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A list of the most valuable silver dollars - including Morgan dollars, Peace dollars, and Eisenhower dollars.

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These 8 Valuable Coins May Be Hiding In Your Change

8 Valuable Coins to Look Out For - 2005 Kansas State Quarter mistake reads "In God We Rust" - via The MetaPicture

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Old coins: strike gold with pre-decimal silver

Threepenny bits. (80 to a £1) With one of these I could buy some Lincoln biscuits to have with my bottle of free milk at school.

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Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic #Money

Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic

Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic #Money

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Free Shareable Infographic On Finding Real Silver Coins In Your Own Pocket Change. #infographics #junksilver  http://www.gainesvillecoins.com/learning-center/

Free Shareable Infographic On Finding Real Silver Coins In Your Own Pocket Change. #infographics #junksilver http://www.gainesvillecoins.com/learning-center/

Five coins that can turn up in your change and be worth a mint

The Benjamin Britten 50p coin might not be worth a mint but there are some coins that turn up in your change which could be. We round up five you could find in your change.

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How to Identify Silver War Nickels

How to Identify Silver War Nickels The mint mark must be above the Monticello.

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The first Gold Sovereign was an English hammered coin first struck in 1489, during the reign of King Henry VII of England (1485-1509). Lord Daubeney & Bartholomew Reed, joint masters & workers of the mint by Royal appointment, were given instructions to create a new gold coin at the "standard fineness" - 958 fine,also known as 23 carat; the standard for gold at the time.

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$1,000,000 dollars all day long for this one.

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