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Mostly people are submitting ordinary coins with damage or such minor variations in the minting process that they are at best worth face value.

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We have a new office, 8 Main Street, Suite 1, Lower Level, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706. 

PLEASE call for an appointment [Area Code (914) Number 649-3317], we can meet 8-8 any day of the week, but by prior arrangement.

We stopped responding to inquiries about modern error coins, except for genuine errors in uncirculated specimens. 

Mostly people are submitting ordinary coins with damage or such minor variations in the minting process that they are at best worth face value.

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D. Clock made by Ingraham Bristol conn Made three years 1879-1881 80-90 per year. Clock run great time is correct Chimes work perfect family for 45 years

A little out of my area of focus but I would say that if I was selling it I would want to get $1200-$1400 for it. When I buy clocks I presume they always need maintenance and refurbishing even if they've been behaving.

D. This is a 1849 gold one dollar coin it has a mint error the mold was cracked. If you enlarge it goes all the way across the reverse side. This coin has been in my family 40 years. Purchased at estate (With other Gold coins) auction It was keep in a bank (banks) safe deposit boxes for over 50 years. So knowing the last 90 plus years history it looks at the very least AU. I just recently look at it under a jeweler loop now know why it was keep and handled with care. Thank Tim

i'm afraid to tell you, this was not a mint error. Yes, there was a crack in the mold There's only one problem. Real coins are struck with a die, not cast in a mold. Yours indeed was cast in a mold, it's a low-grade counterfeit. The features are very mushy, typical of a copy. Now, it may have gold in it, so it may still have some value; I could determine that by testing. Do you want to sell any of this? Your family deserves good service!...

D. Hi, here are some British coins with a 1973 commemorative 50p. I would appreciate your opinion on them. Thanks

Um, lovely, 180 pence in value! I'm from 1964, do you think I've risen in value?

D. This was scanned on an all in one home scanner. I noticed scanner flaws, not coin flaws. I do not have a USB microscope yet.

This is the first year of the liberty Nickels series, and for some reason the most common that I see. Probably many were set aside. Look at the back. Some interesting history, if it doesn't say "cents" on it it's the first and more common variety. A guy named Josh gold plated them and passed them off as five dollar gold pieces, hence the term "joshing you". Halfway through the year they changed and added the word "cents" for the less common variety which might be worth a few dollars more. Yours ...

D. I would to know if you able to check this coins

Nothing special I can see, you can spend them in good health. 1965 quarters are copper nickel.

D. I would to know if you able to check this coins

Sure, if you can send a picture and tell me what coin. Or is this a rare invisible error coin?

D. I have few 1969 S cent I sent the photo to the pchg and they say it's a double die cent, if you able to help me to check this coins if worth . thanks

As mentioned on my site, I stopped the general practice of appraising to modern errors. If you mean PCGS, I'm surprised they rendered any opinion; and in this condition, I doubt it's worth much anyway. It appears damage.

D. Hi, here are some more British coins. I'd appreciate your opinion on them. Thank you

At a show, I would toss them in my dollar bin. No rarities or high grades here, just nice coins.

D. Assorted coins...

The quarter is worth three dollars. Looks to be silver. If the Kennedy halves are 1964, worth $6. If 1965-1970, $2. If 1971-present, spend.

D. Hi, these are British Two Shillings. 1 dated 1945. Would like to know your opinion on them. Thanks

IT'S THE LOST SHILLINGS OF... just kidding. I'd put them in my 25 cent bin at a show!

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