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Value and specification information is sourced from various locations, including United States coin and banknote literature, information provided by United States coin dealers, resource websites, and of course, asking price for online sales by reputable American coin and banknote dealers.     (excluding auction, or amatuer / semi-professional dealers).


All values are based on what you might expect to pay to buy a U.S. coin or note from a reputable dealer, expressed in U.S. dollars, and are based on the grading system identified on the particular resource page. Many factors affect value aside from grade.     For the purposes of our estimated values, we assume that the coin or note has no other detractors, and is a solid example in natural condition of the grade expressed.

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