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  •   Tina Cuhen commented on this post about 1 week ago
    Hello. I had inquired about a 1944 penny and I didn't get a hit:) but I have a1969 penny with floating roof looks just like it
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  • Does it stick to a magnet? if not.. the answer is NO, it's a penny
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  • CopperPicker replied to a discussion, Spanish Cob
    Hi Jade-

    Nice looking coin for sure but what makes me leary is how good of condition it's in . If I had to guess , Id say it's a reproduction as well. Where did you get it?
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  • CopperPicker replied to a discussion, Need help with my penny
    Try posting here by using the "Attachments" tab at the bottom left of this/your response window..click on where is says "Upload Files (Maximum File Size; 2MB)"
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  • CopperPicker replied to a discussion, the start
    Hello James garry Littlejohn -

    In my honest opinion the best way to get started is to find a coin type that you like and see what you can find in coin rolls from the bank, buy a box and see what you get.. check your change from the store,...
    Hello James garry Littlejohn -

    In my honest opinion the best way to get started is to find a coin type that you like and see what you can find in coin rolls from the bank, buy a box and see what you get.. check your change from the store, watch some informative videos, you could even buy a Metal Detector to see what you can dig up! Check out the Coin Values Library,.. You could also visit your local coin shop/s and buy some flips or folders to keep your finds in.

    Good Luck and Happy Hunting!
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