where can i redeem my loose coins for dollars bill?

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Answered: Where can I go to get the real value of my coin ...

Depends on where you live. In S. Florida you can go to Gables Coin & Stamp Store located in Coral Gables, Florida 1-305-446-0032, their prices are the best. Or you can contact Jewelry Express Inc. 954-630-1385, they buy coins and are located in Broward County.

Answered: Buying dollar bills

Yes, buy Dollar Bills. I sell them for a Dollar each. Everyone loves American DOLLAR BILLS! I am a collector.
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Dave Undis. Hello. I was wondering if you still by dollar bills that have

I think Dave went to live in the "Funny Farm" after he started with the radar dollar bills.

Redeem gift card 07675003710 308432 26468 1157425 9---- value

O for crying out loud! How are we supposed to know?

What is America's first silver dollar dated 1788 worth

No such coin... The first silver dollars - and the first silver half dollars - were delivered on the same day, October 15, 1794. Chief coiner Henry Voigt was responsible for 5,300 ... and its worth at least $37,500 and as high as $650,000 depending on the condiction of the coin.

Where can i find one

The coin you are looking for is an EISENHOWER dollar, or sometimes called an IKE dollar. Check with your local banks, they get them all the time. You can usually get them from your bank for $1