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Frederick Douglas 5 oz. bullion

Mr Paradise

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20,000 mintage, which means not every grandpa is going to be able to find one for his collection thus the high premiums.
 

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What Mr. Paradise said plus I will add that if the mintage of 20,000 continues to hold for the Ozark, then the premium will also continue to rise for that one to as high or maybe higher than Frederick if collectors really love the design of the Ozark bullion puck. This a WAG on my part. We will see what happens to Frederick and Ozark.
 

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Wow, speaking of ATBs, just now got a call from my LCS and they have the Ozark ones in. They want $122 a piece so I guess I better grab a few while I can...
 

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Call me crazy, but I just bought a lot of (50) Douglass "P" coin Mint boxes (OGP) with COA's and airtites for $50.00 with free shipping. I think the airtites alone are worth nearly that, at least if one were to purchase them in small amounts. What's odd is that the same Seller sold 3 individual sets for $14.00 each, then chose to unload the rest at a dollar each. By far the best deal I've seen on the Bay for ATB OGP for sure.