View Single Post
Old Jun 15, 19, 6:38 pm
  #2  
TWA884
Moderator: Travel Safety/Security, Travel Tools, California, Los Angeles; FlyerTalk Evangelist
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: VNY | BUR | LAX
Programs: AAdvantage | MileagePlus
Posts: 13,884
Unless there are rare coins in the collection, it is probably only worth the face value of the coins. Currency does not have to be declared unless it totals $10,000 or more (FinCEN Form 105).

Here is a pictorial guide:
If there are rare coins, you'd probably have to declare their total value if it exceeds $800.

ETA: Proof and Mint sets are also worth more than face value: Modern U.S. Proof Set Values and Prices

Last edited by TWA884; Jun 15, 19 at 7:21 pm Reason: Typo; add additional information
TWA884 is offline