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Coin Values and Coin Prices

How to Determine a Coin's Value

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The prices in this Guide to U.S. Coin Values are wholesale values; that is, they are the prices that a coin dealer will pay you for your coins if you go to sell them. Other online coin prices guides are retail prices that tend to be high. If you want a realistic idea of how much you could sell your coins for today, click on the link below to see the values for that coin type. Be sure to save this page to your favorites!

Indian Head Penny Values (1859 - 1909)

Uncirculated Example of 1877 Indian Head Cent Obverse
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Find out how much your Indian Head Pennies are worth by using this table of coin values. This very easy to use table will tell you what your coins are worth if you sold them today, rather than the retail price that dealers are selling the coins for.

Lincoln Wheat Penny Values (1909 - 1958)

Uncirculated Example of a Lincoln Wheat Cent Obverse
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Discover how much your Wheat Pennies are worth by using this table of coin values. This easy to use guide will tell you what your coins are worth if you sold them today. These are not the retail prices that dealers will sell the coins to you for, but the money you can expect in your pocket.

Lincoln Memorial Penny Values (1959 - 2006)

Uncirculated Example of a Lincoln Memorial Cent Reverse
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Learn what your Lincoln Memorial Pennies are worth by using this table of coin values. This very easy to use table will tell you what your coins are really worth if you sold them today, rather than the retail price that dealers are selling the coins for.

Buffalo Nickel Values (1913 - 1938)

Example of Buffalo Nickel
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Buffalo Nickel values are given in this easy to use price guide to Buffalo Nickels. The values in this table are real prices that coin dealers will pay, not inflated Red Book values.

Mercury Dime Values (1916 - 1945)

Mercury or Winged Liberty Head Dime Obverse
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You can determine the value of your Mercury dimes by using this guide. It show examples of circulated and uncirculated dimes along with their average value for each year and mint mark combination. See if you have the rare and expensive 1916-D Mercury dime!

Standing Liberty Quarter Values

Standing Liberty Quarter Variety 1 (1916-1917) Obverse
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Looking to see how much your Standing Liberty quarters are worth? This page lists coin values for quarters minted from 1916 to 1930. The values listed here are what you can expect a dealer to pay you for the coin. There are several "Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties" that you should be looking for. Read about them here.

Silver Washington Quarter Values (1932-1964)

An example of a silver Washington quarter obverse
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This guide provides silver Washington quarter values for coins minted from 1932 to 1964. Average coin values based upon the condition of the coin are given in an easy to read table. Everything you need to know about determining the value of your coin from mint marks to rarities is contained in this article.

Washington Quarter Values (Clad: 1965-1998)

An example of a clad Washington quarter obverse
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Washington quarter values (clad) for coins minted from 1965 to 1998 are presented in this guide. Everything you need to know in order to determine the value of your coins is presented in an easy to understand format. Listed here are the values that the average coin dealer will pay you for your coin.

Franklin Half Dollar Values (1948-1963)

An example of the Obverse of a Franklin Half Dollar
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Find out the value of your Franklin half dollars. This article will guide you through the steps you need in determining how much a coin dealer will pay you for your Franklin half dollars. The easy to use table will enable you to quickly find your coin and its value.

Kennedy Half Dollar Values (1964-Date)

Kennedy Half Dollar Example Obverse
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Use this value guide to find the current value of your Kennedy half dollars. The values presented in this guide are what you can expect a coin dealer to pay you for your coins. This easy to follow and understand guide will help you when you are ready to sell your coins.

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