek Coin Types & Their Identification, Seaby 1979, 343 pp, large hardcover,

cataloguing 2748 coins organized by animals, plants, heads, etc, thus highly useful for ID

(I use mine constantly). (A copy brought $76 on $100 bid in my 11/03 sale.) Starting Bid $20

468 Tameanko, Monumental Coins: Buildings & Structures on Ancient Coinage, 1999,

242 pp, illus, large size hardcover w/dj, beautiful book. (A copy brought $40, CNG eAuc 11/17.)

MB $12

469 Wayne Sayles, Ancient Coin Collecting, Vol I (general), Vol II (Greek world),

Vol III (Roman world); 1996-97, hardcovers w/djs, each 197 pp, well illus. All three.

Starting Bid $20

470 -- Vol. VI, Non-Classical Cultures (Celts, Parthians, Judaea, Islamic, etc.), 197 pp,

hardcover w/dj, as New. Starting Bid $7

471 -- Classical Deception: Counterfeits, Forgeries & Reproductions of Ancient Coins, 2001,

196 pp, hardcover w/dj, well illus, as New. Starting Bid $10

472 Hoberman, The Art of Coins & Their Photography, 1982, 397 pp, large size

hardcover w/dj, beautifully illus incl color enlargements. Minor wear on dj.

(A copy of this same edition, "dust cover a little scuffed as always," realized $196, CNG eAuc 3/16.)

Starting Bid $30

473 Goodacre, Handbook of the Coinage of the Byzantine Empire, Spink 1957, 361 pp,

hardcover (all 3 parts in one), illus. Nice condition. Starting Bid $20

474 Newell, Royal Greek Portrait Coins, 1937 original edn, hardcover, 125 pp, illus; nice condition.

(A copy brought $37 in my 1/01 sale.) Starting Bid $9

475 Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol I, Augustus to Vitellius, Mattingly & Sydenham, 279 pp,

16 plates, 1972. Nice condition.(A copy of the 1948 edition brought $75, CNG 5/06.) MB $25

476 -- Vol VI, Diocletian to Maximinus, Sutherland & Carson, 727 pp, 16 plates, 1967

(original edition); binding shaky. (A reprint brought $70, CNG 5/07.) Starting Bid $25

477 Sutherland, Art in Coinage, 1955, 225 pp, hardcover w/dj, illus.

(A copy realized $46 ("rare with dust jacket"), CNG 9/06.) Starting Bid $15

478 Milne, Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins, 1982, Lxviii + 155 pp + 7 plates + addedum

+ foldout charts; large size hardcover. Nice condition.

(A Durst reprint of this brought $76 in my 2/09 sale.) Starting Bid $25

479 "The Morris Collection" of ancient coins (see Lot 301!), Heritage auction 1/19, 170 pp,

1318 lots of very interesting material; with PRL. Starting Bid $2

480 Coins of the Crusader States & Their Successors, Wackerlin Collection, 5/19 auction by

Munzen & Medaillen, 863 lots, well illus, with PRL. Starting Bid $2

481 Kunker (Germany) auctions 10/18 & 3/19, each nrly 400 pp, all ancient coins,

incl parts 1 & 2 of a wonderful Celtic collection. Hefty & really lovely catalogs, with PRLs. Min Bid $5

482 Journal of East Asian Numismatics, 11 issues betw 1994 & '98, avg around 75 pages each,

filled with articles on all aspects of E. Asian coins & notes; edited by the Great Man of the field,

Bruce Smith. Weight 6 lbs. Rare! Starting Bid $10

483 Two landmark 1991 auctions of Chinese coins: Irving Goodman & Daniel Ching

collections (Superior & Scott Semans), both w/PRLs, well illus; including numerous very

unusual items. Important! The Goodman has fetched big prices at auction. Starting Bid $10

