1776 20 D silver coin made into a necklace whats is it worth or anything about it????

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by countrygal, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. countrygal

    countrygal New Member

    I really need help have a 20 D 1776 silver coin with a women on front turned into a necklace, and I have no ideal whats it about or worth if anyone knows please let me know. Thank you very much
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  3. Hobo

    Hobo Squirrel Hater

    Welcome to CoinTalk.

    Please post a photo of your coin. We cannot tell you much about your find from only a vague description.

    It is highly doubtful it is a genuine US coin for several reasons:

    1) You say your coin is dated 1776. The US did not start minting coins until 1792.

    2) You say your coin has a denomination of "20D". The highest denomination silver US coin is $1.

    3) The US did not start minting a $20 coin until 1849. And it was a gold coin.

    4) The "dollar" denomination was not used on Colonial coinage.
  4. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    without a picture: nothing.

    Most likely, a cast copy.

    But, again, without a picture, value = Nada.
  5. Ripley

    Ripley Senior Member

    I think we were useing Brit, French and Spanish coins for trade at that time. Traci
  6. Gr8Luv72

    Gr8Luv72 New Member

    I too have a 1776 20 D........

    0210111419.jpg 0210111419a.jpg Here is the coin that I have, here are the pics.
  7. swhuck

    swhuck Junior Member

    Re: the photographed piece:

    Imitation of a twenty dollar gold piece, probably made within the last 20-30 years. Not an actual coin or numismatic item of any kind, and therefore zero numismatic value. Any value would be based on the jewelry value of the entire piece.
  8. coinmaster1

    coinmaster1 New Member

    it was probably made during the bicentennial year.
  9. 1997

    1997 New Member

    I agree with coinmaster1. I suggest googling it. Also try looking on ebay. Maybe worth something other than scrap.

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