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D. 1995 Argentina peso bi-metal coin with mis-strike

On closer inspection it looks to me as if the center plug is irregular. It's a fine line between mint error and poor production quality. I don't know that this is dramatic enough to be worth very much; error collecting is a narrow niche. You do have something interesting Perhaps you can write their mint!

D. I would like to know the value of these coins 1892 silver dollar, 1974 silver dollar,1964 kennedy half dollar,1980 susan b anthony dollar,1905 indian head penny,1919 wheat penny,1944 liberty dime

The minimum price for these in typical circulated condition: The 1892 is likely about $15. But depending upon mint mark and condition, could be with more. The 1974 dollar is likely just a dollar, unless proof or uncirculated, in government packaging. Same for the 1980. The small cents, between a dime and a dollar. The 1944 dime is silver, worth about $1.

D. 1969 copper penny. Not sure if it is a D since I can’t read it.

A "D" it is, perhaps best spent at Lenscrafters?

D. 1941,50,54 proof sets

These are very, very tricky. You have some nice early proof sets. In total they are worth at least $300-400, possibly more. But I need to see them in person to be sure! Collectors prefer them in the original government packaging, though I like those capital plastic holders myself.

D. I have around 50 old coins that i recently inherited and was interested in finding the value of them. I have the one pictured that i found out was some what rare as well.

Not rara, though olif I coul see the date I might agree scarce. It's a barber quarter worth at least $3 for it's silver. Wanna sell??

D. Would like to know if there is any value to this other than face value I hear so many different answers I’m in Dobbs Ferry and I used to live in Hastings we used to have Manzi’s restaurant.

Yes. Not a lot, but we'd pay more. Plus you won't want to end up detained by the park ranger in Rye Playland when you try to pay for parking with a red seal like I did. ?Call me at 649-3317. Marc

D. 2015-W High Relief American Liberty Gold

What you have there is an ounce of gold. Currently, it's worth about $1900.

D. I have a couple coins. Can’t figure out the photo thing to add more photos.

This cent is common, worth about a dollar retail. Email me at hudsoncoins@aol.com!

D. Could you please tell me there value. Thanks

These are common and worth about $13 apiece.

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