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Old 04-15-2010, 08:19 PM
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In a SHTF scenario, I would burn through my bullion long before I'd ever bartered for one of those.

I would be very careful about what I bartered for PM's (in any form) during such an event. I'd trade whatever I could, before touching my stack.
I'd use junk 90% silver (Franklins, Walkers, Merc dimes)for barter, and hold as much as I could of the bullion and Morgan stack for "buying in" to whatever the new, evolving economy stabilized around. If it took too long to stabilize I'd then tap the bullion, and finally the Morgans.
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:27 PM
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Thanks, I do have several 1883 s in AU. Several 1884 s AU nd 1 I think is extra fine. I believe it is that extra fine that I really liked. It may sound funny but the eye appeal really took to me. In my view it was a really nice example of history with a little wear.
Very nice.
I have 3 full rolls and halfway through my fourth. I got the 1893 S G4, 1889 CC F8, 1895 S AG3, a full role of uncirculated 1879CC.
And a UNC bag of 1891S.

I got a bunch more work to do. I would love a 1921 or1928 peace.
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Old 04-19-2010, 01:05 AM
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I guess that means they are more valuable to me than common bullion!
lemme guess... you sell morgans or ya got 10,000 stashed under the bed
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