1776 continental currency

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Rod R R, May 4, 2006.

  1. Rod R R

    Rod R R New Member

    This is a pewter dollar 1776 sun dial on one side and13 circles on the other side in the middle it says (we are one) around it says american congress
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  3. Rod R R

    Rod R R New Member

    what is this coin worth
  4. Rod R R

    Rod R R New Member

    also on the front of the coin it says FUGIO
  5. AnemicOak

    AnemicOak Coin Hoarder

    Depending on variety, condition & stuff could be $5,000 to $50,000 or more. That is provided it is real & not one of the many fakes.
  6. Krasnaya Vityaz

    Krasnaya Vityaz Always Right

    There are many many fakes of this, a lot of them were made during the time of the Bicentennial in the USA
  7. foundinrolls

    foundinrolls Roll Searching Enthusiast

    Depending upon when the fake was manufactured, it may even have the word copy on it. Sometimes the word is in the ring around the edge of the sundial. It can also be found in one of the rings that has the states names in them. Again, those would be made after it was required to put the word COPY on replicas. Prior to that, it was not required. see this link about the Hobby Protection Act, enacted Nov.29, 1973

  8. De Orc

    De Orc Well-Known Member

    Hi guy's on a slightly different note does anyone have any links to some good pics of the Continental Curency? I would love to have a look at some as I have never seen any LOL

    De Orc :kewl:
  9. AnemicOak

    AnemicOak Coin Hoarder

  10. De Orc

    De Orc Well-Known Member

    Thanks for those Brian very interesting read & great looking coins :thumb:

    De Orc :D
  11. Jody1590

    Jody1590 Junior Member

    hey as u can tell im new here but i have a coin that looks like this but im unsure if its real or fake. On the coin i have i can't make out what it says on the 13 rings around the circle in the middle that says "American Congress" and "We are one". I have a slight feeling its a fake but i can't tell. I have no experience in these type coins so I must turn this over to you guys. Is there any sure fire way to determine if it is real or fake. Im a little unsure of its texture as it is incredibly smooth. And like I said earlier i can barely make out the writting on it.
  12. starwarsfreak

    starwarsfreak Senior Member

    Get us a picture when you can, and we can help you out a lot easier.

  13. Jody1590

    Jody1590 Junior Member

    Ok here are some pictures. The quality on my camera isn't great but it gets the job done.





    The first picture got messed up but i liked the angle and that was the best i could get.
  14. gxseries

    gxseries Coin Collector

    Seems like a cast fake.
  15. Jody1590

    Jody1590 Junior Member

    Awww don't tell me that heh. I really was hoping this was real as it would start off my collection. But if it is then it is i can't do nothing about it but i would like to find away to get one of these.
  16. tdec1000

    tdec1000 Coin Rich, Money Poor :D

    The real coin should be brown, not silver.
  17. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    I think you're confusing your coins - THESE were silver. THESE were copper.
  18. Jody1590

    Jody1590 Junior Member

    So does anyone have a sure fire answer for this coin or how i would get a real one just like this one. I really like old US coins and this is considered a very old US coin in my book.
  19. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Sure, but I hope you've got deep pockets. Some of the varieties can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    Just contact these folks - American Numismatic Rarities - I'm quite sure they'll be able to help you out ;)
  20. The_Cave_Troll

    The_Cave_Troll The Coin Troll

    The sure fire answer is that yours is not genuine. Doug's suggestion of ANR is a good one if you are looking for an authentic piece.
  21. empiremg

    empiremg New Member

    here is a picture of my coin let me know what you think

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