What is the value of a Presidential commemorative coin?

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Since presidential commemorative coins only started being produced in 2007, their value is face value. As of March 2013, they have not increased or decreased in face value price. Over time, the value of these coins could increase, but could also decrease. Each year, one set of 4 coins is produced and they are currently set to keep releasing through the years. The sets that have been released already include presidents like Washington, Madison, Adams, and Cleveland. The year 2014 will see the release of President Harding, Hoover, Roosevelt and Coolidge.
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The US Mint has not yet made a Theodore Roosevelt commemorative coin, a Franklin D. Roosevelt was made in 1997 but it's a 5 dollar gold coin. Please post a new question with a date
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A 1988 Double Eagle Presidential Commemorative
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The first commemorative coin is believed to be the 1848 gold piece, with a CAL counter-stamp. This was the coin that commemorated the discovery of gold in California that same year.
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depends. most are just face value. if you are speaking of older coins, depends on the denomination of the coin/year/condition. silver coins are always worth at least their weight-whatever
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