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“People tend to complicate their own lives, as if living weren’t already


complicated enough.” Carlos Ruiz Zafó


Positive Impacts


Facts & Trivia # 2 ...continued from page 3 BUYING U.S. GOLD COINS


$1.00 GOLD...............................................................$140.00 & up $2.50 GOLD...............................................................$190.00 & up $3.00 GOLD...............................................................$550.00 & up $5.00 GOLD...............................................................$250.00 & up $10.00 GOLD.............................................................$500.00 & up $20.00 GOLD..........................................................$1,100.00 & up $50.00 GOLD 1851 to 1855..................................$10,000.00 & up


BUYING


SILVER DIMES 1964 & Before...................................... $0.98 & up SILVER QUARTERS 1964 & Before..............................$2.45 & up SILVER HALF 1964 & Before.........................................$4.90 & up SILVER HALF 1965 to 1970...........................................$1.40 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1878 to 1904....................................$17.00 & up SILVER DOLLAR 1921 to 1935....................................$12.00 & up


HALF CENTS 1793-1857 LARGE CENTS 1793-1857


BUYING – OLDER U.S. COINS –BUYING DIMES 1796-1891


$30.00 & up $10.00 & up


FLYING EAGLE CENTS 1856-1858 $12.00 & up TWO & THREE CENTS 1851-1889 HALF DIMES 1794-1873


SHIELD NICKELS 1866-1883 LIBERTY NICKELS 1883-1913 . BUFFALO NICKELS 1913-1938


$7.00 & up $7.00 & up $8.00 & up .40 & up .25 & up


TWENTY CENTS 1875-1878 QUARTERS 1796-1891


HALF DOLLARS 1794-1839 HALF DOLLARS 1839-1891 DOLLARS 1794-1804


TRADE DOLLARS 1873-1885


$7.00 & up $55.00 & up $11.00 & up $30.00 & up $14.00 & up $700.00 & up $45.00 & up


SEATED DOLLARS 1840-1873 $150.00 & up


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May this issue find you well!


The start of the spring in the Northern Hemisphere is indicated by vernal equinox which occurs on March 20 or 21. Conversely the Southern Hemisphere sees it as the beginning of au- tumn. A known myth about the vernal equinox is that the day and the night hours are exactly 12, but generally doesn’t happen that way. An interesting fact about the first day of autumn is that one can see the sun go directly overhead. Another surprising fact is that it is only during both the equi- noxes that the sun sets due west and rises from the east. Spring for most of the people signifies the hope and search for new meaning in life. ~


The average major league career of a baseball is 5 to 7 pitches.


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Against the assault of laughter,


nothing can stand.


Mark Twain It is not length of life, but depth of life. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


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