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There are at least 4 major varieties of Large Cent from 1803.

Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values for the most common "small date" varieties, as of 05/2009:

Very worn condition - $65

Moderately worn - $200

Slightly worn - $400

Almost no wear - $1500

The rarer "large date" coins can sell for anywhere from $100 to $26,000 so regardless, it's best to have any 1803 cent inspected by a professional dealer or appraiser.

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If your coin is a nickel please turn it over. The minting date is 2004, on the front. The date 1803 honors the Lewis and Clark expedition. If it's any other coin, pleas post a new, separate question with its denomination. You can also look for questions like "What is the value of an 1803 US <coin name>?", e.g. "What is the value of an 1803 US large cent?"

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