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What is the value of a 1882 E Pluribus Unum coin?

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2008-11-29 00:29:14
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1882 is not a rare date for Morgan dollars. In circulated condition, it's worth about $15 If it has a "CC" mintmark, on the back above the "DO" in DOLLAR, it's worth about $75 == == As you can tell from looking at your pocket change, all current and most older U.S. coins carry the motto E Pluribus Unum ("From many, one") so this isn't a distinguishing characteristic. The most important characteristics are denomination, date, mintmark, and condition. == ==

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