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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. 1959 penny, no mint mark. Error on W, error on L. Partial indention of another head over Lincolns head

As stated on our site, we don't handle minor varieties like this. It's basically one cent.

D. I have copper and silver coins from 1944 to 2001 in good condition they maybe have a few marks but nothing major they are shining readable coins.

None pictured are silver. They are close enough to face value to spend. The last 90% silver coins for regular circulation are dated 1964!

D. 1969d penny with errors and no designer signature

Sigh. One cent. If you read other postings here you'll understand.

D. Penny error?

The U.S. actually has cents, it's the United Kingdom that has pennies. And this is not an error, it's damage.

D. 2016P Jefferson Nickel error. Possibly Struck wrong or a Miss print. Missing the designs.

It was struck fine. This is what happens when a coin is mutilated after release into circulation.

D. 2008 Alaska quarter

Nice bear! 25 cents.

D. 1968 Kennedy Half Dollar Missing a Mint Mark ?

Philadelphia-struck coins did not have mint marks back then. It has about $3-4 of value because it is 40% silver.

D. 1968 dime no mint mark

Ten cents for this Philadelphia-minted dime.

D. The one I saw online looked just like it but wasn't cause they say there's only one... No mint, 1974 penny...

You called earlier today. I'd say with $40 you could replace those sneakers! The coin itself, alas, has no value beyond face value.

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