GregsonVaux Posted December 8, 2010 Share Posted December 8, 2010 ... So if I were to mint 4 versions of a coin with a limit of 100 coins per versions does that make them all LEs? i dunno, but look at your total numbers. 400 coins. that is a LOT of coins, can you reasonably expect to sell all 400? rsg I used those numbers as an example. From what others are saying if you mint over 100 of any one version it can't be called an LE. So if you mint 400 coins in four different versions with only 100 of each version and say you'll never re-mint those versions, then there all LEs! There is a vendor known to all here that does LEs of 200 coins. In my opinion, if you limit a minting to 10,000 coins, it is still an LE. In the art community, LEs are often numbered in the following fashion 125/500 meaning that this is the 125th item made in a limited edition of 500. This numbering convention lets you know immediately how many were made total and you can decide if it is rare enough for your tastes. I recently bought a limited edition coin that was from a minting of 10,000. I don't consider that rare, but I liked the design very much. That same coin design also had an XLE limited to three total. One was given to the pope and the other two were given to cardinals. Quote Link to comment
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