1796 No Stars $2.5 Ms Early $2.50 Coin

Coins / United States of America / 2.50 Dollars / Early $2.50

1796-P Early $2.50 Coin Value

The 1796-P early $2.50 coin value ranges from $1 to $100,000 depending on the quality of the coin and its mint strike type.

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What is a 1796-P Early $2.50 Coin?

The 1796-P Early $2.50 Coin is a gold coin that was minted at the Philadelphia mint. It has a legal tender value of $2.50. This was produced as a "Mint Strike" coin which usually means it was intended for use in daily transactions. With such a low mintage of only 963, there are likely few of these items available for purchase or at auction in a year. This coin was minted in the first year of its series, and is a more popular coin to collectors for that reason, but not necessarily to investors. This coin contains a relatively small amount of gold at 4.043 grams (0.13 oz. Adjusted Gold Weight).

Coin Specifications

Year 1796
Mint Philadelphia
Mintage 963
Diameter 20 millimeters
Production Mint Strike
Material Gold
Weight 4.3700 grams / 0.1405 ounces
Precious Metal Gold
Metal Content 4.0430 grams / 0.1300 ounces
Metal Value $3.32  (as of 2020-12-22, 12:12 PM)
Obverse Designer Robert Scot
Reverse Designer Robert Scot
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