Depending on the condition of the coin, the 1925 Stone Mountain half dollar is worth anywhere from $37.50 to $23,000 as of 2014. The melt value is $6.75.Know More
The 1925 Stone Mountain half dollar was created to help raise money for the stone-carved memorial of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on the side of Stone Mountain. The coin depicts both Lee and Jackson on horseback, and there is an eagle on the reverse side.
Although 5 million of the Stone Mountain half dollars were authorized to be minted, only 2.3 million were made. Since then, 1 million of these coins have been melted down.Learn more about Coins & Currency
Whether or not a coin has been circulated affects its value as does the coin's condition and its mint mark. Silver dollars are usually purchased either for their value to collectors or for their silver content.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the value of a half dollar coin minted between 1822 to 1922 ranges between $30 to over $1,000 based on its condition, year, mint mark and variety. Consult a coin collection publication or organization to get an exact value. Coins from early years are usually worth more.Full Answer >
All silver dollar coins minted prior to 1936 are worth a minimum of 20.64 cents each. Rare early bust dollars can be worth between $600 and $4,000.Full Answer >
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