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How hard is it to collect $100 bill from every year?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: purplelion972 | Category: Resume references how many

The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of

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    crazyswan771 18 Jan 2017 07:44

    well im puerto rican and i guess its because its a commonwealth and its pretty much a state the only thing is that we dont get to vote for the president we vote for our governor which in turn represents the puertorican ppl in the u.s goverment and alot of puertoricans live in the u.s there actually more puertoricans in ny than pr itself, also weve been fighting for the u.s (our home) since ww1 and there are alot of puertoricans in service today and these are just to name a few

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    таня Б 18 Jan 2017 00:33

    With coins to give them a numismatic value along with being legal tender.

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    organicwolf557 17 Jan 2017 22:54

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Silver Dollar was issued in honor of James Madison and the Bill of Rights which he authored. The date of release bore no particular relationship to Madison or the Bill or Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1789. However, some references will state that the coins were issued to mark the Bicentennial, which occurred four years earlier.

    The obverse of the silver dollar coin features a portrait of James Madison and the reverse features a view of his Virginia home, Montpelier. Interestingly, the design makes no reference to the Bill of Rights. The obverse was designed by William Krawczewicz of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    Several presidents of the United States have appeared on currency. The President of the United States has appeared on official banknotes , coins for circulation, and commemorative coins in the United States , the Confederate States of America , the Philippine Islands , the Commonwealth of the Philippines and around the world.

    Note : Series dates listed for United States paper money represents a specific issue or set of issues. Different series may represent minor or major design changes, or no design change (series listed on the same line). Only a variety of a President''s portrait used on paper money is noted next to the series date.

    The number of commemorative coins is limited to two (before 2012 to one) per country per year (in addition to any common issue) and to 5 percent of the total mintage output. Limits on the designs are also in place to ensure uniformity.

    The €2 commemorative coins have become collectibles , but are different from commemorative coins with a face value different from €2 , which are officially designated as "collector coins" and usually made of precious metals. [1]

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    blueostrich691 18 Jan 2017 09:10

    A Gordon/Towers $10 in uncirculated condition sells for about $150, so if you sold it to a dealer, you d probably get half that. Assuming your 1973 dollar is the PEI commemorative coin, it might bring $5 to $10 from a dealer if it s uncirculated. There were two varieties of cent made in 1907. If there is an "H" below the date, it was made at the Heaton in Birmingham--if there is no letter, it was made in London. The London coin is the more common of the two. If it s in "very good" condition (meaning that there is a little detail left in the portrait, but not much), you might get a couple of dollars for it from a dealer. If it s worn about like you d expect the average coin you get in change, probably between $4 and $6. If there is no wear, it might net you $25 or so. For coins from the Heaton mint, figure those values times 4. The half dollars all have about the same value--if they re worn worse than the average coin you find in change, they re worth about the silver value, with right now is about $8 per coin. Even with no wear, they ll probably only bring you a dollar or two more. The 1913, 14, and 20 cents have about the same value as the 1907 until you get into the higher grades. An uncirculated coin from those years might bring you $10 to $15. The 1936 is only worth, at most, a couple of dollars, until you get to the uncirculated coins, where you might get $10-$20, depending on how nice it is. And now my standard advice: Whatever you do, don t try to clean any of the coins, or do anything to "improve" their appearance. Cleaning damages the coin, and kills the collector value.

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    silverbear973 17 Jan 2017 21:58

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Silver Dollar was issued in honor of James Madison and the Bill of Rights which he authored. The date of release bore no particular relationship to Madison or the Bill or Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1789. However, some references will state that the coins were issued to mark the Bicentennial, which occurred four years earlier.

    The obverse of the silver dollar coin features a portrait of James Madison and the reverse features a view of his Virginia home, Montpelier. Interestingly, the design makes no reference to the Bill of Rights. The obverse was designed by William Krawczewicz of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    Several presidents of the United States have appeared on currency. The President of the United States has appeared on official banknotes , coins for circulation, and commemorative coins in the United States , the Confederate States of America , the Philippine Islands , the Commonwealth of the Philippines and around the world.

    Note : Series dates listed for United States paper money represents a specific issue or set of issues. Different series may represent minor or major design changes, or no design change (series listed on the same line). Only a variety of a President's portrait used on paper money is noted next to the series date.

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    User1488648954 18 Jan 2017 03:00

    March 10, 2017 1976 Canadian Olympic $100.00 coin (gold price only NO premium added) A nice example of the 1976 Montreal Olympic $100.00 coin. It weighs 16.96 grams.

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    smallfish826 17 Jan 2017 23:06

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

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    silverswan171 18 Jan 2017 06:57

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Silver Dollar was issued in honor of James Madison and the Bill of Rights which he authored. The date of release bore no particular relationship to Madison or the Bill or Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1789. However, some references will state that the coins were issued to mark the Bicentennial, which occurred four years earlier.

