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What is the value of money from 1787?


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Answered 2007-02-03 21:51:24

Need more information - U.S. coinage, foreign, or are you referring to purchasing power rather than numismatic value? If you're referring to specific coins, you'll need to provide the denomination and condition for starters.

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