484 Friedberg, Gold Coins of the World, ancients onward, 6th edn 1992, 723 pp;

Coins of the British World, from 500 onward, 1962; both comprehensive catalogs, well illus,

with values; large size hardcovers w/djs. Weight 7 lbs. Starting Bid $10

485 George Sobin Collection of French Ecus, Lepczyk auction 1977

(my gosh it seems like yesterday), another very important sale, 213 pp, 1336 coins,

well illus, w/PRL. Starting Bid $4

486 Carl Chirico Collection of World Pattern Coins, Bowers & Merena auction 2008, 941 lots,

color illus, w/PRL. Start Bid $2

487 Clayton, Chronicle of the Pharaohs, 324 pp, large size hardcover w/dj, well illus w/color;

Dodson, Monarchs of the Nile, 238 pp, some illus;

Manchip White, Ancient Egypt: Its Culture & History, 217 pp, illus. All in nice condition. MB $5

488 Michael Grant, The Etruscans, 317 pp, hardcover w/dj; Settis (ed.), The Land of the Etruscans,

95 pp, large softcover, many color illus. Starting Bid $4

489 Will Durant, The Life of Greece, 756 pp, hardcover w/dj; a classic

(from "The Story of Civilization"); Hale, Ancient Greece, Horizon, 254 pp, some color illus.

Starting Bid $4

490 Angela, The Reach of Rome: A Journey Through the Lands of the Ancient Empire

Following a Coin, 411 pp, hardcover with dj; highly readable (see my blog commentary,

"How to Pick Up Girls in Ancient Rome;" here's a link.) Also, Carcopino, Daily Life in Ancient Rome,

342 pp. Starting Bid $4

491 Nicholls (ed.), The 30-Second Ancient Rome, ("50 most important achievements"

each briefly explained, 160 pp, hardcover, nicely illus; Goldsworthy, The Complete Roman Army,

224 pp, large softcover well illus; Starr, The Roman Empire, 27 BC - AD 476 - A Study in Survival,

206 pp. Starting Bid $5

492 O Hogain, Celtic Warriors, large hardcover w/dj, 128 pp; R. & V. Megaw, Celtic Art,

large softcover, 288 pp; both lavishlym illustrated. Starting Bid $4

493 Riley-Smith, The Crusades: A Short History, 302 pp; Karen Armstrong,

Holy War: The Crusades & their Impact on Today's World, 628 pp. Starting Bid $3

494 Schele & Miller, The Blood of Kings: Dynasty & Ritual in Maya Art, 335 pp,

oversized hardcover w/dj; McIntyre, The Incredible Incas & Their Timeless Land, Nat Geo Soc,

199 pp, hardcover; both beautifully illustrated. Starting Bid $4


FIXED PRICE SPECIALS -- MULTIPLES AVAILABLE

495 ELYMAIS, Æ Drachms, 2d century AD, mixed types, strictly VF, generally

with nice 2-toned green patinas. 3/39.95, 10/$128



496 TABARISTAN, Ar Sassanian style hemidrachm, Jarir, 786-88 AD, Gov's name in front of

bust, Alb.63; VF or better, actually almost as struck with bright luster, but somewhat crude

strikes. Rare. (An EF brought $612, Baldwin's 12/12.) 29.95



497 -- Sulaiman, 787-89, the distinctive type with Arabic character Bakh in lozenge in

place of portrait, Year 137, Alb. 65. Choice EF, well struck for this, excellent metal with luster.

Rare! (Same date, EF, brought $313, CNG eAuc 9/11.) 49.75, 3/$135



498 INDIA, Gadhaiya Paisa, c. 1000 AD, Sassanian style bust rt/fire altar, EF, good bright silver

& well struck, very nice quality (A VF brought $103, Munz Zentrum 1/12.) 9.95, 3/26.95



499 -- Bahawalpur, Square Paisa, Y8, AH1342,1343 crude VF or better (cat $12) 2.99,

