Berette al390 silver mallord what is it worth?
If your shotgun has about 90% of its original finish remaining,it will bring 350-400 dollars.
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All silver Washington quarters (1932-1964) contain 0.18084 troy ounces of pure silver and are valued at $3.36 when silver is at $18.58 per ounce.
1922 is a very common date for silver dollars. At present, they're worth around $23 each.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1885 Morgan dollar is a very common coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $17.00-$19.00, better grade are $20.00-$21.00 a…nd coins showing almost no wear run from $22.00-$26.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer (MORE)
It depends on its date and mint mark (if any). At a minimum, the silver would be worth about $3 in scrap value, but if the coin has any collector's value it could be worth much more. Please post a new question with the coin's date and what mint mark it has, if any. On a Washington quarter, the mi…nt mark will be a small S or D above the ER in "QUARTER". If it's a Standing Liberty quarter, the mint mark will be on the front of the coin to the left of and slightly above the date. Coins made in Philadelphia before 1979/80 don't carry mint marks, so don't be concerned if your coin doesn't seem to have one. (MORE)
More information is needed. Mint Mark and condition, if known, are important factors in determining a coins value. A 1929 Dime can be worth from $2.32 up to as much as $28.00 dependent on the factors listed above.
Liquid silver is worth the same amount as solid silver. This is notits natural state, and it would have be kept at an extremely hightemperature to remain liquid.
No such coin as a "Liberty Silver Dollar" exists. All U.S. one dollar coins From 1794 to 2012 have the word LIBERTY on them. Please post a new question with the date on the coin.
6-23-11>>> 1943 is not a rare date for Mercury dimes, most are valued only for the silver, about $2.00
There is no such coin. The U.S. never struck cents in silver because they'd be worth far more than a penny! Please check the coin's date, value, issuing country, etc. and post a new question. If it in fact appears to be "silver" it's almost certainly a copper coin that was plated for use in jewel…ry. In that case it's considered to be altered which reduces its value significantly. The bad news is that an undamaged 1853 cent retails for at least $15. (MORE)
The only dollar coins minted in 1877 were Trade Dollars, identifiable because they have those words on the back. If your coin has that wording, its value depends on the condition and mint mark: S mint mark or plain (Phila) prices range from $65 to $200. CC mint mark coins range from $500 to… $2500. If you have any other design is it either a fantasy piece or a counterfeit; both are known to exist. (MORE)
Please post new question and include a date, mintmark, and condition for an answer. The mintmark is located above the DO in DOLLAR.
8-24-11>>> The US struck the last silver dollar in 1935. With a date of 1966, it's a HALF dollar that's 40% silver. As of today the value is about $6.00
Not enough detail. Please post a new question with the coin's exact date, and whether there is a small S or D on the back between the word ONE and the upright bundle of reeds.
Five hundred grains of silver is 1.0417 ounces. The value of 500grains of silver at the time of this writing is twenty one USdollars and 76 cents.
"Sterling silver" refers to the purity of a particular silver object - specifically, sterling silver is 92.5% silver.
Silver certificates are no longer exchangeable for silver bulliondue to classic supply and demand. Prior to the early 1960s the government controlled both the supplyand price of all silver metal in the US. Because the price wasfixed, it was possible to tie each silver certificate to a specificamoun…t of metal; one dollar was equivalent to approximately 0.77troy ounces of precious metal. However worldwide demand for silver skyrocketed due to increasinguse in electronics and other high-tech applications. Both companiesand other countries were willing to pay more than the fixed pricefor silver, which led to widespread speculation: People wouldexchange silver certificates for metal at the government's price,sell the metal for more on the open market, take the profit andre-exchange the rest for silver certificates which they exchangedagain ... and so on. Speculation was so rampant that silver coins almost vanished fromcirculation and the government's stores of silver bullion werebeing depleted at an alarming rate. To prevent the money supplyfrom being undermined the government stopped exchanging silvercertificates for metal. In addition they had to deregulate theprice of silver in the US and let it "float" on the world marketlike any other commodity. (MORE)
Please post a new question and include the date mintmark and condition of the coin.
A Beretta AL390 Diamond is worth what ever you are willing to pay for it. You do not see these guns very often. There are 2 kinds of people. People that want them and people who have them. The problem is getting the people who have them to sell them.
