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Mystery of 1933 penny: Britain's rarest coin valued at £80,000 offered on eBay then suddenly withdrawn

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A wonderful site and the best part its FREE yes FREE you dont have to buy a book to find out the values of your old coins.

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Viking silver treasure hoard worth £1m unearthed after 1,000 years

Viking Silver jewelry: The highlight of the collection is an intricately carved silver cup, estimated to be worth more than £200,000. It contains 617coins and various silver fragments, ingots and rings. Some of the pieces were from as far away as Afghanistan. The treasure is believed to have belonged to a rich Viking who buried it during the unrest following the conquest of the Viking kingdom of Northumbria in 927 by the Anglo-Saxon king Athelstan. The hoard was purchased by 2 British…

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A list of the most valuable silver dollars - including Morgan dollars, Peace dollars, and Eisenhower dollars.

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1965 SILVER dime VERY rare. $9000.00 These 5 coins most vaulable but LOTS of error coins to look for and collect !

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Pre 1965 US mint silver coins. Maybe one of your best investments. Some of your savings should be stored in US minted silver change, available from coin dealers in various quantities, ie 100 oz silver or hundred dollar face value bags. Because of the recognition and denomination sizes (dimes, quarters and half dollars) they are better than 1 oz American Eagle Silver coins for your smaller day to day retail business transactions--should the need arise.

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Edward VI crown. n 1551 Edward VI issued a large silver coin of the value of five shillings and as its currency value was the same as that of the gold crown it took its name from that coin. Both gold and silver crowns continued to be struck concurrently until early in the reign of Charles II, when minting of the gold crown ceased.