One pre 1966 silver dime. Contains 0.072 Troy Ounces of silver. May be a bit worn, but still it should be > 0.0715 Tr. Oz.
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PayPal is accepted but you must use the "for friends and family" option for me to receive money from outside of eBay sales. I'll message you the PayPal address when the auction closes. You can send me $1 in the mail to Illinois if you use Buy Out as well if you like. If you have a suggestion about a better payment system let me know and I can sign up. I accept Bitcoins.
This isn't a scam! There is very little activity on many of the non mainstream auction sites and I would like to sell something, even though I'll likely have to give it away for $0.01. I've listed this for 4 weeks with free US shipping and nothing happened. In Jul 2016 somebody added a whole bunch of DVD movie auctions starting at $0.01. I thought for sure it was a scam but I bid $0.01 and it actually arrived. It was a copy no surprise but it actually came! That has been shut down. I assume the anti copyright law enforcement people pay attention to this website even if its activity from the rest of the USA is very small. I'm returning the favor in a way by starting this auction at $0.01. I added free international shipping since nothing happened for 4 weeks with free US shipping. It's sad if the big players like Amazon suck people in so much that I can't even give something away for free on another site.
I'm trying to put this up on the front page of ealtbay. Maybe someone will see it that way!
Buyers so far: 1) One person bid on this item and won. 2) A second person bid and then another user used buy out for $1. 3) gmail user who doesn't respond to my ealtbay messages. 4) This listing.
Some of other front page items look like foreign scams but you never know.
Current melt values of US coins can be seen at CoinFlation.
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