Grant dollar coin are each worth around $3 in uncirculated condition with an MS 65 grade.
What coin is Ulysses S Grant on?
Ulysses S. Grant Presidential $1 Coin | U.S. Mint.
How much is a 1933 double eagle worth?
The 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagle coin was originally valued at $20, but one owned by King Farouk of Egypt sold for as much as $7.5 million at a Sotheby’s auction in 2002, according to Courthouse News.
How much is a $20 gold piece worth?
Each coin contains just slightly less than one ounce of gold (. 9675 oz.), and its price closely follows that of gold bullion. These big coins saw much use and usually show marks and wear. For that reason the coins most often encountered by the public are worth between $1,200 and $1,300.
What does IRB copy mean on a coin?
If you see the word ‘COPY’ beside the initials, or if the IRB is too big, you are looking at a fake. If it turns out you have a fake, then remember it’s illegal to use it or sell it on; unfortunately, there’s very little you can do about fakes, which is why it’s so important to check coins first.
How do I know if my Kew Gardens coin is real?
Above: Close up of the Queen’s eye on a real Kew Gardens 50p. The obverse is easiest to identify as a fake. Slight differences also exist on the reverse, relating to the tower and the word ‘Kew’. Mintage for Circulation: 210,000.
Why is the Kew Gardens 50p so rare?
The rarest is the Kew’s Garden 50p, which was designed to mark the 250th anniversary of the gardens in 2009. Only 210,000 coins were ever minted with this design. Only 1.1million of each of these coins were produced. Flopsy bunny and Peter Rabbit designs which were produced in 2018 are also highly valuable.
What does JC mean on a 50p coin?
The obverse of the coin depicts the crowned old head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown worn for her Coronation (her effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait”). In small letters below the head, the artist’s initials J.C (for Jody Clark).