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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. 1900 one dollar coin

Retail value of this coin $15. Marc

D. 1944 penny

These are common. You might have to pay 50 cents to get one.

D. 1944 penny

Pretty much just a penny!

D. 1992 Lincoln close AM penny

This does not look like a close a.m. It's certainly nowhere near the MS 64 that fetched a ridiculous auction figure. Yours is a Damaged-47. And regardless of all of that, I do not deal with modern varieties. My reasons are amplybdescribed here: http://hvcoins.com/online-appraisal/appraisal/211

D. 1992 close Am Lincoln penny

We pay $0.01 for these!

D. Silver piece

That's better. This is 500 grains of sterling silver, and has a market value of $13.48 at today's silver spot price of $13.99 per ounce. Sterling, however, does not trade at the same rate as .999 fine, and you have a small amount, so you'll find it a challenge to get more than $10; we can pay you the full value in the interest of meeting a new client, and you'll do best if you have other things to sell at the same time, such as jewelry.

D. 1887 silver one dollar

Michele, the mint mark is "O" for New Orleans, worth about $12 in this condition. Marc

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