Websites allow coin enthusiasts to find the value of a particular coin with ease. CoinTrackers and My Coin Collecing are two such examples. Popular coins listed on CoinTrackers include Barber Quarters, the Walking Libert... More »

Determine the value of a silver coin by using the coin valuation tools on sites such as Coinflation.com or CoinApps.com, as of 2015. Alternately, research the values using an online price guide such as the one on CoinStu... More »

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Charts listing the values of collectible coins are available at of CoinStudy.com, PCGS.com and CoinTrackers.com. Sites such as Coinflation.com provide charts for the melt value of silver of different vintages of coins. More »

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Coinflation silver coin values are estimates of the value of the silver found in various American and Canadian coins that are listed alongside the face value of the coin. Coinflation silver coin values are only meant as ... More »

The value of a $1 coin in the United States varies dramatically based on the coin's design, date of issuance and condition. For example, as of 2015, the U.S. Mint is releasing presidential dollar coins as a part of their... More »

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A U.S. coin has its year of minting on the front and its numerical value written out on the back. A U.S. bill, depending on the denomination, has many more numbers on its front and back. More »

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A monetary coin is a circulated coin that has financial value in a culture. Paper money and coins are standard currencies in most countries. A monetary coin is different from a collectible coin that has no tangible value... More »

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