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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1955 Silver wheat penny?
    Slabbed means that the coin has been certified by an official grading organization and enclosed in a standardized protective casing.

    We have a nice library article on slabbing that can shed more light on the process:
    Slabbed means that the coin has been certified by an official grading organization and enclosed in a standardized protective casing.

    We have a nice library article on slabbing that can shed more light on the process: https://coinvalues.com/library/coin-slabbing-services
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  • An unslabbed 1846 Liberty Head $2.50 gold coin in decent condition probably starts at $300 minimum. Yours looks to be in good condition so could fetch you a bit more. Certified and slabbed perhaps even $500 or more.

    Check our 1846 Liberty Head...
    An unslabbed 1846 Liberty Head $2.50 gold coin in decent condition probably starts at $300 minimum. Yours looks to be in good condition so could fetch you a bit more. Certified and slabbed perhaps even $500 or more.

    Check our 1846 Liberty Head $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle info page for more info.
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1955 Silver wheat penny?
    True double-die 1955 Lincoln Cents can indeed be worth quite a bit of money. However, there are plenty of counterfeits circulating. If the coin is not slabbed you should take it to an authorized coin grader for appraisal.
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  • True double-die 1955 Lincoln Cents can indeed be worth quite a bit of money. However, there are plenty of counterfeits circulating. If the coin is not slabbed you should take it to an authorized coin grader for appraisal.

    As for your other coins, the standout is the 1972 proof Ike Dollar. Take...

    True double-die 1955 Lincoln Cents can indeed be worth quite a bit of money. However, there are plenty of counterfeits circulating. If the coin is not slabbed you should take it to an authorized coin grader for appraisal.

    As for your other coins, the standout is the 1972 proof Ike Dollar. Take a look at the 1972 Eisenhower Dollar for a general idea of what it could be worth.

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  • In fine condition your 1944 Wheat Penny is likely not worth much, maybe ten to twenty cents. These coins are quite common. Check our 1944 Lincoln Cent info page for more info.
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