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D. I can only use text wanting to know if you're interested in buying an 1864 Confederate $1 bill and 1862 Confederate $100 bill 727-777-4414 Brian

Brian, this is a well known counterfeit. I can tell from the quality of the paper and the serial number. Marc

D. 1982 d small date copper penny

Four more and you've got yourself a nickel. I don't deal much in modern varieties because they generally turn out to be a disappointment.

D. 1969 D Lincoln head penny. Appears to have the "floating roof" on the back as well as the absence of the artists initals. Your expertise would be greatly appreciated.

Personally I would not classify this as an error. These kinds of modern varieties are common and are really more about the dies wearing and getting polished overtime and losing some of the sharpness of the original features. There is very little additional value in such things so I do not follow them very closely, my heart lies with the older stuff. If you do a video search for these topics you'll find plenty of well-intentioned numismatists describing them very accurately on YouTube And other w...

D. Two silver dollars from 1893 and 1896 - one in better condition than the other. Can you tell me what these might be worth ?

These are half dollars, not dollars. Though I need to see the reverse to be sure, they are worth at least $8 in total. If they have the more desirable S-mint mark for these years, they could be worth upwards of $200.

D. Any value?

Not a lot, as it is a gold-plated commemorative.

D. Deutsches Reich 1943 with swastika

Common coin with bad karma. I put these in my 25 cent bin... or melt them.

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