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13 Sep 2021

1969 D Dollar Bill

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A few days ago I was searching through my wallet and found a 1969 D one dollar bill. It looked like crisp uncirculated, with no folds, graffiti, rounded corners, and is firm with original sheen. I don't know how it ended up in my wallet, because it looks like it was just printed. I looked it up in my OUTDATED book from 2013 and it says it's worth $7.00. I just looked it up on google and it said somewhere around $8.50. So if you look at every coin you get, look at your bills too!

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08 Sep 2021

American Innovation One Dollar Program

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Hi everyone. I have decided to start collecting American Innovation one dollar coins. But not from the U.S. Mint. Way too expensive. Instead, I'm getting them for around $2.50 apiece from ebay. I'm getting them all from the Philadelphia mint. The American Innovation dollar program is a nice program to start collecting coins from! They are also not too expensive, so you can afford them.

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31 Aug 2021

CONECA

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Hi everyone. I just joined CONECA, and I need some tips on how to use the website. Can you follow people like on the ANA? How do you get signed up for the magazine? What do you recommend doing on CONECA? Also, how do you pronounce it? Like cone and eeka? Please give me some comments below!

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09 Aug 2021

Coins I got

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I went to CA and my grandma gave me and my brother some coins. She had a half dollar folder halfway filled up, a Sacagawea folder, and a nickel folder. The half dollar folder had two proof half dollars! Also, she had a Chinese dragon dollar, but we can't figure out the date. It can sell for $3,500 but might be fake. I hope it's not! When I went to California, I didn't bring my laptop so that's why I haven't been on lately.

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10 Jul 2021

I'm Back!

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Hi everyone. I haven't been on ANA for 2 weeks because I went away to sleepaway camp. I forgot to tell everyone that. But I'm back. I might not be on that much in the summer. And I forget how to make forums. How do you do that again?-CC7777

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14 Jun 2021

Whitman Folders

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If you get a Red Book and you want to get the free thing in the back of the book, be prepared to wait. A long time. Filling the card out is pretty simple, and postage is free if you send it in the U.S. When you send it, it takes like a month to arrive to it's destination if you live far-ish away. Then, It takes around 1 or 2 months for whatever you are trying to get to come back to you. It says "please allow 4 to 6 weeks for shipping" or something like that, but it takes way longer. So if you need the free thing in the back of the Red Book, get it online or somewhere faster, don't wait for it. P.S. I'm still waiting for the other thing to come back.

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01 May 2021

Possible New Auction Record!

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When the May edition of The Numismatistcame, I read somewhere that the guy (Weitzman) who owns the 1933 double eagle is going to auction it. It also said he is going to auction the rarest stamp in the world, and another rare stamp. People estimate that the double eagle will sell for 10 to 15 million dollars, breaking the auction record. It will take place on June 8. Weitzman is 79 years old. He said: "No one takes a U-Haul to the cemetery." He says he's going to donate the proceeds to various charities.

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30 Apr 2021

2021 Morgan Dollar

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For this blog, I will be talking about the expensiveness of the 2021 Morgan dollar. First of all, I don't think I will be able to buy it without complete satisfaction because the silver value is (I'm pretty sure) literally worth like less than $20. The U.S. Mint is going to sell them for $85 (according to Google). $65 for what? The rest of the metal in the coin? The design? Is it high relief? Or does the U.S. Mint want to make money even though they'd probably make more if they sold it for like $75 or something? My conclusion: the U.S. Mint is WAY too overpriced.

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17 Apr 2021

Would Coins Be Worth Anything If Nobody Collected Them?

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Yesterday, I was on a Facetime call with my grandma and grandpa. My grandma thought that if nobody collected coins, then there wouldn't really be a value for collectible coins. We collectors only make them valuable. For example, if only two people collected coins, and they had all of the 1913 Liberty nickels, then they wouldn't sell them for a good price to each other because they were not in high demand. They would sell them for like a dollar. But since there are a lot of collectors that want them, and there is a low mintage of them, that makes the 1913 Liberty nickels rare. So if there were not any coin collectors, coins would only really be worth their melt value.Thanks for reading!P.S. My grandma had a Morgan and a Peace dollar, the Morgan a 1896 P dollar, and the Peace was I think a 1923. I was hoping that the 1896 had an S mintmark, but it didn't. It looked like it was in AU. (She sent me a picture.)

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16 Apr 2021

How I Got Interested In Numismatics

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This is how I got interested in Numismatics. One time two relatives came over to our house to visit us. One of them told us about the 1943 copper penny. Me and my brother thought we could find one in circulation. We didn't know there were only like 21 or so minted. I knew I had a 1946 wheat cent, so I looked up how much it costed. I thought $42,000 or whatever. We kept on searching. Then suddenly, we stopped searching. About a year later, we started again. We just couldn't resist it. Later, we found out we couldn't find a 1943 copper sent, so we just started collecting. Then we went to a coin store. I'd say we spent around an hour there, and we didn't get anything. Next time we went, we got some stuff. Then we get more and more interested in coin collecting, and we get better and better. Suddenly, I just started looking under my mom and dad's bed, and guess what I found? Two 1994 World Cup Proof and Uncirculated sets! I was so excited and showed my brother. We looked up how much the gold coins were worth, and bragged that we had real gold coins (made of some silver and I think some nickel). After that, I went to some more coin stores. And bought a lot of coins. I think I spent over $600 on coins! We are here now (or at least I am lol).

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