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WTC Coin Sells/Buyer’s Challenge

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This Challenge comes from Marry Lewis to all buyers and sellers of WTC coins, she is ready to auction of two WTC coins a 2000 $1 Gem Uncirculated and a WTC $1 Silver 2001 Gem Uncirculated 100% of the proceeds from the Auction will go to the families of the victims of 9/11. She challenge all of us selling or buying WTC coins to donate at least one coin, and give the proceeds to the families of the victims. I think this is a great idea and I will list every Charity Auction on this site and keep it on the front page for all to see and bid on. Everyone that wants to join this charity drive please send me your E-bay link and I will post it in this article.

So what we are asking for is a bid on the charity auction where 100% goes to the victims family of 9/11 or put 1 WTC coins up for auction and give 100% to the WTC victims families. Lets get this thing going.... Email me your E-Bay Links.

Lewis Charity Auction on E-bay.

100 % OF PROCEEDS GOES TO UFA WIDOW'S AND CHILDREN FUND

Click below for the auction 

WTC 2 COIN SILVER SET**** SPECIAL EDITION****NO RESERVE

We need more people like this, donate to WTC victims today I have the information below for the the WTC charity.

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The 2001-P NY Firefighters 9-11

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Year 2001
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PCGS Certification MS65
Population 100

The 9/11 charity coins,  were used as a vehicle to give 100% donations to those families of the NYPD firefighters who were in immediate need of outside financial assistance. The charity coin and the generous donations a collective effort of the people from the Collectors Universe Forum. The charity auction that sold off the 100 coins raised over $42,000 to families of the NYPD firefighters.

The PCGS WTC 911 Firefighters New York State Quarter was the first coin to have the American flag slap on it. This coin was however not found at ground zero and was not like the rest of the coins slap with Ground Zero Recovery Coin. These 100 coins where used as 100% donations to the NYPD firefighters.

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