# A man finds a small iron coin dated 154 B.C., what's it worth?

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posted Apr 27, 2015

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Answer: The coin is fake, the dating system that uses B.C. and A.D. wasn't created until the year 525. So it is essentially worthless.

solution Apr 28, 2015
Taking all you have stated into account the coin would be worth what ever he could sell it for. If he got a dollar for it or a thousand dollars that's what it was worth to someone

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