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Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27250682:MV8yMTIzMzQzXzM1ODI3ODgxXzkyRTk1QUQz] [quote:Nostalgic Rain:MV8yMTIzMzQzXzM1ODI3ODQ2X0EwMzg4MDdD] How would you melt the coins down without getting in trouble for it? I am interested in this. It's insane that my quarters are really worth over 5 dollars. [/quote] I'm assuming you mean quarters that are pre 1964. And you don't have to melt the coins illegally. I have been looking on ebay and people sell penny rolls that are pre 1982 for basically double the value. I saw $15 in pennies sell for $26. It's not like it's a ton of money, but it's pretty interesting. [/quote]
I'm going to go withdraw $1000 out of my bank account in pennies and nickels lol!!! EASY MONEY
link to www.coinflation.com
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