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What is the value of a Straights Settlements Queen Victoria cent dated 1894?
What condition is it in? With the information on the coin, including its condition, the curious person would go to eBay and see if any are listed and look at the prices. Also, with that same information, a number of online coin dealers (and there are quite a few) could be searched and browsed for listings and an approximate value may obtained in that way.
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$250 to $700 depending on condition
I have recently aquired one of these for my collection. The Obverse features King Edward VII in the centre with the lettering "EDWARD VII KING & EMPEROR" running around the in…side beaded rim. The Reverse features a beaded rim with inside running lettering ". STRAITS SETTLEMENTS . ONE CENT 1908" A centre beaded ring surrounds the number "1" the central part of the "1" has horizontal lines running accross. From my research these coins value anywhere from $7.50 AUD for a close to scrap condition and up to $50 for Extra Fine/UNCirculated examples. I have not seen any for sale above UNC condition to give an estimate although some guides list AUNC at as much as $100 AUD. Hope this helps.
You are asking about a 1 Cent coin (KM#32) from the Straits Settlements (which corresponds to that portion of present-day Malaysia that is connected to continental Asia). The …coin is square with rounded corners, measures 21mm across, and is made of bronze. The front bears a portrait of King George the Fifth and the words "GEORGE V KING AND EMPEROR OF INDIA". The back has two circles,one within the other; in the inner circle is a large "1" with the word "CENT" below; surrounding the inner circle, but within the outer circle, are the words "STRAITS SETTLEMENTS", with the date below. 55,000,000 such coins were produced for circulation in 1920, as well as a small number in proof condition for collectors. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.50 in Fine condition, US$1.50 in Very Fine condition, US$10.00 in Extremely Fine condition, US$40.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$500.00 in Proof condition.
Please post a new question with the coin's country of origin. England has never used cents, only pence, so if you have a coin with no country but a denomination of 3 p…ence it's British. If it's from another country it should have the name somewhere on the coin.
You must be referring to Straits Settlements King Edward 50 cents coin. Despite its relatively high mintage of 193,000 pcs, it is the scarce date of all King Edward 50 cents c…oins. F = 150, VF = 270, XF = 500, UNC = 1500 (singapore dollars). Only Queen Victoria 50 cents coins can rival it.
There is no official British 1830 Queen Victoria coin. Victoria did not ascend to the throne until 1837, in 1830 the king was King George IV until June 26th, and King William …IV from June 26th onwards.
She appeared on many coins that year, so be more specific in your question, making sure to include the country and denomination.
Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, there are no 1837 coins with her likeness on them. All coins minted for 1837 have King William IV on them. You possibly have a souv…enir medallion commemorating her Golden or Diamond Jubilee.
The first Australian stamps were issued in 1913, 12 years after Queen Victoria died in 1901. The individual states issued their own stamps prior to 1913, but none of them will… have a 4 cent value on them since decimal currency was not introduced until 1966. There were many Fourpenny stamps issued between 1850 and 1913, but they will have a state name clearly marked on them.
Though 1884 Straits Settlements Queen Victoria quarter cent coin is not a scarce date, it is still an "above average" date which is worth collecting. The common date for QV qu…arter cent is 1901. Here are the values for 1884 QV quarter cent coin in 2010's Singapore dollars: (exchange rate in 2010 is taken as RM1 = S$0.43, values quoted from Steven Tan's 2010 coin catalog) VG = $9 F = $17 VF = $43 XF = $206 AU = 90% of UNC's value UNC = $645 Numeric grades would command much higher prices. Details grades' values are around the above values, though some sellers will sell much higher due to other attributes of the coin like lustre, shine, toning and appeal. Due to differing grading standards of even very established grading companies, coins with numeric grades of AU and less can have scratches and surface hairlines too. Usually coins with scratches and surface hairlines will be given details grades.
Any where from ten to fifty dollars. Important note: There's no coin called a "one cent penny". The US and Canada use cents; in 1876 most countries in the British Empir…e used pennies. The coins aren't interchangeable even though US slang for the cent has always been "penny".
There's no such coin. Britain has never minted nickels, the first Canadian nickels were dated 1922, and the US doesn't put British monarchs on its coins due to a little pr…oblem way back in 1776. You probably have an American Liberty Head nickel; the V on the back is the Roman numeral (remember those?) for 5, and not an initial for Victoria If so, it's worth about $3 to $4 in average condition.
It greatly depends on the condition of the coin. If it could be graded as "Fine", it would be worth $20. As "Very Fine" it would be worth $45. As "Extremely Fine" it would be …worth $90 and if it is in "Uncirculated" condition, it would be worth $550. And, if by chance you had a "Proof" coin, then it would be worth $1450. This coin is made of .8000 Silver and weighs .3492 oz. This information comes from a book that's about a year or so old, the coin values may have increased since its publication.
Please ask one question at a time. A British 1856 silver Threepence (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £120 GBP. If it has been circulated bu…t still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £10 to £55 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of the above coin is upside down to the obverse. This is normal. A British 1892 silver Threepence (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £35 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £2 to £15 GBP. A British 1896 silver Threepence (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £30 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £1 to £12 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
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Between $27 and $312. In the future please include the condition of the coin so I can value it more precisely for you.
in mint comdition Rs= 25,000