Worth Keeping?

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Isaac Sasson, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. Isaac Sasson

    Isaac Sasson New Member

    I have a ton of Kennedy half dollars, Susan b. Anthony dollars, and 6 Eisenhower dollars. Worth keeping?
  2. Avatar

    Guest User Guest

    to hide this ad.

    AWORDCREATED Hardly Noticeable

    No, mail them to me in Flat rate boxes, I'll pay the shipping :)
    Isaac Sasson likes this.
  4. Isaac Sasson

    Isaac Sasson New Member

    Seriously. Are they worth more than I could cash them in in the bank for?
  5. TaborTot22

    TaborTot22 Well-Known Member

    It depends on the year and condition. Please post the years, mintmarks and/or pictures of the coins. Unless, they are silver or proofs or varieties, they are probably face value.
  6. digibyte

    digibyte Member

    I have a dozen Eisenhower, three high quality SBA and maybe 20 Kennedy's after '64. My dealer wasn't interested in them even in AU condition.
    Isaac Sasson likes this.
  7. coleguy

    coleguy Coin Collector

    If you're collecting for monetary value only, then you should already know the answer to your own question. If not, then it doesn't matter much.
    dsmith23 likes this.
  8. jallengomez

    jallengomez Cessna 152 Jockey

    Cash them in for dollar bills, and use the bills in a vending machine or wherever else you like to stick dollar bills.
  9. Any Kennedy half dated 1964-1970 will have some silver content and will be worth more than face value. Otherwise just spend them. I would check dates and varieties of the Ikes as well as potential silver content (look on edge of coin for solid silver coloring). Just spend the SBA dollars. TC
  10. Isaac Sasson

    Isaac Sasson New Member

  11. digibyte

    digibyte Member

    Mmmm, now that's an idea! I can think of something better than a vending machine. ;)

    AWORDCREATED Hardly Noticeable

Draft saved Draft deleted

Share This Page