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D. Gold 1964 half dollars

The gold plate is just a novelty, and actually considered damage by coin collectors. You have about five dollars of silver here.

D. Silver dollars years 1888, 1878, 1890, 1921, 1923 and 1934

Unless you see a cc mint mark ( for Carson City) on the bottom of the older ones under the eagle, these are common date silver dollars that are worth about $12-15 apiece.

D. Half dollar

These are worth five dollars apiece. It's kind of neat that you have one from 1916, the first year they made them.

D. 2 cents America

You have a coin worth five to ten dollars there

D. Gold coins

I can't tell if all three are really gold. The one on the right looks like a half sovereign or a sovereign, which would be worth $150 and $300 respectively.

D. 1943 wheat penny

In this condition, it's not much more than a penny. We buy wheat cents for two cents, and sell them for four or five cents at shows and online.

D. 1897 Russian coin

This coin is damaged, and so it has only $5 or $10 worth of silver in it.

D. 1794 cent, reverse similar wear but without the scratches

I would have to study it closely to figure out which variety it is, but it's probably worth about $300 or $400.


Sight unseen, we buy these at $540 and sell them for $600, give or take. Its mostly about the gold; and varies with the market. They used to have more of a premium but many are coming onto the scene from U.S. and European estates, the market is essentially "flooded." Of course, we like to check everything visually; high grades or scarce varieties command a premium. Marc

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