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PLEASE call for an appointment [Area Code (914) Number 649-3317], we can meet 8-8 any day of the week, but by prior arrangement.

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D. This coin was pocket change. As soon as I seen it. I put it in the 2x2. I've looked around the internet and can't seem to find another like it. Thanks for taking a look.

It looks like that "sword" is a raised ridge, suggesting you have found a very dramatic die crack. I would put the retail value in the range of $50-100. Well done, more interesting than most of the other wanna-be die cracks submitted here.

D. 8x7 1797 Liberty coin

If authentic, you have a dollar that is worth a couple thousand... but that's a big "if." These are commonly counterfeited. I'd have to weigh and otherwise inspect it.

D. 1827 25 C Original Capped Bust Copper Pattern Silver Plated Coin

This looks like a regular 1827 quarter, in nice condition, $50 or so in value; what makes you think it's a pattern? Patterns are trial designs and quite rare.

D. 1911 V nickel

Common, a dollar or so.

D. 26th year of kuamg hsu PEI YANG

If authentic, perhaps $125. But these are counterfeited heavily and certification is in order.

D. Error Dime dated 2605

Mangled dime with damage, ten cents.

D. cud for sure with these rings on the back

Looks to be a bicentennial dollar, and just a dollar at that.

D. Penny dime

Looks like some kind of Frankencoin made from impressing a dime into a cent.

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