Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Adrian soto, Jun 13, 2018.
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It appears that you have just some normal wheat cents no key dates but there still fun to find no extra value. JMO
You could buy the group of 4 at a coin shop or coin show for 2 or 3 bucks in that condition. Nice coins to keep but they won't make you rich
Ok thanks so I'd get better use out of them if I just spent them?
Some/ all appear cleaned. If they weren't cleaned, as much as
.10 1934 not 1939
So are these in better condition 1946, 1958 D, 1959D, and 1969 s?
None of those have been cleaned I know this for a fact they have been in my possession for years! I'll just use them for pocket change thanks!
Thank you I have quite few and enjoy collecting them.
Do you have any family members or friends, particularly younger ones, that may enjoy old coins? Those would make a nice jump start for a new collector.
I didn't say that you cleaned them.
I said some/ all appear cleaned and that could have happened before you got them.
They have a cleaned look to them. If you have seen millions of coins, you can sort of tell when they have been cleaned or not.
That's why I'm saving them to give to my kids when I do have one.
Thank you for clarifying that I appreciate it.
These older ones in your original post are at least not so harshly cleaned as the newer set you posted later. They're not worth much, but are at least worth keeping, and more than one cent apiece.
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