What Is the Value of an Olympic Commemorative Coin?

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The value of a Olympic commemorative coin is still £.50. However, people are hoarding these coins. They hope that one day they will be a collectible item.
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The best thing to do is get the little red book of coins. A new edition comes out every year, and shows all recent coin values. You can also search online.
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1. Learn the composition of the coin. Some coins' value depends greatly on the metals that make up their composition. Prime examples are the golden eagle coins of various denominations
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1. Determine if the coin is an official U.S. Mint product. Look for telltale signs of validation such as the "In God We Trust" engraving if the coin was made after 1866,
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