As 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. Another consideration is whether the coin has a mintmark, indicating where the coin was made: D = Denver O = New Orleans S = San Francisco CC = Carson City Coins struck in Philadelphia generally do not bear a mintmark. There are other mintmarks, but the above list covers most. 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 (ANA). Unless you have indicated the mintmark of the coin, the following is a value range for the coin in question, struck in Philadelphia and is taken from the Numismatic News Coin Market Monthly Price Guide for February 2007: (The following values represent the 1872CC Half Dollar) G4- $85.00 VG8- $125.00 F12- $275.00 VF20- $400.00 XF40- $1,500.00 AU50- $4,000.00 MS60- $8,000.00 MS63- $40,000.00 MS65- $50,000.00 I hope this has answered your question. If not, try phrasing your question differently or providing additional information and I will do my best to answer. Please remember to leave feedback. Thank you. MGirard
In perfect condition, it could be worth somewhere around 160$ or maybe a bit more.
$3 in average condition, $8 in perfect condition
In perfect uncirculated condition it would be worth $5.
A 100 Canadian dollar in poor or worn condition will be valued at somewhere around $31. A coin in "perfect" condition can bring $181.
In perfect uncirculated condition it is worth $6. In normal used condition is is worth exactly $2.
In poor condition, these are worth about $6. In perfect condition, they can be worth about $60.
A 1969 silver Kennedy half dollar is worth $5 inn perfect condition. The value of the silver is worth $2.87.
Usually around $4. They are worth $8 in perfect condition.
If it is in perfect uncirculated condition, then it would be worth $60. In normal circulated condition, it is worth $20.
It is worth $1.75 in circulated condition. Perfect examples are closer to $6.
In perfect uncirculated condition, a 1995 $5 US Dollar note is worth $10. In any other quality, it is worth face value ($5).
Assuming the coin has no mintark, the 1922 PEACE dollar is the highest mintage and most common coin of the series. If your "perfect condition" coin has a grade of MS-63 the retail value is $34.00. No Peace dollar regardless of date or mintmark has been given the grade of MS-70 (perfect- flawless)