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Jason Fleming
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Ebay is a great resource. There are a bazillion Morgan Dollars on there, as well as walking liberty halves, Barber halves... whatever you want.

Beware of the shipping price. Some folks selling on ebay will charge you $3.50 to ship a coin. Just remember to check the shipping price before bidding, and factor it in to what you pay.

My local coin shop sells soft Barber halves for $5.95, so I went to ebay and would only bid for less than that (shipping included.)

Incidentally, for lovers of Curtis Kam's "The Goblet" routine, but are currently goblet-less, I recommend ebay. They have some cool looking right-sized goblets/chalices that fit the routine well.
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My wife is a bank teller. It is amazing what coins go through a bank All together she has brought home 10 walking liberty halves, 5 Morgan dollars, 6 Franklin halves, about 30 Ike dollars and lots of strange looking foreign coins. All she had to do is replace the dollar amount. She even has some of the other tellers save old or unusual coins for her. You can't beat that!
Jeff J.
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Richgerb, if your wife brings home too many, I'll take a few off your hands Smile
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