Commemorative coins can be appraised through appraisers, dealers or retailers, according to the American Society of Appraisers, PCGS and U.S. Department of the Treasury websites. The U.S. Treasury does not appraise coins, but it provides additional information and links to outside resources.
The American Society of Appraisers is an organization that provides lists for finding nearby appraisers within the desired discipline. Individuals can search for an appraiser by name, location, expertise or keyword, states the site.
Dealers such as PCGS are another resource for appraising coins. The PCGS website offers a price guide for graded coins that individuals can use to identify values.
Retailers are another resource, and the U.S. Department of Treasury website offers links to resources, including the Mint, to learn where to appraise coins.