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Please include as many of these criteria as possible in your question to ensure an accurate evaluation of a coin: the denomination, the country of origin, the year of minting and the condition.
Double-Struck Coins The value of any coin depends on its condition, scarcity, and many other bits of information. The first, and most important, question to ask here, though, is how it is "double-struck." Coins can become stuck in the presses and be struck multiple times, resulting in numerous d…
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%DETAILS% Answer This is most likely a previous owner's code. Could be an inventory ID, an abbreviation telling him where he got it, the price he paid or value he assigned. It is not a standard numismatic term.
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1. It is best to use distilled water. Minerals in your tap water may react with the metal. 2. Use SOAP, not DETERGENT. Again, chemicals may affect the coin surface. 3. Let the coins soak to loosen the surface dirt then gently sweep it off with an artist's camel hair brush. 4. Allow to air-dry laying…
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%DETAILS% Answer Request this only if the coin has already been encapsulated by another service but you think it should be graded higher. Here is the explaination of crossover from the ANACS form: "CROSSOVER SUBMISSION POLICIES/PROCEDURES - (Coins in other service's holders) Crossover subm…
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS% If you bought the coin at a price based on its grade, I wouldn't worry about a hairline crack in the GSA case. However, if you paid a premium for the GSA package, you might want to return it.   If the crack is from normal wear and tear it adds value to the coin, but if i…
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%REPLIES% Answer "Capped die" Morgan dollars occurred only in 1879 and only on CC mintmark coins. The term has nothing to do with grading or with certified coins. The mintmark is repunched - two different sizes of CC mintmark were punched into the die. For 1879CC, this repunched mintm…
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PCI is a more recent grading company. In the past, they have had less experienced graders than the two bigger companies PCGS and NGC. However, they recently added a well respected grader to their staff and seem to be consistent with their grading standards. They are cheaper than the PCGS and NGC and…
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PAPER MONEY:The Official Blackbook Price Guide to U.S. Paper Money, 36th editionStandard Catalog of United States Paper Money (21st Edition)Paper Money of the United States: A Complete Illustrated Guide With Valuations: The Standard Reference Work on Paper Money (Paper Money of the United States, 17…
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WELL, IN MS-65 IT IT IS WORTH ABOUT 40 DOLLARS. IT MAY VARY LIKE THAT This type of error is called a 'Multiple Strike' and the value for a 1995D penny is $30.00.
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Probably not if it is the correct weight. It may have been gold plated for some promotion, but if so, the amount of gold would be worth less than the cost of having it removed and assayed for sale. More likely, the coin has been exposed to some chemical which reacted with the copper and caused it to…
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Answer Kind of hard to give you an estimate. If they have been circulated at all, those from 1959 or newer are probably worth about 1 Cent each. The older "Wheat Backs" will bring about 1.5 cents each from a dealer if you are just selling them by the handfull/pound/roll. But if you have them sepa…
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Most coins have a date. Almost all coins are minted in the same year they are dated, but there are a few exceptions. If the date is worn off, I could give you a range of possible dates if you can give a good description of the design. BTW - the Penny is a British coin. The US uses Cents officially (…
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No real value to them. Dealers usually throw them in the "junk box" at 25 cents or 5/$1  CorrectionThese are not cents. They are mint medals struck on cent blanks. Originally they were used as placeholders when the hapless SBA dollar was discontinued. The Mint had zillions of plastic holders w…
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You have what's known as a "Magician's Coin". This is NOT something that was done at the Mint. This was made by altering two normal coins and gluing the altered pieces back together. Use a magnifier to check just inside the rim on one side of the coin -- you are looking for the seam where the two …
