Dime 1966
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Looks like a very real bail.

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Ok , I have no idea what u guys said..it was made? Worth anything?

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Ok , I have no idea what u guys said..it was made? Worth anything? 

How bout this...

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Ok , I have no idea what u guys said..it was made? Worth anything?

It's damage, worth 10 cents.

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How bout this...

Nice looking Medallion

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Don't recognize the mintmark and unless it is maked on the edge I seriously doubt it is silver.

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The token is copper-nickel, and is made by, interestingly, a German company,  Bayerisches Münzkontor Göde

(At least, I think it is German. I don't speak German, but the language of the website looks like it, to me)

Edit: After some further searching, I confirmed that it is German.

 

And, the dime got caught between the inner and outer drums of a dryer.

Edited by Just Bob

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2 hours ago, Greenstang said:

Not worhless, still worth 10 cents.

Just don't try to use it in a vending machine ;)

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Tnks guys.. is the medallion 1 z  of silver. Also the old coin, real? It's pretty rounded from wear. Is that good?  

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9 hours ago, kramden said:

Tnks guys.. is the medallion 1 z  of silver. 

 

 

No, it is copper-nickel. See my post above.

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kramden-

Please start a new post with each new coin. It gets confusing when questions of different coins are being answered on the same post.

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