The 1793 Liberty Cap half cent was the first ever half cent made for circulation by the US Mint. These coins have value as numismatic coins. Keep reading to learn more about these coins.
Type: Liberty Cap Half Cent, Head Facing Left
Face Value: $0.005
Total Weight: 6.74 grams
There is no mint mark on this coin. Each coin was minted in Philadelphia.
The 1793 half cent is worth around $2,500 in about good condition. In good condition the value is around $3,500. In fine condition the value is around $8,750. In about uncirculated condition the price is around $25,000 for coins with an MS 60 grade.
About good- The date and design elements can be identified.
Good- The outline of Liberty's bust is clear but no details are present. The date is readable. The lettering on the reverse side of the coin is incomplete.
Fine- Most of Liberty's hair details are visible. The leaves are worn but they are all visible.
About uncirculated- Liberty's face only shows a trace of wear.
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