Hi Paul -- These coins carry significant value, especially in well-preserved condition. Their mintage is low, so the supply is short. And short supply means high price.
Here are the catalog values for most dates:
Worn: $10 US dollars approximate catalog value
Average circulated: $40
Well preserved: $70
Fully uncirculated: $150
These are catalog values, which are inflated over actual value. Use our Important Terminology page to understand how to interpret catalog values.
The following dates are worth about twice the common dates cited above:
So, Paul, you have one of the *better dates.* That's great. Assuming your coin is in average circulated condition, like our picture, and further assuming your coin has no severe problems, like spots, stains, holes, scrapes, scratches, or cleaningings, your coin would probably sell retail at about $45 US dollars. If you were to sell your coin to a dealer, he or she would probably pay $15 to $20, where the difference between buy and sell price is the dealer mark-up. Dealers need mark-ups to stay in business.