What is the value of a 1979 Confoederatio Helvetica 2 franc coin?
"Confoederatio Helvetica" is the Latin name for Switzerland. Your coin is not unusual and has an exchange value of about $1.10 as of 09/2012
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What is the value of a confoederatio helvetica 1961 coin with a half crown on the front and wreath in the back?
Many of the coins are valued in price close to $15. The exactamount you can expect for the coin will depend upon its condition.
Many of the coins are valued in price close to $8 each. The amountfor each coin will depend upon the condition that it is in.
A 1968 Confoederatio Helvetica coin 5 francs is worth between 5 and20 US dollars. The value depends on the condition of the coin.
The value of a 1939 Confoederatio Helvetica 10 coin depends on itscondition. However, you can only expect to fetch about 3 US dollarsfor this coin at auction.
\nThere were aluminum and aluminum-bronze types of the same design minted that year. With wear, either is worth about a dollar or less. \nYou might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictures, values and lots more interesting info.\nBrad
More information is needed. Please check your coin again and post anew, separate question with its denomination.
The value of a 1938 2 Francs coin is actually dependent upon acouple different things. Most important being the condition of thecoin.
The price of this coin will often depend on demand. You can go ontoa site like eBay and see what other coins like yours are going for.
More information is needed because several countries used francs as their currency. Please post a new question giving the coin's date and country, or some identifying inscriptions
Assuming it's from circulation, it's an ordinary coin worth about 25Â¢ at the time France switched to using euros.
The value of this Swiss coin depends on its circulation condition. It can range in value from 5 dollars to 30 dollars.
This coin is from Switzerland, but I'd need to know the denomination and the condition to give an indication of numismatic value (the Swiss Franc, comprised of 100 Rappen, is worth about 82.5 US cents at today's exchange rate - 11/19/2008).
It just means it's from Switzerland. Switzerland has four national languages, so to avoid having to pick favorites the country's official name is given in a separate dialect based on Latin. The Latin name translates to Helvetia in English, so the coin in that dialect says "Helvetian Confederation…". (MORE)
Selling to a US dealer, about 4 cents. You can buy it from his misc foreign coin box for a quarter.
This is a Swiss coin. Switzerland's official latin name "Confoederatio Helvetica" goes back to a Celtic tribe called the Helvetians . CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA -SWITZERLAND 10 RAPPEN 1939 - catalog value is about $11 USD.
This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when France switched to the euro. At that time it was worth about a U.S. quarter.
You didn't indicate the coin's date, but assuming it's a recent coin you Swiss 5-franc piece only worth its exchange value of about $4.30 U.S.
its not a miss stamp its actually supposed to be like that i think it is worth 17 cents
Without knowing its date, it's not possible to provide a specific value. This much can be said: The coin is from Switzerland; "Confoederatio Helvetica" is Latin "Swiss Confederation". That means if the coin's date is 1968 or later it's made of copper-nickel and in average condition has no collec…tor's value. However, at current (2013) exchange rates its exchange value is just under US$5. (MORE)
About 15-20 cents US, it is a common date coin only worth its face value in Swiss Francs (it is worth 1/20th of a Swiss Franc)
either 8.50 or 2.00 if it aluminum bronze then its worth 2$ if its silver its worth 8.50
This coin, a 1922B 5 Franc coin (KM#37) from Switzerland, is valued at about US$40.00 in Fine condition, US$60.00 in Very Fine condition, US$100.00 in Extremely Fine condition, US$225.00 in Uncirculated condition and US$500.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition (according to the Standard …Catalog of World Coins). Note that, since the coin is still legal tender, its face value (as of June 17, 2009) is about US$4.61 . The coin, of which 2,400,000 were produced in 1922, is made of 90% silver, weighs 25.0 grams (for an Actual Silver Weight of 0.7234 troy ounces - worth about $10.24 as of June 17, 2009 ), and has a portrait of legendary Swiss hero William Tell (he of shooting-an-arrow-into-an-apple-on-his-son's-head fame) on the front.. Note that there is a rare variant of this coin with a dot between "Confoederatio" and "Helvetica" which is valued (according to the Standard Catalog of World Coins) at US$1,500.00 in Extremely Fine condition, US$2,250.00 in Uncirculated condition and US$3,000.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
It depends on the denomination and condition. Switzerland produced 5 rappen, 10, rappen, 20 rappen, 1/2 franc, 1 franc, 2 franc and 5 franc coins in 1965. ------------------ . This coin is in good condition and it is the 20. . ------------------ You are asking about the 20 Rappen coin (KM#29) …from Switzerland. The coin weighs 4 grams, measures 21mm in diameter, and is made of nickel. The front bears an image of Helvetia, the personification of Switzerland (like John Bull in the UK, Marianne in France, or Uncle Sam in the US) wearing a crown, with the words "CONFÅDERATIO HELVETICA" (Latin for the "Swiss Confederation") above and the date blow. The back has the number "20" within a heavy wreath. 15,005,000 such coins were produced in 1965. From a foreign exchange standpoint, the coin would be worth about 20 US cents; however, it was retired from legal tender status as of January 1, 2004, and removed from circulation. Numismatically, according to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.50 in Exteremely Fine condition, US$2.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$6.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
The value of a 1902 Confoederatio Helvetica 20 coin is determinedby its scarcity and the condition of the coin. The value priceranges from 40 to 100 dollars.
