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07 May 2022

Are these worth keeping

| user_39492

Hi all,these are just a few other coins I found in my grandfather's chest and wondered were they worth anything and should I keep them even though I'm committed to U.S. currency (coins).

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Jackson14

Level 4

Those are some nice coins!

user_39492

Level 3

I would like to thank you all for the comments posted about these coins, he had many others from around the world and on some of them they say they are 2.5 gr of silver. I will continue to study these and the others to learn the history behind them. I want to keep my focus on Morgan and Peace Dollars as well.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Yes, without a doubt, you can admire the beauty of the engraver's art, study the history they provide, and visit the countries if only through your research but maybe someday in person.

Long Beard

Level 5

Absolutely! And the best part, they hold a value far above the monetary. A really nice 1944 Swiss 1/2 Franc (third on the top).

Kepi

Level 6

Cool coins! I'd keep them just because your Grandpa collected them. Have fun in whatever you decide to collect! ; )

AC coin$

Level 6

Beautiful coins and great collection . Use an avatar My opinión . Thanks for sharing .

Longstrider

Level 6

I would keep them just because they were your Grandpa's. No mater anything else. Some of those are nice. keep them.

$tarCollector

Level 4

Most of those probably have silver. I would keep all of them.

user_39492

Level 3

Thanks for the info on these coins I had no idea about,you've been a big help.

Mike

Level 7

The dates of the coins and the other side would help. As much info as you have! .You have a Balboa coin a George the V coin a Cuban coin.. A I believe a German Mark. I'm sorry I don't recognize the others. Other people will. Some have books on world coins. Save them. .

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