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How Much Are Susan B Anthony Dollars Worth? - Do You Have This Coin?

How Much Are Susan B Anthony Dollars Worth? - Do You Have This Coin?
good morning everyone welcome back to another edition of what's it

worth

with her boy a blue ridge hello alright so if

this

is your first time to one of these videos it's real simple did you find a cool

coin

in your pocket change or perhaps you know just in a roll of

coin

let's say you're an avid

coin

troll hunter and you like treasure hunting for various varieties key dates silver or you name it and you came across an oddity that you want to know more information on well
how much are susan b anthony dollars worth   do you have this coin
that's that's what I do I do these what's it

worth

videos pretty regularly on

coin

s traditionally you know feel or look a little out of place okay today in

this

instance we

have

the

susan

b

anthony

dollar okay not just one specific date but we're going to be looking at all of the dates now it is a relatively short series okay goes from 1979 to 1981 and then there is quite a bit of a gap in between there and it's resumed for one year and one year only in 1999 and i will get
into why there was only a one year one date we release of the

coin

alright and by time you you know you listen and hear what I

have

to say about that you'll understand exactly why they only made it for one year in 1999 but take a look at the

coin

that you see on screen okay if you

have

a

coin

like

this

and you

have

found one of these there are a few things about it that you probably already know it is eerily similar in size and shape to a standard u.s. quarter a 25 cent piece over the years
I

have

received these back and change as a quarter okay so that that has been kind of the blight of the

susan

b

anthony

dollar because of its size its appearance it's a copper nickel clad

coin

these are a few of the things that people did not like when they first came out second of all god bless

Susan

Anthony

not a lot of people were really you know that hip on the overall design of the

coin

some would argue that it is a mini edition of the Eisenhower dollar because of the reverse okay it is
true okay the the reverse is the same as an AI dollar alright the obverse is its own brand new design of course an homage to

susan

b

anthony

one of the pioneers in US history to help shape america you know what it is today for all the dates represented with exception of the 1999 there is a P D and s minted

coin

for business strike purposes now these are

coin

s that are released into circulation so in 1979 news the Philadelphia Denver and San Francisco minted

coin

s same with 1980 1981 has all
three however with the asterisk notated on the screen here these three

coin

s were only made available in mid sets however I

have

found some of these in

coin

rolls okay I see good at Bank you ask for

coin

rolls obviously these are going to be mixed in with some of the gold

dollars

that you see today whether it's the Native American version or the presidential series that everybody just absolutely loves but in 1999 they only came out with two and that's the Philadelphia and Denver minted

coin

s in there so as you can see take a look take an opportunity to look at the mintage figures that you see here of course in 1979 they weren't shy about producing a ton of these things so 1979 in both P D and s minted points are readily available out there st. for 1980 in spite of its

much

smaller mintage figures these are also found out there in the wild as well 1981 you won't see too often and in 1999 you will come across on occasion so if you found let's say for example 79 80s
and 99 so that's what we're gonna be focusing on primarily how

much

are they

worth

raw okay straight out of a roll right and pocket change how does circulation wear dictate the value of these

coin

s because they appear low mintage especially to 80 and 99 we're actually I'm doing a different format for

this

video for the what's it

worth

and we're actually gonna explore the internet to determine how

much

these are

worth

so that way you guys can see specifically how

much

we're talking about secondary market value eyes okay are they just

worth

face value or are they

worth

more in higher grades so we're gonna take a look at that plus you're gonna get an idea of some of my favorite sights that I love exploring to try and determine valuation of

coin

s so that way not only on

this

particular video but in future type of videos on other

coin

s you'll know exactly where to go to find values on the

coin

s whether they're great it or not alright so those
are the mintage figures that we

have

there hopefully they make some sense so let's go ahead and do some research online and I

have

a few websites open okay so first and foremost the PCGS sight okay which is why the third-party craters that it's out there for your choosing if you wanted to send

coin

s to be authenticated or certified it's a great resource for a number of reasons okay they

have

an online price guide alright typically

this

is more revolved around graded

coin

s and not
how much are susan b anthony dollars worth   do you have this coin
really on

coin

s that are raw or just out of encapsulation there's a population report up here and then the results of

coin

facts

coin

facts traditionally you could go in to find a denomination that you want to research on in

this

case

dollars

susan

b

anthony

is right here okay pretty quick to navigate through the site and there you go so you can look at information on both the regular strikes or business strikes is what I call them and the proof okay the proof