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My January 2005 edition of The Coin Market lists its retail value at $135 Very Fine to $230 Uncirculated.  UpdatedNumismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 09/2010: Very worn condition - $204 Moderately worn - $240 Slightly worn - $258 Almost no wear - $300 Uncircula…
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There are several different kinds of doubling that can be found on coins -- whether it's caused by a doubled image on the die used to stamp the coin, or caused by excessive wear or damage to the die, or caused by the coin being actually stamped twice, or caused by other reasons.There is an excellent…
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Trust me, it's a fake. All 1983 dies should have been removed and destroyed before any 1984 dies were delivered. The machinery is designed so that the heads and tails dies will only only fit on opposite sides. If you examine your coin with an 8x or 10x magnifier you should find the seam where parts …
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I have not seen any significant increase in the value of Eisenhower Dollars lately. In fact, the rarest date (the 1973-S silver proof) has been more on a decline in value.As far as holding on to Ike dollars, you would probably be a lot better off selling them and buying key date coins in other serie…
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Blank planchets for Lincoln cents are not as rare as you might think. With all the billions of coins produced, these blanks are pretty common at coin shows.They regularly sell for about a dollar apiece.Dan Moore The Working Man's Rare Coins http://www.workingmancoins.com
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1921 is the most common date for the Morgan Dollar series. In circulated condition it's worth about $14 1884 & 1888 are common dates too. In circulated condition they're worth $15-$16 apiece. You can check the backs for rare mint-marks. If they have one, it would be located above the "DO" in D…
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You have what's known as a "Magician's Coin". This is NOT something that was done at the Mint. This was made by altering two normal coins and gluing the altered pieces back together. Use a magnifier to check just inside the rim on one side of the coin -- you are looking for the seam where the two…
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Answer The value of a MS-70 certified coin will vary widely, depending on which company did the certification. PCGS and NGC are considered the top tier grading services -- much more highly regarded as the services to have your coins graded by. They are more strict and consistant in their grading…
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Answer This is considered a common date. With no mint mark, values run from a dime to about $1.50 depending on condition. With a "D" mint mark, 20 cents to $4. With an "S", 50 cents to $6. If it is a 1928 quarter penny,I will give you $100 for it My email is dawierush@mailbox.co.za
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Today's pennies (since 1982) are made from coin blanks made of 97.5% zinc and 2.5% copper. While the Mint makes the blanks for all the other coins, the blanks for pennies are purchased from a private supplier. The blanks are first run through an upsetting mill that goes around the edge of the coin…
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In average circulated condition, and 1888 Indian Head Cent is worth about a dollar.If you can make out all the letters in LIBERTY on the headband, it will be worth $3-$4If it looks almost like new, it's worth about $15Dan Moore The Working Man's Rare Coins http://www.workingmancoins.com
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They can be worth anywhere from 25 cents to several dollars apiece, depending on what you have and what condition it's in.Anything with a P or D mintmark, that has been in circulation, doesn't have any added value, and likely never will.P's & D's in uncirculated condition will have a value of 25…
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Simply put -- it is a fake.You have what's known as a "Magician's Coin".This is NOT something that was done at the Mint.This was made by altering two normal coins and gluing the altered pieces back together. Use a magnifier to check just inside the rim on one side of the coin -- you are looking for …
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Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark. The 1885 Morgan dollar is a very common Philadelphia Mint issue coin. Value is $33.00 to $39.00 depending on condition.
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1919 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents ... In average circulated condition, it's worth about 10 cents.
