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13 Oct 2014

Cvil War Bill

Coins-United States | IloveSilver

When I was at Gettysburg, Pa I bought a confederate civil war bill. It has a picture of a bill on one side. The other side is blank. It only coast me 12.00 dollars! Itwas worth half a dollar! I am glad I got this bill.

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13 Oct 2014

Silver Nickel Found

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      One day l bought a bunch of rolls of nickels. So I was searching through some rolls and than I came across a nickel. I asked my dad what year it was and he said it was silver. I know the years of silver nickels but I could not see a date on it. He told me he knew that it was silver because the mint mark was above Monticello. That was my first time finding a silver coin in public!

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16 Jul 2014

Cool finding

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My brother is an ANA member as well as I am.  He has had some amazing findings.  Once he had found a poof coin in a roll.  Another time he found a silver dime in change.  The last amazing find was a silver quarter in a roll!  These are some amazing finds.

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15 Jul 2014

5 cool coins

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Some cool coins are 1. Morgan Dollar  2.  Ben Half Dollars 3.  Standing Liberty Quarters 4. unc. silver Washingtons 5. Mercury Dimes p.s these are not in order 

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14 Jul 2014

a widely collected coin, buffolo nickel

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    Greetings, I am a young numismatist.  The buffalo nickel is a widely collected coin.  Some of the key dates are 1912s, 1913s variety 2, 1915s, 1921s so on.  The designer was James  Earle Fraser.  James used three different models of Indians to create this.  There were three mints producing this coin the Philadelphia mint, Denver mint and the San Francisco mint.     

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