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Collectible coin purchasing at eBay has grown into one of the more useful clearing house for Collectible coin buffs. Collectible coin lovers are dealing collectible coins thru this huge website in growing numbers daily.


1804 LARGE CENT AG VERY RARE DATE Lot 336

$1.00


1812 LARGE CENT XF Lot 388

$1.00


1810 LARGE CENT F VF Lot 334

$1.00


1857 LARGE CENT CH BU RB RARE Lot 392

$1.00


1803 LARGE CENT VG F Lot 135

$1.00


1808 LARGE CENT VG Lot 137

$1.00


1845 US Large Cent Lot 1T

$1.00


1817 US Large Cent Lot 7T

$1.00


1826 US Large Cent Lot 17T

$1.00


1851 US Large Cent Lot 30T

$1.00


1960 Lincoln Head Cent RED Large Date and 1904 Indian Head Cent Lot 37G

$1.00


1831 US Large Cent Lot 40T

$1.00


1846 US Large Cent Lot 48T

$1.00


1838 Large Cent Lot 380

$7.00


1851 Large Cent Lot 329

$7.00


1853 Large Cent Lot 326

$7.00


1835 Large Cent Lot 327

$7.00


1800s Large Cent Lot 330

$7.00


1849 Large Cent Lot 320

$7.00


1853 Large Cent Lot 328

$7.00


1853 Large Cent Lot 322

$7.00


1853 Large Cent Lot 323

$7.00


1835 Large Cent Lot 381

$7.00


1852 Large Cent Lot 331

$7.00


1853 Large Cent Lot 325

$7.00


1828 Large Cent Lot 324

$7.00


1846 Large Cent Lot 321

$7.00


Large 1972 United States of America Giant Penny Currency Money One Cent

$14.24


1851 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT IN EXTRA FINE CONDITION Lot 24

$1.00


1852 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT THIS LARGE CENT WAS MINTED FROM 1842 TO Lot 25

$1.00

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Tips for safe buying of rare U.S. coins on eBay

A quick visit to eBay will show upwards of 400,000 U.S. coins available for purchase on any given day on the eBay marketplace. In a market of this scope, there is a lot more than just common dated coins. On the eBay site, you will see plenty of unique, rare collectible coins, with a far better all round assortment than just about anywhere else, either online or in traditional bricks n mortar stores.

Using eBay is easy, convenient, and a effective tool for those keen collectors looking for a rare find. It is not unreasonable to claim that the Internet, in particular eBay, has in some measure triggered the increasingly popularity of coin collecting that is evident over the last ten years.

Since many of the eBay coin sellers are collectors just like you a lot of them are willing to sell coins at “below book” value because the coins are being offered without the assistance of numismatic professionals (i.e., the “middle man” is cut out). This bodes well for the coin buyer “looking for a good deal”.

Much like other varieties of collectibles, there are numerous pitfalls to avoid. One good thing is, most eBay sellers and buyers are actually trustworthy. If this were not true, eBay may have faded long ago, rather then growing into an icon of modern day American culture.

Observe these basic tips, and you can steer clear of possible pitfalls:

Be certain to fully understand the bidding requirements. It is advised you go to the eBay University Learning Center. On the Learning Center website, you can see various helpful training lessons meant to show how to fully utilize the eBay site. Initially give your attention to the buying videos. The tuition is clear to follow. The main factor to understand relates to the difference between bidding and Buy it Now, maximum bids and the right way to place limits on what you intend to pay in an auction offer. Do not forget, bidding actions you make while on eBay are legally binding, so ensure that you get aquainted with the procedures before clicking the CONFIRM BID or BUY button.

Fully understand the shipping and return policy of the seller. When reviewing an offer, move to the end of the sale item description, to the section explaining about the seller's shipping terms, payment details and goods return policy. Of the disputes that arise on eBay, many of them arise because of misunderstandings on these issues. For anyone who is engaged in ordering expensive, antique or otherwise valuable products, it is suggested to buy for some level of insurance. This will be a small cost for the satisfaction it will provide.

Is internet shopping a hazard, in your mind? These issues are one of eBay's highest priorities. Ebay prides itself on providing and enhancing the user interface of its online marketplace platform to meet and exceed its users expectations in terms of safe and secure buying and selling.

Increasingly, online shoppers demand a secure and safe online shopping experience. The mix of eBay's Seller Feedback system and Paypal's Buyer Protection Program deliver on these user demands.

