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  • Hello, Matt --

    A well-circulated 1898 Indian Head cent is generally worth $1 to $3. The better the condition, the higher the value, with uncirculated pieces going for $50 or more.

    Best,
    Josh

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  • Hi, Matt!

    A circulate 1942-S Lincoln cent is worth about 5 to 10 cents.

    Best wishes,
    Josh

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  • Awesome, Streber!

    Thank you for letting us know the site is helpful. Yes, you're exactly right, premiums have come down since the 1990s on almost all pre-1933 US gold coins. How low will they go? That's anybody's guess, but the market shift is happening...

    Best wishes,
    Josh

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  • Hello, Cecil --

    While we can't provide investment advice, per se, we can say that the bullion market has been on a general price incline over the past two to three years since late 2015, when silver and gold prices hit their lowest prices in years. Bear in mind, bullion prices are no where near...

    Hello, Cecil --

    While we can't provide investment advice, per se, we can say that the bullion market has been on a general price incline over the past two to three years since late 2015, when silver and gold prices hit their lowest prices in years. Bear in mind, bullion prices are no where near their nominal price highs of 2011/12 or their inflation-adjusted peak in 1980, but the market seems healthy and may offer great investment potential in the year ahead.

    Fingers crossed for you,
    Josh

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  • Missy,

    THANK YOU for the photos! I'd rather receive more than less, so this is very helpful. This 1893-O Barber half dollar seems to have suffered the same fate as your 1940 Washington quarter... A punch to the surface. It's a scarcer issue......
    Missy,

    THANK YOU for the photos! I'd rather receive more than less, so this is very helpful. This 1893-O Barber half dollar seems to have suffered the same fate as your 1940 Washington quarter... A punch to the surface. It's a scarcer issue... I'd peg its value at around $15 to $20, more or less, even in this condition.

    Nice find,
    Josh
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  • Hi, Missy --

    Thank you for providing the helpful photographs. This 1940 quarter was hit with a sharp, pointed object of some kind after it left the U.S. Mint. Despite the blunt-force damage, the coin is still worth around $3.50 for its silver...
    Hi, Missy --

    Thank you for providing the helpful photographs. This 1940 quarter was hit with a sharp, pointed object of some kind after it left the U.S. Mint. Despite the blunt-force damage, the coin is still worth around $3.50 for its silver metal content.

    Best wishes,
    Josh
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  • Hi, Ken --

    If you found it in pocket change, it's most likely a Philadelphia 1968 Roosevelt dime, which would not have a mintmark. However, if you upload a photo I'll be glad to look at the surfaces of the coin and determine if it's the 1968 no-S proof Roosevelt dime.

    Best wishes,
    Josh

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  • Morgan dollars are among the most popular United States coins around, and they are found in the collections of countless collectors new and seasoned alike. Most Morgan dollars are relatively common and circulated examples are often worth little more ...
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