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Removing Corrosion on Old Coins / Small Metal Objects: Last year in my town, there was a small construction site, and they ended up dumping loads of extra excavated dirt down a hill. My brother and I decided to explore and see if there were any Native American arrowheads that may have been dug up in the…

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Coins are Graded on A Numeric Scale from 1 – 70 Called The Sheldon Scale of Coin Grading. Below are Some Sample Coins on A Variety of Grades for The Washington Quarter. Below That Is A Table That Shows The Grading Scale, Abbreviations, and Description of Each State. Sheldon Coin Grading Scale At the heart of finding quality coins and getting a good deal is understanding how to grade coins. Half science half art, the skill of grading coins can be learned with time and use. The only way to get…

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Collecting coins can be a lucrative investment. If you have a collection and are looking to cash in, follow along for where to sell old coins. #collection #coincollection #sellingcoins #alternativeinvestment

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The 100-Year-Old Coin Collection guarantees the four-coin set to be at least one century old. The collection contains an Indian Head Penny minted from 1858 to 1909 designed by James B. Longacre, a Liberty Nickel minted from 1883 to 1912, a Silver Barber Dime minted from 1892 to 1916 and a Silver Barber Quarter minted 1892 to 1916 all three designed by Charles E. Barber. This century-old collection is displayed in a sonically sealed protective acrylic case. PRODUCT DETAILS: Dimensions: 5 3/8"…

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American history shines in our rare and classic US coin collection. Both the Indian Head Penny (1859-1909) and the Buffalo nickel (1913-1938) commemorate our country's westward expansion with Native American obverse. The Liberty Head Nickel (1883-1912) honored our original Colonies with 13 raised stars. The silver Mercury dime (1916-1945) symbolized the freedom of thought cherished by our great nation. And the Lincoln steel penny was minted only in 1943 to conserve copper for World War II…

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