After doing some research die No 23 hasn't been recorded yet so I guess it is "rare". Coin looks authentic to me and weights just under 8 grams as it should. I didn't even pay attention to the die mark until I got home. I just knew the scrap value alone was close to $300.
Sorry about the delayed response. I saw that your message was long and mostly well written and that scared me away. I put off writing a thoughtful response not because I didn't have the time, I'm actually drowning in spare time, I put it off because I'm a lazy procrastinator.
It is now Feb 25, 2015 at 5:25 AM.
First off, I haven't actually received the $16.50 yet. Based on past experience it usually takes about 2 or 3 weeks before the money is securely transferred into my PayPal account. Also, I'm gonna need a lot more than $16.50. I'm unemployed and I'm $5,000 in debt. I also have cats to feed. So you can see how urgent this is.
You might be wondering how I can sell my soul again after I've already sold it before. I'm able to do this because I don't believe in souls. So yeah. Like magic I'm able to sell my soul over and over again. So far I've successfully sold my soul twice. The first time was back in September for $60. I promptly wasted that money on Driveclub (PS4 game). It's like free money for free you know. If you buy my soul you'll be buying the soul of someone that doesn't believe in the existence of souls. Who's the fool? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKgPY1adc0A
Now let me answer your list of questions.
1.) I don't know what "bared" means so I'm skipping this one.
2.) Yes. I was raised Catholic and use to practice the sacraments including Confession. The last time I went to Confession was back in 2011. I know longer believe in God or the supernatural so it really doesn't mean anything to me anymore.
3.) Well I don't think the soul can be separated from the body unless your dead. I'm pretty sure I'm not dead yet.
4.) I'm a bit shy and introverted so I don't talk to very many souls all that often. But I'm talking to you now so I guess yes.
5.) Has my soul been lost? Not sure.
6.) I pretty attached to my heart. I need it to stay alive. You'd have to take it from me if you want it.
Now this is an instance where someone's Seller rating being only 347 would matter. If I had that kind of money to spend on metals, I'd be making the purchase in person, at a brick and mortar more than likely. When and if metals go meteoric, there is going to be fraud galore all over the place!
Yes what's crazy is a normal person would want a discount off of what a reputable dealer would charge to buy the comparable item on ebay. Personally I just can't make the leap of faith to buy gold there but I suppose if there were a 10-20% discount off of a dealer price I could be enticed to nibble at some silver on bay.
I haven't purchased any PMs in a while, but got what I thought was a pretty good snag this morning from a friend who shared a deal that he got. I bought a roll of peace dollars for $16.50 each. They're about evenly divided between '22s and '23s (with one '26), averaging F condition.
IMO the 2013 I Sovereign is a great and historic coin to have, the same coin is $525 on a***x right now.
The beautiful Indian Sovereign
In 2013 we announced that our flagship coin, the golden Sovereign, would be struck in India for the first time in almost a century. They were to be struck to the same exacting standards as every Sovereign struck here in the UK – using tooling supplied by The Royal Mint and overseen by our own personnel. But they have not been available outside India – until now.
This 2013 Gold Sovereign was struck in India for the first time in 95 years! In 1918, the Bombay mint struck sovereigns for the only time in its history. Now collectors can obtain a 2013 Sovereign struck in Delhi using dies supplied by the Royal Mint.
Yeah, I've been waiting for some feedback on this guy. I've had a dialog with him and have been waiting for someone to post this type of feedback on condition. I pulled the trigger on 'several' after reading this so thanks!
I picked up a half dozen (two transactions of three apiece to maximize the ebucks offer).
He sent me an email almost immediately thanking me and asking me if I preferred pre 1932 or post 1957 coins. I told him as long as they weren't overly worn I would be happy with the pre 1932 but would take a good mix of whatever he's got. He said he would send one from 1914 and a good representative mix of the others. Seems like a decent guy