I'm 99% sure this same person is selling on more than 1 eBay ID. They have lots of scrap (generally quarter) and waffles. I know for a fact the scrap webbing is genuine.
--- In errorcoininformatio nexchange@ yahoogroups. com, chrisptaters <no_reply@.. .> wrote:
> I haven't purchase from who you are relating to, but I have purchased from seller (2009time2shine) . He doesn't have anything up for auction now,recently he has sold the webbing by the pound and waffle coins by the roll or single. He might have some scrap webbing lying around somewhere, just send him a note to find out, his name is Cortez. He was very generous & honest to me. He seems to have a good supplier of various waffle coins and webbing. I have 4 single pieces of webbing material from the gold dollar series. Don't know if it is Sacagawea or Presidential. It's only enough to piece together to make 1 complete coin and 1 piece left over. If you want it, I'll be glad to send it out to you. In return just send me any type of cheap error coin nothing fancy. I like surprises. chrisptaters@ ...
> --- In errorcoininformatio nexchange@ yahoogroups. com, "Jon P. Sullivan" <snumismatics@ > wrote:
> > I've noticed a number of auctions over the last few weeks from a
> > seller offering web scrap for various U.S. coin denominations. Does
> > anyone know anything about the seller, or if it's genuine or not? I've
> > not bought any myself.
> > Thanks,
> > Jon
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