My friend, a coin collector and avid coin collector, once told me that the upstate coins are the most difficult to find coins he has ever seen. It is truly insane to think that there are thousands of coins worth of money and no one has ever seen them. For me, I think my coin collection is my biggest treasure of coins and paper money.
Upstate coins are what you get when a bunch of people lose their minds. They have been found in the mountains, in forests, and even out in the middle of the ocean (you can see them in the video). Because they are so rare, they are extremely valuable. My friend’s collection includes the famous penny, the one he got when he was ten years old(!), and the dime. I have the original penny, and the original dime.
There are a number of reasons to collect upstate coins, but the most popular is probably the penny, which was the first coin ever minted. The original penny is more than 2,300 years old, so it’s a pretty interesting find. The dime as well, is worth about one-quarter of a million dollars. You’ve got to get that one, too.
The story of the penny began in the 18th century when a local farmer named John Leland noticed the value of the coin in a coin collector’s book. He was so impressed that he kept it. The story goes that he kept it for five years before selling it to a wealthy man who put it on his mantelpiece.
One of the reasons the penny is so valuable is that it was the first penny ever minted. The original penny was called a “pennyworth” because its main value was in weight. Although the weight of the penny today is around 2.5 grams, it was originally around 150 grains. That would have meant that the penny weighed about 3.
I know this is a bit of a weird thing to say, but pennies are very, very, very rare and expensive. I can’t help but want to buy one just to get an insight into the world of pennies.
Like many other things we now know about pennies, we have no idea why they were invented. In fact, we don’t know what the early pennies actually weighed. We also know that the first penny was worth less than today’s penny. The earliest known penny was dated back in 1799. It was supposed to be the first time that a coin, rather than a currency, was ever minted. That’s why it was called a penny.
The early pennies were simply a coin that was made of copper instead of gold. They were then used as currency, but no longer were. They were dropped in the late 1800’s as the metal was starting to run out. The coin that started it all was a quarter. A quarter is simply a penny with one side missing. It was used by the British government as the official currency for a few years before Britain switched to the dollar.
The penny was dropped in the United States in 1794. Its name changed from penny to penny to halfpenny in 1839. The halfpenny was soon changed into the dollar coin. It officially became the official currency of the US in 1842.
While the halfpenny was a good unit of measurement in the US, it was never a very good one. The US dollar was still being minted in the US until the Civil War. So the halfpenny was actually a much better coin than the dollar has been in the US for the past 2,000 years. At one point, the halfpenny was worth about a quarter of a dollar.