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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?

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D. It’s stamped with the dimes back on front

10¢. A little more if silver. Can't tell.

D. DG•REG•FD 1983 ELIZABETH ll

$1, looks like a pound coni.

D. 1942 w Mercury dime

The "W" is not a mint mark. It's the designer's last initial, for Weinman. The mint mark is located on the reverse bottom left of the base of the fasces. As yours has none, it is Philadelphia. And worth about $2.

D. 1948 error nickle

Pam, this is one of numerous common and low grade coins you inquired about with the single word "error" qualifying it. Circulation wear and damage is not evidence of a mint error, just a misguided collector.

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