How much is the el banco de espana 1953 bill worth?
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1953 is a common date -- worth about 2 cents. More: The 1953 Lincoln Wheat Penny was produced at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints. The value depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. Here are the prices according to USA Coin Book as of 10/2010: Philad…elphia (no mint mark): In Fine condition, this coin is worth about $0.05 up to about $0.45 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated grade, this coin is worth about $2.75. The Philadelphia mint also produced proof coins, which are worth about $45 in PR65 Brilliant Proof condition. Denver (small "D" mint mark): In Fine condition, this coin is worth about $0.05 up to about $0.45 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated grade, this coin is worth about $2.75. San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In Fine condition, this coin is worth about $0.05 up to about $0.55 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated grade, this coin is worth about $2.75. (MORE)
5 cents Wheat pennies from the 1950's are very common. Averagevalues are 3 to 10 cents for most coins.
Many of the notes are valued in price close to $5 each. The amountwill vary depending upon the condition that the note is in.
No one can accurately predict the future price of any collectible, but it IS possible to say that prices for 1953 United States Notes have been relatively stable for a long time. These bills are readily available to collectors because large numbers were printed, so there's currently no reason to bel…ieve their price will go up substantially. (MORE)
Answer . There is a place called Plaza de EspaÃ±a in Madrid, Spain; this is close to the center of the city and a place where monuments exist for example Don Quixote de la Mancha.
Answer . The Inti is the previous currency of Peru a 1 million intis is equivalent to 1 sol that is equivalent to 0.33 USD
According to the Standard Catalog of WOrld Coins by Krause, the price is. $5.00-6.50 Fine. $9.00-12.50 Very Fine. $27.50-65.00 Extra Fine. $175.00-300.00 Uncirculated
It might retail for about $10. A dealer of course will pay wholesale prices, about 30-40% less.
Who was El Banco De Espana ? Who was El Banco De Espana ? i have money from 1970 im trying to sell
Unless there's a small C next to the date, it's only worth about $2.50 retail; a dealer will pay face value. 1953-C $2 bills are a bit more valuable, and can be worth roughly $3 to $6 depending on how worn they are.
A 1969 El Banco De Mexico 50 Pesos bill can be quite valuable. In good condition, these are worth up to $75 each.
1000 dollars+ . Not exactly .... . That's the FACE value of the bill. Because the U.S. never withdrew or demonetized any currency, all bills are worth their face (printed) value at a minimum. However, the COLLECTOR's value can be much different. However, without knowing more about the bill it'…s not possible to say anything more definite. The auction site linked below shows current retail values for $1000 bills of different dates and series. (MORE)
It is an old Spanish currency note. It is exchangeable at the Banco de Espana at the rate of 166.386 pesetas per euro.
t would depend on the condition and mint, and any unusual mint flaws that may exist. It is not a rare date, but because it is a Wheat Penny, it does have a value beyond face value. Not much, but someone, somewhere might prize it.
Not a whole lot, its a common date and isn't silver. If in low grade it would sell for a few cents/pence, if in top grade it might sell for a dollar/pound.
There were no Series of 1953 $1 bills printed. Perhaps you have a $2, $5 or $10 ?
About 400 dollars, or a little bit more unless it's a bill from before 1996 when the value of a peso was changed drastically. If it was before 1996, it's practically worthless.
hey i have that same one. i am tryin to figure out how much it is
Look next to the date to see if there's a small letter. There may not be one, or there may be a small A, B, or C. Then please check the Related Questions for the bill that matches the one you have. A
Try finding the value of your money with iTaggit's new tool ValueRange It. I searched it and found a value range of $6 to $61. Hope this helps. More There's more information at the Related Question.
i have one of these as well and went on a site to exchange currency. i found out it is worth about 10 cents canadian :(
This is a grocery store located in 550 Lakeshore Rd. East., close to Cawthra road, Mississauga Ontario L5G 1J3. They sell a wide line of products from Spain and Latin America. Phone #: (905)274-2109.
Well, a Peso there is a dollar to them.So you have 1,000 dollars to spend in Mexico. But if you spend it here- it's about 25 cents.
If it was in mint uncirculated condition, then maybe $15-20. In normal (it's been in somebody's wallet) condition it is worth exactly $2.
I have old 10000 peso bill The man who gave it to me said it's 10 bucks it says this El Banco De Mexico pagara Diez mil pesos A lavista al portador Cardenas Plz help how much is this worth?
