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What is the value of an E.Pluribus unum with a W?

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2006-12-15 01:37:27
2006-12-15 01:37:27

You're going to have to give us a lot better description, at least the denomination, since this motto is on a lot of US coins. The only one that I can think of right now that could have a W mintmark is the proof $1 silver eagle. I might guess that it is a Walking Liberty half dollar which has this motto and a W as the designer's signature on the reverse. As you can tell from looking at your pocket change, all U.S. coins carry the motto E Pluribus Unum ("From many, one") so this isn't a distinguishing characteristic. As noted in the answer above, you need to supply the denomination, date, and mintmark as starting points.

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