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Please include as many of these criteria as possible in your question to ensure an accurate evaluation of a coin: the denomination, the country of origin, the year of minting and the condition.
A 1885 dime - aka - Seated Liberty Dime - in MS60 condition is worth: $200.
It stands for the New Taiwan dollar.
As with most coins, the value depends on the condition. Most highly circulated 1884-O coins dollars are worth a little over the price of an ounce of silver (recently $17). If they are uncirculated dollars, they can be worh up to $250.
on the tails side it is a maori tiki and on the head sids it is queen elizabeth II
The value of silver varies from minute to minute since it depends upon the world demand. As of February 16, 2010 at 09:47 Eastern Standard Time in the USA, it is worth $15.78 in U.S. dollars.
It's an ordinary circulating $1 coin with no added value. To clear things up, it's brass rather than gold and the bird is aloon rather than a duck. It's very much like the US "golden dollar"coins except that it's in regular use because Canada got rid of its$1 bills in the late 1980s.
The coin is a common quarter so spend it.
Please post a new question in the Coins and Currency thread stating the coin's denomination. If it's not an American coin also include what country it is from.
There wasn't a 1945 5 SEN note, the nearest would be the 1944 issue which is worth $1.50 in uncirculated condition. The 1945 5 YEN note is worth $12-$50 depending on serial number prefix.
The volume of one million pennies is about the same as a refrigerator (see related links below). One million pennies weighs about 6,000 pounds. You can fit about 3,000 pennies in a 2-liter bottle . It would weight about 15 pounds, and it would be valued at $30.00. You would need 333 bottles...
Answer . These have been very popular items on eBay. The state quarters will the missing clad on the state side have been selling in the $300-$400 range, while the ones with the missing clad on the Washington side have been selling in the $200-$300 range.\n. \nHowever, you need to get it...
An Australian 1942 Halfpenny minted in Melbourne, has no mintmark. An Australian 1942 Halfpenny minted in Perth has a dot (.) after the (Y) in PENNY (PENNY.). An Australian 1942 Halfpenny minted in Bombay has an (I) below the King's head.
Warren Fisher signed three different issues of the English 10 Shilling note. In Extra Fine condition, they are worth between $450-$600. Due to their rarity, an Uncirculated example would be worth considerably more.
A British 1790 gold Guinea (Spade Guinea)(George III), circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £250 to £825 GBP. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and...
The coin is probably not worth much more than its silver value (0.4546 troy ounces - worth US$15.64 at March 2, 2011's silver bullion value of US$34.40 per troy ounce) unless in Brilliant Uncirculated or Proof condition, and even then it seems unlikely you'd be offered more than about US$20.
Since 1966, Australia has used the Australian Dollar (AUD). There are 100 cents to the Dollar.
The only US coin dated 1984 with Lincoln on it is the 1 cent coin.
No, they are made from an alloy of nickel and brass.
The same as all other magician's coins - a couple of bucks to buy them in a novelty shop, but no value to coin collectors because they're fakes made by cutting apart 2 genuine coins and joining the 2 heads or 2 tails sides.
The Queens Head first appeared on British banknotes in 1959.
That was the last year for 40% silver half dollars. At present, it's worth about $4.
It would depend on the size of the pail.
It's not a coin. It's a commemorative medal or token. Unless it specifically states that it's made of silver and gives the weight in fractions of an ounce, it's not likely to be worth much. If it is silver, multiply the weight times the purity (usually shown as something like ".99" times the current...
No circulating British coin contains any precious metal. All British "silver" coins minted from 1947 onwards are made from a copper/nickel alloy, giving them a silver coloured appearance.
Between $2 and $40,depending on condition. Next time, if you include more information (the coin's approximate condition, if it is circulated or not, etc.) I can give you a more precise value.
The South Africam Mint Company (Pty) Ltd. is located at: Old Johannesburg Road Gateway Centurion South Africa GPS Co-ordinates: -25.915052 28.156929
For an accurate value, 1808 US large cents need to be seen but in general are valued at $67.00-$390.00 for coins that show a lot of wear. Better grade are $500.00 or more
A very good question. All key-date collectible coins have been counterfeited for many years, that's the simple answer. As to the most, all one & three dollar gold coins struck by the US have been counterfeited and all Trade Dollars also.
