It's a breath mint It's is a candy mint It's two Two Two mints in one What is it?
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Is a two headed nickel with one side minted in one year and the other minted in a different year a novelty item?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes, this is a privately made novelty item available in most magic shops or on ebay.com for a couple dollars. It's made by altering two normal coins and gluing the pieces back together. If you use a strong magnifier, you can probably find a seam just inside the raised rim …on one side of the coin or the other.\n. \n Answer \n. \nPlease note that this question has been asked many times about many dates and denominations. Probably 99.9999% of all such coins are novelties created as described in the previous answer. (MORE)
See the link below Also, there is a category specifically for coins and currency that makes it a lot easier to find questions about, well, coins and currency.
I would shine that nickel up very carefully and check the edge fora thin line of a slightly different color where two differentnickles have been ground down and soldered back together. Not surewhat you have but it is probably fake. I've seen the solderingthing done with pennies before.
If the "mint marks" on the reverse are the letters "F" and "G," then these aren't mint marks at all, but the initials of Frank Gasparo, the designer of the half dollar's reverse. In that case, you have an ordinary 1989-P half dollar, which will run between $1 and $90, depending on the coin's conditi…on, as of May 27, 2007.\n. \nIf the "mint marks" on the reverse are something else, then your coin is best evaluated by a professional coin dealer who specializes in error coins. (MORE)
First thing to do is change the oil and make sure you are not using a too heavy weight oil. Use exactly what the manufacture recommends. Most new vehicles today use 5w30 or 10w30. Some even use 5w20. None use 10w40! Install a brand new filter and use a name brand. If your van is a GM van us an AC/De…lco filter. Anything else use Puroplator, Wix, or another name brand. Your engine is starving for oil at startup. You have to find out why. If this does not help, then have it looked at by a professional who may want to run an oil pressure test. Your problem is lack of lubrication @ start-up. This condition will very quickly wear out parts! You should do the following: First, do a complete engine flush to clean out sludge & other contaminates. This is the only way to be sure the oil galleys are not plugged up. (Use a new oil filter for the flushing process). Second, Read the Owners manual to see the specified oil viscosity & requirement (SL, SM, SN etc.) Third, Install new Motor Oil & Oil Filter. I suggest the following: For the Engine Flush, use: AMSOIL Engine & Transmission Flush (With a new/clean low-priced (cheap) Oil Filter such as Walmart Supertech. For the flushing ONLY). New Oil: AMSOIL 100% Synthetic Motor Oil New Oil Filter: AMSOIL Ea Oil Filter (MORE)
During the changeover from silver to copper-nickel coinage, the Mint stopped putting mint marks on all denominations of coins. The idea was to reduce the number that were being removed from circulation by collectors, although in reality that's just a tiny fraction of overall production.
The Mint has never made $2 bills. The Mint strikes coins. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes bills, and it is a separate part of the Treasury Department. The first $2 bills at the national level were U.S. Notes issued in 1862. Private banks may have issued their own at an earlier date, ho…wever. (MORE)
The mint never has made $2 bills, but the Bureau of Engravingand Printing does. They print more whenever they are needed by theFederal Reserve System. The most recent printing was in 2013,although they all carry a 2009 series date.
The mint mark on the Indian Head Quarter Eagle gold coin is located on the reverse, to the left of the arrows.
"Mint condition" has a number of very specific subcategories, depending on how well-struck the coin is, whether there are any bag scratches, etc. Retail values range from $225 to $300 depending on those conditions. A professional appraiser would need to see the coin in person to give a better valuat…ion. (MORE)
How much are two tickets worth of the world series One for 1935 and the other for 1945 Both in mint condition?
1935 1945 World Series Tickets . The 1935 World Series featured the Detroit Tigers beating the Chicago Cubs four games to two. A 1935 Detroit Tigers World Series Full ticket played at Navin Field is worth about $400. -$450.and a ticket stub about $175.-$225.. A 1935 Chicago Cubs World Series F…ull ticket played at Wrigley Field is worth about $400. -$450. A ticket stub sells for about $175.-$225.. The 1945 World Series featured the Detroit Tigers beating the Chicago Cubs four games to three. A 1943 Detroit Tigers World Series Full ticket played at Briggs Stadium is worth about $200. -$225.and a ticket stub about $125.-$150.. A 1945 Chicago Cubs World Series Full ticket played at the Wrigley Field is worth about $200. -$225 A ticket stub sells for about $125.-$135. Condition is important. The slightest flaws could bring the price down significantly. Common flaws include; rips, creases, stains, and fading. Ticket stubs that are not ripped cleanly will also sell for less.. For more informatin see Related Links for vintage baseball Tickets including a 1935 World Series Ticket Stub played at Navin Field (MORE)
1 : $2 bills are not silver, they're paper. 2 : Bills are printed, not minted. 3 : No $2 bills of any kind were printed in 2000. So what DO you have? Any $2 bill dated 1963 or later is worth face value only.
