What is the value of a one french 5C 1911 coin?
15.386.000 coins were struck of this type.
Value: about 10 dollars.
Value: about 10 dollars.
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Only a dollar, unless it is in mint or proof condition. In this case a collector would pay more than a dollar.
Cents have been minted almost every year since 1793 so that's an extremely broad question. Please post a new and more specific question with the coin's date and mint mark (if it has one).
More information is needed. Please check your coin again and post anew, separate question that includes its denomination.
More information is needed. France used francs up until 2002, not marks. Marks were used in Germany. Please post a new question with the coin's denomination and amount of wear. Thanks!
A British 1911 gold Five Pound (KG V)(Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£2,750 GBP. There were only about 2,800 coins minted as Proof FDC, they were never put into general circulation. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in thei…r grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. (MORE)
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Look on the back of the coin to see if there's a small mint markletter to the left of the arrowheads. It may be blank or there maybe a D. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of08/2014: No mint mark (Philadelphia): Very worn condition - $252 Moderately worn - $276 Slight…ly worn - $288 Almost no wear - $325 Uncirculated - $444 to $34,760 depending on quality "D" mint mark (Denver): Very worn - $565 Moderately worn - $1,020 Slightly worn - $1,860 Almost no wear - $5,148 Uncirculated - $8,130 to $209,250 DISCLAIMER: The retail values quoted are the best available as ofthe date shown, but may vary significantly due to changes in theprecious metals market. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a coinwill be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable coindealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based oninspection of the coin. (MORE)
Many of the coins are valued in price close to $10 each. The amountwill vary depending upon the condition that the coin is in.Ã
What type of coin contains the words Good for 5c in trade on one side and fededrick on the other side?
It is probably a merchant's token, common in the 19th century, or possibly a pawnbrokers token.. In view of the reference to "5c", and that it is in English, it is most likely from the USA or Canada.
What is the largest possible value of coins is it possible to have without having any coins which will add to 4 dollars coins are 5c 10c 20c 50c 1 dollar 2 dollar?
Tentatively I will say $4.35, with for instance:. 19 x 20c. 1 x 50c. 1 x 5c. It's possible that a rigorous method exists, but this is just a fudged guess. Any advances on it?
These are British Sovereign and Half-Sovereign gold coins minted in Australia.. Half-Sovereign . 1911 Sydney Mint - 252,000 minted - uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $200 AUD. If it is circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from bullion value …to bullion value to $140 AUD.. A proof coin might fetch up to $90,000 AUD.. 1911 Perth Mint - 130,000 minted - uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $500 AUD. If it is circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from bullion value to bullion value to $275 AUD.. Both coins are identical, except for size, apart from the Mint Marks (Sydney "S" and Perth "P") on the reverse side above the centre of the date.. The Obverse side has King George V, the Reverse side has a horse-mounted, sword wielding St.George slaying a dragon.. Composition is 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper (22 Carat 916.6 Fine) 3.994g. Pure Gold Content 0.1177 oz. Diameter is 19mm.. Sovereign (the same as the Half-Sovereign, but slightly bigger). 1911 Sydney Mint - 2,519,000 minted - uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $275 AUD. If it is circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from $210 to $230 AUD.. 1911 Melbourne Mint - 2,851,000 minted - uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $275 AUD. If it is circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from bullion value to bullion value plus a few percent.. A proof coin might fetch up to $90,000 AUD.. 1911 Perth Mint - 4,373,000 minted - uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $280 AUD. If it is circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from bullion value to bullion value plus a few percent.. The three coins are identical apart from the Mint Marks (Sydney "S", Melbourne "M" and Perth "P") on the reverse side above the centre of the date.. The Obverse side has King George V, the Reverse side has a horse-mounted, sword wielding St.George slaying a dragon.. Composition is 91.67% gold and 8.33% copper (22 Carat 916.6 Fine) 7.9881g. Pure Gold Content 0.2354 oz. Diameter is 21.5mm.. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. (MORE)
In New Zealand It is a Tuatara, but they have recently abolished the five cent coin.
You have 2 coins in your hand worth 15c if one of the coins is not a 5c piece what are the 2 coins you possess?
For American currency. You have two coins worth a total of 15cents. One of the coins is not a nickel. What are they? The one that's not a nickel is a dime. The OTHER coin is a nickel.
