Coin prices are often hard to pin down if you do not have all of the information neccessary to determine the value. In addition to the type of coin, date and mint mark, if any, the condition of the coin is what plays the leading role as to what it’s worth. Is it fine, extra fine, uncriculated. Is it an MS62 or MS67? Even if your are unsure, PCGS has an online source with photos for you to compare your coin to one that matches the condition of your coin. After finding a match, you can now look for a value. The two most trusted price guides are from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). And make sure to add this page to your favorites for easy reference.