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    Posted: 30 Aug 2006 at 6:05am
hello evrey body I have a bunch of coins but i have no Idea of the value  maybe you experts could help me out? Im Going to name some of them  that i think has any value.
-One is a Eisenhower Bicentennial Dollar from 1776-1976 and it has a liberty bell on the back 
-Another one is Canadian 1993 5 dollars fine silver 1 oz  and its 9999
- A canadian quarter with a jaguar on the front and tthe dates are 1867-1967.
 
thanks If ANY BODY could tell me ANYTHING about these 3 coins it would be appreciated I would also like to know the value
 
-thanks
nick


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-About your Eisenhower Bicentennial dollar: you didn't mention if it is a silver coin or the regular copper-nickel clad copper-coin. If it is the regular not-silver coin, it is only worth something more than nominal value as still is in Mint state. If it is a silver coin, catalog values in my Krause are 14 $ for MS-63 or 12.50 for a Prf-65.
-The Canadian 1993 5 $ 1 oz silver is a silver bullion coin and as such worth the silver value, which is at the moment about between 9 and 10 US$. Mintage for 1993 is 889,946. This coin is called a silver Maple Leaf.
-Your Canadian quarter is a coin which was issued in a series commemorating the Centennial of the Canadian Confederation. Th 1 cent shows a dove, the 5 cents a rabbit, the 10 cents a maquerel, the 25 cents a jaguar, the 50 cents a dog and the dollar a flying goose.
The mintage for your quarter is 48,855,500 and catalog value is discribed as XF: bullion value; MS-60: 1 US$; MS-63: 1.75 US$
 
I hope this gives you an idea.
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OK to make this simple.

The Eisenhower is a common coin. If it is from pocket change it is probably only worth a little more than a dollar. If you sold it to a coin dealer they would only pay $1.

The 1993 silver coin is worth the price of silver. Currently about $12 an ounce

If the jag quarter looks new it is worth about 50 cents to 1 dollar. If it looks used then it is worth 25 cents.

Hope this helps.
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BECOKA i pmed you  saying thank you but you might not have got it basicly it said thanks for putting it in words i could under stand
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