Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 03/2011:
No mint mark (Philadelphia):
Very worn condition - $1,730
Moderately worn - $1,800
Slightly worn - $1,960
Almost no wear - $2,388
Uncirculated - $5,340 to $56,030 depending on quality
No mint mark, "2" underneath "3" in the date
Very worn - $1,740
Moderately worn - $1,770
Slightly worn - $1,970
Almost no wear - $8,152
Uncirculated - $39,690 to $68,850
"O" mint mark (New Orleans):
Very worn - $1,730
Moderately worn - $1,800
Slightly worn - $2,060
Almost no wear - $11,336
Uncirculated - $31,880 to $53,330
DISCLAIMER: The retail values quoted are the best available as of the date shown, but may vary significantly due to changes in the precious metals market. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a coin will be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin.AnswerAs with any collectible, a primary consideration in determining its value is its condition (or grade). Novice collectors, with some practice, can become quite accurate in determining grades for circulated coins (G-4 through AU-50). It becomes much more difficult when assigning grades for Uncirculated coins (MS-60 through MS-70) or Proof coins (PF-60 through PF-70) and the assistance of an experienced coin collector or trusted coin dealer should be sought.
There are many internet and printed resources in helping determine the appropriate grade for a coin. Whichever resource you choose to use, ensure that they follow the grading guidelines established by the American Numismatic Association. The following is a value range for the coin in question and is taken from the Numismatic News Coin Market Montly Price Guide for December 2006:
G4- N/A VG8- N/A F12- N/A VF20- $850.00 XF40- $875.00 AU50- $1000.00 MS60- $5000.00
Remember, when dealing with Gold and Silver, your coin always has a "Bullion Value". Bullion value is how much your coin is worth considering ONLY the precious metal content. To determine the Bullion value, use the following:
Current spot price of Gold = $619.00 * .9675 (actual gold weight in coin) = $598.88
The value of the 1989 $5 gold piece is about $135.
The value is about $255.00 for the gold in it.
value of u.s. 1/2 dollar gold piece liberty head 1857
Melt value is $62.62
Current value is $109.44
ms 60 1886 ten dollar gold piece minted in denver
It's worth one dollar.
about 13.000 euro
As of today about $250.00
It's NOT gold and just a dollar. The last year the US made a one dollar gold coin was 1889.
About $325, for its gold content.
1896S .999 fine gold
2009 50 dollar gold piece 1oz worth money value
It's worth exactly one dollar (and it's made of brass, not gold).
A date is needed for an accurate evaluation
Retail value of the set is on average $300.00 with most of the value in the $5.00 gold piece.
$240 - $72,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
The value is for gold weight only
what is the value of a 1924 St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin
The value of this generation of gold coins produced since 1985; by troy weight is approx. 153.00 for the 5.00 dollar piece,350.00 for the 10.00 dollar piece, 700.00 for the 25.00 dollar piece, and 1310.00 for the 50.00 dollar piece. Pricing changes daily with the fluctuation of Golds value. Each Coin has a 91.67% volume of Gold to weight. speaking in question as to the Olympic gold 5.00 dollar pieces in 1992, depends on condition and a few other factors but begin around 225.00 upwards to 275.00
$575.00 to $625 in circulated condition
Please see the attached link.
About $102.00 for 1/10th oz.
$100 to $110 at today's gold prices