Hey, the same thing just happened to me. I got back in the game just yesterday.Welcome back (It's Gray right?)
Dates of the dollars? Also mint marks (if before 1921 its under the eagle, 1921-1935 below the word ONE) will be needed. As for the half, it's 40%...
No, I still collect, I just stopped for a while.
Well, I would like pics of the edge to see if it's a "Magician's Coin" or just two coins stuck together. Sorry, not a lot of value either way
I think it's because copper is low priced, and people attach a premium so that they can actually make money.
If I were you, I wouldn't bother with copper bullion. Just go with 1959-82 cents instead, although you can't melt them. I've never seen copper...
Hey, do you remember what I collected? I honestly forgot.
Oh, er, uh, hi there.
Well then, just got back from the bank, and long story short, the teller had been looking out for me. Came home with a roll of '64 Halvers
Oh, uh, hey
Hey, I'm back (for a while at least), just got home with a roll 0f 90%er halve from a teller :D Is the gameroom still here?
I think I have to agree with Chris here, it looks awfully flat.
Also do not clean, polish, wipe, soak, or do anything to the coin.
Good that he is gone, but I have never heard of him. Can someone explain what he did exactly?
Wow, that is a nice coin you have there. The packaging is not something put on by the mint or some company, it is simply a holder commonly used by...
You must have done the date wrong, as this coin type was not produced until 1953. If you are counting from 1925 you need to count from 1953 instead.
The obverse legend reads "Louis XVI By the grace of god" in Latin I believe. I believe vinegar will reveal the date but it will very much damage...
It is nearly impossible to tell the date, but I can tell it is Showa era, so I will give you a guide to read it yourself.(It says to count from...
WOW! That is one monster 3 center! Congrats on winning!
I don't want it to go, but I think it probably needs too, or at least have a new composition and lower mintages
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