The value of any coin is the sum of its face value and the face value of its minted equivalent.
For example, the value in a dollar bill is equal to 100 cents.
But if you look at a bill in the minted coinage of the United States, the face is only about 100 cents, while the face and the minting value are about 10 cents.
So the coin’s value is 10 times its face amount, or about $100.
So for example, a $1 bill would be worth about $2.50.