Eisenhower dollar worth?

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  1. Real-Lucky

    Real-Lucky New Member

    I know this isn't the place to ask however i cant find information anywhere. How do i create a post?
     
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  3. thomas mozzillo

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    @Real-Lucky. Follow these steps:
    1-At the top or bottom of the page click on Forums
    2-From drop down menu choose the forum you want to post in (error coins, us coins, etc.)
    3-Lower right side in the blue box click on Create New Thread
    4-Create a Title
    5-In the space below that start typing whatever you want to discuss or you can ask a question
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  4. rosethe

    rosethe Junior Member

    My Father passed in 2001 as well. It was traded for new notes. I travelled a lot in the 90's and used T-lira paper money in Turkey. It was so difficult to figure out what was going on, they devalued so often.I would come back months or a couple years later and the money in my wallet was no good. I would literally have to count zeros on the notes so I wouldn't inadvertently give a billion lira note out for an ice cream (when it only cost one hundred million- lol) . Many countries, such as Italy and Mexico routinely did this. Mexico would just lop off some zeros off their money and suddenly the 50,000 peso note was considered 50 pesos.
     
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  5. rosethe

    rosethe Junior Member

    Yes, but the T Lira has been devalued numerous times since the notes you are holding.
     
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  7. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Go to google and enter "money exchange ( enter the largest city near by)" and see what you can find. I know nothing about the turkish lira and hope it hasn't changed the value of the lira he collected. Many Mexico Peso bills has been devalued several times by a factor of 100 or more. Don't wait until it or our currency makes a big change. IMO, Jim
     
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