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D. 1990 jfk half dollar?

Rather cool. Like someone hollowed it out!

D. 1919 S copper penny

Very common, we'd charge fifty cents in this condition.

D. Cyprus, 5 pounds from 1966 year 1500 coin produced, all from 40 grams gold, 22K In this condition, how would you appraise this coin??? Thanks in advance

Value is $2,000! REVISED ANSWER, based on request flor clartity: You'll have to find a collector. There is essentially no numismatic premium for modern gold. "Spot" is a value that you get when you're a company trading 100,000 ounces. Individuals likely get less. Any premium would be the dealer's profit. I'd ask $200 over spot for that coin at a show. But I'd take 98% spot. That's the market I'm in. You have to ask yourself the question, if someone else has the coin, would you pay $1,900 t...

D. I noticed this small mark up on this 2020 Vermont quarter and traced the indention to the bark on the back of the coin. Kinda hoping ive stumbled a valuable coin

I know of no reason why this would add value. REVISED ANSWER, the sender wanted clarification: I took a second look. It looks like damage. I don't know how you can determine how it got there. There are some mint errors, if significant or dramatic, that are valuable. But hundreds of times a month people send me pictures of coins with odd markings and stains--scratches, dings, everything under the sun. You can read all about them on my site. Not every unfamiliar mark on a coin orig...

D. 1957 wheat penny with R mint mark

That's a damaged "D". There is no "R" mintmark in the U.S., never has been.

D. 1929 no mint wheat penny I believe this is an error coin that it is printed over another coin

All coins came from a mint, this one, from Philadelphia. It's not an error of any kind, just very worn, worth close to a cent.

D. I have a 1963 D silver (steel) penny and I can’t find any info on it

You won't. There are none. Someone might have coated it with zinc in their chemistry class, however. REVISED: Why would it be? And silver doesn't look like that. If a silver dime planchet; it weights 2.5 grams and would be thinner than a regular cent. If copper, 3.1 grams. Weight it and get back to me! Okay it looks just like this could it not be struck on a dime planchet like this one? ...

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