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  1. Hello, This is my first post. I came across a Eisenhower Copper Bicentennial Dollar Coin. When I examined it there seems to be a mint mark but it's located under the bust but to the far Right, not closer to the left as it is seen in photos of the coin. Is this an error? I'm including a picture. It was part of a bag of 40 Eisenhower Dollar Coins I found while cleaning out my parents home.
  2. I have twelve of these, all different states. The edge says "24kt gold" followed by four symbols. I cannot make out all of them but there is a 76 and a P, both inside a square. The local gold buying place tested one and they it passed for 14k gold, not 24k. He couldn't find anything online about them so he didn't want to get involved. Anyone know what these are and why they're stamped 24k but testing as 14k? I believe his acid test because he rubbed the test stone with his own wedding band also and it yielded the same result as the coin. I'd love to know more about these because they are pretty nice.
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