You'll need to supply much more information. Size, denomination if you can determine it, color, any inscription(s) and/or image(s) that you can make out, etc. would be a help.
The value of a silver coin is always changing because the value of silver is always changing. See the related link below for a silver coin value calculator. This does not give the actual value of the coin but it does give the value of the metal used to make the coin. This is know as the melt value.
Without knowing which coin, there is no way of valuing it. What is the date on the coin, the value on it, condition? These are questions used to put an accurate value on a coin.
the smallest value of a coin is a penny.
intrinsic value If a coin had value because of its metal content, you would refer to the "bullion value" or the "melt value" of the coin, as versus the "numismatic value" that a coin which was rare or in exceptional condition would have.
Metal value depends on the purity of the silver and the weight of the coin. Numismatic value depends on the condition of the coin.
The value of the 5 Sydney Olympic coin is approximately $55.00. This is for the silver coin. The condition of the coin is something that may impact the value.
The value of that coin is 5.000
The coin is only face value.
The value depends on the coin, it's age and condition.
The "face value" of any coin is whatever is inscribed on it. The face value of a Penny coin, is One Penny.
PF-69 is not a value, it's a grade. But it does affect the value, the higher the grade the more value a coin has. A PF-69 coin is one grade below a "Perfect" proof coin.
Coin value king edward vii emporer 1/4 anna india 1910 what is the value of this coin please?
Pope Alexander VI was pope in 1498.
The value of a Brasil 10 centavo coin varies. The factors that determine the worth of the coin is consistent with the coins condition, and the year the coin was made.
The face value of a coin is however much money a coin can be spent as. A nickel's face value is 5 cents because it can only be spent as 5 cents.For example:The face value of a One Shilling coin is One Shilling.The face value of a One Dollar coin is One Dollar.The face value of any coin or bank note is what is written on it.
The value of such a coin will depend on the year it was minted and on the condition of the coin.
what is the value of 1894 Victoria.dei.gra.britt.regina coin
1856 3 cent coin value
For a coin it is just worth the value stamped on it i.e. the value on it's face So a common coin is worth face value, but a rare coin is worth more than face value.
You don't. Cleaning a coin can do nothing but make them lose value. Cleaning a coin easily decreases the value of any collectible coin by half.
The value of a coin from the 1100's will greatly vary. It will depend on the overall condition of the coin and if the coin is considered to be circulated.
The face value of any coin is what is inscribed on the face of it. The face value of a 1 Penny coin is 1 Penny.
2014 - 1498 = 516
If it was found in change, the coin is face value. A uncirculated coin is about 25 cents.