coin

s are only available in
these special US Mint provided product they

have

mirrored finishes and all that great stuff but you

have

every single

coin

represented within

this

particular series so what you could do because each date that you see here on my pointer is an actual hyperlink let's say you want to know more information on the 79p so you just go ahead and click on that it'll take you to the next screen in which it will give you all of the information that traditionally would be available in a printed price
guide you know

much

like the red book that you see here so what we

have

here is a really high graded thumbnail example it's a PCGS mint state 68 that was graded at one point plus also gives you all the specs okay the overall diameter size and millimeters the weight and grams the designer Frank Asaro it's got a reeded edge mintage the overall composition makeup and all of

this

plus also gives you some other neat information like an auction record you know realize price on a mint state 67
once sold for $15,000 back in 2014 through heritage auctions so it gives you a wide array of various information information which is very helpful in determining if whether or not the

coin

that you

have

is

worth

grading or not okay because when it comes to grading it costs money so if you can handle spending however

much

the club he is in addition to the submission cost the first

coin

right out of the gate will cost nearly $100 to submit so you got to make sure that you

have

a

coin

that's
going to be

worth

it in the long run but you could take a look at all of the realized auction prices for all the grades all the way up to the max grade so it looks like what 60 67 or 68 is going to be the the sweet spot for the grave so amidst 868 if you're able to attain that particular grade and I do not recommend

this

by the way especially

Susan

B

Anthony

's are not known for the best strikes ever $7,500 is what they perceive a price guide value is on a 68 there was one graded at that
level there 94 in 67 the valuation and graded examples are all gonna be similar okay you get into some of those states like 1980 and maybe 1999 in which those

coin

s are gonna be

worth

a little bit more at the highest grade levels now realistically is

this

a price valuation that you should hang your head on not at all again we're going to take a look at a

coin

s here that's sold all right that's sold for whatever the raw value is so I went in to eBay and I simply brought up the

susan

b

anthony

modern dollar as part of it so we're gonna be looking at some some closed out auction estimates here or not auction estimates these are auction realized sale prices so we

have

a four fully wrapped $19.99 bankrolls of one hundred seventy bucks okay that is what 80

dollars

face because it's 20

dollars

per roll so you can see they sell for about 2 bucks apiece there but that's for a bulk so here is for those of you that don't know there is what they call a wide rim example
of the 1979 P in which the the very edge of the rim by the way these

have

kind of like a polygonal shape to the inner rim area if it's really close to the 9 in the date okay that does a wide rim okay you can actually tell the difference with the naked eye the narrow rim and the wide rim so those are about five to ten bucks circulated okay

this

one does not look like it's a high grade example by the way so that's a pretty cool variety you know to look out four if you're able to
here is a circulated lot of five

coin

s at 6.50 cents so we're going to go in here and just kind of look at all of the point options here's a seventy-nine wide rim plus another one for let's say five

dollars

and 20 cents shipped okay so I'm going to absorb all the shipping cost with that one you know and then you got proof so here's a brilliant hunk 1999 P&E

susan

b

anthony

dollars

okay low mintage for seven

dollars

and fifty cents shipped so keep that in mind in 99
how much are susan b anthony dollars worth   do you have this coin
because a lower mintage you know self worried about two or three

dollars

piece in a brilliant uncirculated condition a full roll of

susan

b

anthony

is it looks like mixed dates $35.99 shipped that's $25 space so you're barely over a dollar a piece there here's another 79 you're at 299 here with free shipping so by the time you pay shipping you've probably made about a quarter or something like that here's 1980 1980 d the lowest why the lower mintage dates here

this

one is
two

dollars

and sixty nine cents shipped here is 1981 P D and s for

coin

set along with one Pope

coin

this

one is about $13 shipped okay it's a 1981 only made and available it mint sets so that's why

this

one sells for a little bit more about two to three

dollars

a piece so all in all as a raw

coin

okay one that has been circulated your part you're not going to command more than that about pace for that so you're better off spending them for a dollar apiece now if you got it back
mistakenly as a quarter that you

have

made out seventy five cents not a bad gig people do it all the time it's crazy so yeah they

have

souvenir sets and all that stuff high-grade raw examples are right around 2 to 3

dollars

the 1980 ones are the exception to the rule in

this

whole conversation because they are a mint set only release so here's 3 points here 79s

