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Old 12-19-2016, 11:17 PM
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Here's a master list taken from Coin Community Forum. But be aware it includes U.S. coins we may never find....like the $4 Stella gold coin. No one knows for sure how many exist. The history of each coin is given at that site. In any event...here it is if anyone is interested. Hope I am not breaking any rules listing this and don't mean to hi-jack anyone's thread.

Half Cent
1793 Liberty Cap Bust Left Half Cent
1794-97 Liberty Cap Bust Right Half Cent
1800-08 Draped Bust Half Cent
1809-36 Classic Head Half Cent
1840-57 Liberty Head Braided Hair Half Cent

Cent
1793 Flowing Hair Chain Reverse Large Cent
1793 Flowing Hair Wreath Reverse Large Cent
1793-96 Liberty Cap Large Cent
1796-1807 Draped Bust Large Cent
1808-14 Classic Head Large Cent
1816-39 Liberty Head (Coronet or Matron) Large Cent
1839-57 Liberty Head Braided Hair Large Cent
1856-58 Flying Eagle Small Cent
1859-64 Indian Head Copper-Nickel Small Cent
1864-1909 Indian Head Bronze Small Cent
1909-Present Lincoln Small Cent

Two Cent
1864-73 Two Cents

Three Cent
1851-53 Type 1 Silver Three Cent Piece
1854-58 Type 2 Silver Three Cent Piece
1859-73 Type 3 Silver Three Cent Piece
1865-89 Liberty Head Nickel Three Cent Piece

Half Dime
1792 Half Disme
1794-95 Flowing Hair Half Dime
1796-97 Draped Bust Small Eagle Half Dime
1800-05 Draped Bust Heraldic Eagle Half Dime
1829-37 Capped Bust Half Dime
1837-38 Seated Liberty No Stars Half Dime
1838-59 Seated Liberty With Stars Half Dime
1853-55 Seated Liberty With Arrows Half Dime
1860-73 Seated Liberty Legend Obverse Half Dime

Nickel
1866-83 Shield Nickel
1883-1913 Liberty Head (V) Nickel
1913-38 Indian Head (Buffalo) Nickel
1938 - Present Jefferson Nickel

Dime
1796-97 Draped Bust Small Eagle Dime
1798-1807 Draped Bust Heraldic Eagle Dime
1809-28 Capped Bust Large Size Dime
1828-37 Capped Bust Small Size Dime
1837-38 Seated Liberty No Stars Dime
1838-60 Seated Liberty Stars Obv Dime
1853-55 Seated Liberty With Arrows Dime
1860-91 Seated Liberty Legend Obv Dime
1873-74 Seated Liberty With Arrows Dime
1892-1916 Barber Dime
1916-45 Winged Head (Mercury) Dime
1946- Roosevelt Dime

Twenty Cent
1875-78 Seated Liberty Twenty Cent Piece

Quarter Dollar
1796 Draped Bust Small Eagle Quarter
1804-07 Draped Bust Heraldic Eagle Quarter
1815-28 Capped Bust Large Size Quarter
1831-38 Capped Bust Small Size Quarter
1838-66 Seated Liberty Without Motto Quarter
1853 Seated Liberty Arrows & Rays Quarter
1854-55 Seated Liberty With Arrows Quarter
1866-91 Seated Liberty With Motto Quarter
1873-74 Seated Liberty With Arrows Quarter
1892-1916 Barber Quarter
1916-30 Standing Liberty Quarter
1932- Washington Quarter

Half Dollar
1794-95 Flowing Hair Half Dollar
1796-97 Draped Bust Small Eagle Half Dollar
1801-07 Draped Bust Heraldic Eagle Half Dollar
1807-36 Capped Bust Lettered Edge Half Dollar
1836-39 Capped Bust Reeded Edge Half Dollar
1839-66 Seated Liberty Without Motto Half Dollar
1853 Seated Liberty Arrows & Rays Half Dollar
1854-55 Seated Liberty With Arrows Half Dollar
1866-91 Seated Liberty With Motto Half Dollar
1873-74 Seated Liberty With Arrows Half Dollar
1892-1915 Barber Half Dollar
1916-47 Walking Liberty Half Dollar
1948-63 Franklin Half Dollar
1964 - Present Kennedy Half Dollar

Dollar
1794-95 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar
1795-98 Draped Bust Small Eagle Silver Dollar
1798-1804 Draped Bust Heraldic Eagle Silver Dollar
1836-39 Gobrecht Silver Dollar
1840-66 Seated Liberty Without Motto Silver Dollar
1866-73 Seated Liberty With Motto Silver Dollar
1873-85 Trade Silver Dollar
1878-1921 Morgan Silver Dollar
1921-35 Peace Silver Dollar
1971-78 Eisenhower Dollar
1849-54 Liberty Head Type 1 Gold Dollar
1854-56 Indian Head Type 2 Gold Dollar
1856-89 Indian Head Type 3 Gold Dollar

Quarter Eagle
1796-1807 Capped Bust Right Quarter Eagle
1808 Capped Bust Left Quarter Eagle
1821-34 Capped Head Left Quarter Eagle
1834-39 Classic Head Quarter Eagle
1840-1907 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle
1908-29 Indian Head Quarter Eagle

Three Dollar
1854-89 Indian Head Three Dollars

Four Dollar
1879-80 Flowing Hair & Coiled Hair Stella

Half Eagle
1795-98 Capped Bust Right Small Eagle Half Eagle
1795-1807 Capped Bust Right Heraldic Eagle Half Eagle
1807-12 Capped Bust Left Half Eagle
1813-34 Capped Head Left Half Eagle
1834-38 Classic Head Half Eagle
1839-66 Liberty Head No Motto Half Eagle
1866-1908 Liberty Head W/Motto Half Eagle
1908-29 Indian Head Half Eagle

Eagle
1795-97 Capped Bust Right (Small Eagle) Eagle
1797-1804 Capped Bust Right (Heraldic Eagle) Eagle
1838-1866 Liberty Head No Motto Eagle
1866-1907 Liberty Head Liberty With Motto Eagle
1907-33 Indian Head Eagle

Double Eagle
1850-66 Liberty Head Type 1 Double Eagle
1866-76 Liberty Head Type 2 Double Eagle
1877-1907 Liberty Head Type 3 Double Eagle
1907 Saint-Gaudens High Relief Double Eagle
1907-33 Saint-Gauden Double Eagle

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Old 12-30-2016, 09:39 AM
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This is great, thank you.

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Default 1909-S Indian Head Coin

Hello, all. Am brand new to any forum, detecting for 3 years with XP Deus and a bit with ETRAC.

Was very happy to find a 1909-S Indian Head. All I did was rinse off the dirt.

Took it to a dealer, and he said the second 9 was worn off and that the wreath was half destroyed and so it was really in bad condition, worth only $75

You can see this isn't really true. Doe anyone have any suggestions on what to do at this point? Don't believe this valuation is correct.

Still, it's a great find: so pleased. Looking forward to sharing with this group.

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Go to a better coin shop.
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Originally Posted by waltr View post
Go to a better coin shop.
...and never go back to those pirates ever again. I'd give you $100 and still feel guilty about it.

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ALL coin shops need to make money. However some want to make a lot more than others.

Look at what they go for on Fee-Bay and you will get a better picture.

I have had many dealings with a few. Hardly ever sold coins unless I needed the money back in the early 1990's

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Yes, of course. Thank all of you for your replies. Look forward to interacting with you. And, in fact, I will keep it for now, it's too cool. You are right, they do bring big money online.
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