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  trice16  |  10

Actually as long as its not a penny anything 1964 or older is made of real silver and are worth between 10 and 45 dollars on average. Enough of those and you'll have a nice amount.


#35 I didn't see anything about melting it down in his comment. Although #21 is a little high with the price. Silver is just over $20 an oz, making your quarter worth about $5. Then you'll be getting a little less then that if you sell it to a pawn or coin shop so then can make a profit.

  WinterBlue42  |  22

True. A copper penny is worth slightly more than a penny. Certain groups of people will stockpile any they find. I don;t go out looking for them, but I do have several large mason jars full.

  abhi95  |  31

I am an avid fml reader.. Don't you dare say my life is boring. In fact I consider myself more awesome (if I may say so myself) than my friends who have had the misfortune of not discovering this site's charm. I've tried to lure them in. More than once. They're just not blessed enough!

  Tthug  |  34

Hah. Real cash? As in federal reserve notes? The metal in the coins at least has value aside from the federal reserve. Especially if they are old. Like pre 1965 quarters? Silver. Dollar bills are such a joke. And the rest of the world knows it.

By  91hayek  |  31

Maybe it's just me but this doesn't sound that boring; oh the stories those coins could tell. Where have they been? What have they bought in their lifetime?