Review the Feedback Rating of the item seller. Without the Feedback Rating, the eBay market concept could not function as well as it does. Should a seller appears to have more than just a little negative feedback, avoid that seller's items. On the flip side, a seller with 10, 000 points and 98%97% positive feedback demonstrates a high level of satisfied customer completed sales. The eBay learning center training describe more fully the right way to assess Sellers and make use of the Feedback system.

Do not take the time bidding on any US coin that do not provide a very clear photographic image. An effective seller offering genuine U.S. coins of any value will always properly represent them through clear photos and descriptions.

Expensive coins that are Certified cause a reduced amount of risk for the buyer. To illustrate, one of the most well known grading firms are PCGS and NGC, followed by ANACS and ICG.

At the outset, eBay might be a tad daunting, yet as soon as you get comfortable with the buying system, you are going to recognize how valuable eBay is for the coin hobbyist or serious coin collector.

The above points all bode well for developing a strategy to accumulate rare U.S. coins by utilizing the eBay market.

This list gives you an idea of the range of Miscellaneous U.S. Large Cents found and bought during the past seven days.

1838 LARGE CENT 1834 DIME 1842 HALF Lot 97,  1802 DRAPED BUST LARGE CENT XF AU Lot 29,  1810 LARGE CENT ABOUT FINE NICE Lot 179,  1828 LARGE CENT XF AU VERY NICE Lot 333,  1823 2 LARGE CENT VG F Lot 332,  1809 LARGE CENT G VG Lot 178,  1855 LARGE CENT XF Lot 336,  1804 DRAPED BUST HALF CENT G VG corrosion Lot 370,  1850 LARGE CENT XF Lot 335,  1810 09 LARGE CENT BGC AU RARE Lot 51,  1826 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT Lot 508,  1858 LARGE LETTERS FLYING EAGLE PENNY WITH FULL RIMS VISIBLE DATE F Lot 498,  1822 CORONET HEAD LARGE CENT DRAPED BUST LARGE CENT WITH NO DATE AN Lot 370,  1858 LARGE LETTERS FLYING EAGLE PENNY WITH FULL RIMS VISIBLE DATE F Lot 274,  1818 MATRON HEAD LARGE CENT WITH FULL LIBERTY ROTATION ERROR Lot 194,  1855 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT WITH A NICE CHOCOLATE BROWN COLOR Lot 195,  1842 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT WITH FULL LIBERTY Lot 196,  1901 INDIAN HEAD PENNY WITH FULL LIBERTY AND DIAMONDS PRESENT Lot 190,  2 1865 3 CENT PIECES THESE COINS HAVE FULL RIMS AND LIBERTY IS VISIBLE Lot 187,  1907 INDIAN HEAD PENNY WITH FULL LIBERTY AND DIAMONDS PRESENT Lot 169,  1825 CLASSIC HEAD HALF CENT WITH ROTATED REVERSE Lot 147,  1827 AND 1849 LARGE CENT ONE IS A CORONET HEAD THE OTHER IS BRAID Lot 111,  1850 AND 1848 LARGE CENT THE 1850 HAS FULL LIBERTY IN THE HEAD BAND Lot 89,  1851 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT IN EXTRA FINE CONDITION Lot 24,  1852 BRAIDED HAIR LARGE CENT THIS LARGE CENT WAS MINTED FROM 1842 TO Lot 25,  1846 US Large Cent Lot 48T,  1831 US Large Cent Lot 40T,  1960 Lincoln Head Cent RED Large Date and 1904 Indian Head Cent Lot 37G,  1851 US Large Cent Lot 30T,  1907 Indian Head Cent Red Pointed Neck Liberty Lot 22G,  1826 US Large Cent Lot 17T,  1817 US Large Cent Lot 7T,  1845 US Large Cent Lot 1T,  1823 2 LARGE CENT FINE KEY DATE Lot 390,  US LARGE CENT LOT 1801 AG 1822 AG 1827 AG Lot 381,  The Original New York Penny W COA NICE ORIGINAL COIN,  Exonumia Pot Metal US 1853 Large Cent Coin NICE NR F,  1808 LARGE CENT VG+ Lot 126,  1838 LARGE CENT XF Lot 1,  1823 LARGE CENT SUPERB GEM BU BROWN Lot 346,  

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