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Need name of a good coin buyer. My dad passed awhile back and I really don't have a use for these. Got serval sliver dollars and quarters. and these which are the best ones for sure.

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I believe those are PCGS original green holders that were graded quite a few years ago. Go to www.PCGS.com site and put in the 7 numbers to the right of the / and it will tell you the grade and a lot about the coins. Being MS60 they would probably sell for close to or just above gold melt value. (ie the $20 is one ounce gold, $10 is half ounce, etc.)
 

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I believe those are PCGS original green holders that were graded quite a few years ago. Go to www.PCGS.com site and put in the 7 numbers to the right of the / and it will tell you the grade and a lot about the coins. Being MS60 they would probably sell for close to or just above gold melt value. (ie the $20 is one ounce gold, $10 is half ounce, etc.)

I recognize the green holder, just wasn't a pcgs logo on them.
 

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Look at your coins on ebay completed auctions and less 10% for fees will give you an idea on values. ebay works pretty well for market prices on graded coins. Silver Dollar Pawn in Roswell will treat you well.
 

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The three gold coins, combined, are just about $3k. $1800ish for the $20, $900ish for the $10 and $300ish for the $2.5. Melt value, the value if the coins were melted into a lump and not minted into US currency is $2700.
 
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