How Much Is This Coin Worth?

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Valuation of a coin is impossible without a sound knowledge of the grading of coins. Coin valuations are an important part of getting an accurate assessment of what your coins are worth. Valuation of a coin depends on; its rarity, condition and current trends.
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Collectors say something is only as valuable as the amount someone else is willing to pay. Rare coins sold at auction can fetch millions of dollars for a single specimen.
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What country? What denomination? If American coins, are there mint marks on any of them (small letters D or S) Please post a new question.
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I'm guessing you mean NAPOLEON - ??? (see www.dictionary.com if you're having spelling difficulties ...) You need to be more specific. What's the coin's denomination? What is its
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A 2000 American Eagle Silver Dollar Bullion coin with a "W" or "S" mint mark in MS65 condition is worth: $18; if it carries a mint mark of "P," it is
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If your coin is in good condition and has a good rate of return you might find that it is worth something. Determining the history of the coin and it's market value can be found by consulting a coin value table. You can find more info at: www.us-coin-values-advisor.com
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