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What is the value of a replica coin? by Vale
Credit for this post goes to Gary Replicas are not meant to be seen as a valued object, in terms of dollars. A very good replica provides the owner with an affordable copy with which to study first hand. They are usually the same size, and ...
The Prohibition by Donny
A reenactment of the St Valentine's Day Massacre by Chicago Police for the jury. Prohibition, or the 18th amendment to the US Constitution, was enacted in 1920 and it outlawed the sale, manufacture and transportation of alcoholic beverages. It ...

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I have a a copy of 1854 sanfrancisco california gold coin
by Abel027Miguel - 10 minutes ago
If it wasn't mentioned in their description, depending on where you bought it from and how you paid for it, you may be able to return the coins.
by Vale - 42 minutes ago
I have a gold $20 coin with copy.. How much is it worth? Its never been out of the case
by PhilnDan - 17 hours ago
Since there are only a few of them, there is no real market where you can compare prices. I think you'd simply have to offer it on one of the auction sites and see what you are offered. ...
by jade - 1 day ago
A copy and therefor doesn't worth more then face value.
by jade - 1 day ago
I just got a brand new 1849 liberty head double eagle replica still in the case, would it be wise to hold on to it and wait for the price of gold to go up or should I find some one who ...
by Guest - 2 days ago

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