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By: Duje
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Coins of the World
8 days ago
Post: 2653
Question: Value?

 
By: Ash Bash
8 days ago
Post: 2662
We generally don't evaluate large quantities of coins, nor add people on other websites/services.

From the photo provided there's a good chance alot of the coins are low value and not worth selling seperately.
 
By: Duje
8 days ago
Post: 2663
This is only small part. I have more but hard to show all of them.
But okay still thank you for the reply and your assistance so far. This site is the best I found and will be sure to reccomend it to any Coin collector I find!
 
By: Paul
8 days ago
Post: 2664
There is no easy way to evaluate a collection of coins. You must go through each coin on its own. There are a few general rules:

1. Coins made of silver and gold are always valuable due to precious metal content

2. Modern coins are almost alway worth face value

3. Coins that are damaged or cleaned are worth zero, unless silver or gold

4. Collections that do not have associated books, catalogs, inventories, and the like are simply accumulations, not collections, of coins. Accumulations are usually worth very little.

5. Coins that are loose, without holders (albums, cardboard, plastic) are accumulations and are worth very little
 
By: Paul
8 days ago
Post: 2665
Out CoinQuest web site is set up to make it easy to evaluate individual coins. Press the Coin Finder button and enter a very small amount of information about your coin. If you know the country and date, the Coin Finder will find your coin easily with that information only.

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