11 thoughts on “Reign of Dragons Hack Tool

  1. Armas

    I have a bunch of old coins from India and I am looking for a way to clean them. Also I would loke to know how much they are worth.

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  2. Roar me R

    I’ve amassed $5-15 worth of loose coins from over a dozen countries. My traveling days are over, I’d like to exchange them. Does anyone know if the exchange place would only charge a flat exchange fee or one based on the total amount of all the currency, or would they charge a flat rate/percentage based fee for each country’s currency I exchange?

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  3. tefa_96

    I have seen many types of coins being used.I want to collect some good coins as hobby,not investment. Where to collect them ,any suggestions.

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  4. veemodz

    I want them too look shiny. Condition is not an issue because these are just loose dollar coins, worth approximately just the dollar, and by that logic I dont need to worry about value I have other coins in that category (valuable). So if there are any effective cleaning methods for these non precious metal coins. Mind you I dont want to destroy the coin but a little wear isn’t an issue. Thanks.

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  5. RuMKilleR

    I have 9 Eisenhower Dollar coins and I don’t know if they are worth anything. I have been saving them for a while but I don’t really know what to do with them. They range from 1971 to 1978 and a few of them are marked 1776-1976. Thank you for any information.

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  6. TommyKay

    I know there is red and blue coins. What were the red coins used for? Anything specific? What were the blue coins used for? Anything specific?

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  7. therundown2k3

    Hey, I recently discovered different types of coins in my house and I can obviously tell, from the look and wording on them, some are foreign coins. Many of the coins I have found, along with dollar bills ($), are mainly from the early 1900′s up until around the 1970′s. My question, is there a good calculator online you could recommend that has all the different coins from different country’s so I could find out the values for today? Thank you

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  8. Alina Elliott

    I’ve just started collecting coins (I am only 18) and I am considering buying rolls of coins from banks, picking out the good ones, and selling the rest back. I have heard that Kennedy halves are the best kind to buy. Are they? And if so, can anyone give an estimate of how many pre-1971′s they find in, lets say, every 5 rolls or so? I am just wondering if it is worth it. Any other tips? Thanks!

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  9. Gundown64

    I’m curios, If someone is to send 25 coins, loose, unwrapped by U.S.P.S. What is the correct way to prepare for shipping?

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  10. Con Orpe

    I am only 18 years old and I have a huge collection of old coins and I was wondering how old you have to be to be able to sell to the store.

    Will they even buy all your coins off you ?

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