Actually, my dealings with Bob Kelly have been for the most part normal.
The only slightly out of kilter aspect dealt with the the 1883/82 shield nickel - which until one of the trade magazines ran an article on
identifying the real item caused a lot of mislabeled coins. In my case I assumed the coin would probably be a 1882 with a cracked die and bought
it as such.
For the most part the nickels (3 cent, shield, and liberty) are graded
and priced about right - slightly overgraded and priced for the correct grade. No problem once you get the system. As for buffaloes - I don't
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