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How much does a Draped Bust coin fabricate cost?

(Sorry for my Eng) I ask a beau to see if it's genuine he said it is, down repay a collage professor i met said so. It's in virtue word, well-grounded the top formerly larboard piece is kinda scratched.
How much do you meditate on it's worth? pic of coin is here: http://coindad.com/coin/Cent_1803_F.jpg "

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