Sunday, October 16, 2005

1913-S Question

Do you have a coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

Anonymous said...
I have a 1913-S wheat penny and trying to find out a
value of it
Here's the stat for a 1913-S penny....
Year: 1913-S
Mintage: 6,101,000
Metal: 95% copper 5% tin and zinc
Value: G-4 $14.00
------VG-8 $17.00
------F-12 $20.00
------VF-20 $31.00
------EF-40 $60.00
------AU-50 $100.00
------MS-60 $175.00
------MS-63 $275.00











G-4 is worn with lines in the wheat head missing.
VG-8 has half of lines visible in upper wheat heads.
F-12 has wheat lines worn but visible.
VF-20 no worn spots on wheat heads.
EF-40 has slight overall wear, all details sharp.
AU-50 slight wear on cheek and jaw and wheat stalk.
MS-60 is no trace of wear, light spots, full details.
MS-63 no trace of wear, slight blemishes, red-brown color.

Do you have a coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

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Anonymous said...

What would you pay for
60 unsearched wheat pennies,
1- FRANKLIN SILVER HALF DOLLAR 1948-1963,
1- SILVER WASHINGTON QUATER,
1- ROOSEVELT DIME 1946-1964,
1- MERCURY SILVER DIME 1916-1945, 1- BUFFALO NICKEL 1913-1938,
1- SILVER WAR NICKEL 1942-1945,
1- 1943 STEEL PENNY

Man said...

I would pay about $12.00. Unless you have something special at the most $16.00, but I've seen eBay auctions like that, it can go up into the $20.00 range.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1943 Wartime Steel cent set. It has the 1943-P, 1943-D and 1943-s Do you know the value of these coins. I understand they were only used for one year to save copper for war efforts.

Man said...

Yes, they were used instead of copper because of the war.
I'll list the price for low grade and uncirculated.
Here's the stats...
1943P--F-12=$0.25--MS-63=$2.00
1943D--F-12=$0.25--MS-63=$2.75
1943S--F-12=$0.35--MS-63=$4.00

F-12,fine, has wheat lines worn but visible.
MS-63,mint state, no trace of wear,slight blemishes, full steel luster.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1943 silver quarter, just wondering whats its worth these days. thanks!

Man said...

1943 quarter is worth about $5.00 in mint uncirculated condition.
There is a rare double-die error on the front for this year worth $500.00.

Anonymous said...

what do you mean by a double-die error?

Man said...

A double-die error is when die that was made with a second impression.

The doubling usually appears on the letters of a coin or the date. On the raised letters or numbers only not on the field of the coin.

Famous extreme doubling

but no good pictures of a 1943 quarter doubling exist on line. Just look closely at the letters and the words do they look doubled you can scan ebay for examples.

If you have a great scanner or camera post a pic some where and drop a link I gladly look.

All else fails check this FORUM there are many pics of small and large double dies.

mimi1959 said...

What would you pay for 8 uncirculated consecutive five dollar bills F86435315B-F86435322B and F86435345B - F86435349B ?

mimi1959 said...

Sorry, the five dollar bills are from 1969 still crisp.

Man said...

8 uncirculated consecutive five dollar bills F86435315B-F86435322B and F86435345B - F86435349B ...1969 still crisp.

These must be 1969-C series.
About $7.50 each.

videomakerxx said...

how do I post a picture of all of my wheat pennies?

Anonymous said...

how much does a 1927 F-12,1941 MS-63,1942 F-12,1944 MS-63,1945 MS-60,1947 AU-50,1949 MS-60, 1951 AU-50,1952 AU-50, and 2 1957, 1 AU-50, 1 MS-6o wheat pennies worth all together?

Man said...

how do I post a picture of all of my wheat pennies?

Just find a free hosting site and drop a link, but it's not necessary unless the coin is strange.
Most wheat pennies look the same and by the date, mintmark, and condition it's easy to get value and history.

