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Austin collector's rare coin could be worth upwards of $35,000

The coin, known as a "goloid," was made in 1878 and never put into circulation. The field manager with Treasure Hunter's Roadshow, based out of Springfield, Ill., says he's never seen one before. It could be worth anywhere from $2,000 to $35,000, according to the Austin Daily Herald.
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The coin, known as a "goloid," was made in 1878 and never put into circulation. The field manager with Treasure Hunter's Roadshow, based out of Springfield, Ill., says he's never seen one before. It could be worth anywhere from $2,000 to $35,000, according to the Austin Daily Herald.

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