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  • Not sure where you have been reading but indeed, the mintmarks on Morgan dollars should be on the reverse between the "D" and the "O" in "DOLLAR". That is below the wreath, where the mintmarks were placed.
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  • Your uncirculated dollars are just that: uncirculated. They have never made the rounds as pocket change. The one that just says "Silver Dollar" without "Uncirculated", if it is indeed circulated, should have some sign of wear. Of course, it could... Your uncirculated dollars are just that: uncirculated. They have never made the rounds as pocket change. The one that just says "Silver Dollar" without "Uncirculated", if it is indeed circulated, should have some sign of wear. Of course, it could also have been a printing or packaging error. If it is just as pristine as the rest then a typo is a possibility. More
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1917 ddo?
    Definitely does not look double-dye from the images. To be sure you could take them to your local coin specialist.
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1970s and more
    The quarter looks like it's been turned into a pendant and is not worth anything.

    Your pennies are modern strikes and are just circulating pocket change. You do have one or two 1916s but in that condition they're probably not worth more than a...
    The quarter looks like it's been turned into a pendant and is not worth anything.

    Your pennies are modern strikes and are just circulating pocket change. You do have one or two 1916s but in that condition they're probably not worth more than a few cents.
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  •   Coin Values commented on this post about 3 weeks ago
    Hi I found this 1942 penny no mint mark it's color is different. Is it a good find?
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1936 ddo?
    Dustin, we are not coin appraisers and collectible coins and precious metals cannot be properly analyzed on the internet beyond guesswork and assumptions based on the median value of a specimen. You should take your coins to a licensed specialist... Dustin, we are not coin appraisers and collectible coins and precious metals cannot be properly analyzed on the internet beyond guesswork and assumptions based on the median value of a specimen. You should take your coins to a licensed specialist in your area. More
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