What you have is a 10 rappen coin from Switzerland ("Confoederatio Helvetica" is latin for "Swiss Confederation"). Its face value is about 9 US cents; its numismatic value would depend on its year and its condition.
Switzerland ("Confoederatio Helvetica" is Latin for the "Swiss Confederation") issued no 20 Franc coins, gold or otherwise, in 1970. It did issue a 20 Rappen coin (there are 100 Rappen to the Franc), which is a silver-colored coin 21 mm in diameter (about the size of a US nickel). Numismatically, …it is worth perhaps a US dollar in Uncirculated condition, and no more than face value (about 19 US cents as of December 2009) in circulated condition. (MORE)
Hi, Confoederatio Helvetica is Switzerland. To give a value, we would need the denomination of the coin. How many rappen or francs does the coin say it is worth?
You are asking about a 10 Rappen coin from Switzerland (KM#27). The coin is made of Copper-Nickel, is about the same size as a US nickel, and has a plain edge. The front has a bust of Helvetia, the symbol of Switzerland, facing right, with the words "CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA" (Latin for the "Swiss Co…nfederation") around it and the date below. The back has a large "10" within a wreath. The coin was retired from legal tender status as of January 1, 2004, and removed from circulation. 3,000,000 were produced in 1884. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$1.00 in Fine condition, US$3.50 in Very Fine condition, US$9.00 in Extremely Fine condition, US$35.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$75.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
These were common circulation coins until France adopted the euro in 2002. At that time they were worth about 40 US cents. The Banque de France demonetized all old coins some years ago, so it's no longer possible to exchange old franc coins for current currency.
You are asking about a 10 Rappen coin from Switzerland (KM#27). The coin is 19.1mm in diameter, weighs 3.00 grams and is composed of copper-nickel. The obverse (front) bears an image of a crowned head with the date below and the words "CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA" (Latin for the "Swiss Confederation") a…round the border. The reverse (back) of the coin has a number "10" within a wreath. 10,040,000 of these coins were produced in 1958, all at the Bern mint. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.35 in Very Fine condition, US$0.70 in Extremely Fine condition, US$7.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$15.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
This is a Switzerland 10 Rappen coin; in circulated condition, the value is anywhere from about 50 cents to $3 - and if it's still uncirculated, it can be worth $25 or more.
To determine the exact value of a coin of a Confederatio Helvetica20 B 1913 a couple different things would need to be taken intoconsideration. Most importantly, the condition of the coin.
I have one myself and im trying to find out to but when i look at all the websites they seem to be worth about 7-14$.
This is a Switzerland 10-Rappen coin, and is not rare - with a maximum collector's value of about $1 if it's in perfect uncirculated condition.
This is a coin from Switzerland. Is it 10 rappen or 10 franc? This is an important difference. As with all coins, the condition is very important. A flawless coin will be the most valuable, and any signs of wear on the coin will lower the value.
About 21 cents. As to numismatic value, it depends on the year and the condition, but the coin you are referring to is a 20 rappen coin from Switzerland (there are 100 rappen to the Swiss Franc).As to foreign exchange value, 20 Swiss rappen equals (as of March 5, 2009) about 17 US cents. This is a S…witzerland 20-Rappen coin, and retails anywhere from about 25 cents to five or six dollars, depending on condition. (MORE)
More information is needed because several countries used francs as their currency in 1970. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's country of origin. (Belgie = Belgium, Confoederatio Helvetica = Switzerland)
You are asking about a 10 Rappen coin from Switzerland (KM#27). The coin weighs 3.000 grams, measures 19.1 mm in diameter, and is made of Copper-Nickel. The obverse (front) bears an image of a bust of Helvetia (the personification of Switzerland, much like "Uncle Sam" is the personification of the U…nited States) facing right, with the words Confoederatio Helvetica (Latin for the "Swiss Confederation") above and "1969" below. The reverse (Back) has a large "10" within a wreath. 28,855,000 such coins were produced in 1969. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.25 in Extremely Fine condition, US$0.50 in Uncirculated condition, and US$1.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. In circulated condition, the coin is worth no more than face value (about US$0.10). (MORE)
The full inscription is Confoederatio Helvetica, which is Latin for "Confederation of Switzerland". A 1993 date means the coin is made of copper-nickel, not silver, so if it's been in circulation it's not worth anything extra. As of mid-2012 it would be worth about US$2 in exchange.
