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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!

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D. 1792 - 25c unknown designer, obverse bust similar to coronet without stars and with breast plate 25c at the 12 position going clockwise starts “ or —— parent of science and industry “ reverse has 25c at the 6 position around 730-8 position is a fraction bar 4/1/100 inside wreath reads one quarter I also have a companion cent similar and unidentified

Now I see more, the outline of the wreath from a large cent. Too damaged to price, can't be more than a buck. 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 rar...

D. 1792 - 25c unknown designer, obverse bust similar to coronet without stars and with breast plate 25c at the 12 position going clockwise starts “ or —— parent of science and industry “ reverse has 25c at the 6 position around 730-8 position is a fraction bar 4/1/100 inside wreath reads one quarter I also have a companion cent similar and unidentified

What your picture looks like...part of a sandcastle, a quarter slice of tan grains.... very appealing... 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 ...

D. 1776- 2000 coins

The only coin of value is the one you didn't mention, you have a silver Morgan Dollar that's probably worth $25.

D. 1969 Lincoln double stamping

This coin is damaged. Spend. 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 minor varie...

D. Really nice red 1962 penny with double die and D mint mark also a nickel with severe mint errors no year or mint mark on it trying to find their worth and who to sell to

Spots on cent, damage on nickel. Spend--if you can. 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. The area under his chin

To be honest I just took a course with the ANA on authentication and this coin looks to me like it is a contemporary counterfeit, they are making them in China, they have the right weight as a real US coin and are designed to fool counting machines. You could try reporting it to the police or the Secret Service, but unless they send somebody who understands coins they're not even going to understand. One thing you don't have to worry about is value, I can assure you it's not worth more than a q...

D. 1969 which appears double dyed

Minor machine doubling adds no value. Just a 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 damag...

D. 1937 F (I think— it’s hard to see the letter under the year in the picture but I think it’s an F) Indian head nickel, circulated. I read through all the papers, I promise, I just still can’t tell because some places have this for $2 or less and I see some that look similar on eBay for over 1k . Thank you!

The mint mark would be on the reverse under the Buffalo. And since it's absent it's Philadelphia. Yours is in the two dollar and less pile. You have to understand they were a lot of people in 1937, and a lot of nickels. 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 consu...

D. My camera is terrible but this coin appears to be cut I'm 3 sections on the back. On the front I can see that it maybe a partial cut on one side. I believe it was released from mint this way, but I am new to this.

Do you have any evidence it's not post mint damage? In the absence of that we don't see value beyond face value, 50 cents. 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 cl...

D. Medal/coin. Pls enlighten me

We would have to research this to determine exact value. I did a preliminary search; I'm not jumping at the bit because medals don't go for a lot these days. Even if this is old, and it looks like it's probably a modern restrike, its value is likely going to top out at $25 or $30. You could do a web search yourself for the terms on it and find similar pieces that have sold or are on the market.

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