A 1798 Draped Bust Large Cent is worth in good condition (G4): $110-$200.
Draped Bust Small Eagle, 1797 & 1798 are worth thousands in good condition. In uncirculated condition they are worth many thousands of dollars.
You either possess a Draped Bust, Small Eagle Dollar or a draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle Dollar - both coins were minted by the US Treasury in 1798. Please let me know which coin you have and its mint state and I will be able to relay its present market value.
The "Heraldic Eagle" reverse was first used in 1798. An authentic 1797 DB dollar should have the "Small Eagle" reverse.
As with most early American coins varieties exist, and the 1798 Draped Bust dollar has 10 Major varieties and two reverses and all are considered scarce. In general values of circulated examples run from $1,100.00 to more than $80,000.00 depending on grade and type.
As with most early American coins varieties exist, and the 1798 Draped Bust dollar has 10 Major varieties and two reverses and all are considered scarce. Values of authentic circulated examples run from $1,100.00 to more than $80,000.00 depending on grade and type. Many replicas and copy's exist.
For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most all early U.S. coins have different varieties for the same year issued. The 1798 Draped Bust Large Cent has 4 of them. The value of the coin runs from $30.00 to $100.00 (depending on which variety) in the lowest collectible grade of AG-3 and well over $1,000.00 starting at the VF range of grades. If you can, take it to more than one coin dealer for an idea of actual value. Values given 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 far less value if any to a collector or dealer.
All large cents were minted in Philadelphia, so they don't carry mint marks. The first cent to have a mint mark was the 1908 Indian Head penny made in San Francisco.
The first Trade Dollars were minted in 1873. If your coin says Trade Dollar on the back and is dated 1798 it is a counterfeit. The market has been flooded with counterfeit dollars, some very good, some laughably bad with impossible dates, designs, or mint marks.
The first Trade Dollars are dated 1873. If this coin is a Trade Dollar dated 1798 it's counterfeit.
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These large cents are very valuable. Even in poor condition, MS5 or 10 it is still worth about $30. Very good condition would be in the hundreds.
This coin needs to be seen for a value, 4 kinds for this year an a very wide range in price from AG-3 $40.00 for one type to $60.00 AG-3 for a different type.Take it to a coin dealer.
There are 4 major varieties of 1798 large cent. As of 11/2009, retail prices in average worn condition are:1798 with the 8 over a 7: about $750With the reverse of 1796 : about $900First hairstyle : about $420Second hairstyle : about $360In any case these coins are sufficiently difficult to value that you'd need to take it to an expert for an in-person examination to get a more accurate figure.
There were no British Farthings minted from 1776 to 1798 inclusive.
There were no British Pennies minted from 1798 to 1805 inclusive.
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The Bastille was Stormed on 14 July 1798 which marks the beginning of the French Revolution. It was not torn down until later.
he invaded Egypt in 1798 :)
1798 * 12 = 21,576
They are: 1, 2, 29, 31 and 1798
2 to 3 thousand dollars, depending on your idea of "fair"