The first circulating US silver dollars were minted in 1794. There are pattern and trial pieces that pre-date the first circulating dollars, and there are many replicas and fantasy pieces as well. Any suspected "dollar" from 1792 should be checked for the word COPY or REPLICA worked into the desi…gn somewhere. If that's not present, it should be examined in person by one of the major grading and certification agencies such as ANA or PCGS. Absolutely 100% factual real 1792 U.S. silver dollar. The very first statute of the Mint Act of April 2, 1792, authorized striking of silver dollar denomination coins. Our federal coinage actually begins in 1792 with what could be argued to be patterns, regular production of some denominations commencing during 1793. The silver dollar denomination was delayed until 1794, in part due to a problem in requisitioning the necessary silver. If properly authenticated, over a million USD. (MORE)
So many were made that even uncirculated coins are only valued for the silver, about $3.00
For 1971 & 1972 only proof versions of this coin were struck in 40% silver and have values of about $6.00.
Sorry, no US dollar coins exist dated 1911. Please look at the coin again and post new question. sorry i don't know how to post a separate answer..... I'll assume you meant the Canadian silver dollar.... not the American.... the Canadian silver dollar from "1911" is worth approx 1 million dollars, o…nly 2 were minted and only as a test to see how they'd turn out. There is one more out there that isn't silver, i think its lead for a total of 3 in existence. One is in a museum in Ottawa and one is in a private collection and im not sure where the third is. (MORE)
Quarters are 90% silver with 10% copper, NOT pure silver. Without knowing any details like the date or condition, it's at worth at least $5 for its melt value.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1883 Morgan is a very common coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins of this type have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $17.00-$19.00, be…tter grade are $20.00-$21.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $22.00-$26.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer (MORE)
No US silver dollars were made in 1821 look at the coin again, post new question
The dollar will soon fall anytime within the next three years. Silver will be completely mined out by 2020. We have 8 trillion ounces or about 500 billion pounds left. It sound like a lot, but view debt clock. It goes rapidly. When the dollar collapses, people will want their gold and silver. What h…appened is that people bought into silver, but didn't have the actual silver. The banks gave them the money for the silver. About 30.00 dollars today. For every 45 people that bought an ounce of silver, there is only an ounce for all of them. A 45:1 people per ounce ratio. So when everybody demands their silver, they won't receive it. Therefore the price will jump to 45 times as much. So take 30, actual price about 50. So take 50 and multiply it by 45. Your $30 ounce of silver is really worth 2250 per troy ounce. For every pound you are really worth about $31,500. So I would stock into silver now. I spent $100, and technically worth about $6000. $76.41 per ounce. Due to 2017 War between Israel and Iran All Metals will Boom.. Don't ask about Gold ($4761 Oz) BTW in 2010 they will be a global Cooling, warming and Gigantic Ocean waves 200 ft tall. (MORE)
This coin was designed by George T. Barber, weighs 26.73 grams, has a diameter of 38.1 millimeters, and is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. With no mint mark; 22$ in very fine condition, 25$ in extremely fine condition, 35$ in about uncirculated condition, 40$ in low grade uncirculated condi…tion, 65$ in lower middle grade uncirculated condition, 165$ in upper middle grade uncirculated condition, 1,900$ in high grade uncirculated condition, and 3,000$ if proof. With a CC mint mark; 125$ in very fine condition, 185$ in extremely fine condition, 225$ in about uncirculated condition, 400$ in low grade uncirculated condition, 1,100$ in lower middle uncirculated condition, 2,475$ in upper middle grade uncirculated condition and 6,300$ in high grade uncirculated condition. No proofs known. With an O mint mark; 25$ in very fine condition, 30$ in extremely fine condition, 40$ in about uncirculated condition, 80$ in low grade uncirculated condition, 140$ in lower middle uncirculated condition, 350$ in upper middle grade condition, and 1,650$ in high grade uncirculated condition. No proofs known With a S mint mark; 22$ in very fine condition, 25$ in extremely fine condition, 30$ in about uncirculated condition, 70$ in low grade uncirculated condition, 125$ in lower middle grade uncirculated condition, 275$ in upper middle grade uncirculated condition, and 1,500$ in high grade uncirculated condition. No proofs known. whew! (MORE)
8-12-11>>> This is a American Silver Eagle 1 ounce bullion coin. The value is tied to the spot price of silver at time of sale. Right now it's $39.11 per ounce. This price is a little less than you could buy it for and a little more than you could sell it for. But it gives you an idea of value. N…OTE: The spot price of silver and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. So the value of this coin will go up and down. (MORE)
None of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums
It depends on if the coin is a Barber or Mercury Head dime both are dated 1916 also if it has any mintmarks and the condition of the coin. Post new question.
