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Pawn Stars: A Very Rare 1944 Silver Coin (Season 13) | History

Pawn Stars: A Very Rare 1944 Silver Coin (Season 13) | History

100 comments on “Pawn Stars: A Very Rare 1944 Silver Coin (Season 13) | History

  1. Expert: This is what its worth. Seller: Ive created my own cost. Rick: Ill give you 5 bucs and let chumlee play with your balls.

  2. When I was small I'm sure I saw many colorful coins they either brown or silver but a silver penny Im sure I seen one look I hate learning makes my head hurt and boring you know but when it comes being rich and its worth something important I better do my homework

  3. my friend found some pennies….and we were talking how some pennies are worth big money and he mentioned the 1943 steel penny…and he cant see well and handed it to me right as we were discussing and he didnt even know it was steel because it was dirty…and he asks me what date it is and i told him…..a 1943 lincoln steel penny!!! yesterday this happened! just wanted to share.TY JESUS!  maybe me next!

  4. Sell it somewhere else….They're RIP OFFS…
    PERIOD. 25,000$…what a joke.
    Good for you for refusing their USELESS offer. Cheers.

  5. The lowest the dude would go is 75000 dollars. C'mon really? If it were a rare gold coin yes. But a penny? seriously. Rick is right.

  6. I find it so hard to fathom why someone thinks a PAWN SHOP should give them a lot for something. Try a COIN SHOP for something like that!

  7. He has some nice relatives or friends to give him such a nice gift for his birthday. I doubt I would sell it, but then if I got 102,000 I might. lol…Like someone else said, why would he go to a pawn shop expecting to get a premium for it?

  8. The expert just looks at the lowest price, i checked the auctions for this coin, one of these public auctions sold the coin for 158000, so this expert is low balling.

  9. The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000, depending on its condition. The 1943 copper cent — with only 40 made and 12 known to exist today — can command a price of around $150,000 to $200,000.

  10. most item online you can actually price them at 1,000,000$ to 1$ so if you believe on that well its up to you. but auctions are way better and accurate on price cause they have the catalogs .

  11. A Google search

    The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000, depending on its condition. The 1943 copper cent — with only 40 made and 12 known to exist today — can command a price of around $150,000 to $200,000.

    Im thinking their expert had a commission coming.

  12. big fan , just saw the show , great 1 , I was riveted to that show especially being a fan coins , cant spell NUMIS,whatever

  13. If he had been serious about selling for top dollar, he would have offered it through one of the big prestigious auction houses!

  14. I have a 1943 steel penny in good condition stashed away somewhere in the house. I'm glad I held onto it.. Hopefully it's worth a ton of $$$..

  15. A 1944 steel cent, MS64 sold at Stacks Bowers for $158,600. Looks like guy offering it for sale actually did his homework. They say buyer beware, but at Pawn Stars, it was seller beware in this case. Rick should be embarrassed. His "expert" was neither fair or honest. This graded at AU58, but just doesn't add up. Apparently this dudes idea of a "gold mine" is pretty small. Come on man!!!

  16. Total TV set up…old guy was never gonna sell…. Pawn shop was never gonna buy. They just needed something cool to shoot so there you go. I wouldn't be surprised if the old guy was an actor and the coin was on loan from a silent owner.

  17. The title of this video should say Steel penny , not Silver . This old guy probably has a wooden nickel for sale , one million dollars, not a steel penny less . Ha

  18. People always assume rare equals 6 figures. An auction is a real place where sales occur. The expert is right here. I can create a website in 10 minutes and explain why this coin should be valued around $1.4M but all that would be is one mans opinion.

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