she's not real.
$8.95 at a novelty shop. These are made outside the mint by cutting down two real coins.
A U.S quarter weighs approximately 6.1 grams The actual weight as defined by US mint is 5.670 grams. Five of them will weigh almost exactly one ounce. Try this web site: http://www.usmint.gov/faqs/circulating_coins/index.cfm?flash=yes&action=faq_circulating_coin
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In mint condition and uncircuated around 50p MAX. They were mass produced and struck in cupro-nickel...an alloy of copper and nickel. They will NEVER have any real collectors' value.
it weighs 1.3 tons
Gold-plated, not real gold. That makes it an altered coin with no real value to a collector.
These can still occasionally be found in circulation. They carry no real numismatic premium.
nothing, cause monsters aren't real
it depends if it is a real mirror and how thick/ tall it is :D
This is a U.S. Mint token that was included in Uncirculated Mint sets sold by the Mint for a few years. It's NOT a coin and does not have any real value to a collector.