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2016-05-26 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - 1938 gold coin:

Hi Becky,    This is a token or a medallion. There is no monetary value or country of origin on it so we can rule out any coin. This looks like a trade medallion or token. It looks like it may have been

2016-05-24 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - British pound and usage:

Hi,  Your question is one for a historian more than it is for a numismatist. From what I understand, a "pound" was a specific weight in copper, silver or gold rather than a minted denomination. I'm not

2016-05-23 Autographs - Beatles albums:

Eric,    Take this with a grain of salt as I am NOT a Beatles autograph expert, nor am I familiar with Paul Fraser.    In my experience such claims of scarcity are hype and unverifiable. If I was going

2016-05-23 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Canadian Currency 1954 (modified):

Hi Sandra,    Thanks for your question and I am sorry to hear about your Mom's passing.    In the condition that you have them they are worth more than their face value. They sell on eBay for about 50%

2016-05-23 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Tokens/coin:

Hi,  Well you have the attributions correct. As far as value, the Venetian coin is worth around $25 and the brothel token is in very nice condition and worth about the same. The others are worth minimal


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