susan

susan

b

anthony

what's cool is they made a san francisco business strike

susan

b

anthony

that was one of my favorites
growing up so three

coin

s for seven

dollars

and 48

dollars

shipped

this

guy would probably net out a profit about two

dollars

okay which isn't a whole lot you can't get rich off of these unless you're someone that likes to kind of like spin the roulette wheel and send these off to PCGS or NGC in the hopes of obtaining a mint state 68 grade which you might be on the losing end of that proposition because there's only one graded as such so there you go not a whole lot of money to
be made here I think that that really kind of lends to its lack of popularity as a series because it's only a four year set again you know because of its close closeness and size to a quarter okay that kind of really killed the appeal to

this

Plus you know again

susan

b

anthony

isn't one of the most popular historical figures to grace the

coin

as evidenced by

this

particular series which sucks that just that's a shame you know me because I feel like did

this

is going to be a

coin

series that might get popular probably long after I've gone I will be honest the same with the Presidential dollar series it's just been over produced and underappreciated and they all look pretty plain so well there you go hopefully that helps out I guess one more thing that we can look at is graded

coin

s to give you an idea of how close how close of a margin it is to send out points for grading and how really it is all risky so

this

is great collections you know it's the the best
site to use to see just like a wide range of graded

coin

s from like 65 then-state 66 and up as you can see a few dates here like

this

first

this

is two

coin

s in one lot and 80 P and an 81 P so it's got a tougher dated wine they're both in which graded mint State 66 through PCGS salt for only 55

dollars

okay and that's probably on the lower end of the curve when it comes to grading these

coin

s if you're if you're anywhere south of 66 let's say you

have

a mint state 64 or
65 through whities grading companies don't bother selling it just give it away as a gift because they're not

worth

much

if anything you know midstate 66 you're looking at about 10 to 25

dollars

depending on the actual date you want to be at midstate 67 it looks like and higher to be able to make any sort of measurable amount of money off of these things like here's a 81 P that's sold back in April 7th it's a mint state 67 for $900 okay that's a classic case of you
know it's

worth

it here's another one here a wide rim 79 P and then state 67 that's part of a collection it looks like

this

one sold for $2,100 and then here's another one here at 68 that's the finest grade

this

is a pop one which means it's the only one available in a 68 $5,300 some of the most extreme of circumstances they're

worth

that kind of money again it's extremely extremely risky to grade moderns I don't personally recommend it but you know if
it's something you wanted to do and you feel like you

have

a

coin

that meets a certain criteria for you know a pretty valuable

coin

then by all means you know it might be

worth

it I don't know but personally I would never do it because what you can lose is so

much

greater than what you could gain well I think that about covers it

Susan

the

Anthony

dollars

not the still even today after you know 20 years after its final

coin

was released and the reason why the u.s. men had decided to go
with a one-year type $19.99 is it was considered a bridge date rich to white you ask well it was a bridge to the first-ever gold Sacagawea dollar that was going to be released in 2000 so what they did was they created the ninety nine to get production you know ramped up a little bit and it was an easier transition to go from there to the new gold

dollars

that we're used to seeing today however these

susan

b

anthony

dollars

are very widely available if you went to the bank and asked for them
they will give you a number of them people are dumping brilliant uncirculated roles at the bank i come across them all the time and i you know they're not

worth

keeping for the mere fact that you don't make any money off of them not today at least not today but if you wanted to hoard some and keep them around for about fifteen to twenty five years you might make out then I don't know I'm not sure but yeah if you're looking to profit off any sort of

coin

s the

susan

b

anthony

it's a really tough series to do so so i want to thank everyone for joining in sorry about the long video but it's a different format you get to see some of my favorite websites when it comes to evaluating your

coin

s ok PCGS website ebay for the most current up-to-date sell prices on all

coin

s okay some would argue that it's not the best site but if the they're selling regularly on there that it is the best site for prices of today in the moment in time and great collections
heritage auctions again

much

kudos to both of those sites and all the images that they use oK we've you know for migrated pieces we know exactly where the market is for not only

Susan

B's but all the other

coin

s also that are out there so anyways I wanted to thank you guys for joining in on

this

video i'm your host blue ridge so brown thank you hope you guys found some value in

this

one and tell me what you think about the new format for the what's it

worth

series you get to see
my mug on here but you also get to see you know exactly where I come up with prices and how

much

the valuations are on these points it's pretty neat and as always give me a great big like thumbs up brother sisters and yeah check me out on Facebook Instagram and Twitter you guys

have

a wonderful day and I'll check back with you soon take care