The phrase "E Pluribus Unum" does NOT describe the denomination of a coin.
The coin is a MORGAN dollar. Assuming the coin is circulated and depending on grade a 1879 retails at $37.00-$44.00
7-19-11>>> The national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on most all US coins dated 1879, post a new question with a denomination.
The phrase "E pluribus unum" does nothing to describe the coin, because it's found on most US coins. That said, a 2011 US dollar coin is worth exactly one dollar.
The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar and will likely be worth the same in 2017 as it is today, one dollar.
Circulated coins have retail values of $17.00-$26.00 depending on grade. And it's called a Morgan dollar and was struck from 1878-1904 & 1921
It's worth whatever amount the coin says. That phrase by itself doesn't give enough information to determine the value.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $26.00-$32.00 depending on how much wear the coin has. The 1879 Morgan is a common date.
E PLURIBUS UNUM is NOT a type of silver dollar, it is the national motto. The coin is a MORGAN dollar. Assuming the coin is circulated without any mintmarks, an 1879 retails at $30.00-$40.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.
PHRASE, not "phase"E Pluribus Unum, not "pluribus unum"The words mean "Out of many, one" and appear on ALL American coins.
E Pluribus Unum does NOT identify a coin. Post a new question and include the country of origin, denomination, and date.
The phrase "E pluribus unum" is found on all U.S. coinage. A coin dated 1884 with an eagle on it could be a quarter, half dollar, or dollar.
Which US coin dated 1900 with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM are you asking about?
$27 to $120,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
Circulated coins are $17.00 to $30.00 and it's a Morgan dollar not an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin.
If your coin says E PLURIBUS UNUM on it, then it's not a U.S. Mint Gold Dollar. It may be a gold plated silver dollar -- in which case it is currently worth about $20 If it's something else, then it will only be worth whatever melt value it may have.
The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, not the type or name of any U.S. coin and CAN NOT be used to identify a coin. Post a new question and include the denomination of the coin.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1900 Morgan dollar dollar is a common date of the series. Retail values are $30.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin. Also there is no such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin. This Latin phrase is the national motto and is on all Morgan dollars.
A date an denomination are needed, post new question. NOTE: An E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin does NOT EXIST.
No such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin, post new question with date and denomination.
No such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin, all 2008 US coins have this motto.
A denomination is needed.
Please be more specific
A five cent coin from 2005 is worth five cents.
All U.S. coins since 1873 have been legally required to bear the phrase "e pluribus unum". Thus "e pluribus unum" is not sufficient to identify the coin you're asking about. Without more information about the coin (denomination, condition, and where minted) there's no way to answer the question.