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(3)This cent was badly damaged after it entered circulation. It's not an error.
(4)Amazon or any coin shop. In a message dated 5/24/2017 4:18:46 P.M. Central Daylight Time, email@example.com writes: where can I find
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(3)I have five Indian head cents from 1887 to 1904.There are much value to them unless they are XF or UNC. Would I be correct in assuming that I need to grade
(14)What you can do as well is use a currency converter on-line if your looking at selling your foreign coinage. I use this for day to day conversions with world
(11)... On Tue, 5/9/17, firstname.lastname@example.org [errorcoininformationexchange] wrote: Subject: Re: [Error Coin
(7)Thank you for the good advice. I think I need a better microscope if I'm going to keep searching for variety. I do have some others that are a mystery. I will
(6)Thanks, Mike D. Fred W. suggests the "Mega Red Book" Deluxe Edition published by Whitman. The 2018 Mega Red 3rd Edition (Expanded Deluxe) is newly available.
(14)I found that today when i wasIteying to take better pictures but i will be going threw them all now to see if indeed is a genuine error or not. So ill let you
(4)In my opinion selling on eBay would probably get you about $20-$25 each Sent from my iPhone
(3)Can't be certain without photos, but it sounds like the digit is damaged from a contact hit - it does not sound like any type of error.
(10)Ok thank you.
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