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2015-08-08 07:34:32
2015-08-08 07:34:32

Uh, turn the coin over. You'll see the actual date - 2004.

It's one design in the Westward Journey series minted to commemorate the 1803 Louis and Clark expedition. With mintages in the hundreds of millions, a coin you get in change has no added value (and probably never will). Uncirculated rolls are selling generally in the $3 to $5 range at coin shows.


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It's just one of the Westward Journey series. The 2004 date is on the front of the coin. Spend it.

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