Rich Uhrich Rare U.S. Coins Inc.'s 
BLACK FRIDAY Sale Announced
November 25, 2009
We have been inundated with Black Friday ads on TV as well as in the newspapers.  (For those of you not familiar with the term "Black Friday", it refers to the day after Thanksgiving when many stores finally go "into the black" after being "in the red" for most of the year.)  Some stores are opening at 6 am, some at 5 am, some at 4 am, and some at midnight.  But my store on the web is open 24/7, 365 days a year, so I'm already open before those other stores.  Here is my Black Friday sale:
10% off all orders over $1,000  (excl. books) 
5% off all orders from $500 to $999 (excl. books) 
The sale starts now and ends December 20.
Books will not be discounted but can be counted in your order total to determine your discount.  For example, an order for $900 in coins and $100 in books qualifies for the 10% discount, but only on the coins, not on the books, so after the discount, the order totals $910. 

Please note that my bare-bones checkout system won't calculate the discount; I will calculate it for you when I confirm your order, or you can calculate it yourself.

The fine print:  All items are subject to prior sale.  No trade-ins or layaways will qualify for any of the discounts.  No other discounts will apply.  Prior sales are excluded.  Our policies of sale including our ten day return privilege for any reason, remain the same.  If you have any questions, please e-mail me or call.
I won't be taking calls on Thanksgiving, but will process the e-mail orders first, then the phone orders.

Thank you again for your business and I hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving and holiday season!  

                                            - - - Rich Uhrich
I thought this one was easy.  But, despite many entries, still no winner.  No hints this time, though.   
According to the Red Book, which Seated Liberty silver series have no overdates?  Note:  If there is more than one, you must name all of them to win.

E-mail us the answer, first one with correct answer gets the 2009 ASE.  Only one answer per month per name or address per month.  An American Silver Eagle is worth over $20 in today's market, and the 2009's are in short supply.  Full rules are on the About Us page on our website.

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