CoinWeek Podcast #123: Two Weeks in the Life and the 2019-S Reverse Proof Double Eagle

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It’s been a long two weeks on the road for CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan.

In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, sponsored by our friends at PCGS, Charles talks about what it was like to try to stream live content at the Coin-X show in Saint Charles, Missouri; how much fun he had at the Stack’s Bowers sale of John W. Adams’ Comitia Americana medals; and how he spent more than five hours earlier that day trying to get his hands on a 2019-S Enhanced Reverse Proof Silver Eagle at the Whitman Expo in Baltimore. That coin was immediately flippable at $750 to $1,000 each – but many people only got $135 for their effort. Charles explains why.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The mint should have had a computer pick random names instead of bots jumping individuals. I have been a COLLECTOR not a SELLER since I was 5 and my grandfather gave me 5 v nickels which I still own. I was booted out at checkout 11 times! I am handicapped and this is my only hobby. I hope the coin companies bankrupt for the greed of selling a 65 dollar coin and profiteering it for many thousands! While the average collector gets to grab his ankles!!!

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