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What is the value of a dgregfd 1971 Elizabeth II coin?
Probably not much, but without more information it's not possible to say. All the question tells us is that it's a modern coin from one of the countries in the British Commonwealth.
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Well, I am actually looking for the same answer! (I own one), I'velooked around and I found people selling them for around 10-25 USD.
It's brass and nickel, not gold and silver. It's worth face value only.
Not much, it is worth about 3-4 cents or so in the exchange rate. It is an incredibly common coin and in typical circulation in the UK.
The question could describe a coin from any country in the British commonwealth that uses dollar-based currency. In any case a 1991 coin is too new to have any extra value unl…ess it's in brand-new condition, and even then it's not likely to be worth a significant premium. If you're interested in its exchange value you need to look more closely and determine which country it's from, then check a site like xe.com to find the current exchange rate. However the conversion fees involved in selling it are almost certain to be more than its value, so it would probably be best to just keep it as a conversation piece.
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.
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.
I saw it on eBay for about $10 Canadian. The condition is very important for collectibles. The token on eBay was circulated and very dirty.
About $1 if totally uncirculated. It is not silver and is the most common commemorative crown (5 shillings). It is a common coin with little collector demand.
Answer This is a normal circulation coin worth face value - about 23 U.S. cents at current exchange rates. BTW, because Canada is a member of th…e British Commonwealth, the Queen's picture appears on all normal coinage.
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.
Sucha coin does not exist. The British One Pound coin was first introduced in 1983.
It is worth about $50 in good condition. If it is mint condition you can get about $75.
Unless the coin is in mint condition and, it is part of a mint year set, probably whatever is shown on the reverse side.
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.