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This stuff is always fascinating. I've been hoarding coins for years now. I never spend any of them. Of course it's not like I'm getting much every day. Maybe a couple dollars a week in change. That doesn't add up very fast. It's interesting to see that the "most valuable" coins are actually the ones with the least face value; pennies and nickels.

Out of curiosity, how realistic is it to actually melt down and separate metals for their base metal value? It would seem like it might be "fun", but unless you are doing it on a large scale, I would think it would probably cost more to set it up than it's worth.

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