WEEK# 477 HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY!!!
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This weeks First and Second place winners will be picked at random… The question must be answered by Saturday at midnight EST.

 

Question:

 

If you had one of each denomination, date and mint of USA coin dated 1934 what would be the total face value?

 

Our first place winner will receive a copy of David Bowers “The Experts Guides to Collecting & Investing in Rare Coins.

 

There will also be a runner up prize given to a selected player with the correct answer.

 

REMINDER: The Numisma-Quest ends on Saturday at midnight EST. Entries after that time will not be valid. See the Trivia info post for more details.

 

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CIRCULATING COINS: ($5.32 total)

1 Cent: 1934, 1934-D = $0.02 total

5 Cents: 1934, 1934-D = $0.10 total

10 Cents: 1934, 1934-D = $0.20 total

25 Cents: 1934 (includes medium, light, and heavy motto as well as doubled die variety), 1934-D (includes medium and heavy motto) = $0.50 total

50 Cents: 1934, 1934-D, 1934-S = $1.50 total

1 Dollar: 1934, 1934-D (includes small and large D), 1934-S = $3.00 total

 

 

COMMEMORATIVE COINS: ($2.00 total)

50 Cents (KM-159) 1934-D = $0.50 total

50 Cents (KM-165.1) 1934 = $0.50 total

50 Cents (KM-166) 1934 = $0.50 total

50 Cents (KM-167) 1934 = $0.50 total

 

 

All of it adds up to $7.32

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1934 1C

1934-D 1C

1934 5C

1934-D 5C

1934 10C

1934-D 10C

1934 25C

1934-D 25C

1934 50C

1934-D 50C

1934-S 50C

1934 S$1

1934-D S$1

1934-S S$1

 

That's your basic list so $5.32

 

Now if we're including the commemorative coins as well then we have to add:

 

1934 Boone 50C

1934 Maryland 50C

1934-D Oregon 50C

1934 Texas 50C

 

I'm pretty sure that's all so if we're including commems then the total is $ 7.32.

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I think the total of U.S. Coin minted in 1934 is $5.32. If you are counting commemoratives coins this would be $1.50, and if you are counting the Philippines as under the U.S. sovereignty it would .06 cantavo. Total U.S. coins is $5.32 with commemoratives it would be $6.82, and if you are counting the sovereignty of the Philippines it would be $6.88.

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Without counting the large and small mintmark varieties for the Mercury dime, Walking Liberty half dollar and Peace dollar and including the Early Commemorative Oregon Trail, Maryland Tercentenary, Texas Centennial and the Boone, the total would be $5.82.

 

Chris

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P&D cents $0.02

P&D dimes $0.20

P&D Quarters $0.50

PD&S halves $1.50

PD&S dollars $3.00

1934-D Oregon $0.50

1934 Maryland $0.50

1934 Texas $0.50

1934 Boone $0.50

Total: $7.22

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$5.32 if you are counting circulating coins and no varieties. If you add the commemoratives, it comes to $6.82.

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$6.32 (and 6centavos)

 

1c: 2 (P/D)

5c: 2 (P/D)

10c: 2 (P/D)

25c: 2 (P/D)

50c: 3 (P/D/S)

$1: 2 (P/D)

commems:

BOONE: 1 (P)

TEXAS: 1 (P)

MARYLAND: 1 (P)

OREGON: 1 (D)

 

us-philippines:

1c: (M)

5c: (M)

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1c Lincoln 1934

1c Lincoln 1934-D

5c buffalo 1934

5c buffalo 1934D

10c Mercury 1934

10c mercury 1934D

25c Washington 1934

25c Washington 1934D

50C Walking lib 1934

50c walking lib 1934D

50c Walking Lib 1934-S

50c Maryland Tercentenary

50c Texas Independene Centennial

50c Daniel Boone Bicentennial

$1 Peace 1934

$1 Peace 1934-D

$1 Peace 1934-S

 

The total Face Value would be $6.82

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Question:

 

If you had one of each denomination, date and mint of USA coin dated 1934 what would be the total face value?

 

Answer: $7.32

 

Congratulations to our first place winner naissubara they have won a copy of David Bowers “The Experts Guides to Collecting & Investing in Rare Coins. :acclaim:

 

Our runner up, goingcoincrazy, has won a single coin display box. :banana:

 

Thank you for playing and please stop by this Friday for the PMG Numisma-Quest question!

 

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