What are old coins worth?

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Old coins range in value from thousands of dollars down to hundreds of dollars. Unless they are heavily worn or have significant damaged like scratches, spots, or stains, these coins are worth high premium values and must be treated with care. The most valuable is the William III coin of 1694 to 1702 and the least valuable in the group is the Elizabeth, 1952ff coin.
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What your old coins are worth depends on a couple of factors. The factors are mint run, condition, denomination, and year. Your local coin dealer should be able to tell you exactly
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Since its founding, the United States has issued silver coins in denominations similar to those available today, though not always under the same name. The nickel, for example, once
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Scarcity or rarity is a major determinant of coin value, the condition or grade will influence coin value. Many coins have a bullion value determined by the value of the precious metals it contains. The demand for the particular coin, or how many collectors want it, will also greatly influence coin values.
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