http://www.pcgs.com/prices/frame.chtml?type=date&filename=lincoln_cent this website might help you out, it seems to be pretty detailed. 1911 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 25 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $25 The motto E Pluribus Unum ("From many, one") has appeared on cents since 1909 and on all circulating U.S. coins since around 1916, so this generally isn't a distinguishing characteristic. The most important characteristics are denomination, date, mintmark, and condition.
E PLURIBUS UNUM IS NOT A PERSON, it's just a penny spendi it.
All wheat penny's have the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on them so it adds nothing to the value. Depending on coindition the coin may have a value of 3 to 25 cents
how much value does the lady liberty and past presdents with e pluribus unum on it
E pluribus Unum is translated "From many, One" and is one of the mottos of the United States.
It's a 2009 Lincoln bicentennial cent and most are only face value.
It means "from many, one"
Please check your pocket change. ALL US coins have the motto E Pluribus Unum on them so that's not anything that ID's a specific coin. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date.
value of an 1890 E Pluribus umun silver dollar
E pluribus unum state
E pluribus unum, Latin for "Out of Many, One,"
ALL US coins dated 1989 have the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on them.. A denomination is needed.
ALL modern American coins carry the motto "E Pluribus Unum" so that's not specific enough for identification. However, any circulation coin dated 2000, from a penny to a dollar, will be only worth face value.
No such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin of any kind. The coin is a MORGAN dollar, the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all the Morgans from 1878 to 1904 and 1921. Post new question with a DATE.
Most US coins dated 1881 have the national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM on them, so post a new question with a denomination.
In 1942 all U.S. coins bear the national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM. A denomination is needed.
The phrase is " E Pluribus Unum ". It is Latin and can be translated as " One From Many ".
Since I think the 1860s, all American coins have had "E Pluribus Unum" on them somewhere. You'll need to be more specific. What's the face value of the coin (penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, dollar)? And what condition is it in?
The U.S motto is E pluribus Unum
The U.S motto is E pluribus unum
"E Pluribus Unum" is Latin for "Of many, one"
The national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on most all US coins dated 1889, post a new question with a denomination.
Low grade coins retail at 25 cents to $1.25, better grade can be $3.00-$5.00
Every Lincoln cent ever made has the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM and it adds nothing to the value. But 2010 Lincoln cents are hard to find in circulation right now so it may be worth 50 cents to someone who wants it.
Taint Pluribus Taint Unum was created in 1987.