The value of a Silver Jubilee commemorative coin depends on a variety of factors including the condition of the coin, when the coin was issued and the issue of the coin. An uncirculated commemorative Silver Jubilee coin issued during the Jubilee year is potentially more valuable than a commemorative proof issued by the Mint at a later date. Uncirculated coins are never used as currency and are in perfect condition.Know More
Silver Jubilee commemorative coins were issued for George V in 1935 and Queen Elizabeth II in 1977. The George V coin was issued as a silver Crown, or five-shilling piece. There were approximately 750,000 of the coins created with the lettering stamped. Another 2,500 were minted with the lettering raised as a proof coin.
Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee coin was issued as a 25-pence coin. The coins are treated as commemorative coins rather than used as currency and do not have the denomination written on the coin. The Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee coin experienced a rare printing error. A few of the issued coins were struck off-center on both the front and back. The error coin may have a higher value than the correctly minted one, according to Coin World staff member Jeff Starck.Learn more about Coins & Currency
The worth of a 1954 silver coin depends on the type of coin and its condition. Common 1954 silver coins are the Roosevelt dime, Washington quarter and Franklin half dollar.Full Answer >
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the July 20, 1969 moon landing, the Marshall Islands issued a $5 coin. Made of copper and nickel, the coin bears an image of an astronaut stepping down from the moon lander onto the moon's surface on the obverse and a Marshall Island's seal on the reverse. Values, as of 2014, range from under $1 to about $10, according to eBay.Full Answer >
As of 2014, an 1899 Morgan silver dollar is worth between $27.19 and $297, depending on the condition of the coin and its mintmark. Many collectors grade the condition of a coin on a scale of good, fine, extremely fine and uncirculated.Full Answer >
According to its 2014 rates, CoinStudy values an 1880 Morgan silver dollar between $27.19 and $380, depending on the coin's condition and mint mark. The minimum value of the coin is based on a market price of $20.95 per troy ounce of silver, which is the coin's melt value.Full Answer >