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US0010-2015P-March-of-Dimes-Rev-Proof-10c.jpg - Image Courtesy of: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov

US0010-2015P-March-of-Dimes-Rev-Proof-10c.jpg - Image Courtesy of: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov

Scarce Egyptian Silver Coin 1920 AD or 1338 AH One Year Type 10 Piastres Sultan Fuad The First

Scarce Egyptian Silver Coin 1920 AD or 1338 AH One Year Type 10 Piastres Sultan Fuad The First

100% Rare Very Old Vintage 1935 1957 US Silver Certificate Lot Antique $2 Dollar http://spain-travel-now.info/sn/re/?query=331680824615 …

100% Rare Very Old Vintage 1935 1957 US Silver Certificate Lot Antique $2 Dollar http://spain-travel-now.info/sn/re/?query=331680824615 …

Country: United States                                                     Circulated: Yes Year: 1959 Certification: N / A Certificate Number: N / A Grade: N /

Country: United States Circulated: Yes Year: 1959 Certification: N / A Certificate Number: N / A Grade: N /

10 Valuable Coins That Might Be In Your Pocket - http://www.toptenz.net/10-valuable-coins-might-pocket.php

10 Valuable Coins That Might Be In Your Pocket - http://www.toptenz.net/10-valuable-coins-might-pocket.php

Seated Liberty Dimes -   1855 with Arrows at date Type 3 dime. All coins of this date and denomination were struck at the Philadelphia mint.

Seated Liberty Dimes - 1855 with Arrows at date Type 3 dime. All coins of this date and denomination were struck at the Philadelphia mint.

Olsen Specimen 1913 Liberty Head nickel - The 1913 Liberty Head nickel is an American five-cent piece which was produced in extremely limited quantities without the authority of the United States Mint, making it one of the best-known and most coveted rarities in American numismatics. The famous Olsen Specimen of this coin was sold at auction in 2010 for $3,737,500.00

Olsen Specimen 1913 Liberty Head nickel - The 1913 Liberty Head nickel is an American five-cent piece which was produced in extremely limited quantities without the authority of the United States Mint, making it one of the best-known and most coveted rarities in American numismatics. The famous Olsen Specimen of this coin was sold at auction in 2010 for $3,737,500.00

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