The study of coin values and past trends may predict future price movements for many U.S. coins.

Do coin values and past trends predict where the price of
your
coin is headed?

It didn’t take much to get me hooked on studying U.S.
coin values as a
youngster. When I was an 8-year old, I naturally idolized my older
brother. He
and his buddies spent countless hours with their Lincoln Cent coin
albums. That was all it took to ignite my passion for U.S. coins. As I
grew older, I also became fascinated with
their place in history.

This early love of coins led to my singular mission: to record and
analyze price trends to determine if coin values from the past foretell
future performance…

…which eventually led me to develop this website.

Lincoln Cent Album

My Childhood Lincoln Cent Album

Like so many from my generation, I got started collecting coins with
the Lincoln Cent. This was my first album, which I started filling as
an 8 year old. I never did find a 1909-S VDB from circulation or piggy
banks, but it was fun looking! I’ve come a long way since then.

Now I can share with you the information I’ve gathered
over the past
40-plus years that has made coin collecting a thrilling and fulfilling
pursuit for me.

I’m pretty much just like many of you – I’ve always wanted to know what
a coin is worth
and, more importantly, why. At the same time, I’ve maintained a natural
curiosity in how
strongly it
might rise in value in the years ahead.

I’ve discovered that
long term price trends of a
coin ARE INDEED a fairly reliable indicator of where its value could be
headed in
the future.

For a very long time, I’ve been gathering lots of data supporting this
observation. I created a series of Coin Value Tables (see a sample table below) to report my findings.

The
tables have been
painstakingly researched and compiled by me. They make it easy for you
to find out the past and current values of your coins AND…

…yield clues as to which coins are most likely heading a lot higher in
price

AND

…you won’t find these tables anywhere else.

If selecting coins with a good chance of increasing
nicely in price is
your goal, you’ll find the tables to be an indispensable tool. You may
access the tables by selecting the U.S.
Coin Values (historic)
link in the Nav Bar to the left. You can also get there by clicking HERE.

Coins are so steeped in U.S. history that I’ve included for you some
historical
context for each coin. This helps explain the origin and
differences between coins. Because of my love affair with U.S. coins
and history, I’ve done my best throughout this site to interject
historical connotations while analyzing coin values and other subjects
related to numismatics.

What’s more, I include a brief snippet of information at the beginning
of some pages
called:

Mint Hint

The idea of the MINT HINT is give you a chance to
quickly absorb a factoid about the featured coin or
whatever the numismatic topic might be for that page. You can quickly
decide if you want to continue
reading for more in depth information or keep moving on.

1796 Draped Bust Quarter

1796 Quarter

A longtime favorite of coin collectors, the 1796 quarter has
posted solid value growth for many decades. The coin has performed very
well recently, increasing by an average of more than 10.00% annually
since the year 2000. Photo courtesy of Ira
& Larry
Goldberg Coins & Collectibles Inc., Beverly Hills, CA.

I guess I have never lost the respect and adulation of
certain coins I
developed as a kid trying to be like my older brother. I have spent
many years preparing the tables, charts, data and recommendations
you will find on this site because I believe you should have access to
the best and most complete coin value information possible all in one
place.

Are you looking for a life-long hobby you can master? Have you
inherited a coin collection and need to know what it is worth? Are you
a collector pursuing an elusive coin? If so, you’re bound to unearth
useful information somewhere on this site.

A coin that has long enthralled me is the 1796 Draped Bust Quarter. A
beautiful example of this incredible rarity is pictured to the right.
You
see, I have a keen interest in very early United States coinage. I
get goose bumps owning coins that once upon a time might have been
held by one of our Founding Fathers.

Although I may never be able to afford a 1796 Draped Bust Quarter (the
one in the
picture is now worth over $100,000 — but it’s a real screamer!), I
have found the pursuit
of that
coin (or at least its not-quite-as-valuable cousin) a thrilling chase.
Maybe someday my dream will come true.

Coin values are constantly changing. With this site, I pledge:

  • to give you the knowledge you
    need to select coins that have a really good chance of appreciating
    sharply in
    value, and
  • to give you the confidence to estimate the value of coins you
    already own.

Thank you for your readership and enjoy!

A Coin Value Table Sample:

1889-CC

Morgan Silver Dollars

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Mintage:
350,000
Historical Value Trends

Year
F-12
VF-20
XF-40
AU-50
MS-60
MS-63
MS-63 DMPL
MS-64
MS-64 DMPL
MS-65
MS-65 DMPL
MS-67

1950
2.00
2.50
5.00
8.50
12.50






1955
5.50
7.50
17.50
30.00
47.50






1960
10.00
15.00
30.00
85.00
150






1965
90.00
125
175
350
700






1970
65.00
85.00
160
325
1000






1975
100
135
325
500
3100






1980
135
225
650
1250
8000
14500



27500
32500

1985
140
225
500
1750
4500
7500
10000
11500

22500
30000

1990
125
275
750
2250
6000
15000
22500
50000

125K
225K

1995
225
325
1000
3000
6000
12500
14500
22500
50000
75000
125K
200K

2000
300
550
1250
2750
7000
15000
20000
32500
60000
175K
250K
500K

2002
300
550
1250
2750
7500
17500
20000
40000
60000
175K
250K
500K

2005
1000
1750
3000
5750
15000
25000
27500
50000
67500
225K
325K
500K

2007
1250
2000
4000
8000
25000
42500
45000
65000
75000
275K
350K
500K

2009
1250
2000
4000
8000
25000
42500
45000
65000
75000
350K
400K
515K

2011
1050
1500
3000
5650
25000
42500
45000
60000
75000
350K
400K
540K

2013
950
1250
3000
6125
25000
40250
45000
67000
75000
325K
400K
575K

2015
895
1200
3000
7300
25000
45000
45000
77500
80000
325K
350K
575K

2017
840
1000
2750
6350
27500
45000
45000
82500
100K
290K
350K
600K

2019
840
1000
2750
6350
22500
45000
49500
82500
100K
290K
350K
600K

Compounded Annual % Return Rate
Since…

Computed from year indicated in
left-most column to the year 2019

Year
F-12
VF-20
XF-40
AU-50
MS-60
MS-63
MS-63 DMPL
MS-64
MS-64 DMPL
MS-65
MS-65 DMPL
MS-67

1950
9.15
9.07
9.58
10.06
11.48






1980
4.80
3.90
3.77
4.26
2.69
2.95



6.23
6.28

1995
5.64
4.79
4.31
3.17
5.66
5.48
5.25
5.56
2.93
5.80
4.38
4.68

2009
-3.90
-6.70
-3.68
-2.28
-1.05
0.57
0.96
2.41
2.92
-1.86
-1.33
1.54

As we can see from the sample table, the 1889-CC
Morgan silver
dollar has displayed solid, if not spectacular, value growth over a
very long period of time (although things of not gone so well
since 2007 for some grades — a great buying opportunity!). Any coin collector
fortunate enough
to own one of these Carson City rarities need not worry about selling
at a loss down the road. The table demonstrates that the 1889-CC dollar
is a good choice for continued appreciation in the future.

You may use the Navigation bar on the upper left hand
side of the page to take you to
major sections of this site.

American Numismatic Association endorsement

Daniel J.
Goevert
Member # 1204442

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