How Do I Find The Value Of Old Money Without Paying To Get It Appraised?

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Charlotte St. Aubyn Profile
There are many websites that provide information on old money without you having to pay to get it appraised.

Using auction websites such as eBay is a fantastic tool to compare your old notes and coins. If you know what they are called, or their issue dates etc. You can search in the site to see what people are bidding. If your coins do not have a denomination or date or identifiable country, it won’t be an official government coin and so won’t have a high value, if any at all. These are usually quite hard to come across however.

Britishnotes.co.uk allows plenty of information as well as a free valuation through the post. This website offers pictures alongside estimated values for comparison if you do not want to send your note away. The condition of the note is however crucial to the value so it is best to get someone professional to look at it as opposed to just comparing yourself.

For coins however, Coinquest.com is a great site. It allows you to see images of old coins so you can compare yours to get a rough estimate. With ex-coin dealers working for the site, it is extremely reliable and you can contact members of the staff through it. The site also offers a forum and advice on selling your coins. It basically has everything you will need for finding information on old coins.

The value of coins does depend on the country it originates and the material etc so again, it is best to get a professional to look at your coin. The country it originates from may not be so easy to tell from looking at it, especially as any text on it will be in that countries language.

Here’s a link to a site which will allow you to contact others through use of a forum who can help you through emails and scans - www.faqs.org/qa/qa-10241.html
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I have 2 , 1 dollar bills that have the same s/n on it one is a j note and the next one is a I ,,, I see on a web site that its 1 in 10.000 . That it is hard to find is that true ...and is it worth something  ?
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1934 ten and also a1953 five are they worth any thing
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Bonnie Taylor answered
Hi, I have a small collection of old currency from places such as Yugoslovia, Germany and others. I am trying to find out how I can either invest this currency or sell it. I even have some 1769 German Pfennig, and 18century Japanese Hansatu (2 of them) I just don't know what to do with this plus much more. I have currency from everywhere.

Please let me know what is best for me to do with this. I don't want to sell it on E-Bay.

Bonnie Taylor
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I have an old $1000.00 bill from the bank United States # 8894, dated December 15, 1840
Is it real or fake?
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I would like to know the value of a 1 dollar Silver Certificate series 1935 E. Thank you.
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I would like to know how much my 1928a series one dollar bill is worth that says silver certificate on it.
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Have an a1937 union bank if scotland £1 note 12Th feb.in very good condition what is the value of my note
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So far everyone that has posted about having their coins I cam tell you none of what's been posted thus far is worth more than a couple of dollars. And btw the 1840 confederate note if real might go for 30$ if your very lucky
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Farhan Khan answered
There are lots of websites that will provide you feature for finding money values without appraising it so you can check this link to find one.
www.faqs.org/qa/qa-10241.html
thanked the writer.
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I have a few paper bills i would like to know the value of, can any one help? One is a five dollar bill series of 1928 B with the number C27237816 A, and another is a one dollar bill silver certificate series 1935 G with the number D6240760J on it. Any idea?
Thanks
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Vikash Swaroop answered
If you have old currency notes then there are some websites that can provide you great value for your money as they work as a facilitator to the collector and the person who owns the currency. One website that is considered as one of the prime one in providing the service of a facilitator is www.aanotes.com and it is better than a facilitator because it buys the notes by itself and you have nothing to do with the buyer.

If you have coins as a form of old money then think yourself as a very lucky person as there are a lot of collectors in this world that can pay you great value. It is not only the individual collectors but several galleries also that are interested in the purchase of these rare coins. To find the buyer you should go to your local area yellow pages to find the address of your local area agent who can provide you great value for your coins.
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I have a Canadian $1.00 dated 1937. How much is it worth?

What is the value of US Hawaii $1.00 dated 1935?
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I have a coin that hasd.g.reg.f.d.1970 elizabeth.11 on the front and on the backit has alionwith a crown and saysnewpence 10
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I have some old japanese money from ww2 and I was wondering how I could go about finding out on here how much it is worth

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