June 2017

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#coin collectibles # Weekly Auction Board Arizona Coins and Collectibles is home to one of Southern Arizona s largest and best weekly bid boards, closing on Saturdays at 11:30 AM. For those unfamiliar with the bid board concept, simply put it is a silent auction, bidders using an assigned bidder number and writing their bid

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#like coins # Proof (PR) vs Proof Like (PL) 2015 March of Dimes Dollar SuperDave posted Oct 26, 2016 at 4:09 PM Could this be the 84 double ear? Handy man posted Oct 26, 2016 at 3:10 PM 1917 dd wheat penny. Handy man posted Oct 26, 2016 at 2:40 PM GTG: Palestine 1927 Souvenir

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#like coins # Counting United States Coins This Money Worksheet will produce problems with randomly generated coins using United States Money. You have the option to select any combination of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars for each new worksheet. The student will count the coins and write their answer to the right of

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#like coins # The first few hundred coins struck from a new (or newly polished) die will usually exhibit some degree of mirror, or prooflike (abbreviated as “P-L’) surface. The degree of prooflike surface may be noted in the grade description. (For example: MS-65, Prooflike. MS-65, deep mirror prooflike.) The degrees of P-L surface may

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#coins pennies # Finding Rare Pennies Rare pennies are easily split into two groups. Classic, spanning the years 1793 to 1954, and Modern, from 1955 to the present. Finding rare pennies in your box of old coins is. well, rare. However, don’t let that stop you from looking. Twenty different dates spanning the Classic years

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#like coins # Why do coins have ridges? Ever wonder why some coins have those little ridges along their sides? The answer goes back to 1792, when the Coinage Act established the U.S. Mint. That same act of legislation also specified that $10, $5 and $2.50 coins (known as eagles, half-eagles and quarter-eagles) were to

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#like coins # The first few hundred coins struck from a new (or newly polished) die will usually exhibit some degree of mirror, or prooflike (abbreviated as “P-L’) surface. The degree of prooflike surface may be noted in the grade description. (For example: MS-65, Prooflike. MS-65, deep mirror prooflike.) The degrees of P-L surface may

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#coin collectibles # Weekly Auction Board Arizona Coins and Collectibles is home to one of Southern Arizona s largest and best weekly bid boards, closing on Saturdays at 11:30 AM. For those unfamiliar with the bid board concept, simply put it is a silent auction, bidders using an assigned bidder number and writing their bid

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#certified coins # Certified Coins Certified Coins Certified coins, also known as slabbed coins or just slabs, are coins that have been graded by a third-party grading service. Once graded, the coin is sonically sealed in a tamper-evident plastic coin holder known as a slab. Certified coins can provide an extra measure of security when