Rare 1936 Dot Penny One Of 4 Not 3 Worth $250,000 To $450,000

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  • Star_Wars6collector reply A Pirate always finds his treasure
  • [ – ] Jonathannoel reply I guess the hard part would be finding a buyer. I'm putting a lot of money into digital currency. Mainly the top 10 because there are 100's. the top 4 are Bitcoin, Etherium, Lite Coin and Ripple. I bought 20 Etherium for 9$ each on the internet and it shot up to 500$ each. It could go up to 2000$ each. Before that I bought one Bitcoin for 1200$ and it shot up to 4000$ almost. I watch YouTube videos and people tell you everything you need to know like how and where to buy. You can start with as little as 10$. All the experts say Bitcoin may go as high as 55 000$ in the next 2 years and once people see that it will go up to 1 000 000$.
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply we already have digital with our bank cards, but not making or printing money is pathetic, it ruins a history of time of ages of class, it is the worst thing to happen to civilisation
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply if they go to digital a lot of stupid wealthy people will have ruined a real industry, coins are far more valuable and if they make them liked they used to before they started to cheap out, you see there is a huge secret as to why they are going digital, because the guy at the top does not want anyone below him making money from coins, as well as controlling peoples wealth, so all those real wealthy people are not so smart if they allow them to go digital, look what happened to India, they were forced to go cashless,
  • [ – ] Jonathannoel reply There was nothing thing at the pawn shop 😞 i used to have a lot of collections. I used to collect mad magazines, 1/18 scale die cast cars and rocks/crystals. All of it stolen.
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply if any of my coins are worth a lot it is the one in the video and my daughter will get a lot of it because I care more about her future then mine, I want her to be well off, is if I can get $200,000 or $400,000 my daughter will get a very huge part of it, I just want my debt paid off and a small place to live,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply well it was like when I sold my first collection I regretted that but when I started to collect again it was the part of me I had lost, so I feel whole again, I had some old cars but I let me kid play with those and some of the action figures she likes, plus everything I have is for her if there is no nuclear war, I think I might have ruined my wheat penny collection but I have those shield pennies, so if they are a high grade I might have a bit of real money for once in my life,
  • [ – ] Jonathannoel reply I used to have a vast coin collection but I lost it all. Long story but it was stolen from me. I'm afraid to have treasure because there is always looters nearby.
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply plus my ex would get a chunk of it, so it comes down to always having nothing even when you think you have something, lol
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply I am so used to having barely anything most of my life that is why I started to collect, now I have a little bit, but when you think of everything you have to pay for and taking care of a child it all would be spent just as fast as it came,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply if the value goes down for the light cleaning on my other coins then oh well at least I had saved them from being corroded
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply well I am giving all the ones I had in plastic a light cleaning so just enough to remove any chemical from the plastic, I am so not pleased with the coin place
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply you can buy fake wall plugs and there is lots of other cool things you can get for places to hide your things, check out a spy shop, but never hide your coins in something that someone would take, you would have to hide things in places that you know that no one would look in,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply did you go check the pond shops and always take lots of pictures of them, we had our bikes stolen a few times right out of the yard, and one time some looters tried to get into the garage but since the garage had shifted there was no way they could open the door, we watched them saw off the lock and then we chased them but they got away,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply Well that is very crappy, I bought all mine over the years and if you go somewhere you should have a safe place or someone you can trust to look after things,
  • Star_Wars6collector reply Lemon juice and rise in hot boiled water after or baking soda and rise in hot boil water after, I have not cleaned or done anything with this coin but the first thing I will be doing is not storing them in any type of plastic, paper envelops might be much better
  • [ – ] Jonathannoel reply Do you handle the coin with gloves?
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply I'm very upset I have to take every coin out of the plastic and put all of them in paper envelops
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply and they use solvents like acetones or nail polish remover,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply some people use lime juice, but the worst thing I have seen people do is scratch there coins with brushes or using the baking powered the scrub it, you rise off in hot water and then try to gently rub off the dirt,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply I have been watching tones of video's on how to clean the coins but all of them have acid or acidic, from coke to baking soda to lemon juice to stupid people using salt with baking soda, to ketchup, to a huge no no CLR without cleaning them off again with baking soda, all have to use hot water or boiled water, some use soap and hot water, I am thinking baking soda foil and hot water might be the best I have seen,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply I should go after the coin dealer that sold me lots of coins because the PCV in the plastic corrodes the coins, no one has ever told me that, so I have to take out all my coins and warp them in paper, and find the safest way to stop the corroding,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply I like that myth that all those coin collectors think there coins have not been washed or cleaned, at some point and time those coins have been washed or cleaned,
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply latex gloves are better to use
    • Star_Wars6collector parent reply well if it is in a packing then there is no need for gloves, but I do use gloves most of the time, with copper it will not rust away, old coins were made with real craftsmanship, not like todays coins that rust out
  • Star_Wars6collector reply http://nationalpost.com/news/rare-dotted-canadian-penny-from-1936-sells-at-u-s-coin-auction-for-250000/wcm/f0486c3c-402b-4f7c-94b8-6ad54f570260
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  • [ – ] taiali23 reply Nice video😊
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