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Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!

 
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Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
I'm going to go withdraw $1000 out of my bank account in pennies and nickels lol!!! EASY MONEY

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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
Also, I'm thinking of investing into silver coins. Does anyone else do this? Here are the values of what the metals are actually worth.

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current nickles yes, current pennies no. Need pennies prior to 1982.
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
current nickles yes, current pennies no. Need pennies prior to 1982.
 Quoting: No Dhimmi


Yes you're right, I should have said that lol.
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
current nickles yes, current pennies no. Need pennies prior to 1982.
 Quoting: No Dhimmi


this. I save all my pre 82 pennies. You can still find quite a few of them . Started to save nickels too.
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With shipping, $15 worth of pre 1982 pennies has a bid of $25... This is pretty interesting in my opinion!
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With shipping, $15 worth of pre 1982 pennies has a bid of $25... This is pretty interesting in my opinion!
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Forgot to link it... [link to www.ebay.com]
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
current nickles yes, current pennies no. Need pennies prior to 1982.
 Quoting: No Dhimmi


this. I save all my pre 82 pennies. You can still find quite a few of them . Started to save nickels too.
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Thanks for the response, I plan on doing the same now.
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They are worth more than any paper also. Paper money is not backed by anything anymore. Nickles are backed by themselves. We have coppers in the uk.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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You DON'T melt them, that is illegal. Just sell them as is.

Your quarters are still worth a quarter unless they are pre '65
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
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.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


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.
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It is interesting. I didn't really know about this until you posted it. Thanks for sharing.
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A plan so cunning..
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
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.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


You DON'T melt them, that is illegal. Just sell them as is.

Your quarters are still worth a quarter unless they are pre '65
 Quoting: Marax


Thanks. I thought it was illegal that's why I asked. hf
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
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.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


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.
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It is interesting. I didn't really know about this until you posted it. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


You're welcome. I found out a few days ago and have been looking into it!
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Re: Pennies and Nickles are worth more than 1 and 5 cents!
Get boxes or rolls of coins from your bank. Then try to find a bank that has one of those coin machines that is free to members. It makes it easier to get rid of them after you have looked for your silver/copper.

But be careful. Sometimes they give you boxes of new coins, that sucks! Just find a nice teller, tell her what your doing and ask for a box of circulated ones if they have them.

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Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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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.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


If you melt them you can be arrested.

Never melt them.

You will never need to anyway, people will pay you because they know what they are worth.

Just the same as people will give you a dollar for a dollar as that is fair and equal trade, they will give you a premium for pre 1982 pennies.
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I'm going to go withdraw $1000 out of my bank account in pennies and nickels lol!!! EASY MONEY

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You should NEVER make a withdraw of such a large amount of coins. The retired CIA agent said to ONLY get $10 in nickels at a time perbank. To keep from drawing unwanted attn to you and your home...esp if you prep! He said you can hit 7 or 8 different banks a day and request $10 in nickels from ea.bank.
Think how many banks are in large cities! **Remember stay off the radar** Since all bank withdraws are electronically documented...a withdraw in all those coins could very well put you on a " watch list"
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I'm going to go withdraw $1000 out of my bank account in pennies and nickels lol!!! EASY MONEY

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27250682


You should NEVER make a withdraw of such a large amount of coins. The retired CIA agent said to ONLY get $10 in nickels at a time perbank. To keep from drawing unwanted attn to you and your home...esp if you prep! He said you can hit 7 or 8 different banks a day and request $10 in nickels from ea.bank.
Think how many banks are in large cities! **Remember stay off the radar** Since all bank withdraws are electronically documented...a withdraw in all those coins could very well put you on a " watch list"
 Quoting: Little Miss Sunshine


Lol i was joking, but thanks!

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