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Re: Nice new giftware at the the RCM.

Mike I recently bought a bunch of RCM stuff from an older gentlemen, he had receipts for every purchase. But the curent value of most of his items was about one third of what he paid for it. Very few items from the mint increase in value as you know, despite the RCM literature stating it is a good investment, limited mintage etc. they have become the new Franklin Mint. Soon they will sell collector plates.

On another note, the RCM is releasing another series, this time the theme is 'ship coins' from around the world. I am curious of how they are aquiring this stuff for resale, some of the coins offered are 10 years are older and from other countries.

biggrassboy, 4/26/2011
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Nice new giftware at the the RCM. (HUP, 4/26/2011)
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  Re: Nice new giftware at the the RCM. Where will Silver stop? (Rick Simpson, 4/26/2011)
 Re: Nice new giftware at the the RCM. (mikeymar, 4/26/2011)
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