Any dealer can tell you what your coins are worth. With a background in family education, we explain why.  

We pay the second most. Because we KNOW who pays the most: an excited collector, or dealer filling an order.

We'll get you what you deserve!

You may not need a paid appraisal. Should we recommend it, our fees are family-friendly.

Click on WHAT'S MY TREASURE WORTH, published answers, or menus above for quick values. 

(FOR "ERROR" COINS, VARIETIES & COINS AFTER 1970, KINDLY DO THIS FIRST & READ OUR APPRAISAL CRITERIA!) 

We travel to seniors, vets, and all in need!


Any dealer can tell you what your coins are worth. With a background in family education, we explain why.  

We pay the second most. Because we KNOW who pays the most: an excited collector, or dealer filling an order.

We'll get you what you deserve!

You may not need a paid appraisal. Should we recommend it, our fees are family-friendly.

Click on WHAT'S MY TREASURE WORTH, published answers, or menus above for quick values. 

(FOR "ERROR" COINS, VARIETIES & COINS AFTER 1970, KINDLY DO THIS FIRST & READ OUR APPRAISAL CRITERIA!) 

We travel to seniors, vets, and all in need!

Call Today  •  (914) 649-3317  •  (833) THE-COIN  •  (833) 843-2646

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Send a photo of your item or collection for a free online appraisal. You may even decide to sell us your coin or other item when you find out what it is and what it's worth!

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Most inquiries we get are about circulated coins made after 1971, and/or coins where people mistake post-mint damage and wear for "errors". You can expect us to affirm these are face value. We ask that before you write and submit such questions, to PLEASE first read through our existing postings and our "what it's worth" primers.

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D. Any good or nah

Certainly good for spending.

D. Maybe this one lol

You have a nickel, worth five cents. LOL. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of damaged coins and modern...

D. It's copper

It's actually copper-coated zinc, one cent. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of damaged coins and modern m...

D. Paper bill, unknown language.

Morocco. $3-5 in this condition.

D. 1880 3 cent nickel any idea what the value and grade might be?

If cleaned it's worth less, I can't tell not seeing it in person, but what it looks like you have is an extra fine 3 cent piece in one of the harder dates. So I can put the value at a couple hundred dollars. Anything else? Usually people have other nice coins will they have one like this and we'd love to make an offer if you want to sell!

D. 1969 S DDO Lincoln Cent, 1980's? Cud error Linoln Cent, 1955 S DDO Lincoln Cent

We buy common date wheat cents (1909-1958) for 1.5 cents. Newer ones are just change. If you want to learn about errors read the red book or go to a show. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front...

D. 1973 Double struck Lincoln penny error??

Triple mutilated maybe. but not double struck. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of damaged coins and mode...

D. It's a 1982 D quarter I beieleve there are some errors here but I don't exactly know what to look for here I was hoping you could help me I'm sorry for all the photos but from what I was reading online about this quarter from what I see it might be one of those you only hope to find type of coins thank you in advance

Looks like an ordinary quarter. I recommend you ignore what you see online and get out there. Buy a copy of the red book and read it. go to a coin shop or show. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up...

D. 1972 Half dollar kennedy Double die

Machine doubling insignificant Spend or enjoy. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of damaged coins...

D. Abnormal face on $50 bill.

Looks like a bank stamp. Not noteworthy.

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