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An original, slightly damaged U.S. Coin glass ruby-stained toothpick holder showing a silver dollar sold last fall at Green Valley Auctions in Mt. Crawford, Va., for $660.Government regulations for sales of antiques have always been confusing. Today it is illegal to sell....



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