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We meet the criteria to operate under Executive Order 202.6. Recognizing this is a time of hardship, we have suspended most of our retail sales and are focusing our activity on appraisals and asset management for individuals and families in need. We charge on a sliding scale, and offer special services to seniors, veterans, and anyone with special needs.

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D. 5 silver certificates

We like to see them to appraise. They retail for slightly more than face value. Marc

D. $1.00, year 1896

This would be worth about $15-20 reatail in the condition shown. If there is an "S" mint mark on the back below the eagle, add a few dollars.

D. Have 150 Japanese yen uncirculated from I think 1969

Let's buy some noodles! (About $5 worth with this!)

D. 1919 Penny

The 1919 Penny is one of the most common ones from that era. You better sit down for this, we pay two cents for these.

D. 1943 Penny

In 1943, pennies were made out of steel to conserve copper for artillery during the war effort. We pay two cents apiece for these. You could lift it with a magnet!

D. 5 cent coin, can not see date.

Since you can't see the date, and someone polished it which is considered damage, what are you basically have is a nickel.

D. 2000 P Liberty Dollar Coin gold

Although this is gold in color, it is a copper alloy and worth one dollar.

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