Q: How much is a Chester Arthur Bronze coin worth?

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i cant answer that unless i know what the date on it is

The Andrew Johnson dollar coin is worth exactly one dollar.

The Dime is worth 10 cents.

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Being that presidential dollar coins starting with Chester A. Arthur are only sold to collectors rather than being released into general circulation, it's worth about $2. 1881-1885 are the years Arthur was President; the coin was minted in 2012.

It is around $10

It is worth 2.50 for bronze and 5.00 for silver

One dollar.

This coin came out in 2012. It sells for a premium from the mint. They have a face value of one-dollar but cost about $1.50 and are only available in sets, so if you can find a buyer they should be worth that much. Proofs are a little more.

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Since it is a replica, it is only worth melt value for the bronze. Bronze isn't worth much at all. You're looking at most likely about 50 cents or less for the coin.

The value of a 1973 Nixon Agnew inaugural bronze coin can vary depending on its condition and rarity. Generally, these coins can be worth anywhere from $5 to $50. It is recommended to check with a coin dealer or collector for a more accurate appraisal.

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There were 4 coins in Ancient Rome.A small bronze coin called an as was the least expensive.A larger bronze coin called a sestertius was worth 4 assesA silver coin called a denarius was worth 16 asses.A gold coin called an aureus which was worth 25 asses.In 301 AD the aureus was replaced by the soliduswhich, at the time, was worth 1,000 denarii.In 312 AD the solidus' worth skyrocketed to 275,000 denarii.