AU stands for "Almost Uncirculated." It represents numeric grades 50-59, or just below uncirculated. BU stands for "Brilliant Uncirculated." In general this description is discouraged in light of numeric grading, as BU is really in the eyes of the beholder. Some feel that BU should be reserved for MS-65 or better, while others will include all the mint-state grades (60-69) under the term. AU (About Uncirculated) is the grade between XF (Extra Fine) and UNC (Uncirculated). AU graded coins will have just the lightest touch of wear on only the high points of the coin's design. BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) coins, for the most part, are called that to avoid assigning a specific numeric grade -- to let the buyer determine their own grade. In general, you will find these coins to grade in the MS-60 to MS-63 range.
AU means "about uncirculated" and BU means bullion. BV stands for Bullion value and BU is the abbreviation for Brilliant Uncirculated.
Spend it this coin is face value only.
I am assuming that it is an 1852 minted in Philadelphia since the vast majority were. For a certified coin in AU grade the value is between about $250 - $400 depending on what grade AU it is (AU-50, AU-53, AU-55.....).
12,609,000 minted in 1954, Copper-Nickel coin value for Fine is AU$0.50, considered a junk coin. Most Greek coins pre-1954 have some value though.
If the coin grades from VF-20 to AU-50 the value is $200.00-$250.00
A 1908 Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle coin with no motto on reverse in a mint state of AU-50 is worth: $975.00; if this coin does have the motto on revese, its value in a mint state of AU-50 is also: $975.00.
its a rare copper coin in au condition about $2000.thank u.
The Red Book Professional Edition gives retail value of $22,500.00 for a certified example in AU-55. Other sources for a raw coin are between $12,000.00 and $13,000.00 in AU-55
AU means that the coin is about uncirculated. To the untrained eye, the coin appears to be uncirculated but if you look closely you will see wear on the highest parts of the coin. Many times, a high grade AU coin will look better than a lower grade MS (mint state) coin, even though the AU coin has wear while the MS coin does not.
Retail values for this coin are $1,440.00 in G-4/ $1,630.00 in VF-20/ $3,690.00 in AU-50 I suggest showing it to a dealer or collector for a firm value.
That date at the most is $3.00 retail in AU-58
This coin list for 100.00 in AU the rotated die may add to the value.Consult a professional.
At least 20 US dollars and maybe more if the condition is AU or better.
A certified AU-55 example of the 1879-CC Half Eagle has a current retail value in the $8,000.00 range. This issue saw extensive use and most surviving coins are in the lower grades. AU coins are considered rare.
Retail values run from $10.00-$100.00 for a circulated coin depending on the grade. G-4 $10.00/VG-8 $12.00/F-12 $17.00/VF-20 $26.00/EF-40 $46.00/AU-50 $71.00/AU-53$76.00/AU-55 $88.00/AU-58 $101.00
This coin needs to be graded for an accurate assessment. The low circulated grade G-4 has a value of $390.00 the high circulated grade of AU-58 is $2,440.00 it's a wide range of prices. So have a dealer or collector grade the coin for a better idea of value.
Au bistro du coin - 2011 is rated/received certificates of: France:U
Retail prices for this coin run from $175.00 in the grade of G-4 to $940.00 in AU-58 Mint state coins start at $1,700+
The 1846 Liberty Seated Dollar has retail values in the circulated grades that run from $216.00 in G-4 to $1,590.00 in AU-58. I suggest having a dealer or collector evaluate the coin for a accurate value.
From my experience cleaned coins don't sell, most are purchased for the gold content but if the coin is high grade AU or uncirculated I consider how it was cleaned and how much damage has been done. You will not get full market value for the coin, rule of thumb is subtract 50% of the value or more on cleaned coins. So if your coin is uncirculated the date 1915 is common and the value is $290.00-50%= $145.00 and the melt value as of today is $139.45 that is the value of the coin
For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. A 1924-S Mercury Head dime in the AU grade range is valued as follows: AU-50 $90.00 / AU-53$105.00 / AU-55 $130.00 / AU-58 $175.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelry or have been cleaned have little or no value to a collector or dealer.
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A real one is very rare with values starting at $108,000.00 for circulated coin in the grade of F-12 to $546,000.00 in AU-55
There are 2 types of 3 cent coins dated 1868, a small silver coin and dime sized nickel coin. Retail values for the silver coins are $400.00 in VF-20 to $500.00 in AU-50 Values of the nickel coins are $25.00 in VF-20 to $55.00 in AU-50