Bust & Seated Half Dime, Dime, and Quarter Sets Acquired  December 16, 2009
I just acquired nearly complete sets of Bust and Seated Half Dimes, Dimes, and Quarters!
The sets are near-complete and are mostly in low grades, and they are priced to moveThis means that many of the coins you are looking for will be available and affordable!  The huge keys of each series such as the 1802 half dime, 1874-CC dime, 1796, 1823, and 1827 quarters, and the early CC quarters, are not included, nor are some relatively common coins such as the 1887 dime and the 1891 quarter.   If there are any coins you are looking for, send me an e-mail and I will provide grades and prices.  I have put all of the coins on the website except for the half dimes which I am working on now.  After all of the coins are posted, I will post the pictures.  If you want to reserve a coin or are thinking about a coin, please e-mail me and I will post that coin's picture more quickly.  These coins will all be marked "NEW" on the website and they will not qualify for the Black Friday discount; however, please note that many of them are very reasonably priced.
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I have decided to extend my Black Friday sale to December 31.  Just in case you have forgotten, here are the details: 
10% off all orders over $1,000  (excl. coins marked "NEW" and books) 
5% off all orders from $500 to $999 (excl. coins marked "NEW" and books) 
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.

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

                                            - - - Rich Uhrich
Easy one this time.  
According to the U. S. Mint, what are the names of all of the different U. S. cents dated 2009?  Note:  As usual, 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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