Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Thomas c, Oct 17, 2019.
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Impulse buys will almost always cost you money unless you don't care about the cost or already roughly know the value.
Learn to properly handle coins. Hopefully you learn this now and not when holding an $80 or $800 coin.
Proofs come in some form of holder and once out they are impaired and gain a chance the value goes down based on handling. That actually looks like a business strike to me, but I don't know much about Kennedys and not sure if they make S business strikes.
@Thomas c show us the edge so we can determine if it is silver or not.
Most likely from the oils on your hand
True worth? .50 IMHO
what does that mean?
If they were still in the packaging, around $7 and $14.
Since it is out of the packaging, you have to determine if it has been
circulated. If it has been circulated it is now an impaired proof, and
worth between face value .50 cents and a dollar to a collector.
If it is silver it will always have at least melt value, but I doubt it is
silver you can tell if the edge is copper or white, $6+.
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