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!

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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. Silver tetradrachm 425-415 bc. Alexander the great. Lion headdress. Chariot race I believe and Nike the god of victory..

Believe it or not, I was at the Athens Numismatic Museum today and saw these! Yours is nice, looks like $250-300. Authentication in person needed.

D. 1921 silver dollar with 5 on it

1921 Morgans are among the least popular with collectors as this last year yielded great mintage numbers and the dies were generally weak and muddled in their design. Yours looks particularly nice; I'd have to see it in person, as it looks almost suspiciously nice and I'd want to verify authenticity. If real it could be mint state 64-65, with the value around 35 or $40.

D. $5 red note 1928e, $2 red note 1928e, (5) $1 silver certificates 1935 a, d, e, f, g.

In this condition these notes are worth nominally more than face value, perhaps 1.5 times. The 1928's are a little more, 2-3x.

D. says liberty 1936 5 cents

It's a common date buffalo nickel worth about a dollar.

D. 1965 penny … missing parts of words on back … also no mint mark

No mark means Philadelphia. This is a "safe to spend" cent. It's just face value. Additionally... If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin." 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 complem...

D. It's a 2001 misprint quarter

Are you asking that or claiming it? You have a modern quarter If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin." 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...

D. 1972 silver dollar double die

This is copper nickel not silver--just a dollar. Unsure why so many people think they have doubling. If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin." 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 c...

D. 1990 double die penny

Aside from 1955, few cents have significant doubling. You can spend this. also... If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin." 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 complemen...

D. I was wondering about this penny I found I believe that it's aluminum

From 1982 the mint produced copper-plated zinc cents. You have zinc here, something removed the outer layer. (or it's from wear) so it's just a damaged cent.

D. 1953 we at penny

As a circulated wheat cent it may have a retail value of 50 cents. In practice they trade as low as 1.5-2 cents each.

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