Are you searching for an estimated current value
of a particular United States collectible coin? Let us help you end
There are numerous places on the Internet listing ballpark prices for
various coins. Some of the places are accessible at no cost, while
others charge a modest fee, but deliver a host of additional benefits.
For a brief moment, let us here at US Coin Values Advisor toot our own
horn. Although we specialize in providing long term pricing histories
for individual US coins (something that is NOT easy to find on the Net
or anywhere else
-- as compared to the availability of present day price guides),
collectors may still use our Coin Value Tables to get an idea of a
coin's worth in today's retail numismatic market.
We have Coin Value Tables online for some of the most popularly
collected United States coins. The list of US coin types for which this
data is ready can be found a few paragraphs below, under the heading
"United States Coin Value
Tables Now Available". Simply click any link to be taken to your area
of interest. All information is viewable for free.
Once you find the table associated with your
coin's type and date, drop
down to the last reported year for which values have been tracked
(should be 2015 or 2016). You'll need to know the grade of your coin,
but we can help you with that too. From there, you should be
get a decent idea of what your coin is worth today at retail value.
an image below the list of available Coin Value Tables to assist you
with how to use the tables to find current values.
Can't find your coin's type on our list? We know several good sites to
send you. Click HERE to view our recommended coin
Tables to Estimate Current Value
The image above is a large portion of our Coin Value
Table for the 1859
Indian Head Cent. Retail values for this date are tracked at various
intervals from 1950 to 2014, across a spectrum of grades. Thus, a
collector can use this data to see how well the 1859 cent has fared
over a very long period of time, in terms of price increases. The most
recent year of tracked values (usually 2015 or 2016) is a good
estimator of current value. In the example above, an 1859 cent in Fine
condition is reasonably ballparked at $22.00.
As you probably noticed, we do not have Coin
Value Tables available for all US coin groups. What if you are trying
to find the value of, say, and 1808 Classic Head Cent or perhaps a 1909
Liberty Nickel? There are a few recommended sites we can send you:
Of the group above, Coin World is the only one
where a numismatic
researcher might find some pricing histories going back a few years on
though not nearly as far back as we have on this site, US Coin Values
What's more, none of the fine sites listed above
term price trends and make key date recommendations based on past
performances. That's what WE do. That is our niche.
So, if you enjoy buying collectible US coins with an expectation of
seeing them gaining in value as time goes on rather than flatlining,
then please begin your quest on this site. The data/recommendations on
some of our pages overlap, but good places to start are US Coin Types & Key Dates, Bullish US Coins, and the Rare Coin Values Index.
We hope that if you leave us to chase down some present day coin
values on another site, you'll return soon!