25 thoughts on “Wizard101 Crown Generator v2.0

  1. Squall Leonhart

    There is 12 coins which look the same but one of them weigh differently (heavier or lighter). How can you determine in only three weightings which coin is different and if it is heavier or lighter?

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  2. David

    So I’m interested in buying some Britannia silver coins from the 16th and 17th century, however I’m unsure how to identify through images whether the auctions are authentic. Are there tell tale signs which indicate that the coin is real or not?

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  3. Sophia C

    first of all im not a noob its just i spent all my coins on coin launcher and spectate (didn’t get 1 coin!!!) and i need loads of coins fast because my friend is coming down tomorrow and were planning on doing All star with all characters but if i don’t have any coins i wont be able to continue if we die. please help!

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  4. Alex

    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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  5. Heath

    Just looking for coins with silver in them. Don’t have to be .9999 fine or any sort of collectible. Just coins widely recognized to have silver in them.

    Do not want to pay large dealer markups or shipping charges either.

    So what’s the smartest way to accumulate some silver coins?

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  6. RxP DarkBox

    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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  7. RxP DarkBox

    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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  8. Bryant B

    I have coins stored in old bottles and a piggy bank but I don’t want to walk into the bank looking like a child. Large amounts of coins are not easy to handle or to carry around, just asking for a easier more convenient way to carry them to the bank.

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  9. Clayton Cottrell

    Ive picked up all the”hidden coins” that you can find on the ground, but i can NOT WIN! at the stupid reels or the other game. i really want a poryon, but is there actually any way to win alot of money ie, 9999 poke dollars without having to directly but the coins?

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  10. Kaylla

    The treasury website offers 1oz gold coins for sale. Gold dealers tell me that the treasury sells only something called “proof” coins which are more expensive. Can anyone help with this confusion? Jim Crow. What the heel are you talking about?

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  11. maskills24

    My husband has been saving his change for several years and yesterday we seperated the coins: 60 pounds of quarters, 55 pounds of pennies, 36 pounds of nickles and 25 pounds of dimes. Do banks have automatic rollers for coins? We don’t want to pay a fee to have them rolled.

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  12. cardskid22

    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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  13. Agent 47

    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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  14. simply complicated

    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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  15. thinkthought

    I’ve started coin collecting a year ago and am acquiring some valuable coins. Currently I am using 2×2 cardboard flips to store them but I want to invest in something a little better. Also I am thinking of the possibility of making a display out of them for in the room. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks.

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  16. Michael C

    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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  17. Lia-lu-li

    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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  18. easton j

    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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  19. PillowMan1234

    I inherited a few old coins and I think they might be worth something. How can I find out? How do I find a coin dealer?

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  20. mavis24

    I am a young coin collector and i am almost done with my first collection ( Jefferson Nickels). Im having trouble finding the rarer coins like the 1938′s and the war time coins. I am tempted to buy them on ebay but i don’t know if spending that kind of money would be worth it for a nickel collection. Any advice on where to acquire these coins and whether or not to spend money would be greatly appreciated.

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  21. Jeracoo L

    Now, obviously in America, this isn’t a problem, but I have a coin dating back to 1791 in France, two years after the start of the French Revolution. The coin features the face and name of Louis XVI. That same year, Louis was imprisoned by Parisian mobs and was executed two years later. So what happened to these coins after his death? Louis XVI was not exactly on good terms with the French people at that point, so what became of these coins? Were new coins minted with different leaders’ faces immediately (obviously they were eventually), or were the same coins used for some time?

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