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  • No, 1921 Morgan Dollars were minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. Thanks for your question, Gary.

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  • Rita, looking at the pics, your pennies seem to be from 1970, not 1972. 1970 double-dye pennies are worth lots of money, but were only minted in San Francisco. It's a bit hard to see the mintmarks in the blurry image, but at first glance, looking... Rita, looking at the pics, your pennies seem to be from 1970, not 1972. 1970 double-dye pennies are worth lots of money, but were only minted in San Francisco. It's a bit hard to see the mintmarks in the blurry image, but at first glance, looking at the "In God We Trust" motto, it looks like they are not double-dye. More
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  • As Josh stated in the community timeline:

    "A 1943-S bronze cent, even in corroded condition or a very low grade, would still be worth several thousands of dollars. The best way to verify that you have the real deal is to weigh it -- it should...
    As Josh stated in the community timeline:

    "A 1943-S bronze cent, even in corroded condition or a very low grade, would still be worth several thousands of dollars. The best way to verify that you have the real deal is to weigh it -- it should weigh around 3.11 grams -- and make sure it does NOT stick to a magnet. If it does, it's made from steel and is worth 5 to 10 cents in poor condition. Sometimes the "3" and the "8" are confused by some people; on 1943 cents, the tail of the "3" is extra long.

    Please post any photos of your 1943 cent here and we'll be glad to help you verify it."
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  • For a common, circulated 1944 copper wheat penny you probably couldn't get much more than 10¢.

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  • It doesn't look like your $10 Indian Head is an S. You would see the mintmark on the coin and it would probably be printed in the sleeve. Look at the reverse of the coin to see if it has the "In God We Trust" motto or not.

    We would expect you...
    It doesn't look like your $10 Indian Head is an S. You would see the mintmark on the coin and it would probably be printed in the sleeve. Look at the reverse of the coin to see if it has the "In God We Trust" motto or not.

    We would expect you get around $700-$800 for the coin. Since it is unslabbed you are probably better off taking it to a coin dealer. The amount you get depends a lot on the condition which cannot be properly guesstimated from a photo.
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  • Dave, that's a nice set of coins to have inherited. You can find info on the US coins by following the corresponding links on our gold and coinvalues calculator pages.

    Here are the direct links:
    [*] 1934 Walking Liberty Half Dollar
    [*] 1953...
    Dave, that's a nice set of coins to have inherited. You can find info on the US coins by following the corresponding links on our gold and coinvalues calculator pages.

    Here are the direct links:
    [*] 1934 Walking Liberty Half Dollar
    [*] 1953 Washington Quarter
    [*] Standing Liberty Quarters (year illegible due to heavy wear)
    [*] 1907 Liberty Head $10 Gold Eagle
    [*] 1911 Indian Head $5 Half Eagle
    [*] 1908 Indian Head Gold $10 Eagle

    For the Israeli and British coin you would have to hope for someone with more knowledge to inform you better.
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  • As you can see in this article, 1943 steel Wheat Pennies are not worth much more than face value. Depending on how heavily circulated the coin is, you could get between 10¢ and $1.

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  • Streber, you are correct. PCGS and NGC are the most trusted and most abundant slabbers by a long shot. ANACS and ICG are the only other two respected graders, but with very little market share, and their coins are likely to be scrutinized beyond their certification. They both also tend to...

    Streber, you are correct. PCGS and NGC are the most trusted and most abundant slabbers by a long shot. ANACS and ICG are the only other two respected graders, but with very little market share, and their coins are likely to be scrutinized beyond their certification. They both also tend to over-grade and our experience shows that ANACS and ICG graded coins tend to be worth less than their PCGS and NGC counterparts.

    Without a doubt, to be on the safe side, PCGS and NGC are the way to go. Any certifications from graders other than the four mentioned can be considered basement slabbers and are not to be trusted.

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