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How can you determine the denomination and value of a coin from 1897?

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2008-10-25 00:33:29
2008-10-25 00:33:29

Find an antiques appraiser but make sure they have a good reputation because you dont want to be ripped off. Try checking the following website for an upcoming coin show in your area, where you can take the coin and get it appraised for free : http://www.coinshows.com You could also check your phone book for coin shops. And you may try your local library for coin books. Assuming it's a Western coin, the denomination should be written right on the coin! The only complication would be if it's not something you recognize. For example, old British coins had unusual denominations like farthing, florin, half-crown, etc. French coins would be denominated in centimes or francs, while German ones would be in marks or pfennigs.

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