There's more information at the Related Question. Two-dollar bills were never MINTED. Only coins are minted. Bills are printed.
The US actually have four mints. They are located in Philadelphia,PA, Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, and West Point, NY. The USbullion depository is located in Fort Knox, KY.
What number is it when the the ones digit is one more than its tens digit and it's a composite number has two digits and it's even and has two less than a square number?
Let's list the requirements for the mystery number:. One's digit more than the ten's digit.. Composite number.. Two digits.. Even number.. Is two less than a square.. Now that we've listed the requirements, let's look for a place to "attack" the problem. The easiest is probably to look at squa…res since our mystery number is two less than a square. Here are the first few squares:. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100 and 121.. Since our mystery number is 2 less than a square, let's go through that.. -1, 2, 7, 23, 34, 47, 62, 79, 98, 119.. Now we'll look at two things at once; we'll look only at the 2-digit numbers that are even. (We don't have to look at the "composite number issue" because every even number except 2 is composite since it can be divided by 2.). 34, 62, and 98.. Now the number with the one's digit greater than the ten's digit - and there's only one of them: 34 . The number 34 has a one's digit greater than the ten's digit, is composite, has two digits, is even, and is 2 less than a square. (MORE)
U.S. 2Â¢ pieces were issued from 1864 to 1872. The two-cent coin was a short-lived experiment that should have lasted far longer than it did, especially as a way to reduce the number of cents in circulation.
Not enough information. What date? What series letter? You can check values at a site such as the one linked below once you know those facts.
1. A mint could be any kind of mint flavoured sweets (candy in U.S.) 2. A Mint is also the name for the factory that makes coins and medals.
Mints don't print bills. Mints only make coins. All US currency is printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at facilities in Washington and Fort Worth. Any "D" you see on the bill related to the serial number, a plate position, or similar but not where it was printed. Please post a new que…stion with the bill's date and seal color. (MORE)
What is a 1972 Two Dollar Bahama Islands Solid Sterling Silver Coin Struck by the Franklin Mint in mint condition worth?
Multiply spot silver (currently $31.68) times .925 (sterling silver pct) = $29.30 That is your silver value. The numismatic value is what any one is willing to pay for it, probably not much more than spot.
In the United States, there are four government mints, but only two ( Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO ) produce coins for circulation. San Francisco, CA produces proof sets and commemoratives, and West Point, NY produces mostly bullion coins.
The symbol for an element comes from one or two letters (usuallytwo) of it's English or Latin name.
The complete 1972 US mint set contains 3 cents, one for each of the 3 mints. If you have only 2 cents then you do not have the complete set.
How much does the Yu-Gi-Oh card 'Winged Dragon of Ra' cost when it's in near mint condition and first edition?
If it has 'first edition' on it, then it's not authentic. Winged Dragon of Ra has always been a promotional card, so lacks the 1st ed/unlimited distinction. If it's one of the first printings of the GBI god cards though, (silver text rather than gold) then it would be worth about $60US if in mint… condition. (MORE)
United States coins are minted (created) in one of two U.S. Mints: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or Denver Colorado.
Circulating U.S. coins are minted in Philadelphia, PA, and Denver, CO. There is also a mint in San Francisco, CA, but they only mint proof coins for collectors. Circulating U.S. coins are minted in Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO. Then there is still a mint in San Francisco, CA, but they only mint p…roof coins. (MORE)
Mentha, which is the Greek term for Mint, has between 13 and 18varieties depending on which source you are reading. The plant isaromatic. What is in mint is a fragrant oil calledmenthol which has been used as a food additive, inmedicine, drugs, aromatherapy, and has been used as a biologicalinsect…icide. (MORE)
The set should have coins from the Denver mint & the Philadelphia mint. 5 from each mint
It seems that the US Mint has produced two separate mint sets for 1976. Are both of them needed for a collection or is one of them all-inclusive?