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Whether it is upside-down or not depends on which way you turn the coin. Coin turn -- if you flip the coin from top to bottom, on U.S. coins the back side image should appear upright. Medal turn -- if you flip the coin from side to side, on U.S. coins the back side image will be upside-down. If …
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Most likely the image you see on your penny is John F. Kennedy.These Lincoln/Kennedy novelty items were popular advertising items back in the 70's.This is not something done at the Mint. Somebody took a stamp and manually counterstamped Kennedy's image onto the penny after it left the mint.These nov…
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Guidelines for grading the Indian Head Cent:G4.....No liberty visible on the headdress head band.VG8....At least 3 letters of the word Liberty are visible.F12...Liberty completely visible on the head band.VF30...Slight but even wear on the word Liberty.EF40..Liberty and all other details on the coin…
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1953 is a common date -- worth about 2 cents.  More: The 1953 Lincoln Wheat Penny was produced at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints. The value depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. Here are the prices according to USA Coin Book as of 10/2010: Philadel…
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You have what is known as an "Off-Center Strike Error".This happens more often than you might think. With all the billions of pennies minted, many thousands of these errors find their way out of the mint and into circulation.Depending on how much off-center your coin is, its value will range from a …
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Indian Head cents were minted only from 1859 to 1909 -- you must have something else. I have one unmounted, found on an island beach in Chesapeake Bay. It is struck from sheet copper as a little "medallion" and, if unmounted, you would find it is indented in the back,from the striking die. Mine …
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Assuming you are referring to a silver dollar, 1896 is a common date.They're worth about $10 in circulated condition.Also please note that ALL U.S. coins bear the motto "E Pluribus Unum" ("From many, one") so this is not a distinguishing characteristic of a coin. The denomination, date, mint mark, a…
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Look on the back of the coin to see if there's a small mint mark letter above the DO in DOLLAR. It may be blank or there may be a CC, O or S. (The M on the front of the coin is the designer's monogram and not a mint mark.) Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 04/2011: No m…
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Without a first-hand inspection, it's impossible to tell what you have. It could be an impossibly rare mint error, or a coin altered after it left the mint. I suggest you check out the show list on http://www.anacs.com to see if the ANACS service will be in your area in the near future. If so, you …
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You can save yourself the time of grading them and looking them up by knowing that any silver quarter from 1940 or newer that shows visible wear from circulation is common enough that its value will only come from the silver it contains -- currently about $1.10 each.Quarters from before 1940 can be …
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In that area (Maine didn't exist yet, it was part of Massachusetts) common sources of income came from fishing and lumber.
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%REPLIES% Answer The motto IN GOD WE TRUST was placed on United States coins largely because of the increased religious sentiment existing during the Civil War. Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase instructed James Pollock, Director of the Mint at Philadelphia, to prepare a motto, in a l…
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White base & mini series 1961 -1963 Roger Maris The mini series of baseball bobbing heads were issued at the same time as the White base- from 1961- 1962, and were often seen adorning the dashboards of cars. It was a comprehensive set with all the Major league teams plus two individual player…
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you can get most of the information you need from 1 of 2 site i know of: coin-collecting-values.com german.coins.com hope this helps   Here are several websites to get you going :http://www.luckylukeonline.comhttp://djmandy.comhttp://www.wwii-collectibles.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTG…
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Answer It was all coinage and was bartered for goods just like it is today. Wrong answer, you loose, the money that was in circulation in those years was made in Mexico, it had the two pillars just like the Spanish coat of arms, with the ribbon's, and it had an M o which meant the mint of Mexico, …
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some time when his knee is recovered  He'll be back around the 23 of never. He has severed his ties with the WWE and he doesn't show any signs of returning.  he wont be back he left wright after he was in the movie lonny tunes back in action  NEVER!
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1901 is one of those dates that are not real expensive in the circulated grades but becomes very expensive in the uncirculated grades.A well-worn coin will be worth $15-$20 A lightly-worn coin will be worth $60-$200 An uncirculated coin will be worth $1,500-$11,000 or more!Professional grading shoul…
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Answer As a joke, somebody printed up some fake "$1M bills" with George II's face on them. The problem came when someone tried to spend one and the clerk thought it was real. Some facts: 1. The largest denomination currently in circulation is $100. 2. The largest ever circulated was a $10,000 bi…
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The WWII years were high production years for U.S. coins. Just about anything from these years -- pennies, nickels, dimes, etc. -- are considered common (to collectors). However, your dimes are made out of silver, so they will always have a value for the silver they contain. As of 10/2008 that …
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Depending on the condition, the price range is $250 - $300.
