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16 Aug 2016

My Trip To Charleston

Coins | Kid Morgans

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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 :)
 

Comments

CentSearcher

Level 5

No one may be reading this anymore, but I couldn't help but notice that you went to Charleston (I live a few hours away from there). Is there a good coin dealer there that you went to?

TheNumisMaster

Level 5

Nice work!

Most large cents from the 1830s and on are pretty common. I don't know about the notes.

Mike

Level 7

Common you can write a blog it's only been four years come on help us teach us.

coin collector

Level 4

enjoy

Kepi

Level 6

That's a great deal! Enjoy all the cool finds!

Conan Barbarian

Level 5

very cool. hope you enjoy the items

Thanks for sharing. I know many have already said this so I will just echo the same idea. It is all about condition. Thanks for sharing. Interesting blog.

Wow, that sounds interesting! You should post a picture of the new additions to your collection. I haven't started collecting dollar bills yet.

user_94464

Level 4

With some images, I might be able to eyeball the Sheldon variety of the half cent and large cent.

user_7180

Level 5

Everything depends upon condition. If you have photos we can all help you with feedback. They sound like nice acquisitions.

Kid Morgans

Level 4

Oh, these didn't come from a bank, it just said the name of that bank on the bills! -Kid Morgans

user_9073

Level 5

Well KM, If you what to know values for the stuff you listed, I would check the online archives of Heritage and Stack's Bowers. The have prices realized and photos of the items. Don't forget that the items they sell are slabbed and the price includes the buyer's fee, usually 15% to 17%. I am guessing you were in Charleston, SC (not Charleston, WV). Did you see any slave badges? Those are a numismatic favorite of mine in Charleston, SC.

ShriekenGriffon

Level 5

Howd you get all those bills from a bank? also cool other pickups!

Pliny The Elder

Level 5

Condition will determine the value, but with a holed coin the value is usually quite low.

Pliny The Elder

Level 5

I would not know about the deal, or pricing, but I love currency from the 1800's. Very nice pick up all at once, the large coppers too! Congratulations.

Mike

Level 7

Despite the value of all that you bought enjoy them. I like all of the epically the currency! I knew I forgot to add something. Anytime you bring anything home it's a good deal. Enjoy them mike.

"SUN"

Level 6

Interesting additions to your collection!

Mike

Level 7

I can't tell you everything is on condition that's the hobby. The counterfeit ten dollar bill you bought if it's modern you have to turn it into the bank. This is so the Secret service can investigate. Mike

Kid Morgans

Level 4

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Oh, sorry I forgot to say it all cost me a total of $116. Is that a good deal? Thanks! -Kid Morgans

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