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I have some old money. What is it worth?

I have a small collection of old and foreign money, and I wonder if it is worth anything. All money is American unless otherwise specified.

1941 wheat penny
1973 Canadian bill
2002 Bahamian bill
1976 bicentennial quarter
2000 Bahamian dime
two 1979 Susan B. Anthony dollars
1987 Bahamian dime

plus some Sacagawea dollar coins and stylized Jefferson nickels, but I think those are just worth face value
Oh, and… Continue reading

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 12, 2010 at 8:22 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 1941 wheat penny, bicentennial quarter, Dollar Coin, Dollar Coins, Face Value, foreign money, jefferson nickels, jfk, sacagawea dollar, Susan B Anthony

Coin Collection Help!! PLEASE!?

I need to know my coin collection worth… please help me out!
*If the coins have no country there american*

Republica Italliana L.200 (1992)R
2 Deutshe Mark (1974)G
Nickle V (1903)
Buffalo Nickel (????) ?
Indian Penny (1907)
Indian Penny (1896)
Un Peso (1962)
Peso (1982)
5 Pence (1992)
Canadian 25 Cents (1968)H
1 Cent Canada (1979)
1 Pening (1993)A
1 Cent Canada (1965)
1 Cent Canada (1979)… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 6, 2010 at 6:00 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 10 cent canadian coin 1867-1992, 1776, 1940, 1979 canadian nickel value, ben franklin, buffalo nickel, buffalo nickle, canada 1867, Coin Collection, Coins, deutsche mark, deutshe, Dollar Coin, fraternite, Golden Dollar, kroner, mercury, mercury dime, pence, singapore, walking liberty half dollar

questions on quebec and canada pllz! answer only if you can help.?

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(5 Points) How many parties are currently represented in Canada’s Parliament?

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Why do Canadians refer to their one-dollar coin as the loonie?

There is an image of the waterbird (the loon) minted on the coin.

Canadians do not like how their one-dollar coin looks.

A child gave the coin this nickname several years… Continue reading

6 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 17, 2010 at 5:25 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: Canada, canadians, Dollar Coin, english speakers, french speakers, french word, hand gestures, lacrosse, loon, loonie, national sports, nickname, parliament, soccer, waterbird

i am writing the question down?

the canadian one-dollar coin is a regular hendecagon. a)how many sides does this coin have? b)if each side is 7.9mm in length, what is the perimeter of the coin?… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 5, 2010 at 10:49 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 9mm, Dollar Coin, hendecagon, perimeter

What is the total number of sides on the loonies in the smallest non-trivial 6-pointed star?

A loonie is the Canadian 1 dollar coin which is not quite round, it is a hendecagon. There have been recent questions here about polygonal and stellar numbers, numbers of coins which can be arranged into filled-in polygons or stellated polygons (stars). Usually such arrangements begin with a single coin, the trivial case. I want a recognizable star, or what some might recognize as a snowflake pattern, so more that… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 1, 2010 at 4:41 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: anniversary, canada day, Coins, Dollar Coin, grand total, hendecagon, loonie, myanmar, photoshare, polygons, recognizable star, shaw, six pointed star, snowflake pattern, snowflakes, trivial case

How did Yahoo get this suggestion wrong?

When I asked:

"Why have the Canadians embraced their dollar coin (the loonie & the toonie), while in America it’s rarely used?"

Yahoo suggested this question belongs in the
"Society & Culture > Cultures & Groups > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered" category (Huh?!?)… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 18, 2010 at 2:20 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: amp, canadians, cultures, Dollar Coin, loonie, Yahoo

what are my coins worth?

i have found three coins one is a silver dollar coin dated 1776 to 1976 with eisenhower the second is a half dollar with kennedy on it, and the third is a canadian penny with queen elizabeth the II and dated 1776… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - May 12, 2010 at 4:43 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 1776, cache:g9wznndbio0j:canadian-coins.org/selling-gold-coins canadian queen elizabeth 11 pure nickel dollar 1976, Canadian Penny, Dollar Coin, eisenhower, Half Dollar, Queen Elizabeth, silver dollar, three coins

Why don't we stop using coins?

Coins are dirty, disgusting things. They are probably responsible for a significant amount of disease. Not only that, but they are heavy, and make my wallet feel like a tonne of bricks. I am a Canadian from Ottawa, and in case you didn’t know, we have a dollar and dollar coin-our lowest bill is the . Are coins so annoying to have in the U.S.? I know you’re highest coin… Continue reading

7 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - April 10, 2010 at 10:05 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: bricks, Coins, disgusting things, Dollar Coin, ottawa, tonne, wallet

Do you even know about Canadian monies?

Here:
the penny has a leaf on it, the nickel has a beaver, the dime has a sailboat, the quarter has a moose. The dollar coin (no bills anymore) has a loon on it (it’s called a loonie) and the coin has a polar bear on it. Now our bills have different colors: bill is blue, is purple, is green, is red, and the 0 is brown.… Continue reading

9 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - April 9, 2010 at 10:05 am

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: beaver, different colors, Dollar Coin, loon, loonie, moose, Nickel, Polar Bear, sailboat

How much does a 1914 CANADIAN Five dollar COIN worth today?

1914 canadian 5 dollar coin = ? $ today…

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - March 17, 2010 at 4:41 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: 1914, Dollar Coin

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