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Liberty Cap Large Cent Value 1793-96

liberty cap large cent value
Mint State (MS) Liberty Cap Large Cent

Liberty Cap Large Cent Value By Date

Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
AG
VG
F
VF
EF
AU
MS63
1793
11,056
$6,000
$25300
$39962
$46000
$126500
$442500
1794 Head of 1793
918,521
$1,500
$3900
$7000
$10750
$15525
$38410
1794 Head of 1794
Inc above
$700
$1250
$1552
$2645
$5079
$7942
$17250
1794 Exact head of 1795
Inc above
$400
$801
$919
$2210
$5000
$6229
1794 Starred reverse
Inc above
$12,700
$20700
$38000
$67250
$125000
$632500
1794 No fraction bar
Inc above
$750
$1500
$1995
$4128
$6240
$10120
1795 Plain edge
538,500
$300
$718
$871
$1610
$3335
$4197
$18400
1795 Lettered edge
Inc above
$250
$603
$1539
$4024
$6756
$8050
$23000
1795 Jefferson Head, plain edge
Inc above
$8,500
$23500
$38500
$62500
1796
109,285
$300
$758
$1188
$3488
$3852
$11308
$74750
AG3 liberty cap large cent value
AG3 (About Good) Liberty Cap Large Cent

Mint state (MS) and key date listed Coronet Large Cent values is for graded, certified and authenticated coins in PCGS or NGC holders. The rest are a sample of raw coin sell but this is not a guarantee your coin with the same date, mint, grade and holder will sell for this exact value.

You also have three conditional factors that determine the value of a Draped Bust Large Cent and they are: Red (RD), RB (Red-Brown), BN (Brown). A RD coin is going to have at least 90% original luster as struck by the mint and is the most valuable condition. The luster conditions only apply to mint state coins so any circulated coin will be designated BN.

Specifications:
Designer: Robert Scot
Diameter: 28 millimeters
Metal content: Copper – 100%
Weight: 208 grains (13.5 grams), reduced to 168 grains (10.9 grams) at the end of 1795
Edge Lettering: ONE HUNDRED FOR A DOLLAR (through 1795), plain (beginning in 1795), or with experimental, vertical reeding (on one 1795 variety)
Mint mark: None (all examples of this type were struck at Philadelphia)

Liberty Cap Value By Date, Mint and Variety

1793
1794
1794 Head of 1793
1795 Lettered edge
1795 Plain edge
1795 Vertical reeding
1796

Large Cents

 

Presidential Dollar Value 2007 – Present

presidential dollar value
2011 Presidential Dollars
 Presidential Dollar value is not much more than face value unless the coin is graded MS66 and up by a reputable grading service like PCGS or NGC. On further note these coins are not gold but made mostly of copper.
Date/Mint Mark
Mintages
MS65
PF/SP67
George Washington $1 Value
2007-P
176,680,000
$1.50
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
Inc above
$50.00
2007-D
163,680,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,165,183
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
John Adams $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
112,420,000
$1.50
2007-P Doubled Edge Lettering
$50+
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering (SP)
$30
2007-D
112,140,000
$1.50
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$50+
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,362,237
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Thomas Jefferson $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
100,800,000
$1.50
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering
$30
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$200
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-D
102,810,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,362,237
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
James Madison $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
84,560,000
$1.50
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$200+
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering (Pos. B)
$290
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-D
87,780,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$150
2007-S
3,362,237
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
James Monroe $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
64,260,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
745,464
$250
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
$2.00
2008-D
60,230,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
John Quincy Adams $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
57,540,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$200
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
57,720,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Andrew Jackson $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
61,180,000
$1.50
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
61,070,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Martin Van Buren $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
51,520,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
50,960,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
William Henry Harrison $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
43,260,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
55,160,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009 SP
$600
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
John Tyler $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
43,540,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Partial Missing Edge Lettering
$500
2009-P Doubled Edge Lettering/Overlap
$400
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
43,540,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
James K. Polk $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
46,620,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$120
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
41,720,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
Zachery Taylor $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
41,580,000
$1.50
2009-P Weak Edge Lettering
$280
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
36,680,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
Millard Fillmore $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
37,520,000
$1.50
2010 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
36,960,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Franklin Pierce $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
38,220,000
$1.50
2010 Missing Edge Lettering
$120
2010-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
38,360,000
$1.50
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
James Buchanan $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
36,820,000
$1.50
2010-P Missing Edge Lettering
$99
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
36,540,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Abraham Lincoln $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
49,000,000
$1.50
2010-P Weak Edge Lettering
$200
2010-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
48,020,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Andrew Johnson $1 Value
2011-P
35,560,000
$1.50
2011-P Weak Edge Lettering
$120
2011-P Partial Edge Lettering
$350
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529
$2.00
2011-D
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$2.00
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Ulysses S. Grant $1 Value
2011-P
38,080,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
37,940,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Rutherford B. Hayes $1 Value
2011-P
37,660,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
36,820,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
James A. Garfield $1 Value
2011-P
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Chester Arthur $1 Value
2012-P
6,020,000
$2.00
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
4,060,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Grover Cleveland 1st Term $1 Value
2012-P
5,460,000
$2.00
2012 Missing Edge Lettering
$1,500
2012-D Weak Edge Lettering
$125
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
4,060,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Benjamin Harrison $1 Value
2012-P
5,640,001
$2.00
2012-P Doubled Die Obverse
(1 Known)
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Grover Cleveland 2nd Term $1 Value
2012-P
10,680,000
$2.00
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
3,920,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Woodrow Wilson $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
William Howard Taft $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Theodore Roosevelt $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
William McKinley $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Warren G. Harden $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Calvin Coolidge $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Herbert Hoover $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Franklin D. Roosevelt $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Specifications:
Designer: Obverse (Many) Reverse: Daniel Everhart
Weight: 8.100 grams
Diameter: 26.5 millimeters
Thickness: 2.00 millimeters
Edge: Engraved (text “In God we trust” and “E pluribus unum”, the coin’s mint mark, and its year of issuance)
Metal Composition:
88.5% Copper
6% Zinc
3.5% Manganese
2% Nickel