1927 F-12 about $0.30
1941 MS-63 about $4.00
1942 F-12 about $0.20
1944 MS-63 about $1.00
1945 MS-60 about $0.60
1947 AU-50 about $0.40
1949 MS-60 about $0.60
1951 AU-50 about $0.35
1952 AU-50 about $0.35
2 1957,
1 AU-50 about $0.15
1 MS-6o about $0.22
wheat pennies
all together about $8.17

Anonymous said...

i have a 1913 5 doolar coin which looks like steel,the obverse are indian head in the middle with 6 stars,then liberty,3 stars,then germany,1 star,1913.. the reverse is eagle on a branch ,to the left: e pluribus unum. to the right:in god we trust.around the top:united states of america and the bottom :five dollars. can anyone tell me what this coin is called,and what sort of value it has.

Man said...

5 doolar coin which looks like steel,the obverse are indian head in the middle with 6 stars,then liberty,3 stars,then germany,1 star,1913.. the reverse is eagle on a branch ,to the left: e pluribus unum. to the right:in god we trust.around the top:united states of america and the bottom :five dollars

I have no idea you describe both a Germany and United States this is not possible. Any U.S. 5 dollar coin was made of Gold and Germany did not use Dollars.

Anonymous said...

i have one too

Anonymous said...

i got one of them also
looking for any information
im stumped

Man said...

i got one of them also
looking for any information


1913 USA, Germany Reproduction of USA 5 Dollar gold Coin is all the information I can get.

It is a replica made in Germany and has no value. They sold as souvenirs near WWII sites and by German law all replicas must either say copy or Germany.

As a souvenir it's about $1.00.

Anonymous said...

hi my names maxie and i have a ten doller bill from 1950 it says will pay to the bearer on demand in the right corner above the 10 it has a L26 AND A SET OF UNITED STATES WARTIME SILVER NICKLES 1942P 1942S 1943P ALL THE WAY TO 1945S can you tell me what they are worth.

Man said...

ten doller bill from 1950
About $12.00 depending on serial number and back number.

SET OF UNITED STATES WARTIME SILVER NICKLES 1942P 1942S 1943P ALL THE WAY TO 1945S
Assuming almost-uncirculated grade about $25.00 for the set less if they are worn and not fully detailed.

Anonymous said...

What is the value of 1953 A series $5.00 bill with red numbers and red seal, which reads "Thesaur Amer Septent Sigil" instead of the modern "The Department Of The Treasury 1789." And instead of "Federal Reserve Note" across the top like the modern version, it says "United States Note."

I've tried researching it, but the answers I found were all for series B and C and ranged from $10.00 to $1,000! Can you give me an amount that isn't so stretched and for the A series in almost uncirculated condition (no rips or missing pieces, a single slight crease down the center, and two barely creased corners)?? There's a lot of numbers between 10 and 1,000!

Thanks for your help.

Anonymous said...

This is going to be a little long; I've decided to ask you about everything!
What would you pay for:
93-Wheat Pennies (1910s-1950s)
76-Steel 1943 Pennies
14-Lincoln Memorial Pennies (1960s)
2-Indian Head Pennies (1 each 1895 & 1908)
55-Jefferson Nickels (1940-1960s)
34-Buffalo/Indian Head Nickels (1920s-1930s)
1-Liberty V Nickel (1905)
180-Liberty Winged Head Mercury Dimes (1920s-1940s)
1-Liberty/Eagle Dollar Coin (1922)
4-Silver $1.00 Bills (3 from 1957/1 from 1935 H)
1-$5.00 Red Seal Bill (1953 A - mentioned earlier)

3-Canadian Pennies (1940s)
2-Mexican Nickels (1960s)
1-Mexican Penny (1939)
1-El Salvador Penny (1969)

1-Houston Electric Company "Good For One Fare - Full" [H coin?] (1890 - size of modern dime, looks like a tire with an H rim - hard to explain, but imagine an actual tire with the hole in the center, then place an H rim on it - there's still holes on all sides of the H - like this... (H) - two I's are connected with a dash to form H - left side, right side, above dash, and below dash are actual holes on this supposed coin - what do you make of it?)

I have a few other items but they're not any type of coin or bill. Do you do non-cash items, too?

Man said...

1953 A series $5.00 bill with red numbers and red seal...almost uncirculated

About $17.50 is serial number is B-A
About $20.00 is serial number is C-A
About $110.00 is serial number is *-A

It is very common even in high grades.

Man said...

