What is the value of a 2000 Liberty E Pluribus Unnm 1 coin?
The coin is a Sacagawea dollar not a liberty dollar and it's only worth a dollar.
A U.S. silver dollar with the national motto ( E-PLURIBUS-UNUM ) on it, dated 1897 is actually called a MORGAN (1878-1904 & 1921) dollar, not a Liberty dollar. All Morgan dollars have this motto. It's a very common coin. Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, an average retail value is $31.00-$39.00.
What is the value of a 1927 liberty silver dollar with the eagle on back that says e pluribus unum on back?
Two different one dollar coins were made in 1921. One is a Morgan dollar the other is a Peace dollar, they have very different values. The Peace dollar is the one with the higher value, this coin does have the word LIBERTY on the front above "Miss Liberty's" head and has a low value of about $75.00 in collectible condition, the Morgan has the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM and is only worth about $30.00
We need more information before we can tell you. All coins say "e pluribus unum," so that is not a unique feature. Looking at some coin sellers, 1911 Liberty Head nickels range from $2 to $20. The value of a coin is not just about its year-- it has to do with how rare the coin is, how many were put into circulation, and what condition the coin is in.
How much is a 2000 E Pluribus Unum dollar coin worth It is in good condition and it says US of America liberty and in god we trust Help?
All U.S. coins have the word Liberty and the mottoes E Pluribus Unum and In God We Trust. Look at your pocket change! Have you seen anything on the TV or read in a magazine about the Sacagawea dollar coin? It's been issued for 9 years. There are about 1.5 billion of them. It's made of brass and is an ordinary circulation coin, worth exactly $1.
Asking about a coins' value by only describing it as saying "E Pluribus Unum" doesn't provide enough information to give a value. The term "E Pluribus Unum" appears on all current US coins and most historical coins as well so it's not nearly specific enough to identify a particular coin. The details needed include the country, denomination, date, mint mark (if applicable), and condition. Example: "What is the value of an E Pluribus Unum coin?"…