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From the Devil's Face bill to a rare $20 bill from 1935, Canadian paper money could be worth thousands of dollars. Read our guide on finding the one-a-kind bills that could help pay for your next vacation.

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As a collectible, Morgan silver dollars, minted between 1878 and 1921, have no real peer in American numismatics. It is by far the most widely collected and traded numismatic coin in the world. Attend any coin show and you will quickly see that slabbed and raw Morgan dollars are everywhere. Look through the typical mail order catalog or dealer’s advert, and again, you’ll encounter lots and lots of Morgan dollars. Peace dollars are popular too, and have the advantage of being a much shorter set that’s not very hard to complete depending on the desired quality. But they’ve never been...

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The 1852 Henry Clay medal struck by the U.S. Mint on a 30-ounce gold planchet fabricated from California gold realized $346,000 in Heritage Auctions’ Sept. 17 sale. The auction was a joint endeavor between Heritage and The Rail Splitter, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication for enthusiasts of Abraham Lincoln and related memorabilia. The Sept. 17 auction realized $2,445,391, which includes the buyer’s fee added to the final closing hammer price of each lot won. For this sale, the buyer’s fee was 25 percent on the first $200,000 on individual lots, and 20 percent of any amount above $200,000 to $2...

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A rare and remarkable Roman coin made of gold and featuring the image of Nero has been discovered in Jerusalem, archaeologists announced on Tuesday.  Over 1,900 years old, the coin likely dates to the year 56 or 57 AD, around 13 years before the Romans destroyed Jerusalem. "The coin is exceptional, because this is the first time that a coin of this kind has turned up in Jerusalem in a scientific dig,” Shimon Gibson, an archaeologist and adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, said in astatement. “Coins of this type are usually only found in private...

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LOS ANGELES -- Two rare one-cent coins from the earliest days of the U.S. Mint have sold for a pretty penny. The copper coins, both dating to 1792, went for a combined total of $869,500 at the auction held Wednesday in Anaheim, California. One of them, known as the "Birch Cent," sold for $517,000. The other, known as the "Silver Center Cent," went for $352,500. Eric Bradley, spokesman for Heritage Auctions, said that while the sales fell somewhat short of the combined $1 million the auction house projected they would go for, organizers are still pleased with the result. "We're...

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