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Same deal as my other post - I need to sell these but don't know anything about them, and I can't post pics until tonight. Any comments or offers?

 

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The 1918 50 centimes is pretty common, but does have just about as much silver content as a US dime.

 

The Halfcrown dated 1928 is .500 fine and has .2273 oz of silver in it. I have quite a few of these old halfcrowns that I bought for melt only. Right now they are worth $3.18 melt, and would retail at about $3.75-$4.00

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