DR. RICHARD S. APPEL
P. O. Box 791---Oakhurst, NJ 07755
I began accumulating choice and gem brilliant uncirculated (BU) coin rolls of Lincoln Cents through Franklin Half Dollars in the early 1960’s. This was when the choice and gem brilliant uncirculated coin roll market was exploding, and prices were doubling every few weeks.
At one time I had accumulated over 100 bags (10,000+ choice and gem BU uncirculated coin rolls) representing at least a hundred different dates during this 50-year period. I have since sold most and am now selling off my last rolls.
It was possibly the largest hoard of its kind in existence! I was always a very “picky” buyer, and probably rejected two inferior rolls for each nice one I purchased. I’ve tried all selling methods; dealers, various auctions, the media or other advertising, and I’ve decided to offer my last rolls directly to collectors and investors.
Probably about 30% of my hoard were bank-wrapped choice BU and gem BU coin rolls just as they came from banks or the Federal Reserve the year they were issued. I also have a few original Federal Reserve or bank-sealed bags. In fact, among the many coin rolls I bought from my friend, the legendary Harry Forman, I have a few original, sealed bags of 50+ year-old Lincoln Cents. For many years Harry was the largest dealer of brilliant uncirculated coin rolls in the U.S. He was from Philadelphia, acquired his rolls first-hand from the Philadelphia Mint, and published two books on brilliant uncirculated (BU) rolls.
I acquired my hoard because I viewed these stunning choice and gem BU coin rolls as enormously undervalued! Today, I believe this is even more true.This is despite the fact many of the rolls cost less than they sold for years ago. The vast majority of brilliant uncirculated rolls and bags that were saved by collectors decades ago, have been broken up and used to complete sets. Or, if they were 90% silver, were melted. One day the remaining rolls and few bags will all be gone after being broken up to be used as single specimens. Fortunately for my buyers, they can still acquire some great choice BU and gem BU coin rolls at low prices.
My tubed rolls are comparable with OBW rolls. Because of the fragile nature of paper coin wrappers the coins in many of my tubed rolls came from choice BU and gem BU OBW rolls whose paper either tore or split opened.
I’m certain that numerous high grade coins have and will be found in these choice and gem brilliant uncirculated rolls, as well as fabulous, desirable and valuable errors and over-dates. In fact, earlier buyers reported this to me. I hope you’re among the lucky ones to find some of them in the future!
I take great pride in the quality of these choice BU and gem BU coin rolls, but also in delivering exceptional service. If you feel I’ve fallen short in any category, please immediately let me know. I will do everything in my power to rectify the problem and satisfy you.
GIVE ME A TRY. I'M SURE YOU'LL BE PLEASED!!!
CHOICE AND GEM BRILLIANT (BU) UNCIRCULATED ROLLS
PAYMENT - Check or money order; or Please add 3% for PayPal. New Jersey residents please add 6.675% sales tax. I make every effort to mail coins within 48 hours after receiving "good funds". Sorry, minimum order is $100.
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS OUT TO: DR. RICHARD S. APPEL
MAILING ADDRESS---P. O. Box 791--Oakhurst, NJ 07755
SHIPPING - All shipments are via Priority Mail! Orders over $400 are shipped free for up to 50 rolls. All other orders are my cost for a USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail box. Included is insurance and either Delivery Confirmation or Signature Confirmation. All rolls are packaged carefully. We can’t ship to Military addresses or out of the U.S.
RETURNS - Full 14 day return privileges. If you are unhappy for any reason I will IMMEDIATELY remedy the problem to your satisfaction. Unfortunately, Bank Wrapped rolls (OBW) cannot be returned if they are opened, ripped or damaged. Buyer must pay return postage.
THANK YOU FOR LOOKING. I APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND WILL DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO PLEASE YOU.