Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Itiswhatitis, Feb 12, 2020.
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It's unfortunate that some people post coins with machine doubling on them giving others the impression that it is worth something when, in fact, it is the worthless form of doubling. Machine doubling adds no value to the coin!
Also, that is not a die error on the date. It is just circulation damage.
Your '67 Kennedy is 40% silver, and it contains .1479 ounces which is worth about $2.50. It will probably cost you more in fees to list it on eBay than it is worth.
You really need to learn more about numismatics before you try to sell coins. You'll just make yourself look foolish. ~ Chris
Your first post is correct. Your title is all wrong. Double check your titles before creating the thread.. Slow down.
3) not necessary
So, I voted ?
then it certainly is an error , though worth 12.5 cents ...
Although, I'm totally confused ....
Kennety = Kennedy spelled e-d-u-c-a-t-i-o-n-l-e-s-s
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