How much is an 1882 walking liberty dollar worth?
An 1882 US Dollar would be a Morgan Dollar. The walking Liberty design was used only on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-oz silver bullion coins issued since 1986.
The value could range from $9 for a well-worn coin to several hundred dollars for one in uncirculated condition. There's more information at the Related Question.
There were no Trade Dollars made in 1882 with a CC mintmark -- must be a counterfeit. Either that or it's a Morgan Dollar, like the one in the picture here : http://www.coinfacts.com/silver_dollars/morgan_dollars/1882_morgan_dollars/1882cc_morgan_silver_dollar.htm In circulated condition, an 1882-CC Morgan Dollar is worth about $70.00
How much is a 1882 Morgan dollar worth in good shape and also a 1891cc Morgan dollar worth that worn quite a bit?
It's called a Morgan dollar after its designer George T. Morgan. The design was introduced in 1878, several years before the Statue of Liberty was created. The resemblance between the two depictions of Miss Liberty is due to artistic styles of the time, nothing else. There's more information at the Related Question.
Morgan dollars were minted for spending rather than investment, unlike modern Walking Liberty "eagle dollars". Morgans also don't contain 1 oz of silver. They were made of 0.7734 troy oz, plus a small amount of copper for hardness. The reason for the strange amount is that it was the amount of silver that was worth $1 at the time the coins were in circulation. There's more information at the Related Question.
1882 is not a rare date for Indian Head cents. If it's corroded, damaged, cleaned, or otherwise has significant problems, it is worthless. Without problems, but well-worn, it's worth about $2.00 If the LIBERTY in the Indian's headband is complete and readable, it's worth about $6.00 A nice uncirculated one is worth about $25.00
There are several factors that can decide your coins worth. First is the shape it is in, scratched, warn, etc. Second is the location in which it was minted. They can be minted with a small S, O, CC, or blank just at the foot of the eagle on the backside. Blank is typically the least rare, and CC is typically the rarest for your type of coin. The best next step is to take…
It greatly depends on the mint and condition of the coin. The following are for coins in VF-20 (Very Fine) condition. Ones in higher condition may be worth considerably more. 1882 - $12,500 1882 CC -$1,450 1882 S - $975 Because these coins contain 0.96750 oz of pure gold their value will go up or down as the price of gold changes, at times by as much as $100. *Note: It is illegal to alter…