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Removing Corrosion on Old Coins / Small Metal Objects: Last year in my town, there was a small construction site, and they ended up dumping loads of extra excavated dirt down a hill. My brother and I decided to explore and see if there were any Native American arrowheads that may have been dug up in the…
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This 1959-D Wheat Penny Is A Mule Coin Worth $50,000... See Why This Mule Error Coin Is So Rare And Valuable!
The 1959-D wheat penny is one of the most controversial mule coins ever. It's worth $50,000! Here's everything you could possibly want to know about the 1959-D penny error!
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Dateless Buffalo Nickels - How Much Are They Worth? See Why No-Date Buffalo Nickels Exist And How To Find The Date
There are millions of no-date Buffalo nickels out there. They were not made that way -- so why are they dateless? Here's how to tell the real date of a dateless Buffalo nickel?
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Ancient Greek coins of Alexander The Great of Macedon.
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These are the 20 most valuable pennies, and they are worth a combined $5.5 million.
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Lot of 50 Coins (1 ROLL) Average Circulated Indian Head Cent Pennies FREE SHIPPING by TheCurrencyKing on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/677985793/lot-of-50-coins-1-roll-average
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Ancient Chinese "cash" coin Americans, when asked about coins with holes in them, probably picture the old Chinese "cash" coins which are featured so prominently in Chinese-style decor. These coins had a square-shaped hole in the center, with Chinese characters around it. The United States has never had a coin with a hole in it, so it's not something we're used to seeing. Plenty of other countries, however, have had one or more of this type of coin (known as "holed coins" or "holey coins")…
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