3/7.95, 10/23.95, 30/$66

500 CHINA, Cash coins, lot of 43 diff, nrly all pre-Ching, nice FAKES with convincing

2-toned green patinas, 34.50



501 -- Fakes of silver coins, generally 20c size, lot of 25 different varieties, 14.95

502 ISLAMIC, Seljuks, Ar Dirhems, 1245-59, VF or better, bright silver, a little typical

strike wkness. 7.95



503 RUSSIA, Ivan the Terrible, as Grand Prince of Moscow, 1533-47, Silver wire

Denga, Horseman/lgnd, typical crude VG-F or better, generally with some wkness but

decent for this, good silver, 4.95, 3/13.50, 10/38.75



504 LIVONIA, Billon Solidi, 1645-55, 16 mm, crude, average VG or better,

but all have visible dates, lot of 10 pcs, 23.95.



505 RIGA, billon Solidi, c. 1630-60, lot of 10 different dates, average G-VG or better,

crude but (obviously) dates visible which often is not true on these. 19.95



506 -- Same, crude, maybe AG-G or so, no dates visible 10 for 9.95, 30 for 26.95



507 PALEMBANG (Sumatra), Tin Pitis, before 1821, assortment of varied types,

G-VG gift price: 30/11.95, 100/29.95, 300/79.00

(Note, KM lists only 2 varieties, really the same, F at $20-$25)

508 -- Same, F-VF 10/8.95, 30/23.95, 100/69.95, 300/$179



509 -- Same, VF-EF, 10 DIFFERENT varieties, very nice 19.95; Three lots (30 coins) for 49.95



510 -- My little book with enlarged illustrations of 291 different Palembang varieties,

with rarity ratings, 4.99

511 DEMAK (Java) Sultan Pangeran al Patah 1475-1518, Tin pitis, 20 mm uniface,

VF or better, nice for this 7.95, 3 for 19.95



512 VIETNAM, Zinc cash, C36, 1739-66, rare, G-VG 2.99



513 FR. INDOCHINA, 1/4c 1942 VF (cat $15) 3.75, 3/9.45, 10/$27.95

514 Same, 1943, scarce, VF (cat $35) 7.95, 3/21.95, 10/$64.50

515 SOMALIA, 25S 2004 crown size, Pope JPII, set of 3 KM155-57 BU (cat $21) 7.95,

3/21.95, 10/$65, 30/$179

516 ARMENIA 1994 7-pc set BU (cat $6.75) 2.40, 3/6.75

517 EQUAT. GUINEA, 1000Fr 1995 crown size, cxolorized stamp, error lgnd KM84.2

Unc 9.95 3/27.75

518 JAPAN, 500Y 2008 bimetallic, cash coin shown, PRF (cat $50) in fancy issue case,

3 diff types, each 11.95

519 SUDAN, 50G crown 1972 Scarcer variety KM56.2 Unc 3.25, 3/8.95, 10/27.95, 30/74.95

520 UZBEKISTAN, 100S 2004 BU (cat $15) 2.99, 3/7.95, 10 for 24.95

521 -- 500 Som 2011 KM34.1 BU (cat $15) 3.45, 3/8.95

522 UKRAINE, 6-pc type set 2004-7 BU (cat $12.25) 2.99

523 -- 2018 1 & 2 Hryv, Vlad the Great & Yaroslav the Great, BU pair 1.99, 3 sets 4.99,

10 sets 14.95

524 -- 2018 10 Hryv, set of 3, Donetsk Airport, Navy, Volunteer Day, BU 7.45, 3 sets 19.95,

10 sets 59.50

525 DJIBOUTI, 1999 10-20-50F, BU (cat $15-20 each) all 3 for 11.95, 3 sets $33, 10 sets $99

526 BOSNIA, 1998-2009 6-pc type set, 5F to 2K BU 4.95

527 MOZAMBIQUE 20c 1974 BU (cat $8) .99, 3/2.70, 10/7.95

528 NETHERLANDS Bronze medal, 50 mm, hefty 2-1/2 ozs, 400th Anniv of Walloon

Church in Utrecht, obv like medieval seal, beautiful piece in plush case 7.95, 3/$21.

