Value and Worth
In Relation to Coins and Currency
In general, the terms Worth and Value mean the same thing when it comes to collectible items like coins and currency. However, the Monetary value is the face value or cost/price of composite materials an item is made of; whilst the Monetary worth is the price it would bring in the market based upon demand and perceived importance or uniqueness.
For example, an 1958 U.S. Silver Quarter has monetary value of either the face value of $0.25 or the intrensic value of the silver composition based upon the current cost of silver.
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