Capped Bust Half Dime Value 1829-37
Mint state and key date listed Capped Bust Half Dime 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.
Capped Bust Half Dime Value
Date – Mint Rarity:
No date rarities to bolster the Capped Bust Half Dime value so all of them can be bought for $40 to $60 in the lowest grade. All of the date’s mintages range from 965,000 for the 1832 to 2,760,00 for the 1835 Large Date.
The real rarities can be found in the proofs since all of them are rare with some known for only a handful and some upward of only 30 examples and the 1837 Capped Bust Half Dime might not exist anymore. The start in value at $4,000 and can be as much as $20,000 in PR63 (Proof) and much more in higher grades.
So make certain you learn a little about what constitutes a proof verses a business strike. Proofs are always struck with specially prepared dies and often struck more than once to impart sharp details. Proofs can be toned but they will display a reflective or flat looking fields with sharply struck details. Also proofs can be found circulated so don’t overlook a coin that looks “different” but has been circulated.
Grade – Condition:
G4 Capped Bust Dime value ranges from $40 to $60 but when they reach the AU50 (About Uncirculated) they can be worth $200 to $500 depending on the date or if it’s a variety. The 1834 3 over inverted 3 is worth around $500 in AU50 but the 1835 Large 5c is around $200 so the rarity of a variety is not determined by the mintage of the date it’s included in but by how many have been reported over the years.
In MS63 (Mint State) you can buy most Capped Bust Half Dimes for less than $1,000 and most as low as $700 and when you consider the mintage that’s not bad deal for a coin of this type.
Capped Bust Half Dime value for the varieties isn’t much different in the lower grades but some do separate in price as does the grade. So if looking for the value in varieties you should start with EF40 (Extremely Fine) and up.
Designer: William Kneass
Diameter: 15.5 millimeters
Metal content: Silver – 89.25%, Copper – 10.75%
Weight: 1.35 grams
Mint marks: None (all coins of this type were struck at Philadelphia)
Capped Bust Half Dime Value By Date – Mint
1829 Capped Bust Half Dime
1830 Capped Bust Half Dime
1831 Capped Bust Half Dime
1832 Capped Bust Half Dime
1833 Capped Bust Half Dime
1834 Capped Bust Half Dime
1834 3 over inv. 3 Capped Bust Half Dime
1835 Lg. Dt. and 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1835 Lg. Dt. Sm 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1835 Sm Dt. Lg 5c1835 Sm Dt. and 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1836 Sm 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1836 Large 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1836 3 over inv. 3 Capped Bust Half Dime
1837 Sm 5c Capped Bust Half Dime
1837 Lg. 5c Capped Bust Half Dime