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« Reply #10 on: April 15, 2009, 09:54:59 pm »
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            In 1966 we converted to metric coins . up to then all our coins were 50% silver except the pennies that were copper ,  after  66 the only coin they made 97% silver was 50 cent coin and only for one year 1966 .  then no more silver coins ever . What happened was the silver content was worth more than the coin value ( an ordinary 50c silver sells for $7.oo
today)   so the Chinese in particular were hourding these coins the day they came out of the mint .  you would be pretty lucky to even see one today .  luckily my dad kept some 14 of which I inherited , but Ive never dug one up plenty of the nickel ones though . Smiley

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that is a pretty amazing find about how big is that coin


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