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Questions about coins and currency? Have them answered by Marc Rosner, a true numismatist! [NOTE: Due to the exploding craze in errors and many related misleading postings on the Internet, we respectfully ask that before you inquire about modern varieties, you kindly read through our existing Q & A's, to rule out the kind of damage or wear we have already addressed.]


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Questions and Answers

Get accurate information on your own collection from a true numismatist.

Q. Hello! I have a 1979 p Susan B Anthony Dollar coin that I would like to sell is that something you would buy is in good condition

It's just a dollar, I'm afraid.

Q. My mother recently passed away and we found a bag of old foreign coins. All of these have obviously been in circulation. Are these of any interest to you?

Sure! Never met a coin I didn't love. I can't promise you you're going to be able to retire on them, however.

Q. Hi, I was going through some stuff in my house, & I found some Liberty dimes. They have Indian Heads on the front. I have about 10 or 12 of them. How do I find out if these coins have any value? Also, I have some half dollars & a few other coins, that I took to a coin show in Tarrytown about a year & a half ago. The gentleman who looked at the coins said that most were just worth about the face value of the coin. However, he put one half dollar & one of the other coins into a small plastic bag, & told me not to spend them. He didn't say how much they may be worth, but since he specifically told me not to spend those 2 coins, I figure they must be worth something. I would like to know the value of those coins as well. How can I find that out?

No dimes have indian heads on them; you're getting your types mixed up. Chances are they are worth about a dollar each. I might have been that gentleman; if you want to know the value all you have to do is show them to us, or show us photos. You can do that here or come see me. Let's not make it more complicated that it is; give a call or give your number and I'll tell you what you have! Thanks, Marc

Q. I live in Oakley, Ca, and am finding several old coins. I was wondering if they are worth anything? What is the best way to contact you to see their worth?

Send pics to 649-3317, area code 914; or hudsoncoins@

Q. I would like to know if my coin is real

Without a photo I have to say it's invisible.

Q. Do you have to have a rare, one of a kind coin certified? The photo itself wld show buyers how unique the coin is.

I'm unsure of what you are asking. Most coins should not be certified. We certify coins when we want to establish authenticity. Certifying a coin does not add to its value, rather, it just makes the coin more saleable. I would not recommend this for coins close to face value or with an easily documented bullion value. Certification is useful when a coin is on the border of two grades with a big price jump; for instance, one that is $500 in MS63 and $1,200 in MS64. Then it makes sense to spend $4...

Q. is a 1955d flying e liberty penny worth anything

I photo would help, but I can tell you already it's not worth much, just a few cents.

Q. I found a 1977 no mint penny that is either a pmd or a coin error. I'd like to have u take a look at it and tell me what u think. I'm new to this.

I think your "penny" looks a lot more like a dime. One that has suffered a lot of damage. You can safely spend it, there is not value beyond ten cents.

Q. Do you only deal with U.S. currency? I have a large collection of Israeli coins that I am trying to get looked at. Thanks for your time

I handle foreign as well. However the market is quite weak. "It is what it is," do you want to bring them in?

Q. 1776-1976 Kennedy half dollar 1965 Washington quarter 1940 & 1970 Jefferson nickels are any of these worth money

no just face value

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