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  1. I got a small collection of old coins that came into my hands. I tried to ID and value them to best of my ability. In the end it seems like i don't have much of worth, but i figured i ask some professionals to see if i missed a diamond in the ruff. imgur.com/a/WX1SoxP
  2. Hi everyone. I'm new to the forum's and this is my first post, hope it's in the correct area! I have a fair sized Canadian penny collection, just missing an 1894, and I'm working on the different varieties of the different years. I have both the large and small 1920, and I came across an odd large 1920 at a junk sale, as you may see in the pictures, the middle coin is slightly smaller diameter than another large 1920 to it's left, it also has a very large raised edge as seen in the last picture. Any idea's on what I have here as I cannot find one like this listed in any guides or online anywhere? Thanks.
  3. As the title says, I have a Canadian 1$ bill from 1954, the serial number is 5000000, there is a fraction of the letters z and m in front of the serial number (Z/M). The signatures at the bottom are M. Beattie and H. Rasminsky. The banknote is in rough shape (obviously well-circulated): -There is a significant fold mark at the halfway point, and 2 less visible fold marks at the 1/4 and 3/4 points -It's gathered dirt and if it was circulated a lot, sweat too (The usual white around the edges has turned yellow) -One corner is folded, the others are slightly bent -Around the border there are some bends -On the reverse there is two clear liquid stains (saliva/rain???) If you prefer to see a picture: http://postimage.org/image/8upaizggx/ The picture was taken in an area without direct light...the yellowish color is really only present on the border. Could anyone give me an estimate on what it's worth? Cheers! -Jeremy
  4. So, I recently found a Canadian loonie with what I believe to be a mint made error. It appears as though after the loonie was made, it was put through the machine that makes toonies. I wonder if anyone might know anything about it, or know what it's value might be? Thanks for any help!
  5. Charlton Library Ed Desc by UGotaHaveArt, on Flickr This is a beautiful reference book with tons of useful information. On top of that it was signed by Mr. Charlton as a gift to Chuck Opitz. Mr. Opitz is famous for his work on the primative monies and has authored a number of books on subjects such as "An Ethnographic Study of Traditional Money" A great addition to anyone's library and extra special for collectors of Canadian Money. $25 including postage in the US. Non-US postage will be at cost. The book weighs about 2.5 pounds. This item will go to ebay on Thursday if not sold here.
  6. Hi, I have found a nickle on the streets and realized it has no face im wondering if its been scratched off or if it is print error, It is a 1972 nickle.Please give me any information or suggestions to find out if this is worth 5 cents or alot more... or if its just been destroyed.
  7. I found an 1876 Canadian penny. After looking on the internet I believe it is worth getting it graded. I have contacted a coin shop to see what they thing, but they have not responded. I have attached a photo of the coin. Does anyone know the best way to get it graded and is it worth it?
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