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D. 1972 i think its a type 2 by rhe look next to bird the globe show 2 lines instead of shape of islands by florida. Thank you

It's a dollar to me. I don't deal with modern varieties, they never seem to be worth more than face value.

D. Ivory bracelet Pearl bracelet Thanks

Pearls have little value, people don't wear them much. And Ivory is illegal to trade. So you're kind of out of luck here.

D. $10 Silver Certificate 1934 B. CGA graded Fine 15*. Serial: B18496509A Cga#: 0201808

I'd say in this condition this note trades are about $50. Marc

D. 1939 D Rev of 40 5C NGC MS 66.

This could be about $50 in value. I don't deal much in modern varieties.

D. This is a 1929 wheat penny I believe is it worth anything? I can try to do a better picture if needed

To us it's worth two cents. The book value might put it at alittle more.

D. Have several coins that I have no idea what the value is

They are worth at least $12 apiece, and how much more depends on the mint mark I see on the back. Do you want to bring them in to show me?

D. I have a bicentennial dollar with no mint marks on it. I will upload the other side of the coin which appears to be a Type 2

I think this is the once you called a "bicentennial Eisenhower dollar with no mint mark and type 2 lettering." Forgive me for being the bearer of not such great news: most nonsilver proof and mint sets from the 1970s and later are worth not much more than face value. Many were set aside in their original government shipping boxes. Most dealers I know don't even pay attention to the abundance of modern "varieties" talked about all over the Internet because in practice they are tricky to identify ...

D. Flying Eagle cent

In this damaged condition, $3-5.

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