Coin Values

How much are my coins worth?

There are four important factors to consider when deciding what your coin is worth:

  • How many were made (minted)
  • Condition of the coin
  • Precious metal content (gold / silver value)
  • Current demand for that particular coin



Coin Values

The following prices are a quick guide for common date average specimens. You should be able to get pretty close to these prices when you’re selling your collection. Better dates bring better money.

1/2 Cents
Half Cent $8 – $40
Cents
Large Cent $6 – $30+
Flying Eagle Cent $3 – $10+
Indian Cent $0.50 – $1+
Wheat Penny (Pre-1958 Lincoln) $0.02 – $0.10
2 & 3 Cents
Two Cent Piece $2 – $5+
Three Cent (Silver) $10 – $25
Three Cent (Nickel) $2 – $10
Nickels
Shield Nickel $1 – $5
Liberty Nickel (V Nickel) $0.25 – $1+
Buffalo Nickel $0.10 – $1+
Buffalo Nickel (No Date) $0.06 – $0.09
Jefferson Nickel $0.05 – $0.10
Silver Jefferson Nickel (1942-1945) $1 – $2
Dimes (& Half Dimes)
Early Half Dime $60 – $100+
Seated Half Dime $2.50 – $10+
Bust Dime $5 – $20+
Seated Dime $2.50 – $10+
Barber Dime $1.20 – $3
Mercury Dime $1.50 – $2
Roosevelt Dime (Pre-1965) $0.80 – market value
20 Cents
Twenty Cent Piece $25 – $50
Quarters
Bust Quarters $15 – $40+
Liberty Seated Quarter $3.50 – $10+
Barber Quarter $3.50 – $8+
Standing Liberty Quarter $2.50 – market value
Washington Quarter (Pre-1965) $2.50 – market value
State Quarter $0.25
Half Dollars (Halves)
Bust Half Dollar $15 – $100+
Liberty Seated Half Dollar $4.50 – $10+
Barber Half Dollar $4.50 – $10+
Walking Liberty Half Dollar $4.50 – $10+
Franklin Half Dollar $4.50 – $10+
Kennedy Half Dollar (1964) $4.50 – market value
Kennedy Half Dollar (1965-1969) $1.50 – market value
Dollars
Early Dollar $200 – $300+
Liberty Seated Dollars $50 – $100
Morgan Dollar (1878-1904) $11 – $25+
Morgan Dollar (1921) $10 – $20+
Peace Dollar $10 – $20+
Eisenhower Dollar (Ike) $1.05
Susan B. Anthony Dollar $1
Sacagawea Dollar $1
Sets
Mint Sets $1 – $25+
Proof Sets $1 – $25+