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. 1935 dollar a series silver certificate with blue seal

These are quite common. Worth $3-5 if light or no circulation. Otherwise close to face value.

D. I have a 1818 large cent grad is probably AU58

If it's truly that grade it is worth at least a couple hundred dollars. However that's a very strong grade and if it has any past cleanings scratches or damage it's not gonna get that number!

D. Swiss franc series 5

As a two-note lot, these don't have a whole lot of value!

D. Hello, i have an 1879 dollar coin and I want to know if it has any value. Thank you

It's worth $12. More if there is a cc on the back on the bottom for Carson City. The fact that it's mounted as a jewelry piece reduces its value.

D. Hello, I would like to know if these coins has value. Thank you

Yes probably around $60. I would have to see the back to be sure.

D. 1996 US Mint 4 Coin UNC Set Atlanta Olympic Games Gold & Silver w/ Cauldron In original box with certificate of authenticity (That is not a actual picture of the item, but it IS what they look like.)

There are so many varieties of sets this year we need to see it to narrow it down. It's probably in the neighborhood if a couple hundred bucks.

D. Have alot more of these ,almost full set of wheat pennies ,old bills ,lots more varieties of coins.me , my husband are beginner's , want to know easiest , cheapest way to have out most valuable coins graded .let me know what this coin goes for graded ? Please , thanks

None of the coins you describe are likely to be worth grading. Grading is an expensive process which you use for rare and high-end coins not common ones from circulation. Call me at 914-649-3317 and I will explain this more fully.

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