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Retail is 25 cents in Good condition and $8 in Almost Uncirculated.  More: A 1910 Lincoln Wheat Cent with no mint mark would have been produced in Philadelphia. According to USA Coin Book, a coin in good condition is worth about $0.30 up to about $17 in MS60 mint condition. In MS63 choice unci…
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Answer These are the most common dates for silver dollars (e.g. 1921, 1923). They are worth about $15 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition, Philadelphia coins (no mint mark) go for about $22 while those from San Francisco or Denver can sell for 3 or 4 times as much. Answer The 1…
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The current PCGS site lists retail values from $750 in Good condition to $8,000 in MS-65. The exact value of the coin can only be determined when the exact grade of the coin is known. Please know that there are significantly more counterfeit 1909-S VDB cents out there than real ones. In order to g…
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Answer Normally any bill that has over 50% still intact can be used. But you cannot use it for vending machines, self checkouts, and etc. If you want to trade in a crappy note for a new one, you need evidence that the missing parts are completely destroyed.
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US cents made since 1983 are zinc with a very thin copper plating. If it was minted on a planchet without the plating, it would be worth a few dollars. But a quick dip in a mild acid can remove the copper. It could also have been electroplated. Back in the 60's my high school chemistry class made a…
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Answer 1903-S is a common date for $5 gold pieces. In circulated condition, it's worth about $120 A nice uncirculated coin is worth $300-$600 ANOTHER ANSWER: ACTUALLY, This coin is worth far more than $120 circulated. at current gold prices this coin is worth EASILY $240. If it's in FAIR sha…
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Assuming your 1917-S Lincoln cent is genuine, then in average circulated condition, it's worth 30-50 cents. Lighter (in color) and less shine probably means it has been cleaned improperly and most collectors would not be interested.
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Possibly. You could check with the US Mint to see if there were any coins minted with that defect.  The mint won't help. You need to contact one of the major grading/certification services like ANACS or PCGS. Check a recent copy of any of the coin collecting magazines to see if there is a majo…
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Answer You can find them listed on eBay all the time. Search in the Coins > Coins: World > Europe > UK (Great Britain) section. It's actually a standard circulation coin. Unless it's a proof or uncirculated coin in its original package, it's only worth face value.
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Answer Why and how do you know it's real? 1. The mint uses dies that are keyed so that two fronts or backs can't be put into a press at the same time 2. What are the chances that a coin would leave the mint in 1985, find its way back 10 years later, and get struck with a new date on one side o…
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Answer If in any condition less than ANA Extremely Fine, a dealer will pay less than 2 cents for it. Uncirculated specimens sell for 85 cents to $1.00 depending on the mintmark.
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Answer 1922 is the most common date for Peace Dollars. In circulated condition, it's worth about $6.00 A nice uncirculated one is worth $12-$15
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There are no significant rarities within that date range, but there were silver nickels minted from 1942-1945. So if you have one coin from each mint for each year, then in circulated condition, your set will be worth about $8.00 retail.
