What is the value of a PCGS coin?

Remember that the prices are just a guide, a starting point for asserting value. Some PCGS coins sell for less than the prices listed and some PCGS coins sell for more than the prices listed. For coins valued at under $10, even when graded by PCGS, the price listed is the value of non-graded (i.e., “raw”) coins.

How much is a coin worth?

Coins that are damaged, cleaned, polished or very worn are worth less than the listed prices. For information about specific coin types, click a link below or see FAQ About Coins. For information about grading U.S. coins, see U.S. Coin Grading. $300 – $600. $150 – $300. $5,000 – $30,000.

How are coin prices compiled?

The prices are compiled from various sources including dealer ads in trade papers, dealer fixed price lists and website offerings, significant auctions, and activity at major coin shows. Dealer specialists and expert collectors provide pricing input. Remember that the prices are just a guide, a starting point for asserting value.

Are coin prices accurate?

Coin prices may or may not be currently accurate but are intended to show relative value. Coin values depend upon condition and rarity. Rare dates are worth far more than the prices listed. Coins that are damaged, cleaned, polished or very worn are worth less than the listed prices.