1873 Proof Shield Two Cent Value

1873 proof shield two cent value
1873 Shield Two Cent Closed 3 Proof
1873 Proof Shield Two Cent value
1873 Proof Shield Two Cent Open 3

1873 Proof Shield Two Cent Value Facts:

1873 is a proof, Open 3, only and worth around $1,200 to $1,400 in PR12 (Proof) grade and can be worth at much as $2,000 to $2,500 in MS63 (Mint State). The coin is found circulated so it can be found graded in circulated grades. The Close 3 is worth a couple hundred dollars more and is considered a restrike.

The value will can increase if the coin is certified and graded by a reputable grading service. The value will be lower if the coin is damaged or cleaned in any way.

You will see that most Shield Two Cents for sell online will have some type of issue they will be either cleaned, scratched, pitted or corroded. You will need to closely examine the images to see the differences in color and “texture”, of a coin’s surface, among the different problems listed above.

1873 Proof Shield Two Cent value is also determined using three distinct grade conditions: RD (Red), RB (Red/Brown) and BN (Brown). Red condition grades are rare and are the most valuable while brown is the most common.

One of the most valuable 1873 Proof Shield Two Cent Small Motto was graded PR67 RD, Closed 3, by PCGS and sold for $48,875.

Two Cent Shield Nickel Value By Date:

Specifications:
Designer: James Barton Longacre
Diameter: 23 millimeters
Metal content: Copper – 95% Other – 5%
Weight: 96 grains (6.2 grams) 
Edge: Plain
Mint mark: None (all Two Cents were struck at the Philadelphia Mint)

1872 Shield Two Cent Value

1872 shield two cent value
1872 Shield Two Cent MS (Mint State)

1872 Shield Two Cent Value Facts:

1872 is a key and worth around $250 to $350 in G4 (Good) grade and can be worth at much as $1500 to $2,000 in MS63 (Mint State). The value will can increase if the coin is certified and graded by a reputable grading service. The value will be lower if the coin is damaged or cleaned in any way.

You will see that most Shield Two Cents for sell online will have some type of issue they will be either cleaned, scratched, pitted or corroded. You will need to closely examine the images to see the differences in color and “texture”, of a coin’s surface, among the different problems listed above.

1872 Shield Two Cent value is also determined using three distinct grade conditions: RD (Red), RB (Red/Brown) and BN (Brown). Red condition grades are rare and are the most valuable while brown is the most common.

One of the most valuable 1872 Shield Two Cent was graded MS65 RD by PCGS and sold for $37,375.

Two Cent Shield Nickel Value By Date:

Specifications:
Designer: James Barton Longacre
Diameter: 23 millimeters
Metal content: Copper – 95% Other – 5%
Weight: 96 grains (6.2 grams) 
Edge: Plain
Mint mark: None (all Two Cents were struck at the Philadelphia Mint)

1871 Shield Two Cent Value

1871 shield two cent value
1871 Shield Two Cent MS (Mint State)

1871 Shield Two Cent Value Facts:

1871 is worth around $22 to $32 in G4 (Good) grade and can be worth at much as $300 to $400 in MS63 (Mint State). The value will can increase if the coin is certified and graded by a reputable grading service. The value will be lower if the coin is damaged or cleaned in any way.

You will see that most Shield Two Cents for sell online will have some type of issue they will be either cleaned, scratched, pitted or corroded. You will need to closely examine the images to see the differences in color and “texture”, of a coin’s surface, among the different problems listed above.

1871 Shield Two Cent value is also determined using three distinct grade conditions: RD (Red), RB (Red/Brown) and BN (Brown). Red condition grades are rare and are the most valuable while brown is the most common.

One of the most valuable 1871 Shield Two Cent was graded MS66 RD by PCGS and sold for $28,200.

Two Cent Shield Nickel Value By Date:

Specifications:
Designer: James Barton Longacre
Diameter: 23 millimeters
Metal content: Copper – 95% Other – 5%
Weight: 96 grains (6.2 grams) 
Edge: Plain
Mint mark: None (all Two Cents were struck at the Philadelphia Mint)