93-Wheat Pennies (1910s-1950s) average about $0.20 each but look out for 1914-D, 1922, 1931-S, 1910-S, 1911-S, 1912-S, 1913-S, 1914-S, 1915-S, 1922-D, 1922-D, 1924-D

76-Steel 1943 Pennies about $0.30 each
14-Lincoln Memorial Pennies (1960s) about $0.02 each
2-Indian Head Pennies
1895 about $3.00
1908 about $2.00
55-Jefferson Nickels (1940-1960s) about $0.06 each again any from 1942-1945 may be silver and about $1.25 each

34-Buffalo/Indian Head Nickels (1920s-1930s) about $2.00 each
1-Liberty V Nickel (1905) about $2.00
180-Liberty Winged Head Mercury Dimes (1920s-1940s) about $2.00 each
1-Liberty/Eagle Dollar Coin (1922) about $20.00
4-Silver $1.00 Bills
1957 about $2.50 each
1935 H about $4.00

1-$5.00 Red Seal Bill (1953 A - mentioned earlier)
About $17.50 is serial number is B-A
About $20.00 is serial number is C-A
About $110.00 is serial number is *-A

3-Canadian Pennies (1940s) about $0.15 each
2-Mexican Nickels (1960s) about $0.15 each
1-Mexican Penny (1939) about $0.10
1-El Salvador Penny (1969) about $0.05 each

1-Houston Electric Company "Good For One Fare - Full" [H coin?] (1890 - size of modern dime, looks like a tire with an H rim - hard to explain, but imagine an actual tire with the hole in the center, then place an H rim on it - there's still holes on all sides of the H - like this... (H) - two I's are connected with a dash to form H - left side, right side, above dash, and below dash are actual holes on this supposed coin - what do you make of it?)

Just a street car transit token about $2.50.

I have a few other items but they're not any type of coin or bill. Do you do non-cash items, too?

Only coin or currency my brain is not that big.

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP! YOU'RE AWESOME! MY POST WAS LONG AND YET YOU STILL ANSWERED IT QUICKLY! I REALLY APPRECIATE IT. (In reference to your reply at 11:00 PM, December 16, 2009.)

--Melissa

Anonymous said...

I have a 1913 Indian five dollar, not gold but in silver(metal?) with the addition of the word 'Germany' to the right of the date. Anyone with any ideas?

Man said...

1913 Indian five dollar, not gold but in silver(metal?) with the addition of the word 'Germany'

Sounds like a replica that has no value, most likely not silver but nickel or some mix.

JulieG said...

I have a 1913 10.00 bill blue seal, 7-G Fed Reserve Bank of Chicago. 7-G is stamped on all 4 corners. It is a larger size than regular money. It is not torn, but has been folded and has creases.

Man said...

1913 10.00 bill blue seal, 7-G Fed Reserve Bank of Chicago. 7-G is stamped on all 4 corners. It is a larger size than regular money. It is not torn, but has been folded and has creases.

About $150.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1976 2 dollar bill and a 1985 5 dollar bill both good condition

Man said...

1976 2 dollar bill and a 1985 5 dollar bill both good condition

Both are just face value. Nothing extra.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1913 wheat penny, worn, I think it has a 'S' mint mark,

Anonymous said...

Have a 1929 s penny worn, but you can still see wheat lines

Man said...

1913 wheat penny, worn, I think it has a 'S' mint mark,

About $12.00

Man said...

1929 s penny worn

About $0.20

Anonymous said...

I have a 1867 shield nickel. Kinda worn.

Man said...

1867 shield nickel. Kinda worn

About $25.00

Anonymous said...

i have a coin that is dated 1913 v nickel. I have checked all of the reproduction photos and everything i've looked at has COPY written on the coin or it doesn't have a mark on the back like mine. the mark is beside the letter S in cents and beside the dot on the right after the A in America .. any ideas

Man said...

1913 v nickel. I have checked all of the reproduction photos and everything i've looked at has COPY written on the coin or it doesn't have a mark on the back like mine. the mark is beside the letter S in cents and beside the dot on the right after the A in America .. any ideas

Counterfeits are everywhere they will have no marks, you would have to have it graded to know.