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Answer There isn't one. Due to the inks used and the engraving of the printing plate one of the delegates in the back of the picture got more ink than was ideal. this has caused some people to think that he is Black or Indian but he wasn't. That guy, whose name I do not remember now, was of Norwe…
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Presidents on Coins Cent/Penny -- Abraham Lincoln- the first to be on a coin, starting in 1909 his centennial year. Nickel -- Thomas Jefferson Dime -- Franklin D. Roosevelt Quarter -- George Washington Half-Dollar -- John F. Kennedy Dollar -- Dwight D. Eisenhower (1971-1978) Note that,…
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"In Perfect Condition" is a relative term -- with different meanings for different people. There is a standard grading scale used for coins -- called the Sheldon Scale -- that rates coins numerically from 1 to 70, with 70 being "perfect". A "perfect" coin, from before the 1960's, is pretty much un…
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There are 6 possibilities for a cent dated 1909. Some are very valuable, others are only moderately rare. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 03/2011: Indian head design, no mint mark (Philadelphia) Very worn condition - $8 Moderately worn - $12 Slightly worn - $13 Almo…
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1885 is a common year for Morgan Dollars. In average circulated condition, it's worth about $10.00 Answer Could be worth as little as $20 if it is so worn that it is valued only for its silver content or over $16,000 if it has a CC mintmark and is certified as Mint State-65 DMPL by a respected third…
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1979 is the most common date for Susan B. Anthony dollars -- hundreds of millions of them were minted, so they are very common.They are made of a sandwich of copper & nickel -- like quarters are -- so they have no silver in them.Being as common as they are, even in mint uncirculated condition, t…
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The spelling is NOT an error. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
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This is a novelty item known as a "Lincoln Facing Kennedy" penny.Many of these were manufactured by private individuals in the 1970's as an advertising gimmick. They would take a normal penny (dates will vary) and stamp Kennedy's image into the coin. Then they would attach the coin to a card, which …
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I have the same nickel and just looked it up today. It is called a Liberty "V" Nickel. The "lady" is of course Miss Liberty! The 1910 nickel that I have is worth 75 cents. If you would have gotten a 1913 Liberty nickel it would have been worth over $2.5 million. There are only 5 of those nickels k…
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Answer Not necessarily -- while on many of the earlier dates, the mintmarked coins have lower mintages and are worth more, on alot of dates the difference is negligable, and on a few dates the ones without a mintmark are worth more -- take 1914 for example. The value of your coin has to based …
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Answer TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace Dollars. 1923 is a common date -- worth about $6 in circulated grades.
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1907 is a common date for Indian Head Cents. In average circulated condition it's worth about a dollar. In better condition, retail values as of 04/2010 are approximatelySlightly worn - $3 Almost no wear - $17 Uncirculated - $25 to $810 depending on quality
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An original Confederate coin would be quite valuable and there are recognized "restrikes" that were made from the original dies at a later date which will also bring a fairly large sum (hundreds, not thousands) and a lot of counterfiets. I believe the Guide Book of United States Coins has some infor…
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Answer Not being an expert on coins, I can only relate information from a coin dealer,who is of the opinion 'state quarters' will never be more than face value.However, those that did not enter into public circulation, might be worth somewhat more than twenty-five cents. The only quarter that is …
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check with your local mint most likey its fake if not your a lucky basterd because a crazy coin collecter will pay big bucks no doubt   "Your local mint"??? Like there's one in every shopping mall!! This is a magician's coin made outside the US Mint by milling down two real quarters and gluin…
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Answer There was no such animal. The U.S. has never made cents out of silver because they would be worth more than dimes. In 1943 because of the copper shortage due to the war, there were steel pennies made. The value it dependent on the condition. Circulated ones sell for about a quarter. If y…
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We need a few more facts before an answer can be given. Is this happening or is someone from the lending company making this threat? Also just because someone sues you for a large amount doesn't mean they will get that amount or anything close ....or anything at all. What was interest rate on your l…
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Answer This isn't any standard US coin and I doubt if many other countries use either of these symbols. Can you tell us what other writing is on the coin - perhaps it says ".999 Silver"? Answer It is a privately minted silver round. Its value is based only on the silver it contains -- about $…
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Assuming you are asking about a current US Lincoln cent, then the images on the reverse are: 1909-1958: The words ONE CENT between two wheat ears 1959-2008: The Lincoln Memorial 2009: Various images from Lincoln's life 2010-: The Union Shield President Abraham Lincoln is on the front. The orig…
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This coin appears to be minted on a delaminated planchet. You should search for a coin error dealer on the Internet. If it truly is SILVER (if it has a S mint mark), instead of the normal nickel finish (P or D mint marks), it is probably worth quite a lot of money. The only SILVER state quarters are…
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Any coin mistake increases the worth of the coin. During the years in question there are many known mis-stamps with the penny being one of them.
