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Values for Die Caps is several hundred dollars and type coins tend to bring higher premiums and depends on the denomination, type, date and grade, plus which thrid party grading service certified the error. Certain Capped Die mint errors can sell for thousands of dollars.
Not to be confused with the erronously called "Capped Die" CC Morgan Silver Dollars, which is actually a blundered but corrected large mint mark over a small mint mark. The experts are still labeling CC (Carson City) Morgan Dollars as Capped Dies, but that's just the nickname for the tiny tops of the small CC (that resemble caps or hats) atop the large CC.