Coins and Paper Money

How much is an 1888 King Kalakaua coin worth?

456

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2012-05-31 15:47:20
2012-05-31 15:47:20

That varies a lot, depending upon the condition of the coin, also is it 1/4 1/2 or one dollar?

It is a quarter in EF condition

001
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


Authentic Hawaiian dimes are dated 1883 not 1888. Look at the coin again and post new question.


If the coin is authentic, the value greatly depends on condition. Circulated examples sell from $75.00 to $275.00. Mint State examples, $400.00 to $575.00


Only 5 official coins were struck for the kingdom of Hawaii. 4 dated 1883 and one dated 1847 and none were struck in gold. King Kalakaua I is on the 4 silver coins dated 1883, 1 dollar/half/quarter and dime. King Kamehameha III is on the 1847 cent. The coin is likely a replica of some type.


An 1888 5 dollar gold coin can be worth anywhere from $400.00 upwards to one grand. It really depends on the circulation of the coin and its overall condition.


The $1 dollar 1883 gold kalakaua king of Hawaii is a extremely rare coin. All but 50 of these were made in silver. The 50 gold coins were struck and given to Hawaiian royalty. David Kalakaua, was ultimately the last king of Hawaii. In 1898 Hawaii was annexed by the United States, and in 1900 it became a U.S. territory. On August 21, 1959 it became the 50th American state. (if you are lucky enough to find one) these gold coins would go between $8000-$20,000 depending on the condition.


If you mean a 1888 Morgan silver dollar? It's a very common coin. Circulated coins are worth $31.00-$44.00.


The $1 dollar 1883 gold kalakaua king of Hawaii is a extremely rare coin. All but 50 of these were made in silver. The 50 gold coins were struck and given to Hawaiian royalty. David Kalakaua, was ultimately the last king of Hawaii. In 1898 Hawaii was annexed by the United States, and in 1900 it became a U.S. territory. On August 21, 1959 it became the 50th American state. (if you are lucky enough to find one) these gold coins would go between $8000-$20,000 depending on the condition.


The $1 dollar 1883 gold kalakaua king of Hawaii is a extremely rare coin. All but 50 of these were made in silver. The 50 gold coins were struck and given to Hawaiian royalty. David Kalakaua, was ultimately the last king of Hawaii. In 1898 Hawaii was annexed by the United States, and in 1900 it became a U.S. territory. On August 21, 1959 it became the 50th American state. (if you are lucky enough to find one) these gold coins would go between $8000-$20,000 depending on the condition.


Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question with its denomination.


Assuming the coin has no mintmark it is worth $54-$17,000. The chance of your coin be worth 17,000 is very rare.


Assuming the coin is circulated and still in collectible condition, the 1888-O Morgan is a common coin, current average values are $38.00-$44.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


The 10 pfennig coin was first issued by the German Empire on 1873.


I will put a value of $420.00 retail on this coin. That's the value of a Extremely Fine graded Quarter Eagle dated 1888


The 1888-O Morgan is a more common New Orleans Mint coin. Assuming it's circulated, average values are $32.00 to $44.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.


About $60,000,000.00 - %85,000,000.00


No coin of any denomination were struck in 1888 at the Carson City Mint.


All 1888 US silver coins carried a picture of Miss Liberty. Please post a new question with the coin's denomination.


It depends on the condition of the coin, it can range from very little to very large.


Retail is about $350 if well worn, up to $1200 if almost uncirculated.


$450 to $500 regardless of mint mark, due to its metal content.



A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.A "semis" was a coin worth half of the as.


A 1903 King Edward VII one cent coin is probably worth only a small amount of money. It is worth less than five dollars because it is made of copper.


I have a comic coin #5. It depicts a king and 2 women on one side(heads) and a knight on the other (tails). It says Once a king, always a king (heads) and one a knight is enough (tails). Is this coin worth anything?


All US coins carry this motto so this does not help to identify your coin. Post a new question and include a date, denomination, and condition of your coin.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.