I know this is ridiculous BUT is there such thing as a 1966 Silver Roosevelt Dime i have a collection of silver coins and im pretty sure its made of silver Does anyone know a way to test it?
The best way to tell would be to weigh it on a sensitive balance. A silver dime would weigh about 2.5 gm while a copper-nickel dime would weigh about 2.27 gm.
There have been a few reports of leftover silver planchets being struck accidentally in 1966. More likely, though, your coin has been plated for use in jewelry.
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If I don't know anything about stamp collection and have come into a collection how do I know I am getting a fair price when I sell the collection?
Contact a stamp collecting society/organisation and ask them if anyone could help you. They would know better than anyone as that is their specialty. Ask them if you'd do better selling the collection as a whole, or selling the stamps in smaller groups or individually. Another idea is to take your collection (or part of it) around to a few shops that trade in stamp/coin collections and a few get quotes. Try getting at least…