FA, 1999 sba dollars, mint sets, 1996 mint set

FA, 1999 sba dollars, mint sets, 1996 mint set

Post by oepeppe » Mon, 03 Sep 2007 10:23:51



I have a couple of mint sets and sba dollars up for auction on ebay
closing tomorrow .
 
 
 

FA, 1999 sba dollars, mint sets, 1996 mint set

Post by oepeppe » Mon, 03 Sep 2007 12:15:58



Quote:
> I have a couple of mint sets and sba dollars up for auction on ebay
> closing tomorrow .

The link is http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZoepepper. It usually
appears in my sig file, but I sent this msg thru google groups instead
of outlook and the sig file was not added. I guess I need to check my
settings in google groups. Best regards, O.E.pepper

 
 
 

FA, 1999 sba dollars, mint sets, 1996 mint set

Post by Jon Purke » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 00:39:42




Quote:
>I have a couple of mint sets and sba dollars up for auction on ebay
>closing tomorrow .

I'll be keeping an eye on the 1996 set as I just need '96 and '97 to
have 1995 to 2006. I had never planned on collecting mint sets, but it
has somehow happened. :)

However, I did not think the satin finish was added to coins in
uncirculated mint sets until 2004?

 
 
 

FA, 1999 sba dollars, mint sets, 1996 mint set

Post by clarken » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 14:54:11


That description was copied from the mint website verbatim and pasted in the
description. I am well aware that 2004 supposedly ushered in the "satin
finish" as an official production term, but that was their description of
the unc. set in the mint listing for the 1996 unc. set. You might try a
serach of the mint archive to check it out, but I assure you that is where I
got that description. Really!


Quote:


> >I have a couple of mint sets and sba dollars up for auction on ebay
> >closing tomorrow .

> I'll be keeping an eye on the 1996 set as I just need '96 and '97 to
> have 1995 to 2006. I had never planned on collecting mint sets, but it
> has somehow happened. :)

> However, I did not think the satin finish was added to coins in
> uncirculated mint sets until 2004?

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