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# What is the approximate value of a Sharps 50 or 52 cal 1859 c6669?

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###### 2011-10-20 17:05:37

This link may give you an idea, but it will depend what country you live in and the condition of the piece. Mine cost ยฃ1300 4 years ago, but is infinitely beter than the one depicted.

http://www.gun-appraisals.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=appraisal.certificate&act=form&item_id=77001

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In answer on the C Sharps arms Co four shot pepper box.My Uncle owns a pepper box .It is a 22 Cal.The serial # is 1069,it has a brass base.On the left side is C Sharps,patent 1859.On the right side is C Sharps Phila Pa. It seems in very good condition,good enough to fire.

As the U.S. did not mint nickels in 1859, I assume you're referring to a copper-nickel cent. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 03/2009: Very worn condition - \$13 Moderately worn - \$27 Slightly worn - \$40 Almost no wear - \$105

In good condition and good working order. Between 400 and 500 POUNDS. Depending on the finish.

The first year issue for a Indian Head cent was 1859

Indian Head cents were first minted in 1859.

The Indian Head penny was not minted until 1859.

The Arabic numbers for 1859 are 1859, the Roman numerals for 1859 are MDCCCLIX.

The factors of 1859 are: 1, 11, 13, 143, 169, 1859.

There's no such coin. Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.

The factors of 1859 are: 1, 11, 13, 143, 169, and 1859.The prime factors of 1859 are: 11 and 13.

There's no such coin. The first Indian head cents were struck in 1859.

Value depends on the date of the coin, post new question.

That coin doesn't exist. Indian head cents were minted from 1859 to mid-1909.

Check that coin again. Indian head cents didn't come out until 1859.

It's value is almost entirely dependant on the condition and history. I've seen them sell for as much as \$5,000 and as little as \$200.

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