Newly discovered 5 cent 1867-1967 **looking for buyers/authenticators**

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Dougmills89
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Newly discovered 5 cent 1867-1967 **looking for buyers/authenticators**

Post by Dougmills89 » Sun Jun 07, 2020 5:22 pm

Hello my names doug and I'm new to this group and the coin collecting industry. I'm looking for graders/authenticators/buyers/dealers for I have a numerous amount of rare coins including this 5 cent contemporary coin with an extreme mint error. I've been obsessed for about a week now and still need to learn much more. But I have hundreds of lincoln pennies dating from the 1950 wheat cent up to 2019. Loads of old canadian coins including a 1933 dot penny, a new penny 1/2cent and 2 liberty quarters 1965s which I know all are valuable. Anyone interested in buying any of these?

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Bill in Burl
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Re: Newly discovered 5 cent 1867-1967 **looking for buyers/authenticators**

Post by Bill in Burl » Sun Jun 07, 2020 7:34 pm

When you take photos of individual coins, make sure that they are taken straight down (perpendicular) toward the coin. I see lots of coins and see nothing of any great (or even small) value. The date on the '67 5 cent looks very strange and I have no idea what the other depiction is that's on the reverse. The US coins and newer Canadian just look like pocket change.
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coinguy
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Re: Newly discovered 5 cent 1867-1967 **looking for buyers/authenticators**

Post by coinguy » Sun Jun 07, 2020 7:47 pm

Agree with Bill
I don't t really see anything that stands out in the pictures supplied. Most look like they are worth face value. If you have something you think is worth more, post separate photos of both sides and what your selling price is.

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Re: Newly discovered 5 cent 1867-1967 **looking for buyers/authenticators**

Post by troubadour » Mon Jun 08, 2020 5:43 pm

5 cents 1967 struck through grease. worth MAX $1.

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