FA: Causey's Feb 17 auction, no minimums

FA: Causey's Feb 17 auction, no minimums

Post by Frank Provase » Sat, 10 Feb 2001 05:58:21



Causey's Auction for Saturday, February 17, 2001   3 pm Central Time
No minimums, no reserves, no buyer fee - Bid by email, phone or in
person

<a href="http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/causeys/">Click here</a> for
MORE Causey coins on eBay

1.  Maxam Classic V knife, made in Japan, lifetime guarantee, retail
$59.95
2.  Group of miniature sterling silver stamp and coin reproductions,
Franklin Mint, retail $40
3.  1953-D Washington quarter, NGC slab MS65, untoned, retail $50
4.  1959 Jefferson nickel, NGC slab Proof 68, retail $65
5.  Sterling silver heart locket with gold highlights, retail $50
6.  Pair of sterling silver heart earrings with turquoise, retail $100
7.  Money clip with Soviet Union coin, estimate $15
8.  1918 Mexico silver peso, XF-AU, retail $300
9.  1937-D Buffalo nickel, MS63, retail $21
10.  1780 Austria Maria Theresa thaler, restrike, toned Unc, retail $15
11.  1884-O Morgan silver dollar, MS65, retail $90
12.  Pair of Nazi Germany 2 mark coins, retail $20
13.  1972-S Proof set, all nice cameos, retail $35
[Lots 1 - 13 are consigned]
14.  1960 Franklin half dollar, MS64, Trends $40
15.  1921 Straits Settlements 50 cents, silver, too cheap at $10 catalog
16.  1968 Mexico $25 Olympic, silver, MS65, retail $12
17.  1896 Indian Head cent, MS60, retail $27.50
18.  1958 Canada silver dollar, Totem Pole, MS64, retail $15
19.  1936 Buffalo nickel, MS66, retail $135
20.  1992-P Olympic half dollar, Uncirculated in issue box, retail $12
21.  1922 Peace silver dollar, MS64 ANA/PNG slab, premium quality,
retail $67
22.  1999 American Eagle $5 gold piece, MS65, retail $55
23.  1952 Franklin half dollar, MS64, retail $35
24.  1887 Indian Head cent, AU50, sharp with nice brown surfaces, retail
$18.50

 
 
 

FA: Causey's Feb 17 auction, no minimums

Post by ToddPolla » Sat, 10 Feb 2001 22:59:34


Why are there no images?
Quote:
>Causey's Auction for Saturday, February 17, 2001   3 pm Central Time
>No minimums, no reserves, no buyer fee - Bid by email, phone or in
>person

>Click here for
>MORE Causey coins on eBay

>1.  Maxam Classic V knife, made in Japan, lifetime guarantee, retail
>$59.95
>2.  Group of miniature sterling silver stamp and coin reproductions,
>Franklin Mint, retail $40
>3.  1953-D Washington quarter, NGC slab MS65, untoned, retail $50
>4.  1959 Jefferson nickel, NGC slab Proof 68, retail $65
>5.  Sterling silver heart locket with gold highlights, retail $50
>6.  Pair of sterling silver heart earrings with turquoise, retail $100
>7.  Money clip with Soviet Union coin, estimate $15
>8.  1918 Mexico silver peso, XF-AU, retail $300
>9.  1937-D Buffalo nickel, MS63, retail $21
>10.  1780 Austria Maria Theresa thaler, restrike, toned Unc, retail $15
>11.  1884-O Morgan silver dollar, MS65, retail $90
>12.  Pair of Nazi Germany 2 mark coins, retail $20
>13.  1972-S Proof set, all nice cameos, retail $35
>[Lots 1 - 13 are consigned]
>14.  1960 Franklin half dollar, MS64, Trends $40
>15.  1921 Straits Settlements 50 cents, silver, too cheap at $10 catalog
>16.  1968 Mexico $25 Olympic, silver, MS65, retail $12
>17.  1896 Indian Head cent, MS60, retail $27.50
>18.  1958 Canada silver dollar, Totem Pole, MS64, retail $15
>19.  1936 Buffalo nickel, MS66, retail $135
>20.  1992-P Olympic half dollar, Uncirculated in issue box, retail $12
>21.  1922 Peace silver dollar, MS64 ANA/PNG slab, premium quality,
>retail $67
>22.  1999 American Eagle $5 gold piece, MS65, retail $55
>23.  1952 Franklin half dollar, MS64, retail $35
>24.  1887 Indian Head cent, AU50, sharp with nice brown surfaces, retail
>$18.50


 
 
 

FA: Causey's Feb 17 auction, no minimums

Post by No Use » Sun, 11 Feb 2001 00:19:07



Quote:
>Why are there no images?

Because Causeys has abandoned you. You should have learned by now.
But you let them lead you around by your brown nose.
Have a good day, Todd. Tell Dobac Hello.

Big Fredd

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FA: Causey's Feb 17 auction, no minimums

Post by Fred A. Murph » Sun, 11 Feb 2001 07:23:03



Quote:

> >Why are there no images?

> Because Causeys has abandoned you. You should have learned by now.
> But you let them lead you around by your brown nose.
> Have a good day, Todd. Tell Dobac Hello.

> Big Fredd

Nice try, No Guy.  When was the last time you accidentally saw me spell the
shop's name wrong?

And why in hell would ANYONE bother to use an anonymizer and then sign their
name?

You MUST be twelve years old--you have no sense.

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