The current True Market Value of a coin is determined by several factors:
A Coin’s total possible supply available to a market is determined by its mintage= the combined quantity of a particular coin produced by a mint (an industrial facility which manufactures coins for currency). A mintage is typically annual hence, once a year is over the supply of that coin is capped.
Refers to the intrinsic value of a coin composed of a precious metal if melted and sold at current market mark.
The physical condition of a coin is graded for imperfections. Uncirculated coins and those in Mint condition are rare and hold greater values.
The number of existing coins for a given type, denomination, date and mint
Current market demand for a particular coin and/or mintage.