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Is the 911 Twenty Dollar Silver Certificate from National Collectors Mint Really worth anything?
No. This is the not the first time this company has tried to profit off the 9/11 tragedy. They were shut down by Eliot Spitzer the first time, and I understand there is an investigation underway over this latest effort. They claim they are selling it for "face value," but there is no "face value." It is not legal tender, and it is very likely a scam.
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Yes, check eBay for its prices you should be astonished. More...Any U.S. coin before 1980 without a mint mark is perfectly normal. It simply means the coin was minted in …Philadelphia. As of 05/2009 Morgan dollars of any date and mint mark retail for at least $14 in the lowest grade, and possibly very much more. Check the Related Link for specific values.
The 1894 Morgan dollar is a key date coin. Even low grade coins have good retail value and start at $800.00 in G-4 and then jumps to over $1,000.00 in the next grade VG-8 and …tops out at $2,810.00 in AU-58 the highest grade of circulated coins. If you actually have this coin I suggest you take it to a collector or dealer for a better idea of the value or even consider a third-party grading service.
Unless it has an "S" mintmark or is in official mint packaging, it is only worth face value.
Retail value is $32.00-$39.00 depending on condition.
Coins from private mints like that have zero collector value and are only worth the metals used to make them. If the coin is silver, it's worth something for that. If not, it'…s not worth anything.
Retail values for mint state coins are MS-60 $34.00/ MS-61 $36.00/ MS-62 $40.00/ MS-63 $53.00 most uncirculated Morgan dollars fall into these grades.
In AU-55 condition your coin retails for about $950. In MS-60 that figure is about $1900.
In circulated grades it ranges from $18 to $27. MS-60 (typical uncirculated) goes to $36 and the higher grade grades rise quite a bit to $435 in MS-66.
1979 is the most common date for Susan B. Anthony dollars -- hundreds of millions of them were minted, so they are very common. They are made of a sandwich of copper & nickel… -- like quarters are -- so they have no silver in them. Being as common as they are, even in mint uncirculated condition, they are only worth a couple of dollars at best. The first answer is correct UNLESS it is a 1979 P Near Date variety (sometimes called a Wide Rim variety) which would retail for $12. Or a 1979 S Type II proof which lists for $110. Even the 1979 S Type I proof lists at $8
Its worth about $16.50 in Very Good condition (which is not very good at all, actually), $20.00 in Extremely Fine condition (only slightly worn) and $36.00 in Uncirculated con…dition -- unless it was minted in Carson City (there would be a "CC" mint mark below the center of the wreath on the reverse of the coin), in which case the above values would be $375, $425, and $550. (There are other mint marks - "O" for New Orleans and "S" for San Francisco, but they are no different in value from the un-mint-marked Philadelphia-made variety in this year.) Note that the Morgan silver dollar (of which the 1881 coin that you have is an example) is 90% silver, has 0.7734 troy ounce ASW (Actual Silver Weight) and thus has a "melt value" (as of the February 1, 2008 price of silver at $16.76 per troy ounce) of $12.96.
This is one of the key dates of the Morganseries the value is higher than other Morgans even in lower circulated grades.And value to grade is very important.Please consult a t…rusted collector or dealer to get the coins grade.
$14 to $20 depending on condition.
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8-4-11>>> 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 $39.33 per ounce and dropping, fa…st. 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. NOTE: 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
No because there is no such thing as a Kennedy silver dollar, only half dollars.
Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1888 Morgan dollar is common. The retail values are $17.00-$26.00 depending on condition. Values are a market average and only for coins i…n collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer
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Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1879 Morgan Dollar (1878-1904 & 1921) is a common coin. Most coins have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. Retail values, as of 8-26-…11, are $37.00-$44.00 depending on what grade the coin is. Values are only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelry or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer.
In circulation they're always worth the face value of the bill. As for the collector value, in very good condition (not a grading phrase) they will usually be worth $3-$4 …depending on the year they were printed, and possibly much more if they're older than 1935, or are special such as the wartime bills printed for use in Hawaii and North Africa. If in mint condition they could be worth a few dollars more. There are exceptions that are worth much more. See related link below.