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The new nickels feature a sort of oblique profile of Jefferson's face forward of the ears, and very little hair or neck showing. The face of the nickel is plain, with only "In God We Trust", and the word "Liberty" in script. Here's some info on the new nickels, so you can make sure this is what you …
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With nearly 1.5 billion of them minted, even in uncirculated condition it's only worth a few cents. If circulated, it has no added value. No proofs were made that year, but special "SMS" coins were struck. Even these and uncirculated ones retail for less than 50¢ except in the very highest grades…
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Answer Its value will depend on whether you have the strongly doubled or moderately doubled reverse. The following info comes from "The Cherrypicker's Guide" 4th Edition : Strongly Doubled Reverse : FS # 5c - 018 Strongly doubled FIVE CENTS, E PLURIBUS UNUM, eye, horn, and the hair on the buffa…
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The US didn't print any bills dated 1932.
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1846 Penny Worth 1846 is not a rare date for large cents. In average circulated condition, it's worth $10-$15.
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Answer In circulated condition, about 2 cents. The uncirculated cent is worth a couple of bucks. Check on eBay to see what they're going for. Or use one of the (many) online coin dealers.
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There are no U.S. pennies from 1882 with a mintmark -- they were all minted at the main mint in Philadelphia.If you are referring to the "L" on the ribbon at the back of the Indian's head, this is the designer's (James Longacre) initial and appears on all Indian head cents after 1864.If it's somethi…
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Answer There are 6 different kinds of pennies that were minted in 1909 : In circulated condition, they will have the following values : 1909 Indian Head Cent -- $2.00 1909-S Indian Head Cent ("S" is on the back at the bottom) -- $250.00 1909 Lincoln Cent -- $1.00 1909-S Lincoln Cent ("S" is under …
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You have what's known as a "Magician's Coin".This is NOT something that was done at the Mint.This was made by altering two normal coins and gluing the altered pieces back together. Use a magnifier to check just inside the rim on one side of the coin -- you are looking for the seam where the two piec…
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1924 is a common date for Peace Dollars, unless it has an "S" mintmark (on the back, below ONE). In average circulated condition, it's worth : no mintmark -- $6.00 to $7.00 "S" mintmark -- $15.00 to $20.00 ------- Note that as of 9/28/07, silver is at $13.71 per troy ounce. As the weight of the…
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Answer There are Delaware quarters struck with a cracked die. This "Spitting Horse" was hot for a while, but I haven't noticed much about it since. There are always errors like coins struck through a foreign material, planchets showing the copper core on one or both sides, etc. Several of the sta…
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Cents -- those with the wheat ears on the back instead of the Lincoln Memorial, especially those from before 1934 Nickels -- silver ones from 1942-1945, those dates 1938 or 1939 with a "D" or "S" on the back, 1950 with a "D", and any with a buffalo on the back (1913-1938) Dimes -- anything from 196…
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You may have a rarer date Morgan dollar -- its value will depend on its condition and which Mint it was made at. Check the back, just above the "DO" in DOLLAR, for a mintmark. There could be an "O", an "S", or nothing. Estimated Values : In well worn condition : no mint -- $40 ... "O" mint -- $10…
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This question comes up frequently. All Peace dollars (1921-1935) have "IN GOD WE TRVST" on them. They were lettered using the Latin alphabet rather than the English alphabet. Please see the Related Questions for more information.  "Misprint" To clear things up, coins are said to be STRUCK o…
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It depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. The 1888 Silver Morgan Dollar was produced in Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco. According to USA Coin Book, these are the prices: Philadelphia (no mint mark): In good condition, this coin is worth about $20 up to about $…
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1937 is an extremely common date for buffalo nickels. Most are worth less than a dollar.
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Answer This is one of the most common dates for silver Roosevelt dimes. Even in uncirculated condition, it's only worth about a dollar.
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