1959 Black beauty nickel?

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#21 Unread post by Nolifeking » Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:26 am

Maineman750 wrote:
Nolifeking wrote:So what does it cost to send coins in?
The price for the nickel was $20 including postage...I sent in 5 coins and total was $100 for everything....but they have specials too...I just got an email offering 5 coins for the price of 7 and saw an ad online for another special.
A little steep for me right now. I really should give it a shot though. I'm sure I can come up with 5 coins to send in. I've been really wanting to get my rotated die nickel sent in and my 1984 doubled ear penny.



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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#22 Unread post by Maineman750 » Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:19 pm

Unless you plan on selling, there really is no hurry to send them in, especially when you know what you have. I save mine until there is a special and I have the extra cash.But I forgot to mention,you can send just one...it may end up towards $25...depends on what you put as the value too as insurance isn't cheap.
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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#23 Unread post by dipper13 » Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:50 pm

I sent a roll of those to ANACS. All came back as Black Beauties, although some were black, some were like gunmetal gray or even lighter. All said "Improper Ally Mix" graded MS63 or MS64. When I asked why they said that, they stated that they and PCGS agreed that was why they are BLACK!!

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#24 Unread post by Nolifeking » Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:37 am

I think I need to send mine in. I think I have enough coins now to send in quite a few. Just need to wait and save up some money so I can send in 5 at once.

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#25 Unread post by Maineman750 » Thu Oct 07, 2010 6:27 am

Nolifeking wrote:I think I need to send mine in. I think I have enough coins now to send in quite a few. Just need to wait and save up some money so I can send in 5 at once.
They run different specials quite a bit, so you'll just have to keep checking.
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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#26 Unread post by dipper13 » Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:17 am

If you have coin collector friends, you can pool your coins and send them in together. When you can send in a large amount of coins, cost could be like 10 bucks a coin. I send them in economy and wait patiently the get them back. It takes time, but you cannot beat the price.If you guys are close together geographicly, you can pool you submissions.

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#27 Unread post by Maineman750 » Thu Oct 07, 2010 2:26 pm

dipper13 wrote:If you have coin collector friends, you can pool your coins and send them in together. When you can send in a large amount of coins, cost could be like 10 bucks a coin. I send them in economy and wait patiently the get them back. It takes time, but you cannot beat the price.If you guys are close together geographicly, you can pool you submissions.
good idea, only I don't have any collector friends nearby...just joined a club though, and once I know who I'm dealing with,that is a great option.
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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#28 Unread post by Nolifeking » Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:57 pm

dipper13 wrote:If you have coin collector friends, you can pool your coins and send them in together. When you can send in a large amount of coins, cost could be like 10 bucks a coin. I send them in economy and wait patiently the get them back. It takes time, but you cannot beat the price.If you guys are close together geographicly, you can pool you submissions.
I'll have to keep an eye out for deals. How many do you have to send in at once to get them done for only 10 bucks a coin?

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#29 Unread post by dipper13 » Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:03 pm

I called the company when I found the black beauty nickels. I asked for someone who could help me with pricing. I was instructed to send the whole roll in under economy. when you send one type coin,same date etc they can do them more easily. I guess that because they did the whole roll, they charged me what they thought was fair. I was surprised, but I really liked the way they responded. I also earlier this year sent in 25 Presidential proof sets to be graded (69/70 only) They gave me that price but did all 100 coins, they all were pr 69 dCam or better! Dan

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Re: 1959 Black beauty nickel?

#30 Unread post by danni.wells » Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:39 am

I found a 1993 nickel that looks like it’s copper
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