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How do you value 1933 Liberty gold coins?

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As of 2016, 1933 Liberty coins are valued via dealers and collectors, and CoinStudy aggregates this data for many types of coins. Factors that affect the price of the coin include the printing date, the general worn condition of the metal, whether any mint mark is present and any other uncommon element.

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The United States of America minted several types of gold currency during the 1800s and early 1900s, including the Indian $10, which ran through 1933. As of 2016, the base price for one of these is at least $540, but the coins from 1933 are among the rarest and can be worth more. In addition, less-circulated examples may sell for more. Coins that have not been as circulated usually are more lustrous with stronger relief, showing more details in the feathers and hair. To determine the grade, a coin can be sent to a grading service to determine the final value.

Other older gold coins include the classic Liberty $2.50 coin, which contains almost 1/8 ounce of gold. As of 2016, the Liberty $5 coin has a base price of $263, but those with mint marks from Carson City, indicated by a "CC" below the eagle, can sell for over $15,000.

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