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2017-03-21 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Washington quarter:

Hi Maria,    Thank you for the pictures.  While they were labeled "Front side" and "Back side", they were both the same picture of the back side.    So, from what I can see, it looks like the coin is just

2017-03-20 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Blank Penny:

It appears you may have a type 2 blank planchet cent (unstruck coin). Compare it to a struck cent. The ty. 2 blank has a raised rim and is slightly smaller in diameter. The blanks are presently made outside

2017-03-07 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - 1941 dime:

Pics did not download. There are numerous sites on the internet for coin values. Try entering United States Coin Values Pricing Guide. Dealers usually pay 60% to 70% of retail for coins they need, and

2017-03-04 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Misprinted $5.00:

Sheet partially folded over, as you can tell from top crease. Bill was cut correctly, so must have been opened up. Higher grade, worth $200-300 to an interested error collector IMO. See http://papermoneyguide

2017-03-03 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - uniface coin:

Hello,    This coin looks like it was struck with some foreign material on one side. This means that when the coin was struck there was something between the planchet (blank coin) and the die. This prevented

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