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    When you find that 1800s coin


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    Yeah RTR, I wondered the same thing, and looked into it a bit. The 1890 silver dollar I dug last week, was worth about $28 in today's money. If I wanted to sell it, they're going for around the same amount.
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    Thank you for sharing!
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