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  1. Graduate from the A.N.A. Institute with multi-year certificates in Coin Business, Detection of Counterfeit and Altered Coins, and Grading Parts I and II;
  2.  Comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code; and
  3. Meet IRS Qualifications for IRS Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions. 

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Are you looking for a truly qualified professional? Ask your dealer if he or she is state-licensed in personal property appraisal. We are currently the ONLY one in Westchester County to...

  1. Graduate from the A.N.A. Institute with multi-year certificates in Coin Business, Detection of Counterfeit and Altered Coins, and Grading Parts I and II;
  2.  Comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code; and
  3. Meet IRS Qualifications for IRS Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions. 

Congrats to Marc on being awarded his 25-year A.N.A. member medal and life membership!

CHECK OUR OUR NEW WHUD Sponsorship and new cartoon by KBR Films!

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Questions and Answers

Q. Is my 1878 Morgan Silver Dollar worth $5,000?

Asked by Alyssa on Mar 13, 2018

Odds are it's worth $15-20. The U.S. government made millions more silver dollars than were ever needed because of a powerful silver lobby. Hundreds of thousands have been found in modern times in uncirculated bank bags. Your early dollar may look great, but the dies were sharp back then and many people set them aside. It's harder to find a dime from that year! With silver around $17 per troy ounce, we buy most circulated Morgan and Peace dollars for $13-15 and sell them for $16-20 at shows. Of course coins with less wear or of a scarcer variety (e.g., an "8-tail feathers" specimen) command higher prices. But statistically speaking, chances are yours is a more common piece. We always like to see coins before citing value.

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