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Today's Aphorism: Please do not call me to say a dealer came and cherry-picked your best stuff and you just want me to pay you top dollar for everything that's left. Our one and only negative review is from someone who got upset at finding out that I couldn't put his appendix back in.

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D. Large cents set of 3

We pay $1-3 for these and charge $3-5!

D. Early 20th century light which is gold and crystal. Item was required in the early 21st century.

Very difficult to price. I would say retail $1200, but they are hard to sell.

D. 1974 D bronze clad steel penny

This is a regular bronze Penny that somebody has coated with something, probably zinc. As such it is essentially damaged and just a novelty.

D. 1925 liberty silver dollar

It's pretty chewed up, has about $12 of silver.

D. 1884 and 1881 coins

These are common Morgan dollars. We buy them for $12-14 and sell for $15-17.

D. 1989 proof 1/10 oz gold coin OGP

$165; Just divide the gold spot price by 10, There is no significant numismatic premium.

D. Hi, I came across this 1936 nickel and was curious if it had any value. Thanks.

My father was born in 1936 so if you call it old you're risking a knuckle sandwich. We'd pay 20 cents and charge 40.

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