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I was about to put one of these coins onto Ebay and wondered if anyone would be interested here before I do?
I live in the UK but can provide proof of ownership in whatever way you would prefer and send nearly anywhere in the world. Definitely not Australia though! I had to send a casascius Bitcoin there a while ago and ended up delivering the bloody thing by hand!!
Anyway, will wait to see if anyone is interested before Ebay. Will send photos by private message if requested.
The last one sold on Ebay for £638 on 28th Jan. The price that day was £137. Open to offers.
Selling due to imminent baby arrival!
Thanks.
Edit: now listed on Ebay where you'll be able to see pictures and check my Ebay feedback
https://rover.ebay.com/rove0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183191357126
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Selling some Physical Bitcoins & other cryptos! Fair Prices!

Verification and More Pictures
Pictures of Lealana Brass, I forgot to add some to the main album
Hey guys, I have a huge collection of physical Bitcoins & other physical cryptos, and I'm selling a few extras just to be able to buy 1 or more coins still on my "Wish List." I love all coins in general, but these are my favorite to collect followed by old world silver coinage & Norfed Liberty Dollars. I haven't sold much on Reddit yet, but I have a 100% positive feedback eBay account and also a lot of positive trust feedback on Bitcointalk.org.
eBay Account and BitcoinTalk profile (click on "trust" to see feedback)
Added some brief information about the coins in italics
For Sale:
MicroSoul's original coins were minted in the UK. Low mintage, but not sure off the top of my head what the numbers were. They released a couple series and some in .999 fine silver.
These coins came from Crypto Imperator in Spain. They have released these 10,000 Dogecoins made of brass- total mintage of 500, and did a limited run of only 25 coins in .999 fine silver containing it's face value of 100,000 Dogecoins, and are currently working on a run of only 10 .999 fine gold 1,000,000 Dogecoins. There are 5 left of 10, check here for more info. They also made 1 physical Bitcoin, all are very finely made beautiful coins. CI's coins are in no way related to the Silver bullion Dogecoin coins you may have seen.
bhcoins come from a pair in Argentina. They have released 4 different series in the past few years. These coins are from Series 3 and a mintage of only 200, with the first 20 reserved by the creators.
Cryptolator is based in Canada but minted at the esteemed Northwest Territorial Mint in Washington state. Their only design so far was the Unchained Series, minted in .999 fine silver, copper, Merlin Gold, antique copper, and antique brass. These copper coins listed are from a limited mintage of 500. The the coin is minted with proof-like quality and features the "Unchained Series" design, according to the maker: "The artist's design on the face of the coin represents us breaking free from the "chains that bind us" to the banks. In front of the bank, there is a pig and a dog sitting (the pig representing a banker & the dog a businessman), and the people running from the collapsing bank are considered as the sheep that are freeing themselves. This is a reference to the Pink Floyd album, Animals. The crying eye at the top of the bank is the Illuminati eye that is now closed and crying, the sad "pig" bankers who have lost from the liberating peer-to-peer money system that is Bitcoin."
Lealana is based in Hawaii but these coins were minted at the Northwest Territorial mint in Washington state. They are most known for their Lealana Litecoins, which were minted in silver and early followers after the trailblazing Casascius Bitcoins
These Lealana coins are the "Buyer Funded" model, and do not contain or come with any digital Bitcoin value, but any amount of Bitcoin can be loaded onto them for cold storage. They have a unique Bitcoin address assigned to them with private key inside. In this case the denomination or face value of 0.1 Bitcoin is just a suggestion; any amount of BTC can be sent to the coins
All coins are in mint condition (have never been handled) or the condition they were in coming from their maker. Not really in any hurry to sell these coins and don't need the money, so probably won't come down a ton on price, but can negotiate discounts if buying a few. I feel like these prices are pretty fair based off of current and past sales of similar coins.
Payment Info:
Will take payment in Bitcoin or PayPal Friends & Family (leave note line blank), and/or will accept PayPal G&S +3% from trusted members with positive feedback.
Shipping Info:
Free standard tracked shipping for US residents (this will be a small bubble mailer with First Class postage) or you can add $3 and I will bump you up to 2-Day Priority with a Small Flat Rate Box.
