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The dual date would indicate that it's a Canadian Centennial coin, so unless it's a proof or uncirculated coin it's probably only worth a small amount more than face val…ue. Please include a coin's denomination and country as well as its date, in order to help with its ID.
Not enough information. Almost all coins from the British Commonwealth carry the Queen's image on the reverse side, so there are many dozens of possibilities to choose f…rom. In any case a 1977 coin is unlikely to be valuable because its date is after the time when most countries' circulating coins contained silver. If you are still interested in a specific answer post a new question with the coin's denomination and its country of origin. Also note that the Queen's name is Elizabeth - a search will not find "Elisabeth" as Queen of England.
Unless the coin is in mint condition and, it is part of a mint year set, probably whatever is shown on the reverse side.
You need to be more specific. In 1974, Queen Elizabeth was the monarch for quite a few countries. Please post a new question including the denomination, country of origin and …an estimate of the condition. When all of these elements are present, we can tell you a value, but otherwise we can't tell you if you have a coin worth several hundred dollars or less than a penny.
Despite not mentioning the coin's denomination, all Canadian coins dated 1971 are still worth face value.
a cent coin.
Check your coin. Queen Elizabeth II was not born until 1926, and she ascended the throne in 1952; first coins of her reign probably 1953. Your coin is probably 1961 if it sh…ows Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Victoria reigned in 1861.
Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, has only appeared on two British coins to date. 1. The 1981 25 Pence (Crown) coin commemorating his marriage to Lady Diana Spencer. 2. The… 1998 Five Pound (Crown) coin commemorating his 50th Birthday. The 1977 coin to which you possibly refer is the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II commemorative 25 Pence (Crown) coin.
Please post a new question with the coin's denomination and country of origin. The Queen's image and variations of that motto are on hundreds of different coins from countries… in the British Commonwealth.
All British One Pound coins have the date on them. The absence of the date may indicate that somebody has removed it, or that the coin is a poor forgery. Alternatively, any co…in with a "genuine" minting flaw would have some value, above the usual, as a collectible coin. Genuinely flawed coins are not necessarily known about or documented until somebody turns up with one, since they are an "accident" of the minting process, and have escaped detection during quality control at the mint therefore, a valuation cannot be anticipated. A reputable coin dealer should be able to identify and confirm the coin as genuine and make a valuation.
You do not specify whether your coin is gold or silver, the weight or the face value. The Lunar series of coins are produced annually by the Royal Australian Mint in gold and …silver and in a variety of weights and face values. They are issued as individual coins or as sets. I suggest that since the coin is barely 1 year old, the value has not increased much from the original purchase price.
Sucha coin does not exist. The British One Pound coin was first introduced in 1983.
Whatever the coin is, it will be worth whatever is inscribed on it.
It would depend on the year, denomination, and condition of the coin. While coins were produced in the name of Queen Elizabeth II for "Rhodesia and Nyasaland" for several year…s, issues under the name "Rhodesia" were produced only in 1964 (6 Pence, Shilling, 2 Shilling, and 2 1/2 Shilling), 1966 (10 Shillings, 1 Pound, and 5 Pounds - all in gold), and 1968 (3 Pence). Assuming that you don't have a gold coin, it is worth about US$0.25 - $1.25 in circulated condition, and US$1.50 to US$3.00 in Uncirculated condition (although the 2 1/2 Shilling coin is valued slightly higher than these ranges). The 1964 coins were also produced in proof condition for collecters - examples of these are valued at around US$20.00. The 1968 3 Pence has a known error (the shafts of the spears on the back are doubled) which is valued at US$10-US$20 in circulated condition and US$35 in Uncirculated condition. The 3 Pence was also issued in proof, but only 10 were produced, so each is worth about US$1,200.00.
Regardless of the country that issued it, it's too new to have any special value.
It is worth about $50 in good condition. If it is mint condition you can get about $75.