10 thoughts on “Earn To Die 2013 Hack

  1. ibjammin44

    I’m just wondering what coins that have been released in the past 20 or 30 years starting from today should you be on the look out for? The whole USA quarter collection must be worth something several years from now?

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  2. lcollier93sbcglobalnet

    I have a collection of 1ps, 2ps, 10ps, 20ps, and 50ps plus a few pounds coins, but I’d like to turn all my coins into notes at the bank but I have never done it before and a tad unsure.

    Thanks in advance!

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  3. Myles

    I’ve got a small collection of silver coins from various countries, all from the 20th century. I’ve no idea if they’re worth anything or not, but it would be good to find out.

    I tried searching on Google for coin prices, but I just got the same few sites over and over, which were pretty useless.

    Is there a catalogue or something out there with guideline prices for coins?

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  4. Chris R

    I got some old coins, pretty much, about a hundred plus. Some of them are old, more than 100 years old. How do i keep them in good condition? I dont have coin folder. Is it okay if i just put them all in a glass jar? I thought of warping it with plastic wraps, those for food. Will it damage the coin if i wrap it? Help! Thanks! :)

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  5. Moore, Ron

    I have 100’s of old coins and was wondering what the best way is to sell them figuring I don’t know anything.Is it generally safe to drop them off at a reputable coin shop to be appraised? I don’t know muchabout coins and grading,

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  6. Andre

    What present day coins (such as the dates 2010, 2011, 2012, and so on) will probably be worth somthing in the future? I just want to know so I can start saving and collecting them. Thanks for your help.

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  7. Lucas H

    Some coins and banknotes have unusual denominations. For example, there are coins of 4 doubles and 8 doubles in Guernesey, coins of 4 taris in Sicilia, 6 roubles, 15 kopecks, there are banknotes of 3 roubles. These values (4, 6, 8 and 15) are not common for coins and 3 is not common for a banknote. Do you know other coins and notes with odd denominations?

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