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16 Aug 2016

My Trip To Charleston

Coins | Kid Morgans

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Hi everyone! So, the reason I haven't been adding to my blog, like I usually am, is because I have been visiting family in Charleston. But, it hasn't gotten between me and my coins! These are the things I bought:- An 1863 $2 certificate from the Planter's Bank of Georgia.- An 1863 $10 certificate from the Bank of Richmond, Virginia- An 1873 $10 certificate from the Bank of South Carolina- An 1812 Large Cent- An 1854 Large Cent- An 1835 Half Cent (Holed) If anyone could give me more information (Preferably the Half Cent or any Paper money because those are my first ones of them) that would be great! Thanks! Kid Morgans :)

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29 Jan 2016

Trade Dollar

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Does anyone know what a cheaper trade dollar would go for on (preferably) ebay? If it is $200, I'm a saint gaudens double eagle! Thanks! :)

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26 Jan 2016

Ounces and Ounces

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I have 3 1-ounce silver coins which I need to know what are worth because I have looked at at least 10 websites on silver which have been recently updated and they are at least $5 apart per ounce and I want to know if you guys know an exact price! :) ~ Kid Morgans

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26 Jan 2016

My Grandpa and the Expensive Paper Money

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TWICE my grandpa has had expensive paper money in his wallet and thought it was regular paper money...

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24 Jan 2016

Roll Hunting

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Roll hunting is great! You can make money by selling some expensive coins that the bank you get the rolls from think are just regular old everyday coins you'd find in your pocket ~ but you know better than them! I only search through nickels and I've found lots of great coins! In the FIRST rollI opened, one of the first coins I found was a 1939 nickel. And there is no risk! Thanks for reading! Bye!

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22 Jan 2016

Fake Morgans?

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I, Kid Morgans have a warning to coin dealers which probably you are not worried about anymore, but just in case, here it is...

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22 Jan 2016

Summer Seminar?

| Kid Morgans

Can someone please explain to me what the summer seminar is all about? I've heard so much about it, but I never found out what it was. Thanks!

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22 Jan 2016

Gold Coins

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I find it hard to belive that people used gold coins (especially $20 gold pieces) as money to buy stuff and act like it's no big deal that they have an ounce of gold in their pocket. I get that gold was not worth as much money as today and $20 was about $150 in today's money in 1890, but before the gold rush, Gold was scarcer than it is today.

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21 Jan 2016

Draped Bust Largies

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Draped bust large cents are extremely beautiful coins and the hair strokes on better ones can be very precise and lucius and they can be very inspirational, and on top of all that, they are worth a lot of money. But in the old days (like when people used large cents) people didn't care too much about the design, and some people could think they were annoying because of the bulkiness of them, but nowadays, numismatists know them as one of the most treasured coins n the USA.

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