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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. Very rare Error dime

OMG THE LOST ERROR DIME OF 2006! (I'm sorry... what was rare about this?)

D. US Mint Proof set

The consumer price guide price for the bicentennial proof set is $9.45, in original government packaging. The dealer to dealer price is $7. In practice, we try to buy these for a lower amount as they are quite abundant; I buy them for $4-5 and sell for $6 at shows.

D. Silver coins

Be still my heart! Pre-1965 90% silver U.S. coins. light circulation wear on a couple. Alas they are so common we just multiply the face value by seven to get a buy price, in your case, we'd love to pay $12.95 for the lot of them, and we'd probably put them in rolls and sell at a 20-30 percent profit.

D. 1861 United states of America half dollar. I would like to know what it is worth

It's got such a lovely even appearance, not a high grade but what we call good "eye appeal." In a grade of fine the 1861 Half Dollar is $75 retail. Would you consider selling it? Before we get ahead of ourselves, I need to see the other side. Both for condition, and also to see if there is a mint mark, as this could be worth a little more depending upon where it was produced. Oh, and don't clean it or touch the surfaces! Keep it stored in a dark cool dry place, like a bedroom drawer, in a zip lo...

D. 1971 Ussr coins

This is worth around $40 dollars.

D. 1980 Ussr 1 Rouble

These retail for $6-8 dollars.

D. It's a piece of gold or copper given to me a while back.

Gold plated copper... a beautiful paper weight...with little intrinsic value.

D. 1967 US quarter shadow on G.W. face, solid rim, date only shoes half of the 9 and back has flew errors as well.

There's not much here that impresses me. Not sure what the "shadow" is, looks like environmental damage. I'm also growing weary of people mistaking physical wear and damage for "errors." Errors happen at the mint, not after; it takes a trained eye to distinguish this in many if not most instances. So at risk of forgoing profit, I'll suggest you spend or deposit this quarter in good health. Marc

D. not sure if it works, antique junghans vienna regulator clock mahogany dial of clock has trademark

Clocks are tricky. If restored this would be worth about $400. But when we buy them we try not to pay much because the cost of servicing them nearly exceeds the value of the clock itself. so if it's not running or in poor working order, $25-$50.

D. 1921 Morgan Dollar - D 20 Coin Roll-First National Bank

Nice! From here looks like an uncirculated roll of Morgan dollars. Unfortunately in 1921 the dies were made in sloppy fashion, and this year they have a weak and muddled appearance. The value is around $500-550.

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