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Thunderstake (TSC) Historical Price & Volume Charts
|Mkt. Cap||USD 17,625||Volume 24H||USD 1|
|Mkt. Share||0.00 %||Available Supply||466,461,468|
|Change % (1H)||-0.35 %||Max Supply||0|
|Change % (24H)||-47.06 %||Total Supply||466,461,468|
|Change % (7D)||-69.17 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 6 months ago|
Thunderstake Historical Data
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Thunderstake (TSC) Reviews & Critics
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- Been through the rip off. Coin collecting is for suckers.
- I have 3 doll 1803 year
- I'm fine with anyone answering this. It's just something I've always wondered about. Over the years I've bought a few nice condition Morgans. I like the super white ones, or at least very nice shape even if they aren't valuable as such. Even the nicest ones (common dates obviously) can be really affordable. How did the Morgans stay so nice for so many years, when most any other silver coins just didn't seem to fare as well. Most silver in the exceptional condition that many Morgans are would be off the hook expensive, even if they aren't incredibly rare. When you can still get an un-circulated, nice looking silver dollar that's 125 years old in the $30 - $40 range, it just seems odd. I don't mean cleaned coins. I hope that makes sense.
- Good advice.