One is 40% silver (The 3 piece) the other is not, and yes both types are needed for a collection
1908 is the first year of issue for this coin but it's not solid gold, it's 90% gold and 10% copper and the retail prices for uncirculated coins depends on the grade and they are MS-60 $380.00/ MS-61 $544.00/ MS-62 $640.00/ MS-63 $1,130.00/ MS-64 $1,750.00/ MS-65 $5,100.00 these are the grades that …the coin will likely fall into. (MORE)
Unless they are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition (in which case they may be worth half a dollar or so), they are worth no more than ten cents.
The US Mint never made any $2 bills because the Mint only produces coins. All bills are made by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Only 2 series of $2 bills have been printed with blue seals - 1899 Silver Certificates and 1918 National Currency Banknotes.
No, because the Mint doesn't print any bills. They only make coins. Bills are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing which is completely separate from the Mint. Anyway, current $2 bills are Federal Reserve Notes like all other modern US currency. That means they're printed with seals ind…icating which of the 12 Federal Reserve districts requested them, the same as all other denominations. Federal Reserve Notes aren't printed for each state. (MORE)
Huge numbers of $2 bills were printed(*) for the Bicentennial so none of them are particularly rare. More value would be attached to one with an unusual serial number (e.g. 12345678 or 23232323) than would result from differing Federal Reserve District letters. (*) To clear things up, the Mint… only makes coins. All bills are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which makes them for each of the 12 Federal Reserve Districts. In 1976 there was only one printing facility, in Washington DC. In 1990 a second printing plant was opened in Fort Worth. All bills are made at one of those 2 locations regardless of the district that distributes them. (MORE)
This question needs to be corrected since the reader can not know what the question is about.
None. They are nothing more than a regular 2 dollar bill that has been altered. And 2 dollar bills are not rare you can go to any bank and purchase them for, get this, 2 dollars.
For the year 1853 most all Quarter Eagles were struck at the Philadelphia mint, so they have no mintmark. A few were made at the Denver mint and will have a "D" mintmark.
Because they are a regular 2 dollar bill that has been altered or privately enhanced by the New England Mint which is not a U.S. government agency. And in any case the US Mint makes coins, not bills. All bills are produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing which is completely separate from …the Mint. (MORE)
The mint mark is near the bottom center of the side with the eagle. There might not be a mark.
There are four cities where the US mint has a branch. Currently only two branches of the mint produce coins with their mintmarks for circulation, they are the Philadelphia and the Denver Mint. However, the San Fransisco and West Point mints also are in operation and both strike coins, though most of… their coins are not intended for circulation. However, both mints have been known to strike coins (especially pennies) bearing a a different mintmark or no mintmark to prevent them from being collected. Historically, the US has also had mints in New Orleans, Dahlonega, Georgia, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Carson City, Nevada. (MORE)
There were 10,191,000 60th Anniversary of the end of World War 2 British Two Pound coins minted. There were 5,140,500 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot British Two Pound coins minted.
The State Quarter series ran from 1999-2008. 5 different coins were issued each year. The 2004 issues are: . Michigan . Florida . Texas . Iowa . Wisconsin
Well, since Mint pretty much is a type of candy, it could be anything from a candycane to an Altoid.
No they did not, only from 1864 to 1873. But there is a $2.50 gold coin dated 1894.
No. The last time there was a change in composition in pennies was in 1982. To clear things up the coin is a PENNY; "Penney" is a department store, and coins are said to be minted or struck, not printed because printing normally involves paper and ink.
Yes, there were approximately 5,004,500 Two Pound coins minted for 2004 featuring the "200th Anniversary of the first steam locomotive by Richard Trevithick". There were a further 11,981,500 Two Pound coins with the more traditional 4 concentric rings design with "STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANT…S" around the edge. (MORE)
Any banknote with a "genuine" printing flaw would have some value, above the usual, as a collectible. Genuinely flawed banknotes are not necessarily known about or documented until somebody turns up with one, since they are an "accident" of the printing process, and have escaped detection during q…uality control at the note printing works therefore, a valuation cannot be anticipated. A reputable coin dealer should be able to identify and confirm the banknote as genuine and make a valuation. (MORE)
Are there any circulated coins minted after 1968 that are currently valued to be more than it's face value?
There are several organizations that will be able to help you with valuing coins that were minted after 1968. A few of these are: Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, Whitman Publishing, and Professional Coin Grading Service.
Bunheads - 2012 It's Not a Mint - 1.17 was released on: USA: 18 February 2013 Spain: 16 September 2013