Willing to ship nearly anywhere in the world. I will always try to ship for as fair a price as possible, so if you're outside the US and want to buy, ask for a quote and I will see what options we have.
Will Ship Same Day Payment is Received 99% of the Time!
Any Questions Just Ask! Thanks
About Physical Bitcoins/other cryptos:
In 2011 a man named Mike Caldwell, an avid supporter of cryptography and Bitcoin, had an idea to mint physical coins that could represent digital Bitcoin value in a more conventional way, so that more people would be able to conceptualize and understand this new digital cryptocurrency technology. He came up with a way to mint a physical coin that actually contained the digital Bitcoin value it represented. On one side of the coin, he had a recessed groove stamped into it. He then securely and safely generated new Bitcoin address public & private keys, printing the private keys (needed to spend the funds) and placing them in the recessed groove. He then had complex & layered tamper-evident holograms created to cover the private key, which served 2 purposes: 1- these complex holograms made it harder to ever create a believable counterfeit of his coins, and 2- when the holograms were peeled back exposing the private key needed to spend the funds, it left a honeycomb pattern behind, which would instantly tell someone considering buying one on the 2nd market whether the coin still contained its valuable BTC funds, or if it had been spent. He called his coins Casascius physical Bitcoins, and they proved to be very popular, with several different denominations and Series released over a couple years' time. Today these coins are highly valued & sought after collectors' items. Many individuals, groups, and companies followed suit in the years that followed, designing and minting their own physical crypto coins. And that's where we are today with these coins I have for sale. :) I tried my best to explain how physical Bitcoins work in a limited space, but it is hard to fully summarize such a topic in so few words, so if you have any questions just ask!
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Gauging interest on a USA Group Buy - One Dozen Silver Physical Bitcoin Halfs (2013) 0.5 Bitcoin on 0.5 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver

On casascius.com, these go for 1.9 btc plus .5 btc shipping in the USA if you order a SINGLE. Arithmetic tells me that the total cost of ordering ONE would be 2.4 btc.
If we did a group buy, a DOZEN coins cost 15.6 btc. Divided, that is 1.3 btc each, and shipping about .1 btc (here I am guessing, but it really can't be more than .1 btc to ship a little coin w/in the US, can it?)
I'd charge a .05 management fee on each coin for doing the organizing, ordering, re-shipping, etc. This seems to be cheaper than the management fee for other group buys I've seen on this /r (referencing this group buy, of which I was a part). Also if shipping is more than .1 btc, I'll take the rest out of my management fee (again, can shipping a coin seriously cost more that ten bucks???)
So basically in a group buy, you'd get a .5 btc Casascius Silver Coin for 1.45 btc instead of 2.4 btc if you ordered a single. So again, arithmetic tells me that you'd be saving .95 btc.
Right now I'm just trying to gauge interest. I am not John K Escrow, nor do I have any history of escrowing, but if interest is high enough I'd be willing to link my FB page, LinkedIn page, give you my gmail address, prove where I work (a non-profit in Seattle), etc. Whatever people needed to feel comfortable.
So let me know if there's interest.
I just got in on a group buy for the 1btc silver coins but the buyer was located in the UK so shipping was an extra .1 btc for the US (making total shipping .25). FYI, same link as before :-)
These .5 btc silvers are more affordable that the 1 btc coins, and shipping should be cheaper if we keep it in the US. Also, I heard of another group buy for the 1btc's a little bit ago in the US, but for some reason they were more expensive than the UK buy (which is sort of why I'm here, I understand there is a premium on trustworthiness in btc forums, but I think I can give you enough info for you to trust me and not charge out the ass for it).
Anyway, let me know what's up. I'm in for one .5btc coin (maybe 2), so if we can get people interested in 10-11 more, we could all save .95 btc and get some badass coins. Flip it on eBay or BitMit if you want. You're saving almost $100 USD; you can still sell it for $50 above what you paid and whoever buys it will be getting $50 off what they'd pay on casascius.com.
Here's the link for the lazy or for the opposite of lazy who want to do their own math: https://www.casascius.com/
So, please let me know if you're interested and we can make this thing a "go". If we get enough interest I'll create another "official ordering" post.
Questions and comments are appreciated.
Thanks!
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