How much is a Napoleon III coin worth?

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Napoleon the 3rd coins were used in the 1860's in France. Today Collector value of a coin depends on date, mint mark (if any), number minted and condition of a coin, including amount of wear, any dents, scratches or cleaning as well as collectors demand for it.
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Coins minted since 1965 are simply worth their face value. Some coins older than 1965 may have additional worth, depending on the coin itself, it's age, as well a current condition
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Cannot not be answered without knowing the denomination.
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Coins are generally unique to their country of origin. A United States penny is not the same as a British or Canadian penny. The coins of different nations come in a variety of denominations
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Your coin is worth anywhere from $1 to approx. $25, depending on wear. Try getting it appraised!
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