The U.S. didn't print any $1 bills with that date. Please check again and post a new question. If there is a small letter next to the date please include that in your posting.
Check that coin again. The SBA dollar wasn't first minted until 1979.
The 1977 Eisenhower dollar is NOT silver, the last 40% silver collectors coins of the series were the bicentennial coins. None of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation have any silver or are worth more that face value.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens was known as the master of American sculpture.
The 1870 Philadelphia issue Double Eagle is scarce in all grades, retail value in VF-20 is $1,860.00 and over $5,000.00 in AU-55 if you actually have this coin I suggest have it graded by a grading service for authenticity.
The Bank of England is the sole issuing authority for the British Pound.
A mint condition, uncirculated example would be worth $5. In VERY Good condition, it would be worth $2.
The U.S. did not print any $2 bills with that date. Please check again and post a new question. Include the bill's seal color, and what letter (if any) is printed right next to the date..
Walking Liberty half dollars in average circulated condition dated from 1940-1945 regardless of mint marks are valued the same at $8.00-$9.00 only coins with light wear have higher values.
Roughly $14 to $20 depending on condition.
50 cents. It is very common and not made out of any precious metals.
The exact dates and origins of paper money aren't known but its use can be documented as far back as 1400 years ago in China. Money was first printed in 1690 in the United States of America.
For general circulation, 1964.
The 1,000 dollar bill was discontinued in 1964.
You are asking about a 1/2 Penny coin from British West AFrica (KM#18). The coin is made of Copper Nickel, measures 25.9mm in diameter (with a hole in the center), and weighs 5.66 grams. The obverse has a crown and denomination above the center hole and the denomination in Arabic below the hole. The...
A British 1875 Half-Sovereign, uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £350 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £45 to £225 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. NOTE - The...
It's worth five cents. Gold plating doesn't add any value.
The following list presumes GEM UNCIRCULATED, ie. it is not possible to have a coin in better condition.. In descending order of value -. 1930 - $250,000 AUD. 1920 - $22,500 AUD. 1925 - $18,000 AUD. 1918 - $7,500 AUD. 1914 - $6,000 AUD. 1915 - $6,000 AUD
The US 50 cent coin has JF Kennedy on it.
The value depends on the condition. If the note shows considerable wear or have a small tear or two on the edge, it could be worth $15 to $30. If is still has crispness but with folds or creases, the range $40 to $80. Uncirculated notes start at $150.
1979-81 and 1999: Susan B. Anthony 1971-78: Dwight D. Eisenhower 1935 and before: Various portraits of Miss Liberty
Twenty-five cents. A quarter from 1964 or earlier is worth significantly more than face value, but 1965 and newer are generally not. (1964 was the last year in which quarters contained a significant amount of silver.)
The American (US) dollar is of very little value in Switzerland. Some large shops and hotels accept the US dollar because they have a lot of tourists from the USA. Otherwise you have to change them at a bank or change office. As of 2012, the exchange rate for the US dollar is about 90-95 Rappen ...
First off, the 1887-CC and 1896-CC are worth about one dollar. Why? Because they are counterfeits! They did not mint coins in Carson City during those years. The only CC Morgan Silver Dollars are from 1878-1885, and again from 1889-1893. The others (if real) are worth between $70 to upwards of ...
A New Zealand 1945 One Pound note (T. P. Hanna)(depending on the serial number), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch anything up to $600 NZD. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from $40 to $90 NZD. A reputable coin dealer will be...
You need to be more specific. Please post a new question with the coins' dates. In the case of the francs, are they French, Swiss, or Belgian?
The brasher dubloon was only minted in 1787 and oly seven exists to this day so you must have been confused. To answer youe question at auction they have sold for 800,000- 1,600,000 US dollars
None at all, the Brass in the coins give them that color.
12 Shillings and Sixpence GBP in 1885 had the purchasing power of about £44.96 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations for which I cannot take credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
The Model 72 coin clock was the most popular model made by Marion Kay Summers in his plant in Brownstown, IN. Current values range from $20 to $50 and are often for sale on eBay. The higher values for this clock reflect one in running condition and scratch-free covers
Please take another look. The US didn't exist in 1764.
