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So I'm not surprised! Fm $25 to Zip
Posted by: Dancer
Date: October 20, 2018 05:00AM
So cleaning quarter's, found a 1957 Spain 5 Ptas coin mixed in. Been replaced by the Euro. So looked it up. Mint shape, $25, Circulated $4
Dug , Zip. I mean probably worthless in Spain too. Any one ever find a foreign dug coin worth anything? I'm sure someone has.
I see some guys fine lots of them on vacation.

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Re: So I'm not surprised! Fm $25 to Zip
Posted by: REVIER
Date: October 20, 2018 10:59AM
I found this thick pound coin in a park in Kansas.
Still worth a pound, $1.31 in our money.



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Re: So I'm not surprised! Fm $25 to Zip
Posted by: Dancer
Date: October 20, 2018 03:47PM
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REVIER
I found this thick pound coin in a park in Kansas.
Still worth a pound, $1.31 in our money.

Now that's a goody Revier !
Dancer

Re: So I'm not surprised! Fm $25 to Zip
Posted by: GeorgeinSC
Date: October 21, 2018 08:41AM
I found a 20 centavos coin from the Philippines. 1941 minted in Manila and found it in Wv. . It is silver so it does have a little bit of value. I knew immediately what I had as I have a 1945 20 centavos that I picked up in Manila. It was minted in Denver. Both say United States Of America on them. The other foreign coins I have found might be worth face value in the country of origin.



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