No Respect to start 2022.YES?

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iwillbenice
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No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by iwillbenice » Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:14 am

1921 VAM-55A mega die breaks and with no interest.
Must be very common.

DHalladay
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Re: No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by DHalladay » Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:19 am

Rarity and collector demand are two much different things.
The few I have in my sales database have basically sold for no premium.
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morganman
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Re: No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by morganman » Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:11 pm

:popcorn: Quite a few low pop seemingly tough finds
that are overlooked/under appreciated by
collectors. A prime example is my PCGS 1881-0
vam 16 in ms64dmpl. What a stunning coin but
nobody seems to care which frustrates me.
If i cant get some type of premium i will simply
keep it stashed.

Really wierd how some vams start out kinda
neat , then go ballistic= 1887 o vam 30A comes
to mind as heritage sales show pretty big money
& one sold last week for super premium
:|

colwillys
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Re: No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by colwillys » Sun Jan 02, 2022 4:52 pm

Do you feel the 1881-O VAM 27 should have a premium .

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Re: No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by JASONKFLO » Mon Jan 03, 2022 6:17 pm

morganman wrote:
Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:11 pm
:popcorn: Quite a few low pop seemingly tough finds
that are overlooked/under appreciated by
collectors. A prime example is my PCGS 1881-0
vam 16 in ms64dmpl. What a stunning coin but
nobody seems to care which frustrates me.
If i cant get some type of premium i will simply
keep it stashed.

Really wierd how some vams start out kinda
neat , then go ballistic= 1887 o vam 30A comes
to mind as heritage sales show pretty big money
& one sold last week for super premium
My 1887 o vam 30a is only a 62 but think I paid 250 for it. Glad I did.
Jason Floyd
I climb Mountains , Grow Bamboo and like Coins

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ljs123
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Re: No Respect to start 2022.YES?

Post by ljs123 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 10:09 pm

morganman wrote:
Sun Jan 02, 2022 12:11 pm
:popcorn: Quite a few low pop seemingly tough finds
that are overlooked/under appreciated by
collectors. A prime example is my PCGS 1881-0
vam 16 in ms64dmpl. What a stunning coin but
nobody seems to care which frustrates me.
If i cant get some type of premium i will simply
keep it stashed.

Really wierd how some vams start out kinda
neat , then go ballistic= 1887 o vam 30A comes
to mind as heritage sales show pretty big money
& one sold last week for super premium


1887-O VAM-30A in PCGS MS-65 census 1/0
I don't know many one and only TOP POP VAMs that fill the top spot in four different lists.
This one does. I understand why the bid went up.

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