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1. We are an office, not a shop. With an appointment we are all yours!

2. Our Online Appraisals and Q&A are so popular we get a little backlogged at times. Please be patient!!

WHAT'S IT WORTH?

OTHER RECENT QUESTIONS

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D. Stapled Penny Mint Error NGC MS62 BN

FINALLY someone with a REAL error! Retail value for this unusual niche item is $500! Rare but not unheard of.

D. Hello i found this while being a cashier and i have never seen a double stamp like it before can you tell me about it

Not a double stamp. See how the second date is backwards? Put two cents together. Smack with hammer. List as rare mint error. Do not pass "Go." Do not collect $200.

D. 1999 Connecticut state quarter believe it is an error quarter cannot find any like it in researching it 1987 D quarter looks like an error dyebreak

Oy gevalt. Please. Not every chewed up coin is a mint error. Die breaks lead to raised ridges where the planchet metal flowed in. This is a mangled quarter.

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