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    Question Do these U.S. coins (pics in post) have any worth/ value? Please help?

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    Nothing shockingly valuable.
    the 43 P war nickle being 40% silver has a .96 value.

    Wheats I'd say .03 to .05 Cents each but more to those willing to pay more

    the old grumpy Bat on a Dollar Coin $1.00 (.49 worth of metal)

    the 1949 Nickle more then 5 cents to those willing to pay more but really not rare

    The memorial Pennies 1 Cents imo
    though the Copper value is almost 2 Cents .019

    http://www.coinflation.com/unitedstates/
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    Stephydee, For any information on any coin you might want, an easy way is to type in the type of coin, (penny, nickel, dime etc.) with the date and mintmark, if any, and you'll see more infro. than you need. It's a great tool.
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    buy a Redbook. then learn about key dates, varieties, & errors

    got $4 for a DUG '23-S wheat,
    HQ war nics can pull $5,
    SBA '79-P wide rim can be $$$$,
    sold a SAC 2000-P with major die crack for $75.
    got $15 for a MS-BU '57-P Jeff.

    face value is for dummies----
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    Jeff said 40% on the war nickels. They are 35% silver.
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    2017 COIN ROLL HUNTING TOTALS!

    Wheats..358
    Buffalos..0
    war nickels.0
    Silv Dimes...-0
    Silv Quarters-0/0
    Barbers-0/0
    Walker 1
    Bens- 0
    Kenn. 90%- 4
    Kenn. 40%- 49
    Proof- 6
    Silv. Proof -1
    Commemorative-0/0

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    Quote Originally Posted by enamel7 View Post
    Jeff said 40% on the war nickels. They are 35% silver.
    Yep My Bad Was thinking about some of the Kennedy Halfs
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    Thank you, for your reply. For years I have held onto any old dated coins I find in change but I never really looked more in to it until now. Thanks again. Maybe one day I'll come across a great one.,��
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    Cool.@ port Ewen ace I will look for that book. I have alot more, I have one or two buffalos too Buti only posted a few. Oh what about coins from other countries. We have some from Poland from WW11. And I think one might have a swastika or something like that.

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    Thanks all for your replies, I've been experimenting with different hobbies, all of which I'm learning and having fun so far. Even my 4 year old is like Mommy look at this one.... this stay at home mom has to be creative sometimes lol.
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    3RD Reich coins are collectible--- ANY old coppers 19-20 century foreign, lots of silver world coins out there.
    I dug a 1901 Belgium 50 cents that is smaller than a dime & 50% silver.
    Walmart sells Redbook, about $15.
    I look over every bill & coin I get & search about $1500 a week in rolls of all denominations

    dug this sweet thing on Tuesday----

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    worth about FIDDY DOLLAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephydee View Post
    Thank you, for your reply. For years I have held onto any old dated coins I find in change but I never really looked more in to it until now. Thanks again. Maybe one day I'll come across a great one.,��
    the differences in Value are Due to the Differences in wants & needs. and
    Sellers & Buyers.

    Of course those Buying almost always offer the Lowball amount, unless of course they need it to fill a spot in a collection.

    Sellers almost always want as much as they can.

    I actually prefer looking at completed auctions on Ebay to see what the particular coin
    got from bidders . if anything.

    in most cases it's more fun to have then worry about value
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    The thing about Redbook prices is those are what you expect to pay a dealer for them. Completed eBay auctions are the way to go. Another reason in value difference is rarity.
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    2017 COIN ROLL HUNTING TOTALS!

    Wheats..358
    Buffalos..0
    war nickels.0
    Silv Dimes...-0
    Silv Quarters-0/0
    Barbers-0/0
    Walker 1
    Bens- 0
    Kenn. 90%- 4
    Kenn. 40%- 49
    Proof- 6
    Silv. Proof -1
    Commemorative-0/0

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    except when a dummy lists a war nickel for a price of $0.01 at auction and they get 1 bid
    Quote Originally Posted by enamel7 View Post
    The thing about Redbook prices is those are what you expect to pay a dealer for them. Completed eBay auctions are the way to go. Another reason in value difference is rarity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by port ewen ace View Post
    except when a dummy lists a war nickel for a price of $0.01 at auction and they get 1 bid
    Isn't the Shipping, & Insurance on auctions like that $5. or $10.00 ?

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    Not so sure that "Dummy", would be a correct term, perhaps "Novice" would be more accurate. We were ALL a novice at one time or another in anything we found an interest in, such as detecting & or coin collecting. Selling sought after coins for face value? Uninformed, and bless their hearts for it.
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