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Q: Subject: 1 OUNCE GOLD COIN CONTENT
I HAVE TWO ONE OUNCE GOLD COINS 1980 AND 1981 AMERICAN ARTS MEDALLIONS COMMEMORATIVES, COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT THEY WERE----WORTH THEN ---------- AND NOW I AM DOING THIS FOR A BUDDY THEY WOULDN'T TELL HIM AT THE MINT
<SHORTYSCHULTZ2@JUNO.COM> IF YOU COULD E MAIL ME I THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Q: Omar Harvey BUSINESS CONSULTANT
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Gold Masonic Medallion: Dr. Arthur Smith, nationally recognized economist, gave this medallion to me in 1970. Dr. Smith was not a Mason and I have no knowledge of how or when he acquired it. He was a coin collector and had a wide and valuable collection. His challenge to me was to find its source, apparently he had made cursory and unsuccessful probes.
The medallion is 18-carat gold (assayed by Everts Jewelers, Dallas, Texas), weighs 1.2 ounces, and is approximately 50 millimeters in diameter. It is in perfect condition except for a slight tinge where the assay was made.
On one side of the medallion is what appear to be three persons of Mexican origin. The square and compass appears to the right of the figures, and the border is a depiction of Masonic tools of the trade. On the medallion is printed Ala Masoneria Contenente Americana (Masons of the American Continent).
On the other side of the medallion appear what seem to be three persons of United States origin. A Mexican National has told me that the man in the middle is the first president of Mexico, and the other two are Thomas
Jefferson and Woodrow Wilson. On the border are the tools of Masonry as we know them in the States. On this side of the medallion is printed Libertad Igualdad Fraternidad (Liberty Equality Fraternity). I am interested in determining the source and value, of course, of the medallion. All leads will be appreciated. Please see the attached photographs for pictorial review.
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Q:HI, I PICK UP A RONALD REAGAN COM SET DEN PHIL MINT MARKS WITHGORBER CHEF AND PETE ROSE AND THE TITANIC PICTURED ON THE FACE IS THIS SET WORTH ANY VALUE 1985 <PeterFromNH@webtv.net>
Q:Subject: army navy coin we have a penney sized coin with "army navy 1863" stamped on it, can you give me more info?<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Q: : PATTERN COINS: I AM THINKING OF SELLING THESE COINS BUT HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY COULD BE WORTH. 1871 JUDD 1098 PCGS PR66 AND A 1869 JUDD 740 PCGS PR65 BOTH ARE QUARTERS THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP <LShemet465@aol.com>
Q: :Subject: U.S. Currency with printing mistakes, I have a number of new One-Dollar bills with consecutive serial numbers that have printing mistakes. Where can find the value of this type of item. <RLDFlorida@aol.com>
Q: I am looking for info on a black american 1943 penny. please forward all information to my mom's home e-mail; <email@example.com> thank you for assistance.
Q: I have a $10 note or stock from the New York Loan Company. The note reads "The New York Loan Company promise to pay the bear at their banking house in the city of New York Ten Dollars in one year from the date entered at 2 1/2% annum." This note is dated March 2nd 1838. I also have a three dollar state note from the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. This note is dated the second of July, 1780. I am interested in any History or information regarding these notes.<HTfbMIKE@aol.com>
Q: I have a coin that has a man in the middle of two women on one side and on the other it has 5 francs 1877 with a wreath around it. Is this worth anything and what kind of coin is it? and my second coin has a mans head facing to the right. Around the coin is says FRANCLIOS.I.D.G.AVSTRIAE IMPERATOR. On the back it has two birds facing away from each other with a shild between them and it says LOD.ILL.REX A.A.1878 HVNGAR.BOHEM.CAL. 1FL . Do you know what this is and how much it is worth? thank you, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Q: I would like to know how much a 1635 Spanish Doubloon is worth <email@example.com>
Q:To whom it may concern, I think that I understand what brockage is, but my understanding is that the two sides of the coin would be the same year, etc. I have a quarter that I think would be considered brockage but both sides are not the same year. One side is a 1981 quarter and the other side is a 1991 quarter. There are other differences also. I would like to know how this might have occurred and how much it might be worth.Thank you<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Q: Q; Hello and thanx in advance for your help. I'm alittle confused on coins listed as having no mint mark. If lets = say that a 1953s or 1973s penny is listed as having no mint mark. If the = mark is missing then how do you know its a 1953s or 1973s thats mising = it mark. Did they not make a 1953, 1973 penny with no mark or must all =
Answer: Armand G, Here is your answer cause your e-mail address keeps getting returned with errors, The coins they are talking about are in proof sets. The proof coins are = only made in San Fransco with the "S" mint and if the proof coin has no = "S" mint it was missing. sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I hope this helps
Q:Hi, my name is Dave and I recently found a dime dated from 1969 and it's dark brown. I'm not sure if it's copper or not but I used a jewelry cleaning solution to see if it was just dirty and it's not. It basically just looks like an old penny but it's the same size and design as a dime. Have you ever heard of these? I tried checking as many sites as I could and not a single one had anything about this coin. I hope you can shed some light on this. <ProphetBD@webtv.net>
Q: I have a coin that I found ion my apartment. It has a story about Theodore Roosevelt and I want to know if it is worth money. It is from the year 1901-1909 <LILENZ@aol.com>
Q: Recently a friend of my fathers passed away. While going through his belongings I came across a large box set. It was called "The J.F.K. Commemorative set". When you open the box up, there is a large Bronze head approx. 5" x 3" of Kennedy's profile. On each side of the profile is a gold coin dated 1964 and each coin is placed in a 24karat gold filagree setting. Each gold setting also contains 5 rubies, 5 emeralds, and 5 saphires for a total of 10 precious stones. There is a paper of Authenticity and there were supposed to be only 2000 per state issued. The set is numbered 412 of 2000 for the state of Minnesota. I was curious if you've ever seen something like this and if so, how much it would be worth?
