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Yes, I have some counterfeit coins, they are used for reference and teaching tool's.

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If it's a fake, it's worth little to nothing.



Roughly the value of most fakes, essentially nothing.


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its fake o silver dollars were made in 1799


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A 1 dollar denomination silver certificate was not made in 1933 only 10 dollar. That being said if you have one it is fake.....its worth $0.00


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its fake according to ebay. There was never such a dollar coin made in 1906. These are forgeries from China from what I have read.



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