Photo at www.fsrcoin.com/med.jpg

529 -- Same but silver plated 8.50, 3/21.95

530 Token 1975, 1 Florin, Mokum, 700th Anniv, CN, 22 mm, coinlike BU nice .65, 3 for 1.70,

10/4.75, 30/12.95

531 AZERBAIJAN, ND (2006) 6-pc set BU (one bimetallic, cat $19+) 4.95, 3/13.95

532 IRAN, 10 & 20 Rials, SH1358, Revolution Anniversary, KM1243 & 1244 BU pair 4.95,

3 sets 13.50, 10 sets 39.75

533 TRANSNISTRIA, ROUBLE 2014, Composite-plastic 1.25, 3/3.30, 10/9.50

534 AUSTRIA, 2 Schilling 1929, Billroth commem, AU 7.65, 3 for 21.50

535 GERMANY, 50 PF 1922G BU (cat $13) 1.99, 3/5.50

536 TATARSTAN , 1993 Kilo (Bread) KM Tn1 BU ($25) 7.95, 3/19.95, 10/59.95

537 TONKIN, 1/600P 1905, from a hoard of mint state coins with usual toning spots

I picked out the nicest ones with good luster & only minimal toning/spotting; call them AU-Unc

(An AU with spots brought $485, Palombo 11/12) 36.95, 3/$99

538 LITHUANIA, 7-pc type set, 1-2-5c 1991 + 10-20-50C-1L 2000-09 BU 2.25, 3/5.95, 10/17.95

539 MOLDOVA, 6-pc type set, 1-50 Bani BU (cat $5.25) 1.75, 3/4.95, 10/14.95

540 KYGYZSTAN, 10 Som 2009 KM43 BU (cat $6) 1.60, 3/3.99, 10/12.50

541 BITCOIN, value around $10,000 but for that you don't even actually get a coin.

Buy mine for just $1.99 and you do: 38 mm, copper, dated 2018, BU. Three for 4.99.

Picture at www.fsrcoin.com/8.jpg

542 GREAT BRITAIN, Farthings 1937-56, all 20 dates, EF-AU, most with luster 4.95

543 RUSSIA, 10 Roubles bimetallic 2013-18, lot of 22 diff BU 26.95, 3 lots 69.75


Commentary: There's a great proliferation of various online auctions and auction platforms. I spend a lot of time bidding on them myself, trying to get stuff for my own sales. But it's a pretty thankless endeavor, because often they're glutted with low quality coins with inflated starting bids. On some, everything starts at like 40 Euros, which means $75 when you add the buyer fee and usually 20+ Euros to ship even one measly coin. I work these auctions because I have nothing better to do with my life — but you probably do.

The way I look at it, quality is key in this game. Trying to get a good coin at a good price — it's a challenge because those tend to be mutually exclusive. If a coin is really desirable, it's likely to get bid up. I am often stunned at what I see coins selling for in auctions. Those realizations, that I quote in my own listings, may be outliers in a sense — of course I look for high ones to cite — yet the fact is I have no trouble finding such datums because coins do so often sell for what might seem crazy prices. But if such prices do indeed routinely occur, then are they crazy, or rather reflective of a market reality? By definition, what coins actually sell for is what they're worth.

Anyhow — I do try to fill my own sales with a good variety of mostly good desirable coins, with starting prices really attractively modest (and no buyer fee). But because I'm a pipsqueak operator, without the savvy (or too cheap) to really promote my sales, I get a lot fewer bidders than the Big Boys. Yet I'm proud of the fact that the vast majority of coins in my auctions do sell, so I must be doing something right. And meantime, the absence of hordes of competing bidders means that you have a better chance at that holy grail — a good coin at a good price.

Have any surplus coins? I am always keen to buy for future sales. I pay fair and fast, please consider me.


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