Whenever a popular U. Such discussions typically focus on issues such as whether the average collector had a fair chance to obtain the coin; how the Mint could have handled the launch better; and probably most importantly, whether the aftermarket premiums that quickly attached to the coin will hold over time. Most people assumed that the Mint either sold out of the entire ,coin mintage, or at least sold out of the available inventory. In addition, a large number of coins have shown up for sale on eBay and elsewhere. And to an even greater extent than has been the case with other popular modern releases from recent years, many coin dealers began offering pre-orders for graded coins within hours of the launch for delivery when the coins are received back from the grading companies. Moreover, even some companies that in the past have not carried such releases and mostly sell bullion are selling them, which further reinforces the view that many of these coins are in the hands of retail coin sellers. These factors suggest that a very significant portion of the coins sold on April 21 — which the Mint started shipping almost immediately — went to coin dealers and so-called flippers. This is likely given the rather high household limit of ten coins, the instant sell-out, and the rapidly rising retail premiums, which are as always fueled in considerable part by speculative interest and dealer promotions, especially for graded examples, which are where the real money is. So based on what we know now, what do these factors suggest about the aftermarket value of the coin going forward?
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If you are interested please click on this link and make an Offer. Even the famous collections of Harry W. Bass and Anthony J. The proof Eagle in the upcoming display is from the legendary King of Siam proof set. The Tyrant Collection holdings include the entire fabled set of coins given by a U. That full set will be displayed at a future Long Beach Expo. Some coins were struck out of date order.
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