Buying Graded Silver Quarters and Dimes

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Buying Graded Silver Quarters and Dimes

Howdy all,

I was checking out MS64-66 PCGS/NGC slabs of quarters -64 off the Bay. and ms 69 state quarters - that all run around 7-11 dollars some days.  Are these common at coin shows at these prices? Any comments, strategies, on low MS graded numismatic dimes and quarters? 

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you can find it on ebay doing just what you are doing. post 50 washingtons ms 64 at the shop i would not pay you more than 8 bucks today. now who is to say those might not go up....problem i sEE is they just produced tOO many. now IMVFHO 1/2 are gone stiLL you are talking over 50 miLLion of most. that is alot of choice. if you can get them delivered under 8 you are stoked. i would say 11 or leSS delivered is a buy if you have decided on coLLecting these. not going to beat that price, it is grey shEEt bid. that today is basicaLLy triple melt. something like this would retail at 13-15 bucks in the shop i work at. just an opinion i have. TIFWiiW. peace

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Howdy all,

I was checking out MS64-66 PCGS/NGC slabs of quarters -64 off the Bay. and ms 69 state quarters - that all run around 7-11 dollars some days.  Are these common at coin shows at these prices? Any comments, strategies, on low MS graded numismatic dimes and quarters? 

dont waste your $$$ paper...

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I'm not a serious collector but my opinion is that anything under ms-66 is not worth any premium.  If it is a newer coin I wouldn't consider anything other than ms-69 or 70. 

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