Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Shawncie Jeannot, Jun 15, 2019.
I have these and i am not sure what to do now. Please advise anyone ?
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Looks like a nice selection of silver coins. We need better/closer picture to determine exactly what you have. What exactly is it you are trying to answer/accomplish?
Ooops, didn't see the survey. No!
No to getting them graded.
Hopefully these pic are better
No. You need pics like these..
And you really need to take them out of the plastic coin holders.
So far all I see are circulated and damaged silver coins.
That is a big question? Do you want to start a collection with them? Did you want to sell them ? It looks like you have some nice looking coins , although they do look like they have a fair bit of circulation wear. They are not worth the cost of grading seeing that they have as much wear as they have. Personally I would buy a Red Book do some reading and learn about the coins , there will be a value guide in the book that will give you an indication as to their value. There are also some online price guides that are free that will give you an approx. value . Keep in mind that the wear on the coins devalues them quite quickly. Please do not clean them with anything as that will also damage the coins . I am by no means an expert , but it is really a hard question to answer . Starting a coin collection can be lots of fun , but you have to have an interest in the coins to make it worth the time invested. Welcome to Coin Talk maybe others will have some ideas for you . Good luck with what ever you choose to do. Dillan
Welcome to Coin Talk. Buy a copy of the Red Book. If you have a coin with a date and mint mark that appears to be valuable then it may be worth the cost of having them graded. If they common dates it's probably not worth the cost of having them graded.
If you have rare dates, then those coins should be graded. Anything common in circulated grades does not need to be slabbed.
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