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Bobbar
10-27-2009, 9:19 AM
looking for:
1942-1945 Nickel * $0.05 $0.9125
1916-1945 Mercury Dime $0.10 $1.1733
1946-1964 Roosevelt Dime $0.10 $1.1233
1932-1964 Quarter $0.25 $2.574
1916-1947 Half Dollar $0.50 $5.8667
1962 Franklin Half 1948-1963 Half Dollar $0.50 $5.8667
1964 Kennedy Half Dollar $0.50 $5.8667
1965-1970 Half Dollar (40% silver) $0.50 $2.3988
1878-1921 Morgan Dollar $1.00 $12.5453
1921-1935 Peace Dollar $1.00 $12.5453
1971-1976 Eisenhower Dollar (40% silver) $1.00 $5.1293




Want to deal in O.C but if u have a good itrader I will paypal you the money and you ship!

strangerdude
10-27-2009, 9:21 AM
I have the silver 1943 penny at my parents house, how much can that sell for?

RTE
10-27-2009, 9:18 PM
I have the silver 1943 penny at my parents house, how much can that sell for?

:D
You mean you have one of the 4 or do you have the 5th one known to exist?
they bring a 100% premiun (so figure about $1.00):D

I know your just joking but Seriously
If you had one you would know the worth and have a mean gun collection.

You would think Silver would be an upgrade to the steel they are made of.

jamesob
10-27-2009, 11:09 PM
I have the silver 1943 penny at my parents house, how much can that sell for?

i have one also. but mine is chrome.

Bobbar
10-28-2009, 8:57 AM
Sooo. Bump

strangerdude
10-28-2009, 10:33 AM
:D
You mean you have one of the 4 or do you have the 5th one known to exist?
they bring a 100% premiun (so figure about $1.00):D

I know your just joking but Seriously
If you had one you would know the worth and have a mean gun collection.

You would think Silver would be an upgrade to the steel they are made of.

Actually no not kidding, and there are tons of these silver pennies. During the war, copper was badly needed as a result steel(silver colored, coated with zinc) pennies were made. It's the copper pennies that are rare.

bohoki
10-28-2009, 10:50 AM
i thought the war pennies were steel

not zinc ,not silver, not chrome

i keep all my pre-82 pennies incase i ever get a jacket swager

i have one 1960 dime and a 1926 dollar coin the dollar coin is so heavy its hard to believe it is only 10 times heavier

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e366/bohoki/DCP_7607.jpg

caoboy
10-28-2009, 11:13 AM
I have one 1964 quarter, 1963 Nickel, 7 buffalo nickels, 8 wheat pennies, and 2 bicentennial quarters.

It's probably worth about $1.73. Maybe a little more.

My pop's has some dollar bills from 1932 in uncirculated condition, Only thing is, they are blue stamp, and last we checked were worth like 5 bucks.

wamphyri13
10-28-2009, 2:36 PM
I have a stack of what you seek. I will pm you tonight.
Ryan

Bobbar
10-29-2009, 7:36 AM
i thought the war pennies were steel

not zinc ,not silver, not chrome

i keep all my pre-82 pennies incase i ever get a jacket swager

i have one 1960 dime and a 1926 dollar coin the dollar coin is so heavy its hard to believe it is only 10 times heavier


were you looking to sell? or just showing off :) u want to sell those pennys???

wamphyri13
10-29-2009, 12:09 PM
I'm sorting and dating and stacking right now. Franklin's, Kennedy's, Roosevelt's, Mercury's, and buffalo/Indian nickles.
Ryan

ilbob
10-29-2009, 12:53 PM
i have one 1960 dime and a 1926 dollar coin the dollar coin is so heavy its hard to believe it is only 10 times heavier


A silver dollar weighs about 10.7 x as much as a silver dime. There is more silver in a silver dollar than there is a dollar's worth of subsidiary coinage.

Woodymyster
10-29-2009, 1:00 PM
If the orginal poster is looking for coins that contain silver just for the purpose of buying cheap silver without paying for premiums... Then I would also suggest he look into Canadian coins as they contain 80% silver till 1967. I suggest this because not many people collect Canadian coins and have no real idea of their value thus ending in good bargins for coins that contain silver.

Just my $.02 ( more like $.10 if you account for the price of copper in our pre 1982 pennies)

ilbob
10-30-2009, 3:45 AM
If the orginal poster is looking for coins that contain silver just for the purpose of buying cheap silver without paying for premiums... Then I would also suggest he look into Canadian coins as they contain 80% silver till 1967. I suggest this because not many people collect Canadian coins and have no real idea of their value thus ending in good bargins for coins that contain silver.

Just my $.02 ( more like $.10 if you account for the price of copper in our pre 1982 pennies)

1967 canadian dimes and quarters were made in both 80% and 50% silver. no easy way to tell which as they weigh the same.

joepamjohn
10-30-2009, 4:36 PM
I have a number of coins you may want. I will PM you.