Money itself has very little or no actual value. The value of money is tied to the belief of those exchanging money that the money may be exchanged for goods or services. More »

The value of old Chinese money hinges on whether or not it is current legal tender. A bank that handles foreign currency can provide a direct exchange if the money is legal tender. More »

Some valuable collectibles include antique furniture, watches, Chinese ceramics, jewelry, wine, fine art, coins, stamps and classic cars, according to the Huffington Post. Additional types of valuable collectibles includ... More »

The value of an 1883 silver dollar in poor condition is estimated at $31, while a coin in outstanding or mint condition is valued around $185, as of 2015. The overall value of the coin largely depends on the condition of... More »

Though it has no intrinsic value, money acts as a universal medium of exchange that can stand in for other goods and services. In this way, money acts as a repository of surplus value. Goods are produced and exchanged fo... More »

The U.S. money supply is backed by faith in the value of money. There is an agreement among both parties in a transaction that money has a specific value. As long as the two parties agree on what that value is, then the ... More »

Gold Silver explains that the most significant difference between money and currency is that currency does not have consistent value. Currency is used as a physical representation of value that changes over time and vari... More »