Causey Feb 19 coin auction, no minimums

Causey Feb 19 coin auction, no minimums

Post by Frank Provase » Thu, 10 Feb 2000 04:00:00



We sincerely regret the denial of service attacks against eBay
which disrupted sales of our coins Tuesday on eBay.  While some very
expensive coins sold for far below our cost, we will try to honor these
sales.

<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Click here</a> for
Causey's eBay page.

Causey's Auction for Saturday, February 19, 2000

1.  Nieto brass and wood "El Gran Cazador" pocket knife, new, retail
$59.95
2.  1941 Walkling Liberty half dollar, MS64, retail $65
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
3.  1963 Franklin half, Proof 67, light cameo, retail $27
4.  1942 Lincoln cent, Gem Proof 65 Red, retail $115
5.  1959 Mexico 20 centavos, red Brilliant Uncirculated, rare, retail
$90
6.  1934-D Lincoln cent, MS65 brown, retail $26
7.  1878-S Morgan silver dollar, MS63 prooflike, retail $50
8.  1937-D Buffalo nickel, D/D mintmark, unlisted in Breen, MS65
prooflike,
estimate $150
9.  1868 Shield nickel, AU50, retail $65
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
10.  1909 Indian Head cent, MS65 red, retail $270
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
11.  1916 Panama 2? centavos, Unc, retail $135
12.  1864 Sweden 25 ore, EF40 ANACS slab, retail $80
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
13.  1888 Mo Mexico 8 reales, AU, a bit lightly struck near the rims,
retail $55
[Lots 1 - 13 are consigned]
14.  1892 Columbian Expo - Chicago World's Fair commemorative half,
bright MS62,
retail $65
15.  1975 Belize $100 gold coin, prooflike Unc, extremely rare with only
2,028 minted,
retail $150 <a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
16.  1963 Franklin half, Proof 65 cameo, retail $35
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
17.  1922-D Peace silver dollar, brilliant MS63, retail $38
18.  1973 Great Britain 50 pence, Proof in issue case, retail $11
19.  Soviet medal commemorative of 60th anniversary of USSR, retail $50
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
20.  1982 British *** Islands $25 gold coin, proof in issue case,
retail $55
21.  Lot of 3 Gem Unc. Lincoln cent rolls, 1961-D, 1963-D, 1964-D, total
retail as singles is $75
22.  1968, 1969 and 1974 US Mint sets, retail $21
23.  1954 Proof set in Capital holder, an original uncleaned set, retail
$96.95
<a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
24.  1975 British *** Islands proof set, 7 coins, dollar is silver,
original
case, retail $25 <a href="http://www.FoundCollection.com/;>Image</a>
25.  1970 New Zealand 7-coin specimen set, special case with gold
printing for
Royal Visit of HM Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, retail $25
26.  1867-1967 Canada prooflike set, .800 silver wildlife coins, retail
$17
27.  1987 Mint set with rare Kennedy halves, retail $11

Largest rare coin bid board auction in Southwestern USA with 500
new coins every week. Licensed auctioneers, never a buyer's fee.
Huge selection of type coins, slabs, collector coins and paper
money. Authorized dealers for PCGS, NGC, ICG, ANACS. Members of the
American Numismatic Association, Texas Coin Dealers Assoc.,
Texas Mini-Storage Assoc., Industry Council for Tangible Assets.
Founded by Fred E. Causey in 1966. Largest non-bank safe deposit
box facility in USA. Low rates, privacy, access 7 days a week
with no government reporting. Business hours 9:45 am to 5:30 pm
Monday-Saturday, 1 pm to 4 pm Sunday (Central Time)

ABOUT OUR AUCTIONS: Since 1966, there has been a coin auction in
Fort Worth, Texas almost every Saturday. Now people all over the
world can participate! Just send in your bids, the high bidders
will be notified by email. There is no buyer's fee or deposit.
Texas residents add sales tax except on coin sales over $1000.

Most United States shipping is $4 per order. All U.S. coins are
graded by ANA standards or major slab service. All items guaranteed
authentic. 5 day return. Coins removed from our holders are not
returnable. Auctions are not approval sales.

 
 
 

Causey Feb 19 coin auction, no minimums

Post by Peter T. Davi » Thu, 10 Feb 2000 04:00:00



: We sincerely regret the denial of service attacks against eBay
: which disrupted sales of our coins Tuesday on eBay.  While some very
: expensive coins sold for far below our cost, we will try to honor these
: sales.

Tough luck on those eBay auctions....  sorry.
I had a few auctions ending once during an
eBay crash (nowhere near the value of your loss),
and complained to them about it.  They offered
to refund a portion of or all of their fees...
I know it's just a bone, but maybe better than

sure you won't be the only one.
good luck,
Peter

 
 
 

Causey Feb 19 coin auction, no minimums

Post by JSTONE93 » Thu, 10 Feb 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

>Tough luck on those eBay auctions....  sorry.
>I had a few auctions ending once during an
>eBay crash (nowhere near the value of your loss),
>and complained to them about it.  They offered
>to refund a portion of or all of their fees...
>I know it's just a bone, but maybe better than

>sure you won't be the only one.
>good luck,
>Peter

>Check out http://www.Auctionwatch.com

for an article about the hackers attacking
ebay.