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To the right person they may be worth something. I just bought over 300 at an antique fair for $5 in cananda. I was thinking of using them for a art project. If you are interested in selling yours let me know. email@example.com
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It depends. If it's in mint condition and a collector's record then probably.
As with many old coins the answer is a definite "maybe". For US nickels, look for dates earlier than 1946. Some of them, e.g. "war nickels" with a large mint mark …over Monticello on the back, are worth more because they have a small amount of silver in them. Others, e.g. 1940 and 1941, are only worth a bit more than face value. 1938 and 1939 Jefferson nickels are collectible, especially if they have an "S" mint mark to the right of Monticello. Buffalo nickels that still have visible dates can be worth at least a dollar and possibly more, while Liberty Head (a/k/a "V") nickels command a price of at least a couple of dollars in worn condition. The situation is equally complicated for Canadian nickels. Most of the coins with a picture of Queen Elizabeth are only worth face value to 10 or 15 cents, but a few varieties and errors among those minted in 1953-54 can be worth hundreds of dollars; nickels with these dates should be examined by a professional. Earlier dates with a portrait of George VI can be worth at least 25 cents, with errors and special varieties carrying a higher premium. Finally, any with a portrait of George V retail for at a couple of dollars at the minimum.
Yes. Used coffee grounds are being used for firelogs. A process of compacting and drying the used coffee grounds has been in place for several years. Used coffee grounds also …make a good soil amendment and is a favourite food for worms in a vermifarm.
As a child I remember my mother savings Nabob Coffee & Blue Ribbon Coupons, and that was over 60 years ago. Yeah, 60 years ago, when i was around, as a nipper, before i got st…ung. haha i died.
I would say so, but how much depends on many things, like age, and quality.
It depends on a few different factors: how old the cards are, what condition they are in, and what is portrayed on them. Some historical post-cards are very rare, while others… are quite common. The harder-to-find the card is, and the more it is about a topic that collectors are interested in, the more money it might be worth. You may want to look online at places like eBay, where there are many collectible post-cards for sale. You will see a wide range of prices. And a word from the historians among us-- old postcards, whether you can sell them or not, are often valuable for their educational importance-- because of the historical information they contain. They show us what the important landmarks were, what old streets and buildings looked like, how people used to dress, and who was considered famous (some promotional postcards were printed up by department store owners or by local musicians). And sometimes, they will contain a signature from a person who lived many years ago, and that gives you more information about who was sending postcards in those days.
Some may have a collectors value i.e. The very first Sinclair spectrum 48k off the production line with authenticated documentation. Else to they are generally only scrap valu…e which is low.
You can have it brought to you via mail.
Sugar ration coupons from World War II are no longer officially redeemable for sugar as there is are no entities to process the coupon and reimburse the grocer or supplier. Ho…wever, they are worth some negotiable value per se as a World War II historical or nostalgia item. (However, if you were to take one to an independent grocer who collected World War II memorabilia, they may quite cheerfully give you a package of sugar for the coupon!)
They are worth someone who was alive back then. I always wanted to add some of this to my Museum as a display. But it seems many people just threw this stuff out. I would pay …a sizeable amount for these antiques.
It was in the 1960's and early 70's. Coffee was Nabob in the US and Boban in Canada.
They may very well be; it depends on what they are for and how old they are. They could be very helpful to people who need to make repairs to a very old building, or to people… who have an interest in the history of a place. Check with any local historical associations, or with people who are in now in charge of the physical plant.
You can reuse an old calendar when the days and dates match in a future year, such as 2021 and 2027.
Southern Oil Profit Sharing Coupons generally are not worth anything. They do not have a monetary value. They are collectors items and are available for purchase on websites… such as eBay.
If you refer to predecimal British Halfpennies, they can be worth anything from not much to quite a lot depending on the year and condition of the coin. British decimal Halfpe…nnies have almost no collector value unless they are in mint uncirculated condition, and even then it is not much.