The apartment where I discovered it was full of antique things, everything from old bottles to old swords, etc. He had no family and he left everything to my father as they've known each other almost 50 years. We've been trying to get an idea of what some of this stuff is worth. I've been suprised at just how much some of the old bottles are worth and this J.F.K. Set is really beautiful but it's impossible to find out it's value anywhere. Our local coin dealer has never seen one and couldn't begin to tell us the value. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you,<email@example.com>
Q: yes i have a two sided eagle quarter. Is it worth anything? <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Q: My aunt is tryilng to sell a Occupied Japan figurine. We need to know the value of this piece based on how much they usually go for. It appears to be a bud vase, about 4 inches tall. There is a woman dressed in 17th century European dress and the piece is hand painted. Any ideas? Thank you for your time,<Rblackcloud@aol.com>
Q: I was looking for the price of a 1983 P double die (Reverse) Roosevelt Dime in fine condition thank you <email@example.com>
Q: Subject: 1971 S Penny - Steel??
I have a 1971 S Penny that is silver in color. It looks like it is made from
steel like the 1943 steel cent. Does anyone know if this penny could be wroth something? It's condition is VF to low-grade Unc.<Todd.Allen@conaminsp.com>
Q: Hello, I have a coin just smaller than a current penny. On the front is as best I can tell an indian head with headdress, and 13 stars around the top. On the back is a sheild in the center that looks like what is found on the New Jersey penny. Around the top says union for ever and a date of 1864. Could you tell me anything about this coin. Thanks <ApbBMX@aol.com>
Q; I have a peny dated 1863 it has a flag on one side and reads the flag of our union and on the other says if anyone attempts to tear it down shot them on the spot and in the center it reads DIX. I havent ever seen one like this before nor have i found any info on it can you help me out?
Your help is greatly appreciated.Josh<Josh4555@webtv.net>
Q; Several years ago, I found an unusual 1974 quarter in my change. It appeared to be the same size, color, with the same design as all other '74 quarters BUT made out of a different material (a solf, lead-like material that can be bent). I put it in a safe deposit box. Now it is the color of lead. Can you help me determine what I have and a possible value?
Q: I would like to know more abt this coin......HISPAN.ET IND. REX.M.8R.F.M was imprinted on one side of the silver coin the other side DEI.GRATIA.1796.CAROLUS.IIII. WAS PRINTED... I would like to know the value of this coin....thanks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Q: I have a copper coin that shows a ship on one side with a date of 1841 with the words "Webster Credit Currency". The other side also shows a smaller ship with the words "Van Buren Metalic Currency" and is dated 1837. There is a small hole in the center of the coin. Please help me identify the coin and estimated value.
Thank you very much,Tom email: <email@example.com>
Q: I have what appears to be a cooper, not silver, nickel dated 1988? Is this worth any thing? <DORAP@aol.com>
Q: Ladies and Gents can you help me with more information on the 49ers "Then And Now",limited edition coin collection album 1994-1995. Thank you. e-mail <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Q: I have a 1830 half dollar coin in preatty good condition but i cant find any info on it please help
A; 1830 half is worth about $25.00 in good, $55.00 in very fine and $90.00 in extra fine condition total mintage for this coin is 4,764,800 pices
Q; To whom it may concern:
My mother recently sent me out to look for the price of a 1886 dollar I have not been able to find any information on it or how much it is worth. This coin Has the bust of an unknown person to us and around this bust it says E Plurbus Unum up towards the top and on the bottom it has the date that says 1886. On the back this coin Haas eagle that faces off to the left, above this eagle it says in God we trust and around the coin it says one dollar United States of America. Could you help me out please, if you could e-mail me some information about the coin and how much it is worth I would greatly
appreciate it.thank you
A; 1886 silver dollar is worth about $9.00 in very fine condition and $12.00 in almost uncirculated condition, There were 19,963,886 coins made that year
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