You are asking about a coin from Switzerland. The words "Confoederatio Helvetica" are Latin for the "Swiss Confederation"). You would need to know the denomination and value of the coin to get an estimation of value.
Switzerland ("Confoederatio Helvetica" is Latin for the "Swiss Confederation") did not produce a 5 Franc coin in 1927. The type produced in 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926 and 1928, weighed 25 grams, was 90% silver (giving it and ASW - Actual Silver Weight - of 0.7234 troy ounces), and measured 37mm i…n diameter. The front had a portrait of William Tell and the words "CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA". The back had a sheild with a Swiss Cross on it, flanked by sprigs, with "5 FR." (1922 and 1923 said "5 Fr.")above and the date and mintmark below. The type produced from 1931-1967, as well as 1969 (1968 and 1970 onwards were made of Copper-Nickel) were smaller (31.5mm), lighter (15g) and less pure (83.5% Silver - ASW of 0.4027 troy ounces), but otherwise of a similar design. (MORE)
"Confoederatio Helvetica" is the Latin name for Switzerland (because Swiss citizens speak 4 different languages, they use Latin on the coins so as to be fair to everyone), but without knowing the denomination (value) of the coin it's like asking "how much is a 1929 U.S.A. ?". If the number on the… reverse (back) is followed by 'Fr.' then it is a 1-Franc, half-Franc, or 2-Franc. These are all 0.835 *real silver* (i.e. 83.5% silver) - the 1 Franc has 0.1342 of an ounce of silver in it (the 2-Franc has twice as much, a half-Franc, half as much - simple !). To find out how much an ounce of silver is worth right now, try looking at www.kitco.com or www.24hgold.com. Then use a calculator. If the number on the reverse has no letters after it, it's basically a number of 'cents' (called a 'Rappen' in German, 'centime' in French, 'centesimo' in Italian, or 'rap' in Romansh). You probably couldn't sell it unless it's totally unscratched and shiny ('brilliant uncirculated', or BU) - but if it is, look it up on the related link. (MORE)
The year on the Swiss Franc coin says nothing about the value but about the date when the coin was fabricated. Check out the number on the coin to see how much it's worth. You have the smallest piece (5 Rappen) going up to pieces of 10, 20 and 50 Rappen (100 Rappen = 1 Franc) , 1, 2 and 5 Swiss Fr…anc coins. (MORE)
With Silver at $31.77 per ounce it is worth about $8.52. The coins is 10 grams and is 83.5% silver.
"Confoederatio Helvetica" is the official name of Switzerland. Up till 1967, silver was used in Swiss coins with values of 1/2 franc (50 centimes) up to 5 francs. All lower denominations, and all Swiss coins since 1967, are made of base metals - either cupronickel or aluminium-bronze.
You have a Swiss Franc. If it is 5.00F it is worth 5.26 USD, if it is 0.05F it is 0.05 USD
It is a common coin and in lower grades is only worth silver scrap (about $11 at current silver prices) and might be worth as much as $30 or so in top condition.
All you've done is tell us you've got a Swiss coin dated 1965, for an accurate evaluation of the coin's value you need to provide us with the denomination of the coin along with an estimate of the coin's condition.
A quick scan with any search engine will tell you that"Confoederatio Helvetica" is the Latin name for Switzerland. It'sused on Swiss currency because Switzerland has four officiallanguages and it would be really difficult to put them all on atiny coin. Also a bit of trivia is that even though Switz…erland is surroundedby the EU which uses "cent" for its small-denomination coins,fractional Swiss coins are denominated in rappen ratherthan cents. (MORE)
"Confoederatio Helvetica" means your coin is from Switzerland.Without a denomination it's impossible to say whether it's acollectible coin or simply from general circulation. If it's from circulation, it most likely doesn't have and addedvalue. If not from circulation, please post a new, separatequ…estion with its denomination in order to obtain a value estimate. (MORE)