Anonymous said...

what is the difference between a 1913-D,1913-S,and a 1913 wheat penny

Man said...

what is the difference between a 1913-D,1913-S,and a 1913 wheat penny

D is for Denver
S is for San Francisco
blank is for Philadelphia

It is where they were minted.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1913 uncirculated Wheat Penny, with "S" and "In God We" stamped on it. The word "Trust" is missing. Do you know the value of this coin?

Man said...

1913 uncirculated Wheat Penny, with "S" and "In God We" stamped on it. The word "Trust" is missing.

Although high grade this sounds like a struck through grease or late stage die error, which does not add value but may take it away.
About $30.00 if bad, but if you still see the TRUST maybe more.
It is a lot about eye appeal in high grades with errors.

Anonymous said...

I have copper cent, blank both sides, 1903 liberty head nickel, 1901 Morgan silver dollar, 1955S unc. copper lincoln wheat cent(USB-3) and 1955 unc nickel jefferson nickel (USA-1) both in sealed wrapper that says Littleton Coin Co., damaged 1920 wheat, 1936D, 1944, 1944D, 1945, 1945D, 2 1946, 1946D, 1947D, 1951D, 1952S, 1953S, 1953D, 1954D, 2 1957D wheat pennies, some w errors. Various error state quarters are my favorite. any quotes are appreciated. thank you

Man said...

copper cent, blank both sides average $5.00

1903 liberty head nickel about $2.00
1901 Morgan silver dollar about $50.00

1955S unc. copper lincoln wheat cent(USB-3) about $0.60 Don't know what USB-3 means?

1955 unc nickel jefferson nickel (USA-1) about $0.75 Don't know what USA-1 means?

wheat pennies assuming fine...
damaged 1920 about $0.05
1936D about $0.15
1944 about $0.05
1944D about $0.05
1945 about $0.05
1945D about $0.05
1946 about $0.05
1946D about $0.05
1947D about $0.05
1951D about $0.05
1952S about $0.07
1953S about $0.05
1953D about $0.05
1954D about $0.05
1957D about $0.05

some w errors????

Anonymous said...

I have a 1949?on the mint. pennie with it looks to be a 1949 half dollar stamping in the frt and the reverse side of the coin? Is that possible to have? There is only parts of the liberty bell on the pennie but i spent about 4 hrs to reserch and matched it up with a half dollar!! Thats crazy! But is it possibe and what would something like that be worth?

Man said...

1949?on the mint. pennie with it looks to be a 1949 half dollar stamping in the frt and the reverse side of the coin? Is that possible to have?

Not possible a magic coin. No extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have A 1995 Lead pennie is it worth any thing thank you.

Man said...

1995 Lead pennie

What country?
If U.S. check the weight.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1895o and 1898 morgan dollar in bad shape. also 1909 vdb and 1912s lincon pennie. what are the value for these thanks

Man said...

morgan dollar in bad shape.
1895o about $150.00
1898 about $28.00

lincon pennie
1909 vdb about $12.00
1912s about $22.00

Anonymous said...

what does double die obv. mean

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A 1913 S WHEAT PENNY EXTRA FINE WHAT IS IT WORTH

Man said...

what does double die obv. mean

It should be Doubled Die Obverse it means some normal design feature on the front of coin has been doubled.
This doubling happens on the die that presses the coin and gets transferred to the coin.

Man said...

1913 S WHEAT PENNY EXTRA FINE about $60.00

Anonymous said...

what is the difference between a 1913-s gold $5 american indian coin and a regular 1913 $5 gold american indian coin?

Man said...

what is the difference between a 1913-s gold $5 american indian coin and a regular 1913 $5 gold american indian coin?

The 1913-S has a S mint mark under the branch that is under the UNUM on the reverse.

In low grade of extra-fine or less the have the same value of $475.00.

In high grades of mint state or more the 1913-S is worth 3 to 7 times more than the regular.

Terry Ball said...

my 1982 penny has no mint on the back the am is close but the E is a little off the penny has a tint of red is it worth anything thanks TB

Man said...

1982 penny has no mint on the back the am is close but the E is a little off the penny has a tint of red

Just one cent because they are common and no Close AM exists for that year.

Unknown said...

I have a 1988 D quarter and the *IN* in IN GOD WE TRUST hase the I and N fused soo it lookes like a block.