We have a new office, 8 Main Street, Suite 1, Lower Level, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706. 

PLEASE call for an appointment [Area Code (914) Number 649-3317], we can meet 8-8 any day of the week, but by prior arrangement.

We stopped responding to inquiries about modern error coins, except for genuine errors in uncirculated specimens. 

Mostly people are submitting ordinary coins with damage or such minor variations in the minting process that they are at best worth face value.

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We have a new office, 8 Main Street, Suite 1, Lower Level, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706. 

PLEASE call for an appointment [Area Code (914) Number 649-3317], we can meet 8-8 any day of the week, but by prior arrangement.

We stopped responding to inquiries about modern error coins, except for genuine errors in uncirculated specimens. 

Mostly people are submitting ordinary coins with damage or such minor variations in the minting process that they are at best worth face value.

RECENT QUESTIONS

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D. Hello, this is a 1929 five cents coin. Could you please let me know the value of it? Thank you!

It is worth, give or take, about a nickel. Collectors like to see a date on their coins.

D. Selling

You can repair your sink now!

D. Selling

OMG aliens have landed!

D. America's Founding Father's 2012 Currency Set. I have one more of this set also. Both in very good shape.

These are common notes nicely packaged but not worth more than their face value.

D. 2-1942-D nickel .

these are just nickels. Spend them in good health. They did make silver nickels a year but if they were silver you would see mint marks over Monticello on the reverse.

D. Its 1936 on the front with an indian head and a Buffalo on the back

If I tell you 1936 is old, my dad will smack you. Give this coin to a kid.

D. 2-1942-D nickel .and new penneys from the 1940 1950.1960 as a few Rare penneys and 1964 1965 1966 quarters

In the pictures you emailed me, everything looked common. What do you mean by rare? There really are no rare lincoln cents for the regular issues. Because the 1942 nickels had no mint marks over the Monticello dome on the reverse, we know they are just nickels. So everything here qualify as budget-minded bargains!

D. 1958dd brand new. 3 of them.

Believe it or not, as old as these are, they are common. The nice ones are worth fifty cents or a dollar, maybe two dollars. You can give them to kids, keep them, or try to find a collector in person or on eBay. You are unlikely to sell these to a dealer because they are common, we have lots of them in stock! Marc

D. Very rare Error penny

Actually your appraisal requests (if we can call them that) illustrate an important misconception. A coin "error" is when the mint makes a mistake in the production process. Examples include off center strikes, where just part of the die strikes part of the planchet; missing collar, where the coin spreads out; wrong planchet, such as a cent struck on a dime planchet. Almost every day I get a question about an "error" which in fact has nothing to do with the mint or production, but is actually we...

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