A few dollars over the total face value of the coins. These coins contain no precious metals and are very common.
Coins rolls as packaged and distributed by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand contain (current) coins as follows - 10 cents- 50 coins per roll - total Five Dollars 20 cents- 25 coins per roll - total Five Dollars 50 cents- 20 coins per roll - total Ten Dollars
These are 1 dollar coins. If you have 5 of them all in uncirculated condition the total value will a few dollars above face value. If they are 5 coins that were acquired from the bank or change to make the set it is worth 5 dollars.
1847A (12.577.642 coins struck) value : about 25 dollars, 1847BB (1.577.356 coins struck) value : about 40 dollars, 1847K (only 167.008 coins struck) value : about 150 dollars.
The value depends on the "letter" under the eagle on the flipside: A: 5.299.543 coins struck; value: about 25 dollars in good condition, BB: 8.583.899 coins; value: about 15 dollars, K: 7.065.340 coins; value: about 20 dollars.
there exist 3 types : 1863 A : 12.128.389 coins struck, value : about 2 dollars ; 1863 BB : 2.323.076 coins struck, value : about 15 dollars ; 1863 K : 9.437.336 coins struck, value : about 5 dollars.
about 43 dollars
Circulated coins are 1 or 2 dollars uncirculated coins about 8 dollars
0.197404 U.S. dollars ==
When buying antique silver coins you should be looking for silver dimes, quarters, half dollars and silver dollars. These silver coins are reported to be worth many times their face value today. Each of these coins are heavy with 90% silver.
two different coins were made in 1871 : 1871A : 4.757.257 coins struck, value : about 60 dollars, 1871K : 1.215.072 coins struck, value : about 100 dollars.
1971-1978 US One Dollar coins are EISENHOWER dollars not Liberty dollars. The coins struck for circulation are face value only.
44 half dollar coins equals 22 dollars face value (value of the coins may be worth more than 50 cents each).
8 of them.
4 x 0.50 + 2 x 0.25 = 2.50
the value is random...like the prices may vary depending on the style or size. the prices may be from100-500 dollars or more...
there r 40 nikels
20 coins or $20 face value.
The Eisenhower dollars from 1971-1978 struck for an taken from circulation have no silver and only have face value. Proof and special collectors coins sold from the Philadelphia Mint are the only coins of this series that are above face value.
The book itself is worth maybe several dollars. If it has coins in it then its value would depend upon the condition of the individual coins it contains.
The value depends on the total weight of the coins. You will have to take them to a jewler.
54.350.869 coins were struck in 1935. Value : about 5 dollars.
In US dollars it has a melt value of $1.37. It is illegal to melt these coins for the metal they contain.