Three different denominations used that design in 1911 Please see the Related Questions for more information.
A States of Jersey 1911 bronze One Twelfth of a Shilling (KG V), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£30 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£5 to Â£20 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more acc…urate valuation. (MORE)
If it is an "S" mint mark it is worth between $625 and $8500 depending upon the condition. A "D" mint mark is worth between $650 and $23500. A Plain mint mark is worth between $600 and $2400. Be careful who you get to grade the value there is a big difference in quality...
Remember Roman numerals from grade school? "V" is the Roman numeral for 5, so you have a nickel. There's more information at the Related Question.
The U.S. didn't mint any $1 coins or print any $1 bills with that date. Please check again and post a new question.
Such a coin does not exist. Britain replaced the Guinea coin with the Sovereign in 1817.
The values for all 3coins (P-D-S Mint Marks) of this year are the same But they don't list under grade VF-20. So about $1000.00
A British 1911 Two Pound (Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£850 GBP. . There were only about 2,800 coins minted as Proof FDC, they were never put into general circulation. . A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
With out a grade, I can only give a wide range of values for the coin. Circulated coins run from $162.00-$306.00 and uncirculated starting at $342.00+
You do not state how heavy the time is. An Australian 5 cent coin weighs 2.83 grams. Making no allowance for the weight of the tin, you have about $33 worth of 5 cent coins.
More information is needed. If your coin is dated 1960 or later and was found in change, it's worth about US$1.50 to $2.00 to a collector, but can't be used to buy anything in France because these coins were replaced by the euro in 2002. If it's older or in uncirculated condition please post a ne…w question with its date. (MORE)
From 1961 through 1964 - silver (2.83 grams at 50% pure - 0.0455 troy ounces ASW [Actual Silver Weight]) From 1965 through 1982 - nickel (2.5 grams) From 1990 onward - copper-plated steel (4.5 grams)
There are multiple animals on 5 cent coins depending on the country and time period such as the Buffalo on the US "buffalo nickel", the Beaver on the Canadian nickel, etc.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1911 Quarter Eagle is common. The Mint made some changes in the planchets used for coinage this year and they appear slightly granular. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. In general retail values for low …grade coins are $205.00-240.00, better grade are $280.00-$305.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $310.00-$340.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer (MORE)
United States Scott #933. You can purchase a used copy for 15cents. A mint, or unused, copy would be 45 cents.
If it's one of the new "golden" dollars, it has no extra value. Hundreds of millions have been minted and of course they're brass, not gold, so feel free to spend it.
Gold is currently Â£830-a-Troy Ounce (31.1035 gms). In 1911, there were three gold coins issued under the reign of George V (Edward VII had died in 1910). The coin you have (probably the FIVE POUND PIECE), if dated, 1911 could be worth from Â£1,200 - Â£2,500 depending on condition. Check to se…e that the monarch is George V and not Edward VII. (MORE)
Unless the dime was in exceptional, mint-state condition, or a proof it would only be worth 10 cents. 1986 dimes are incredibly common and can be found in pocket change daily and are struck on the same blanks that current dimes are stuck on so there is no precious metal content in there.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1911 Indian Head Eagle ($10) is common in all grades. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. In general retail values for low grade coins are $740.00-$790.00, better grade are $840.00-$860.00 and coins showin…g almost no wear run from $870.00-$900.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer (MORE)
80, because there are 400 cents in 4 Dollars, and 400 divided by 5 = 80.
The normal non-commemorative Australian 50 cent coin has thekangaroo and emu on the reverse as a part of the Australian Coat ofArms. Here's the full list of coins, identifying the reverse design: 1c: feathertail glider (no longer minted) 2c: frill-necked lizard (no longer minted) 5c: echidna 10c: s…uperb lyrebird 20c: platypus 50c: Coat of Arms with kangaroo & emu (non-commerative coins) $1: five kangaroos (non-commerative coins) $2: aboriginal elder The obverse design has the Queen. (MORE)
The 1911 10 Franc from France is a gold coin worth about 150-200 US dollars, and there is a Swiss 10 Franc coin, too, also worth 150-200.
The 1901 US Indian Head cent is not rare. The value of an averagecirculated coin is $1.00-$3.00.
