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Recent Customer Reviews in Coins

  • After receiving the first one, I ordered another 1

    Jun 12, 2012

    zalem11  from Albuquerque, N.M., Rating:5.0

    If you want a man's ring with bling this is it!!! !

  • Oct 16, 2012

    mgoldstein  from Dickson, TN, Rating:5.0

    These coins are an excellent choice for any numismatic. It would be better if they were in a hard case.

  • Jan 10, 2012

    spacelord  from Las Vegas NV, Rating:1.0

    not worth it--these go for 10 cents a piece at a coin dealer--for 30 you can get for $3

  • Any thing proclaming itself the last of the 20th c

    Dec 27, 2011

    motorolaman1  from Earth, Rating:1.0

    Any product claminging to be the last of the 20th century must include the year 2000 in it because 1901 is the actual first year of the 20th century and 2000 the last as any intelligent person knows. And the price is a rip off these dollars usually sell for $35 each MSRP in 2011 so exactly how does this save overstock byers money? Not at all. This product is a ripoff.

  • Jan 18, 2012

    clueless2  from Eastern North Carolina, Rating:1.0

    Of the 7 coins minted in San Francisco (uncirculated), these have a 40% silver content, the rest being copper. These clad coins are worth a little less than $10 each (with Silver at 30/ounce). Then you have 14 coins worth exactly a dollar apiece. So you have less than $100 worth of value in these coins, which can be found abundantly everywhere on the net. I call to purchase two sets anyway for my sons, just for fun as a collectible. The *** at OS refuse to remove the sales tax claiming my state requires tax on anything they ship. What a crock?!!? NC doesn't collect tax on coinage, numismatic or otherwise. But these don't even really have any numismatic value, because of the quantity. Nuts! Don't waste your money on these ... go to a real coin shop. I will.

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