In fact it is valued for less than 10 dollars, as it is no longer legal tender. It may have some numismatic value, though.
Average coins are valued at 3 to 10 cents depending on how much wear they have.
There were two different types of $5 bills issued with that date, and there were subseries within each type. You can find more information at: http://www.uscurrencyauctions.com/$5notes.htm
Vamos al banco (Let's go to the bank). Note: al is a combination between a and el. This is done because it is more natural to say al than a el.
Depending on the condition, good is anywhere between 200.000 AND 300.000. XLNT, you can practically name your own price as the 1953 http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_is_a_1963_chevy_truck_worth&firstAnswer=1&updated=1&waNoAnsSet=1&status=T1BUSU1JWkVBTk9OWU1PVVNBTlNXRVJT# corvette is a very rare c…ar. . (MORE)
The term "Rey de EspaÃ±a" means "king of Spain." The mission name'San Fernando Rey de EspaÃ±a" (founded September 8, 1797) meansSaint Ferdinand King of Spain (1201-1252).
5 Dominican Pesos is worth roughly $0.13 USD. If there is something specific about your bill, such as it being historic, please resubmit the question with age, description, and condition for more information.
First of all, Jamaica's Currency is Bolivar. So, 100 Jamaican Bolivars equals to 0.0466 U.S.Dollars.
In my answer, Hes worth insane price. Nobody has this money that he is worth. Hes over the top. Hes that speacil. Now Tom Haha. Just Kidding.
Series 1953 red seal $2 bills aren't rare and so if worn they'd be worth about $3 and if uncirculated close to $5. More It's a United States Note rather than a silver certificate. The last $2 silver certificates were printed in the 1890s. Also there's no series letter D; C is the highest lette…r for 1953-series $2 bills. (MORE)
$6-$20 in auction. You may be able to find a direct buyer though. Rosejp12 xoxoxo
The short answer - about 89 US cents as of late April 2011. The longer answer - "El Banco de Espana" means "The Bank of Spain" and refers to that nation's central bank. "Cien Pesetas" means 100 pesetas. The peseta is no longer legal tender in Spain, having been replaced by the Euro as of January 1,… 2002, at a rate of 1 Euro = 166.382 pesetas. However, all Peseta bills issued after 1939, as well as some coins, remain exchangable into Euros at branches of the Bank of Spain (you can send them by registered mail if you are outside the country). 100 Pesetas exchanges to about 60 Euro Cents, which equates (as of late April 2011) to about 89 US Cents, so its not likely to be worth the expense to mail it in. (MORE)
Depending on the year, it would be of numismatic value only. Currently, there are no 20,000 bills circulating in Mexico.
6-28-11>> If it shows any wear at all the value is about $2.50 just for the silver. All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964) are considered common.
No. After 1993, the Mexican peso changed its denominations to account for inflation. Then, 10,000 pesos bills became 10 pesos; 100 pesos became 10 cents. These were called initially New Pesos, but a couple of years after this measure was implemented, they were known as pesos again.
Stamps from Spain are marked 'Esapan.' Value varies from the minimal 15 cents to thousands of dollars for the rare and unusual. Chances are you have the low value common stamps, though you might have a few of the high denomination stamps with a dollar or two value. Consult a stamp catalog at your lo…cal library to learn more about them. (MORE)
It depends on what currency you have, and what currency you are exchanging it for.
Wheat Penny's from the 1950's are very common. Average values are 3 to 10 cents.
the value is: 2000 Pesos is there an exchange rate in america for this peso
There is no bill with such denomination circulating nowadays. It will be of numismatic value only (i.e: a couple of dollars, perhaps).
How Much is a banco centra de reserva del peru worth 1988 bill 100000 is value
Today in the U.S they are worth $1,000 a piece. Since you wanted to know what 50 of them would be, it would be $500,00.
This is a very common Jefferson nickel that's still found in circulation. Unless it's uncirculated, it's only face value.
El Banco de Mexico is Mexico's central bank, and while itdetermines the exchange rate for pesos into dollars, it does notcarry out physical transactions of this kind. If you have to changetwo thousand pesos into American dollars, you can try another bankor a money exchange.
"What is the name of the boy from Spain?" "Chico" can be "small"but since there is no word for "small" do describe, it means "boy."
You mean how many American dollars can you buy with 100 Mexican pesos? 6.78 dollars can be bought with 100 pesos.