You have 8 mints and 170 years worth of coins to pick from, so that's a wildly broad question.
Pennies and nickels back to the 1940s are pretty much worth face value to a few cents more, assuming you found them in change. Dimes, quarters, halves, and dollars are worth at least 10 times face value just for their silver content. However, some can be worth much more as collectibles. You need to know the coins' specific dates and mint marks to be able to tell.
The two sites linked below can be a big help. CoinFacts shows the location of mint marks for almost every U.S. coin ever made. Numismedia FMV lists the fair market value of U.S. coins by date, condition, and mint mark.
The yellow coins are worth 1, the red coins are worth 2, and the blue coins are worth 3.
If you are talking about the past, coins were worth by how much silver was in each of them.
How much ancient coins are worth depends on where they are from and in what condition they are. It also depends on how rare they are.
It depends on what coins they are.
They are bullion coins and are worth only what the metals they are composed of are worth.
1 yocash = 100 coins
how much are 1970 silver 1oz Canadian olympic coins worth
Now its 100 coins and silver is worth 200 coins.
100 coins = £1
us$15=pounds of coins
The brass $1 presidential dollar coins are only worth $1.
The silver dollar Constitution coins are worth about $7.00 apiece. The gold $5 Constitution coins are worth about $100.00 apiece.