$3- $75 3 if its rip torn worn if it never been touched then 75
Simple answer: Your 1994 silver dollar is a one ounce bullion coin made of pure silver, the value as of today (10-10-10) is $23.22 NOTE: Precious Metals Spot Pricing changes by the minute during marketplace trading.
If it has an "S" mintmark, it may be silver and worth up to $8.60 at the time of writing, however, if it doesn't have an "S" mintmark, it isn't silver and is only worth $1.
Over the winter most mallards will migrate south to warmer climates, only to return to their original nesting grounds in the spring. If you have a pet mallard that can't (or won't) migrate south, you should make a nest for it in a protected area like a barn or a shed and provide food and water for i…t until the waterways thaw out and there is grass and bugs available for it to forage from. You should also provide some clear water for it to swim on and preen itself on. (MORE)
Assuming the coin has no mintark, the 1922 PEACE dollar is the highest mintage and most common coin of the series. Circulated examples are $23.00-$27.00
The W is not a mint mark but an initial. These coins are not rare and are worth $4 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition they are worth an average of $10 to around $50 depending on condition.
The coins are worth about $26.00 just for the silver. The collectible values depend on the date, mintmark's and condition of the coin's.
For the year 1921 two silver dollars were issued and each is a separate series of dollar coins and the designs are very different. Morgan dollars were issued from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921, the obverse (front) of the coin has a portrait of Miss Liberty with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM above her h…ead, on the reverse the eagle has its wings spread out. The Peace dollar was also issued in 1921 to 1928 and 1934 & 1935 the obverse of this coin has the word LIBERTY above Miss Liberty's head and on the reverse the eagles wings are folded and it's standing on a rock with the word PEACE on it. The values between the two are very different, post new question with more info.. (MORE)
4-26-11>> If it's a 2011 Silver Eagle bullion coin, they are in a big demand and silver is up. Average selling price is $54.00 in my area.
He was a landscape painter who found the light more interesting than the subject of his paintings.
Miss Liberty (not a real person) is on the obverse of the coin and assuming no mint marks retail values for circulated coins run from $38.00 to $45.00 depending on the condition of the coin.
No US dimes were struck in 1922, look at the coin again and post new question.
8-10-11>>> It's a common date Washington quarter, most are only valued for the silver, about $7.00 as of today.
8-10-11>>> Eisenhower dollars were made from 1971 to 1978. None of the coins made for general circulation contain any silver and most are not worth more than face value, people call them silver dollars just because of the size of the coins. But the 1973 coins were not released for circulation, they …were only issued in Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in 1973. Depending on the condition of the coin, it may be worth up to $10.00. Special collectors coins of 40% silver were also made in 1973 with "S" mintmarks, but not all coins with this mintmark are 40% silver. (MORE)
No such coin exist. Roosevelt is only on the dime. Post new question with a date.
You get the relevant factorial metal in relation to the substance, which in this case is SilverWorthPiR^2 and once you have that equation you get the secondary form "Gram of silver" and take it to the root (Root SilverWorthPiR^2/Gram of silver ) you then convert this into the relevant currency (Â£…,$ etc.) and there you have it. (MORE)
The U.S. never has struck a silver cent. The coin has likely been plated, and is worth just a penny.
It depends on several factors and cannot be answered as asked. That is a lot like asking How much is a silver car worth...
I have two solid yourex silver forks that was retreived from an old plantation home. The house was constructed back in 1840. Looking for a value of theses forks
1943 cents are steel and zinc, not silver. They're worth 10 cents in average condition and upwards of a dollar in uncirculated condition.