One pre 1966 silver quarter. Contains 0.18 Troy Ounces of silver. May be a bit worn, but still it should be within -0.0015 Tr. Oz. of wear.
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This isn't a scam! There is very little activity on ealtbay and I would like to see one thing sell, even if I have to give it away free. 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 nearly zero. 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!
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) pending 4) This listing.
Current melt values of US coins can be seen at CoinFlation.
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