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With a point&shoot camera, use the macro or close-up mode.

With a DSLR, use a macro lens or extension tubes.

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What is this coin worth


After doing a couple of searches on it value is about 1 cent. It would be best to take it to a coin / collector shop and have them take a look at it. Value of coins is based a lot on condition of the coin; looking at the picture you posted it would be "Fair" at best.

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Im guessing you have extracted the picture from ur cam to your PC? The most efficient way to do this would be to use a programme such as photoshop, which would allow you to cut out the exact image you want. If you dont have photoshop, a quick and cheap solution would be to use Paint which almost every standard PC will have, usually found under all programmes & accessories. Simply paint white around the coin and save the pic.
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