The first thing you need to do is look on the reverse of your coin to the left of the arrow that the Eagle is sitting on, there will be either nothing or a "D". If there is a D, you have the "key date" or rarest issue of the Indian Head quarter eagle and it is worth quite a bit of money depending on… condition (over $800 in circulated condition) and if your coin has the "D" mintmark, I would advise you to see a reputable coin dealer and see his opinion of it and see if it is worth it to get it graded, because uncirculated examples and mint state examples easily run over $2-3,000. However, if your coin does not have the "D" mintmark, it is the most common Indian Head quarter eagle and is worth about $300 to $500 depending on condition. Do not clean your coin. Cleaning your coin will only cause it to lose value. (MORE)
Sorry, no US three cent coins exist dated 1911. Look at it again and post new question.
I think this coin is over 115 years old ,Its value can reach USD 2000,00
sammler.com, a major German collectibles site, lists the following approximate retail values as of 07/2011: "A" mint mark (Berlin): Slightly worn - US$5.60 Almost no wear - US$8.40 Uncirculated - US$21.00 "D" Slightly worn - $35.00 Almost no wear - $56.00 Uncirculated - $140.00 …"E" Slightly worn - $5.60 Almost no wear - $9.80 Uncirculated - $28.00 "F" Slightly worn - $11.20 Almost no wear - $56.00 Uncirculated - $224.00 "G" Slightly worn - $11.20 Almost no wear - $35.00 Uncirculated - $70.00 "J" Slightly worn - $8.40 Almost no wear - $35.00 Uncirculated - $182.00 (MORE)
It sounds like you're referring to a 1 Drachma coin (George I on front, and Thetis on a seahorse holding a shield on back?). In circulated condition, the value is anywhere from about $9 to $60 - but if it's uncirculated, this coin can retail from $470 to $800 depending on actual grade.
Such a coin does not exist. Queen Victoria died in 1901. Additionally, she was never the Queen of the USA (the US being a republic) and subsequently did not appear on any US coins.
The only animal to appear on the 5c coin in US currency is thebuffalo (1913-1938) Canadian 5c coins normally have a picture of a beaver building adam, although special commemoratives issued during the 1967Centennial carry a picture of a snowshoe hare. Australian 5c coins have a picture of an echid…na, which is anunusual egg-laying mammal found only in that country. New Zealand 5c coins carried a picture of a reptile called atuatara. The denomination was eliminated in 2006 due to lowpurchasing power. (MORE)
It is REALLY worth about 1.80 because it's a Dollar Coin.......that means your making a .80 profit. Later on at about 2200 ,LONG TIME, it will be worth about 600$. (untouched) Might want to pass it down a few generations
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. There's no such coin for two reasons: (1) No US dollar coins were struck from 1905 to 1920 inclusive (2) There's never been a V mintmark on any US coin. The only UScoin from that time period with a V on it was the famous LibertyHead …nickel, and the "V" of course represented the denomination (5)in Roman numerals. (MORE)
You are asking about a 5 Cent coin from South Africa (KM#59). The coin is 17.35mm in diameter, weighs 2.83 grams, and is composed of 50%, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 0.0455 troy ounces. With silver (as of November 18, 2012) valued at US$32.25 per troy ounce, the "melt" value of the co…in is about US$1.46. Being made of silver, the coin would no longer circulate, but its face value (with the South African Rand valued at 11.28 US cents as of November 18, 2012) is slightly over one half a US cent. The front of the coin bears a portrait of Jan van Riebeeck (a 17th-century Dutch colonial administrator and founder of Cape Town) and the words "UNITY IS STRENGTH" and "EENDRAG MAAK MAG" (Afrikaans for "Unity is Strength"). The back bears an image of a protea flower surrounded by five bundles of sticks, the date "1963" above, the denomination "5 C" below, "SOUTH AFRICA" to the left and "SUID-AFRIKA" (Afrikaans for "South Africa") to the right. 8,054,000 were produced for circulation in 1963, as well as another 4,025 in Proof for collectors According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, the coin is worth little over its silver value (US$1.46) even in Uncirculated condition. In Proof, it would be valued at about US$3.00. (MORE)
Such a coin does not exist. The Australian One Dollar coin was first issued in 1984.
A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the otherone is.
There are several websites that offer the ability to look up the value of coins. One example of such a site is cointrackers, they let you enter the coin ID which will tell you the type of coin, and the value of the coin.
Current retail values run from $1,500.00 to $1,600.00 for circulated examples. The 1911 $20 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle is not rare.