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1976 ahmokpatia 50 aenta coin?

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September 10, 2008 3:45PM

This is a 50-Lepta Coin from Greece - and depending on condition, the book value is not much over a dollar or so at best. Neverthless, it's a great coin to inspire starting a cool world coin collection - an inexpensive and very fun hobby! Hope this helps. -Inge, J&J Coins, Colorado

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A 1976 US half dollar is worth its face value- 50 cents.

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Unless it is a proof and has an "S" mint mark, it is only worth 50 cents. It is a very common coin.

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This coin is from Greece - what you are reading as "eaahnikh ahmokpatia" is actually the Greek words "ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΕΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ" which are pronounced "(H)ellenik(eh) Democratia" and mean "(the) Greek Democracy". To value the coin, you would need to know its denomination (20 lepta, 50 lepta, 1 drachma or 2 drachmai) and condition. Broadly, however, in average circulated condition, it's worth a dollar or less, in nice circulated condition 1 to 10 dollars, and in Uncirculated condition 20 to 100 dollars.

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Look again. The date says 1776-1976. It's a Bicentennial coin worth 50 cents

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This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro. At that time it was worth about 50 cents.

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If this fragment of a question is supposed to be asking about the coin's value, it's worth 50 cents.

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The coin must have so much wear you can't see the other date 1976, and it's only worth 50 cents.

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All circulated bicentennial half dollars are still worth 50 cents. It's not a rare coin.

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All of the Bicentennial coins with the dual date of 1776-1976 struck for circulation have face value only regardless of denomination.

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Ask the Reserve Bank of Fiji for more information and also check out the collectables they have!

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The coin is called a "50 Pence" coin. The term "50 New Pence" was last used in 1981.

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The US 50 cent coin has JF Kennedy on it.

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A New Zealand 1976 50 cent coin, uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $5 NZD. There were 2.027 million minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. NOTE - All New Zealand pre-2006 50 cent coins are no longer legal tender, but they are redeemable for face value at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

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No general circulation New Zealand decimal coin contains any silver. New Zealand 50 cent coins were made from a copper nickel alloy from 1967 until 2006.

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More information please - there are seven coins with that lettering on ... 1 drachma 2 drachmes 5 drachmes 10 drachmes 20 drachmes 50 drachmes 100 drachmes The inscription is "ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ" (Greek Democracy)

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All circulating bicentennial Kennedy half dollars are worth 50 cents.

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on the 50 cent coin is the picture of

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Probably a 50 Yen coin from Japan

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There was no such coin in Britain. The 50 New Pence coin was introduced in 1969.

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Such a coin does not exist. The 50 New Pence coin was first issued in 1969.

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NOTE - All New Zealand pre-2006 50 cent coins are no longer legal tender, but they are redeemable for face value at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. A New Zealand 1976 cupro-nickel 50 cent coin (Elizabeth II), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $5 NZD. There were 2.027 million minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.