Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Zako, Oct 16, 2019.
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How old is your home?
Is that Cent dirty? Rinse it with water for a possible date.
So good luck and keep swinging
That's a great story but who got that nickel and where is it today?
I kept it for a long time, about 50 years or more. I gave it to him a few years ago when he asked if I still had it. I know he will hand it down to his kids or grandkids.
That nickel is truly priceless. What a wonderful story.
Randy took the words out of my mouth when I scrolled down. The nickel is worth a whopping five cents but to you and your brother it's truly priceless. And the story gets better because you gave it to your brother. What a blessing!
Yes, and I tried to find one in similar condition to replace the one we found that was in my collection all those years. I did find one close.
Is that what started your collection?
Glad you did. It's a tough date.
At 5 years old my aunt gave me an 1885 and an 1883 W/O Cents Liberty Nickel. Got me started.
Here is a photo of it. It is a little better than the original.
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