It's a modern presidential dollar, minted in 2010, and is worth exactly one dollar.
It's worth one dollar.
The coin is just a dollar spend it.
They're extremely common, still worth one dollar.
The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial silver dollar was struck in Proof and Uncirculated versions. Both are valued the same at $29.00
Unless it's a proof coin it's just a dollar.
It's a 2010 presidential dollar coin, and it's worth one dollar. 1861-65 were the years Lincoln was in office.
Abraham Lincoln is on every United States penny. The value of an Abraham Lincoln coin is worth one penny or more depending on the year, rarity, and condition.
There is no such coin. Look at your Lincoln CENTS to see a picture of Abraham Lincoln. Halves minted in 1963 carry a portrait of Ben Franklin. They're worth about $6.
Unless it is a proof or special coin, it is worth $1.00 USD.It is a Presidential series dollar coin (brass), and the date (2010) can be found on the edge.One dollar.
It is hard to say what an embossed print of Abraham Lincoln would be worth. It would depend on the condition and the collectibility of the print.
Abe Lincoln is worth knowing about because he had a cool top hat and a massive beard.
Not gold but brass. It is only worth face value unless they have the mintmark "S". The mintmark is located on the rim of the coin.
Post new question with a date. Lincoln has never been on a half dollar.
Check that date again. Lincoln wasn't on the penny until 1909.
Lincoln has been on the penny since 1909. The value depends on the date and condition.
I have a penny with Abe Lincoln standing in front of a building how do you think it's worth
The American one with President Abraham Lincoln's portrait on is worth $5.00, five dollars.
I sold one on e bay for a cool million
The value of a $5 bill, printed in 1995 with Abraham Lincoln on it, is worth $5. A bill from 1995 is not old enough to be worth anymore than the face value.
A penny, with Abraham Lincoln's likeness, is worth one cent, or .01 of a dollar. A nickel, with Thomas Jefferson's likeness, is worth five cents, or .05 of a dollar. A dime, with Franklin Delano Roosevelt's likeness, is worth ten cents, or .10 of a dollar. A quarter, with George Washington's likeness, is worth twenty-five cents, or .25 of a dollar.
The penny is worth 1 cent and has Abraham Lincoln on the front of it. As of June 2014, a 1966 penny is worth $0.20 in poor condition and $0.55 in perfect condition.
1937 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 3 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about a dollar.
At the time, a donation of $1,000 helped Abraham Lincoln with the costs of the famed debates between Lincol and Douglas. It is worth while to point out that in 1858, $1,000 was a good deal of money.
It's a presidential dollar, minted in 2010, and it's worth one dollar.
It's worth exactly one cent.