How do I find out how much my coin is worth?

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Valuation of a coin is impossible without a sound knowledge of the grading of coins. Coin valuations are an important part of getting an accurate assessment of what your coins are worth. Valuation of a coin depends on; its rarity, condition and current trends.
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Coins are generally unique to their country of origin. A United States penny is not the same as a British or Canadian penny. The coins of different nations come in a variety of denominations
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There are many different types of errors that can happen when a coin is struck. Most are very common and add nothing to the value of a coin, but some types of errors can be more valuable
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It depends on how good the coin looks. if its all old looking and gross, its not worth as much as it would be if it was cleaner. Also it depends on the date of the coin. older - more
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If your coin is in good condition and has a good rate of return you might find that it is worth something. Determining the history of the coin and it's market value can be found by consulting a coin value table. You can find more info at: www.us-coin-values-advisor.com
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