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We are proud of these upcoming events:

Yale University: We are honored to have been chosen to appraise the DeForest Smith Collection of U.S. Cents this Spring.

Hartford/Cromwell: Jul 21, Sep 15, Nov 17; Danbury: TBA; Mt. Kisco: Jun 9

Chicago World's Fair of Money: Aug 13-17 Where Marc will receive his 25-year A.N.A. member medal and pin!

CHECK OUR OUR NEW WHUD Sponsorship!

and  Our New Cartoon! by Keira Rosner Film

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Questions and Answers

Q. Dear Michael, Good afternoon! I have (5) silver dollars. One 1883-S , two 1896 (no mark) and two 1921, one with an "S" the other has no mark. They are all in decent condition. And I am curious as to what their values would be worth? I also have some paper currency, both red and blue stamped along with penny collections (although not complete) from my Dad. Also have a few items that are unique and was unable to find on the internet, such as a "peach pit" basket from my great grandmother-a stamp collection and some other interesting items! Just curious as the holder of these items if any would be worth what I am hopeful they could be worth or should I just keep all of it around for my daughter and the next generations to come? Thank you, Susan

Asked by Susan Brownell on Nov 11, 2018

Susan, your half dollars are probably worth $12-15. If the 1921s are the newer style Peace Dollar, they are somewhat more. The paper currency and cents are probably so close to face value you should give them to kids. Perhaps you can get them off the smart phone for a minute and develop a hobby. The other things are probably worth more for their memories, but you can always send photos.

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