HOLIDAY MARKET PROJECTIONS: Our short and long-term recommendation is that you SELL your unwanted coins, jewelry, and collectibles N-O-W. Think about it logically: who do you know that actually has a hobby? When was the last time you passed a coin store? The sad truth is that kids don't collect, they play on their smart phones. And fashions never truly return, there is always some kind of twist that makes yesteryear's treasure obsolete. So don't try to "time the market." Don't fall into the mistaken belief that it "has to go up at some point." It doesn't. It won't. Capiche? There is a misconception that silver and gold are good historical investments. With the exception of a few lucky timers, this is NOT the case. You are better off paying down debt or helping out the grandkids than trying to time the market. Trust me on this. I love collecting. But when it comes to personal investing, I don't think anything beats a diversified stock portfolio and zero debt.

And when you do decide to sell, you should know there is exactly ONE A.N.A.-listed dealer in this county who is an Institute graduate and 25-year/life member, meets the requirements for an IRS 8283 Qualified Appraiser, and complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code. Can you guess who?

HOLIDAY MARKET PROJECTIONS: Our short and long-term recommendation is that you SELL your unwanted coins, jewelry, and collectibles N-O-W. Think about it logically: who do you know that actually has a hobby? When was the last time you passed a coin store? The sad truth is that kids don't collect, they play on their smart phones. And fashions never truly return, there is always some kind of twist that makes yesteryear's treasure obsolete. So don't try to "time the market." Don't fall into the mistaken belief that it "has to go up at some point." It doesn't. It won't. Capiche? There is a misconception that silver and gold are good historical investments. With the exception of a few lucky timers, this is NOT the case. You are better off paying down debt or helping out the grandkids than trying to time the market. Trust me on this. I love collecting. But when it comes to personal investing, I don't think anything beats a diversified stock portfolio and zero debt.

And when you do decide to sell, you should know there is exactly ONE A.N.A.-listed dealer in this county who is an Institute graduate and 25-year/life member, meets the requirements for an IRS 8283 Qualified Appraiser, and complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code. Can you guess who?

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D. Any value?

I'm not sure where the date went but it's probably just a damaged coin. It's merely a dollar, you can spend it.

D. 1778-1779 Rhode Island Ships Coin Token

As discussed, this looks like a cast copy. Sorry!

D. No comment

Franklin Mint copper is worth very little. I'd give it to a deserving kid!

D. To sell it

Looks Like you found yourself a penny! We give these out on Halloween!

D. coins

The Washington quarter and Morgan dollar have silver and are worth $15. The rest is just money, two or three dollars worth. Marc

D. 4 us mint proof envolopes from 1960

The proof sets are $10-12 each; the silver dollars, about $14.

D. Indianhead cents 1856 to 1909 but not complete.

Give these to kids. We by them for ten or twenty cents apiece, sell for fifty cents at shows.

D. Lincoln head sent 1909-1940 incomplete

Also for kids! Our buy price for wheat cents is 1.5-2 cents apiece unless the dates are rare and the condition high.

D. 11915 Indian Quarter Eagle Au55 ANACS Cleaned I would like to sell this coin

John, I can pay $140 for this coin. If you want more I can probably get you $160-180 if we do a consignment agreement and I have a few weeks to find a buyer. Marc

D. 1973 Kirk Collection Sterling Silver Goofy

Worth it's weight in silver, with a slight premium!

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