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D. 1936 Indian nickel head not sure of the mint mark.

Retail about a quarter, perhaps fifty cents.

D. Hi I have (10) Kennedy Half Dollar coins. Years are 1776-1976, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1977 and they go up from there are these worth anything?

1964 half dollars are worth around $8. They are 90 percent silver. 1965-70 are 40% but proportionally less as it's a funny alloy,so figure around $3 each. 1971 and later are copper-nickel, you can spend or deposit tham.

D. Hello I have these (2) Elizabeth II coins that I am trying to see if they are worth anything.

These coins are common, we pay a little bit for them and then try to sell for a dollar apiece. I see you have numerous other submissions, I'll answer them individually if they are worth more. Most loose foreign coins culled from circulation are obsolete from the emergence of the Euro and/or high inflation.

D. 1963d penny .never been touched by human hands. Received at a festival I was attending in 1963 when a franklin mint representive was handing out these mint coins.

I recall a few years back that a high-grade 1963 cent went for $40,000 at auction. Yours is around a nickel with that spot. No, there's nothing you can do.

D. 1856 dime in fairly good condition

Fairly good or goodly fair? I'd want $5-10 for it.

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