Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Ernesto Pulido, Feb 23, 2020.
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No, not typically. As with everything, condition is important.
a common circulated example would be worth face value.
High MS examples are worth more.
PCGS coinfacts has all this info you can search.
To have any real value the coin would have to be MS 67 or higher.
Edit. I'm referring to non error coins. Since you posted this in the error coins forum, I guess it's not the info you were looking for.
What's the error question?
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