Cubs Forum: This valuable coin
Posted by: anonymous () on 3 Dec 2003 at 10:33:24 PM
In-Reply-To: 1988 First Night Game Coin posted by Frank on 5:02:12 PM 29 Sep 2003
: Hi. I'm looking for some help in determining the value of this limited edition silver coin honoring the first(however rained out) night game at Wrigley. It's still in it's original plastic packaging. "A NIGHT TO REMEMBER" on one side with an etching of the outside of Wrigley Field. Other side has Cubs logo and an etching of the inside of Wrigley and says "FIRST NIGHT GAME...Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies...WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO, IL...ONE TROY OZ.999 FINE SILVER"
: Any help that can be provided in determining its worth would be greatly appreciated.
: THANKS...and GO CUBS!
This, "1988 First Night Game Coin," is indeed a valuable piece. However, I am not a Cubs fan. If you do wish to keep this piece, you can find out its worth on the internet and find its value..you may want to consult Katy@kickman.com to find out where.(Do not clean it, it could decrease its value)
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