    The obverse of the silver dollar coin features a portrait of James Madison and the reverse features a view of his Virginia home, Montpelier. Interestingly, the design makes no reference to the Bill of Rights. The obverse was designed by William Krawczewicz of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    Several presidents of the United States have appeared on currency. The President of the United States has appeared on official banknotes , coins for circulation, and commemorative coins in the United States , the Confederate States of America , the Philippine Islands , the Commonwealth of the Philippines and around the world.

    Note : Series dates listed for United States paper money represents a specific issue or set of issues. Different series may represent minor or major design changes, or no design change (series listed on the same line). Only a variety of a President''''''''s portrait used on paper money is noted next to the series date.

    The number of commemorative coins is limited to two (before 2012 to one) per country per year (in addition to any common issue) and to 5 percent of the total mintage output. Limits on the designs are also in place to ensure uniformity.

    The €2 commemorative coins have become collectibles , but are different from commemorative coins with a face value different from €2 , which are officially designated as "collector coins" and usually made of precious metals. [1]

    The Early or Classic Commemorative Coin era started as a way to commemorate the Columbian Exposition and raise money to fund the two-year fair. Even though this commemorative program was greeted with mixed reviews and was not a sellout, congress began to use the fundraising aspect of the commemorative programs to curry political favor with constituents. Many of these programs did not sell out which lead to the cancellation of commemorative coin programs in 1954.

    The America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins are investor grade bullion coins whose designs are enlarged versions of their circulating counterparts including the “Quarter Dollar” denomination. Each coin contains five troy ounces of silver making them the largest coins ever issued by the U.S. Mint. These coins have been issued on the same schedule as the American the Beautiful Quarters. The U.S. Mint distributes these coins through their network of authorized bullion dealers.

    Chinese lunar year of the rabbit Canadian coin. This is a large coin measuring 40mm in diameter made from 1 oz of sterling silver. Estate priced at $50.00   THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD

    OK sports fans here is your chance to own a piece of history. Can you believe its been 19 years since the Jays won the world series. This is a limited edition 999 fine silver coin weighing 1 oz. There is no HST on this sale. Don’t hold your breath for a Maple Leaf Stanley cup championship version of this coin. This one is estate priced at spot silver price plus 20%.

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    silverduck221 18 Jan 2017 03:17

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Silver Dollar was issued in honor of James Madison and the Bill of Rights which he authored. The date of release bore no particular relationship to Madison or the Bill or Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1789. However, some references will state that the coins were issued to mark the Bicentennial, which occurred four years earlier.

    The obverse of the silver dollar coin features a portrait of James Madison and the reverse features a view of his Virginia home, Montpelier. Interestingly, the design makes no reference to the Bill of Rights. The obverse was designed by William Krawczewicz of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

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    User1488014845 18 Jan 2017 09:15

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Half Dollar was one of three coins issued to honor James Madison and the Bill of Rights. The half dollar was struck in a composition of 90% silver, which was not typical for commemorative half dollars. In 1982, the George Washington Half Dollar had been struck in silver, but all subsequent half dollars had been struck in a clad composition.

    The obverse of the coin features an image of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. The reverse of the coin features a hand holding a torch. Both sides of the coin incorporate numerous inscriptions. The obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    The 1993 Bill of Rights Silver Dollar was issued in honor of James Madison and the Bill of Rights which he authored. The date of release bore no particular relationship to Madison or the Bill or Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1789. However, some references will state that the coins were issued to mark the Bicentennial, which occurred four years earlier.

    The obverse of the silver dollar coin features a portrait of James Madison and the reverse features a view of his Virginia home, Montpelier. Interestingly, the design makes no reference to the Bill of Rights. The obverse was designed by William Krawczewicz of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the reverse was designed by Dean McMullen.

    Several presidents of the United States have appeared on currency. The President of the United States has appeared on official banknotes , coins for circulation, and commemorative coins in the United States , the Confederate States of America , the Philippine Islands , the Commonwealth of the Philippines and around the world.

    Note : Series dates listed for United States paper money represents a specific issue or set of issues. Different series may represent minor or major design changes, or no design change (series listed on the same line). Only a variety of a President''''s portrait used on paper money is noted next to the series date.

    The number of commemorative coins is limited to two (before 2012 to one) per country per year (in addition to any common issue) and to 5 percent of the total mintage output. Limits on the designs are also in place to ensure uniformity.

    The €2 commemorative coins have become collectibles , but are different from commemorative coins with a face value different from €2 , which are officially designated as "collector coins" and usually made of precious metals. [1]

    The Early or Classic Commemorative Coin era started as a way to commemorate the Columbian Exposition and raise money to fund the two-year fair. Even though this commemorative program was greeted with mixed reviews and was not a sellout, congress began to use the fundraising aspect of the commemorative programs to curry political favor with constituents. Many of these programs did not sell out which lead to the cancellation of commemorative coin programs in 1954.

    The America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins are investor grade bullion coins whose designs are enlarged versions of their circulating counterparts including the “Quarter Dollar” denomination. Each coin contains five troy ounces of silver making them the largest coins ever issued by the U.S. Mint. These coins have been issued on the same schedule as the American the Beautiful Quarters. The U.S. Mint distributes these coins through their network of authorized bullion dealers.