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I bought this the other day and it would make me cry to have this melted, so I decided to have this beautiful piece put on Ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=330824875200

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Cyril's picture

Don't melt. Hold on to it, or sell.

I would definitely hold on to it, unless I would desperately need the money. Even at 16 ozt, it's likely worth significantly more than your starting bid, sure.

And even more if it turns out to be one of a kind.

As of today, if I had, I'd go up to a grand for it and would keep it for a good while.

Great find you've made, in my guess.

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You answered the question yourself Brian

sell it for antique value but if it doesn't sell after however many times listed try to trade it for pre-64 US coins equal weight+ if you can that way it survives.Or you could add the trade offer to your listing.

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i wouldn't

But i'm no expert.

bueller, bueller



for the input

so what do

you all think