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(Rare dates: 1838, 1839, 1841-O, 1855-S, 1858, 1858-S, 1859-O, 1859-S, 1860-S, 1861-S, 1862-1873, 1875-1877, 1878-CC, 1879-CC, 1879-O, 1883-O; Scarace dates: Any "CC" mint not mentioned above, many other dates 1838-1879)(Rare dates: 1854-O, 1855-O, 1856-O, 1859-O, 1860-O, 1861-O, 1861-S, 1866-S, 1870-CC, 1871-CC, 1879-O, 1881, 1882, 1885, 1886, 1891, 1891-CC; Scarce dates: Any "CC" mint not mentioned above, many other dates 1849-1876)(Rare dates: Any "C" mint, Any "D" mint, 1847-O, 1859-S, 1861-S, 1862-1872, 1873-CC, 1875, 1875-CC, 1876, 1876-CC, 1876-S, 1877, 1877-CC, 1878-CC; Scarce dates: Any "CC" mint not mentioned above, many other dates 1839-1879)(Many different types, both gold and silver.
* Values are based on average prices from recent and past paper currency auction results.
The information provided here should be used only as a guide.
The listed prices are indications of the coin marketplace only, and are not offers to buy or sell.
The committee released its findings on 16 June 2014.
At the time, it observed that the euro area had witnessed, since early 2013, a prolonged episode of extremely weak growth in economic activity.
The recession lasted six quarters; the 2011Q3-peak to 2013Q1-trough cumulative decline in output has been a mild 1.5 percent.
In spite of these enduring signs of weakness, the economy has improved long enough by now and delivered sufficient cumulative growth for the Committee to decide that 2013Q1 marks the trough of the recession that started after the 2011Q3 peak.
Scarce dates: 1996 Olympic Dollars (four varieties), National Community Service Dollar, Jackie Robinson , all uncirculated only; 2000-W Library of Congress , uncirculated or proof) The listed prices are indications of the coin marketplace only, and are not offers to buy or sell.