Q: How much money is a 1999 ctotnhkn coin worth?

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There are two different sets of coins released by the US Mint every year. The uncirculated coin set contains one coin of each denomination from the Philadelphia mint and Denver mint. These are called P-D sets. This set will have twice the number of coins as the proof set for the same year. For 1999, the uncirculated coin set has 18 coins total and is worth $23.00 according to numismedia.com. The proof set for 1999 contains 9 coins and is worth $55.00.

It most likely is gold plated, gold plating adds really no value to the coin and like any other 1999 nickel, it is worth 5 cents.

July 16, 2009 In 1999, there were no $20 double eagle gold coins were produced by the US Mint. You may be refering to the American Gold Eagle coin. They were minted in $5, $10, $25 qnd $50 denominations. They were also minted in an Uncirculated coin and a Proof coin. If what you have is the $25 American Gold Eagle, then the Uncirculated coin is valued from $480 to $570 depending upon the condition of the coin. The Proof coin is valued from $625 to $750 depending upon the condition of the coin.

The coin is a Sacagawea dollar, it has no gold and is worth $1.00

The coin is only face value.

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Yes, it's worth money. How much money mainly depends on the coin's denomination, which you forgot to include in your question.

This coin probable doesn't exist.

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This coin does not exist. The platypus is on the 20c coin, and is worth 20 cents. The 5c coin has an echidna on it, and is worth five Australian cents.

25cents. you will need one older than that for it to be worth somthing

they are worth what ever someone is willing to pay for them

It depends on the year and condition, but not much more than 50 cents to $1.50 at best. If it's from the early 1900s, however (1912-1916), it could be worth $20 or more in uncirculated condition (up to $600 if it's a rare 1916 issue!).