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ww1 collar dog real or repo and nazi coins

Article about: i was at an antique store found a collar dog and picked up some third reich coins just to have. penny marked A, the 10 cents marked A and the other D. i know they aren't rare

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    i was at an antique store found a collar dog and picked up some third reich coins just to have. penny marked A, the 10 cents marked A and the other D. i know they aren't rare
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    Last edited by Hunt for the IronCross; 08-08-2010 at 07:40 PM.

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    I'd like to see better pics of the coins. As they are know, I can only see colored circles with no detail on them whatsoever, which is how one can tell if they are real or not.

    Matthew

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    Better pics are needed to tell whats what. I cant see a darn thing. A is for the Berlin mint. D is for München. I have never seen copies of these as you can get them for 50 cents. The 1 Pfennig not penny was made from copper until 1940 when they switched to zinc. So you will find both 1940 zinc and copper 1 Pfennig coins. The 10 Pfennig was a brass until after 1939. 1940 you will only find zinc.

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    I don't know if you have one, but to get great pics of coins/stamps/etc., try using a scanner. Otherwise, try using direct sunlight to pick up the detail on the coins.

    Matthew

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    sorry for the bad pics

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    the i cent is A 1937 the 10 cent marked as 1.00 1941 A and the 1941 marked at 0.50 is D

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    well yesterday i went in to a local coin store and they had maybe 7 i bought 3 ill go back and get more. all were $1 to 0.50 and they also had some ww2 Japanese coins for $1 in a box. so what is the verdict on the collar dog and the coins?

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    It's hard to say without pics, but for those prices, I'd pick 'em up. Even if they are fake, losing $4-5 is not bad if they turn out to be fake. Coming from a coin place though, it seems odd. They should be a little more expensive (if they are real) and the owner should know that. Personally, I've had bad experiences with coin dealers, so it's up to you.

    Matthew

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    can u tell if they are real the new pics

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    h sorry the pics didnt upload

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