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A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloan
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samsloan wrote:

A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloan
http://stores.ebay.com/xxcomicsxx-Store


Forget eBay for truly rare coins.

I would recommend Heritage or Stax for this coin.

http://coins.ha.com/

http://www.stacks.com/

JAM
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A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646. He wants to auction it on eBay.



Do you have any suggestions or advice?




Would I.
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On Jul 16, 12:21*pm, samsloan wrote:
A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloanhttp://stores.ebay.com/xxcomicsxx-Store




no other has been found like it? i don't think so.

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samsloan wrote:
A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloan



If it were the same date would it be worth $90K? Possibly. Different
date? Without looking, the answer is no.
Sure hope I didn't rise to troll bait.


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"samsloan" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that.


Sloan, how can you be so stupid?

For only $50'000 I will make any number of
physically and chemically indistinguishable copies
of your rare coin.

He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloan
http://stores.ebay.com/xxcomicsxx-Store


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On Jul 17, 1:17 pm, Jürgen R. wrote:
"samsloan" schrieb im ...

A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that.


Sloan, how can you be so stupid?

For only $50'000 I will make any number of
physically and chemically indistinguishable copies
of your rare coin.

Jürgen R.


Sounds like you have a lot of experience at doing this, Jürgen R.

If not, here is a good chance for you to get into a good little
cottage industry, suitable for a fake and a fraud such as yourself,
Jürgen R.

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On Jul 16, 12:21 pm, samsloan wrote:
A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South Western Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.

However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.

Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Sam Sloan

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The ship in question was the Vergulde Draeck

Many coins have been salvaged from that ship.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vergulde_Draeck

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On Jul 17, 5:16 pm, samsloan wrote:
On Jul 16, 12:21 pm, samsloan wrote: A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South Western Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that. He wants to auction it on eBay.


However, he is afraid because of stories he has heard about eBay
regarding coin auctions.


Do you have any suggestions or advice?


Sam Sloan


http://stores.ebay.com/xxcomicsxx-Store

The ship in question was the Vergulde Draeck

Many coins have been salvaged from that ship.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vergulde_Draeck

Sam Sloan


The ship contained eight chests of silver coins worth 78 600 guilders.

In 1931 A. Edwards discovered 40 silver coins in the sand-hills just
north of Cape Leschenault (Green, 1973:272). The wreck was not found,
however, until 14 April 1963 by a group of spear fishermen.

http://www.museum.wa.gov.au/collecti...vergulded.html
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POT, KETTLE

,If not, here is a good chance for you to get into a good little
cottage industry, suitable for a fake and a fraud such as yourself
-- Jürgen R.

It's always amusing to watch a coward who won't identify himself
calling those who sign their real name a fake and a fraud.

Yours, Larry Parr


samsloan wrote:
On Jul 17, 1:17 pm, J?rgen R. wrote:
"samsloan" schrieb im ...

A friend has a Dutch coin from 1646 that was found in a shipwreck off
South East Australia. It is a unique coin. No other has been found
like it. He believes it to be worth $90,000 because the same coin from
1645 is worth that.


Sloan, how can you be so stupid?

For only $50'000 I will make any number of
physically and chemically indistinguishable copies
of your rare coin.

J?rgen R.


Sounds like you have a lot of experience at doing this, J?rgen R.

If not, here is a good chance for you to get into a good little
cottage industry, suitable for a fake and a fraud such as yourself,
J?rgen R.

Sam Sloan

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