In 1921 two types silver dollars were issued and the values are very different. If the coin has the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM above Liberty's Head it's a Morgan dollar and the value is $37.00-$41.00 for a circulated coin. If the coin has the word Liberty above her head it's a Peace dollar and the value...
Coins in average circulated condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents. Uncirculated coins can be $20.00 or more
The US never made 40%-silver dimes. All dimes up till 1964 were 90% silver. All circulating dimes 1965 and later are copper-nickel. Please post a new question with the coin's date and mint mark.
Serial numbers are counters and a security feature but rarely help to ID a bill. Please post a new question with its date and what letter if any is next to the date.
Please check your coin again and post a new question. Indian head cents were minted from 1859 to mid-1909.
The coin is only face value
Uh, the US didn't exist in 1703 so there wouldn't be any US coinswith that date. In any case the first nickels weren't minted until 1866. Pleasecheck your coin again and post a new, separate question.
Coins in average circulated condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents. Uncirculated coins 50 cents
yes but its not very common these days. People used them more in the 19th century but they were popular at racetracks and in brothels, so the majority of the public eventually came to associate the bills with crime - i.e. if you were seen spending one, you "obviously" got it from one of those...
Trust me, it has a seam. Get a powerful magnifier and look closely at the rim near the face. The machining techniques used to make these magician's coins have become quite sophisticated. Instead of gluing two halves together like an Oreo cookie, they're now made by hollowing out half of one coin,...
Silver certificates were bills backed by silver on deposit with the Treasury. They could be issued only in quantities that didn't exceed the total value of that silver. At one time, when the price of silver was fixed by the government, it was possible to exchange these bills for silver bullion as...
Of course they are. The US has printed $2 bills since 1862 andthey've always been legal for any purchases. The most recentprinting was in 2013. They're only printed in small quantities,though, so they aren't seen very often in circulation.
No US Nickels were struck until 1866 look at the coin again, post new question.
A Sixpence is a denomination of the old predecimal British currency system and dates back to the time of Edward VI. The Sixpenny coin was also used by many other Commonwealth countries. Originally, the British Sixpence was made from 92.5% silver, but from 1920 onwards, the silver content was...
Different colors make it easier to tell apart variousdenominations.
Woodrow Wilson. Only a few of these bills were printed and they were never put into public circulation. They were used only for making payments within the US government.
Different countries have different systems of coinage so without knowing which country the question is about, it is not possible to answer the question.
Please look at the coin again. The only way this year can be given a MS grade is if it has a "S" or "CC" mint mark. The Philadelphia issue coin is a Proof only coin and is valued at well over $50,000.00
A 1963 JFK half would be a spectacular find because none were minted. His picture was put on the half dollar in 1964.
It's from a set of ordinary quarters that were plated by a private company and sold at high markups as so-called "collectibles". Unfortunately there's almost no secondary market for these items, which means it's really just a copper-nickel coin with a thin plating of gold worth a couple of cents.
Circulated coins are valued at $312.00-$500.00 depending in the grade.
1946 is a common date wheat penny, most coins in average condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents
A British 1756 silver Penny (KG II), circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £5 to £50 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse. This is normal. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades, but may be...
The US Mint lists the following weights: Cent - 2.5 gm Nickel - 5.0 gm Dime - 2.27 gm Quarter - 5.67 gm Half - 11.34 gm "Golden" dollar - 8.1 gm
The U.S. did not strike any silver dollars for circulation between 1804 and 1835 inclusive. If you have a coin dated 1805 it's a counterfeit. If you have a different date, please post a new question.
The US Mint never made any $2 bills because the Mint only produces coins. All bills are made by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Only 2 series of $2 bills have been printed with blue seals - 1899 Silver Certificates and 1918 National Currency Banknotes.
== Answer == Its value will depend on its condition, and if it has a "D" or "S"mintmark on the back below FIVE CENTS. In well-worn condition, but with complete date and full rims : nomintmark = $1.00 / D-mint = $8.00 / S-mint = $5.00 In medium worn condition, with about half the buffalo's...
Yes, 1 cent. It's an ordinary circulation coin. Billions were struck.
This was a 25p piece struck to commemorate the 25th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip (1947 - 1972). Value is around 50p - £1 max.
A British 1822 gold Sovereign (KG IV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £2,000 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £350 to £1,350 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. ...