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Question by  Bridget (5)

How much are South Carolina coins from 1788 worth?

I have some 1788 South Carolina coins.


Answer by  Gunrunner (561)

These coins are worth whatever someone will pay for them. Their value will be based on several factors including; rarity, condition, composition, and desireability. As a collector, the best advice I can give you, is to take them to a reputable coin dealer and have them appraised. Good Luck.


Answer by  lmac (355)

If it is truly from 1788, it may be worth quite a bit, but value varies drastically based upon condition. However, many people have mistaken the recently minted quarter commemorating South Carolina's admission to the Union in 1788 for an old coin. If it is the commemorative quarter, it is typically only worth 25 cents.


Answer by  juliannna (639)

back in thos days there were no colonys quarters. if your quarter is a south carolina it might say 1788 underneath on the quarter. it is only worh 25 cent

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Answer by  dank (114)

It depends. Go to the store and buy a Red Book. It will give you prices for all United States coins and an idea of how good condition it's in.


Answer by  happiness1 (5)

this coin counts on the day that it is made if you turn to the back of the coin and read the date besides 1788 than you will be able to declare the price if the only date is 1788 than it is worth alot of money

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