How much is a Thomas Jefferson $1 coin worth?

How much is a Thomas Jefferson $1 coin worth?

These coins only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition. Both the 2007 P Thomas Jefferson dollar coin and 2007 D Thomas Jefferson dollar coin are each worth around $3.50 in uncirculated condition with an MS 65 grade. The 2007 S proof Thomas Jefferson dollar coin is worth around $4 in PR 65 condition.

Are Liberty dollars worth anything?

All Walking Liberty half dollars are 90% silver, so even in very poor condition they are generally worth more than $10 per piece. As illustrated above, Walking Libs that are key dates and/or are in uncirculated condition can be worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.

What is a 1794 Liberty silver dollar worth?

The 1794 Flowing Hair dollar is worth around $40,000 in about good condition. In good condition the value is around $67,500. In very fine condition the value is around $165,000. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 60 can sell for around one million dollars.

Where is the mint mark on a 1971 silver dollar?

Eisenhower dollar

Mint marks D, S. Located on the obverse beneath Eisenhower’s bust. Mint mark omitted on Philadelphia Mint issues.
Design Dwight D. Eisenhower
Designer Frank Gasparro
Design date 1971

How many Thomas Jefferson dollar coins are there?

The Jefferson Presidential dollar is a pretty common coin, as more than 200 million were made. But a small number have rare errors and varieties, making some Jefferson dollars quite valuable!

Is there a Thomas Jefferson dollar coin?

The Thomas Jefferson Presidential Dollar is the third in the multi-year Presidential Dollar coin series and was released into circulation on August 16, 2007. Joseph Menna designed and engraved the obverse of this presidential coin. The reverse features a standard design sculpted and engraved by Don Everhart.

How much is a 2 dollar bill worth?

How Much Is a Two-Dollar Bill Worth?

Average Small Size Two-Dollar Bill Values
1928 $60 $100
1953 $10 $25
1963 $9 $20
1976-Today Face Value $5 – $10

What does a 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar look like?

Dubbed the “Flowing Hair” dollar, the coin features a portrait of Lady Liberty on one side and an eagle on the other. The last time it was up for auction, in 2013, it sold for $10 million — surpassing the world record for the most ever paid for a rare coin.

What is the most expensive coin in the world?

Cost: $10 Million The most expensive coin in the world is the 1794/5 Flowing Hair Silver/Copper Dollar. Several expert Numismatic researchers believe that this was the very first silver coin to be minted and issued by the U.S Federal Government.

How much is a 1971 dollar coin worth today?

The standard 1971 silver dollar is worth around $14 in MS 63 choice uncirculated condition. In MS 65 gem uncirculated condition the price rises to around $20. The 1971 proof silver dollar is worth around $15 in PR 65 condition. There were 4,265,234 proof coins minted.

What makes a 1971 silver dollar rare?

The rare variety of the San Francisco minted 1971 Proof Eisenhower one-dollar coin does not have the serifs at the bottom of the vertical leg on the “R” in LIBERTY. Some researchers believe that this variety was caused by over-polishing the Proof dies (a.k.a. die abrasion).

How much is a dollar coin from 1801 worth?

The 1801 silver dollar is worth around $900 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $2,400. In extremely fine condition the value is around $4,250. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 60 can sell for around $29,500.

Why is the Statue of Liberty on a dollar coin?

It was decided that the Statue of Liberty was sufficient enough to symbolize “LIBERTY”. The edge of the coin itself had words on it. It was the first time an official US coin had lettering on the edge since 1933 when the Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle was last minted.

Is the 1801-1809 dollar coin in circulation?

What you have is a current circulation $1 coin from the Presidential Dollars series. “1801-1809” refers to the years Jefferson was in office. The mintage date is on the coin’s edge, along with the mint mark and mottoes. Also, the coin is not real gold.

Where was the first president dollar coin made?

During the production of the first 3 Presidential coins, over 100 million of the general circulation coins for each president were minted at the Denver Mint and Philadelphia Mint. and between 1-3 million collector proof coins being minted at the San Francisco Mint, on average. That number slowly declined into the range of 30-60 million.

How much is a 1986 Statue of Liberty worth?

Value of 1986 $1 Statue of Liberty Silver Commemorative. Approximate Current Value: $12. Diameter: 38.10 mm. Mintage/Proof: 723635 / 6414638. Weight: 26.73 grams.

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