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D. 1943

The one year they made steel cents, copper was needed for the wartime artillery. You can stick it to a magnet! They made a billion, it's really only a few cents in value.

D. 1902-o. silver dollar. Not graded. Wondering the approx grade and value. Hoping more than the $13-15 mentioned in other posts for similar coins based on condition. Thanks

i'd say it might pass for MS62 (mint state) and retail at $80. It's a common coin, dealers will want it for $25-30 to leave room for profit.

D. 1935 $1 dollar bill, silver certificate.

I’d sell for $2…. If I could. Very common.

D. I know it has some damage on it but the crack on reverse runs underneath the design and under the lettering. Also there's the faint A above five. So I was thinking strike through but I've never seen one with a crevice crack that goes underneath everything. Any advice would be appreciated.

Nickel is a hard metal. My guess is that you have a planchet flaw, which I most commonly see in nickels. A strike through would not preserve the motto and design. With circulation, not a lot of value.

D. 57,61,64 pennys

These are not much more than face value.

D. Morgan Silver dollar 1880

If it’s real it’s harshly cleaned and worth $20.

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