Probably 1 SEK. Or 5 if it is a 5 SEK coin.
"Confoederatio Helvetica" is the Latin name for Switzerland. Your coin is not unusual and has an exchange value of about $1.10 as of 09/2012
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question with more information that might help to identify it. A search of various German numismatic resources indicates that production of 5-mark coins ended in 1915 and didn't resume until 1927. If your coin has a denomination of 5 ...
There are a range of coins it could be, so if you write thedescription of the coin into a website called Numista it shouldcome up with an accurate search result :)
Given that Hitler was a mortal enemy of the US, Nazi Germany would never have issued dollar coins. Its value is would be given in Reichsmarks, the currency of the Nazi regime. That said, 1937 5 RM pieces were made of 90% silver and carry a portrait of former Chancellor Paul von Hindenburg. As...
It's made of cupronickel. These were common circulation coins until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro. Today they have no exchange value but a nice specimen with minimal wear might retail for $2 to $3 depending on its mint mark.
This coin is no longer in circulation, having been replaced by euro-cent coins in 2002. At the exchange rate in effect at the time, it was worth about a nickel.
You are asking about a 5 Drachmai coin from Greece (KM#71.1 or 71.2). What you are reading as "eaahnikh ahmokpatia" is actually the Greek words "ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎÎÎ¡ÎÎ¤ÎÎ" which are pronounced "(H)ellenik(eh) Democratia" and mean "(the) Greek Democracy...
Please post a new, more specific question with the bill's/coin'sdate to get a collector's value.
In Very Fine condition, it would be worth $15-$20.
Your question needs more detail. Deutschland is not a unit/currency.
Not enough information. The pfennig (penny) was a unit of German money for well over 100 years. If its date is after the 1950s it's only worth a few cents, but if it's older it may or may not be valuable. Please post a new question with the coin's date and any other inscriptions.
You are asking about a 5 cent coin from the Netherlands ("Beatrix Kongingin der Nederlanden" is Dutch for "Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands"). According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, it is worth about US$0.40 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, and not much in any condition worse than...
You are asking about a 100 Lire coin from Italy. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 90.6 million of these coins were produced in 1957 - an example would be valued at US$0.25 in Fine condition, US$1.50 in Very Fine condition, US$4.00 in Extremely Fine condition, and US$50.00 in...
You are asking about a 10 Centimes coin from France, produced at the Paris mint (thus the "A" mintmark - the coin was also produced in 1865 in Strasbourg with a "BB" mintmark") under the reign of Emperor Napoleon the Third. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1,608,000 were produced in...
These coins were struck in zinc to free up more important metals for the German war machine. Many of them corroded so values depend a lot on condition as well as mint mark. Assuming the coin is in very to moderately worn condition, ranges of values would be: "A" mint mark - $1.50 to $4.00 D - ...
You are asking about a 1 Drachmma coin from Greece (KM#150). What you are reading as "eaahnikh ahmokpatia" is actually the Greek words "ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎÎÎ¡ÎÎ¤ÎÎ" which are pronounced "(H)ellenik(eh) Democratia" and mean "(the) Greek Democracy". The...
The 1904 Deutches Reich funf mark can bring an upwards of anywhere from 1000 dollars to 2600 dollars to the right buyer
When the Dutch converted to the euro, a Gulden (which is what your coin is) was worth about $.60 in the US. As far as collector value goes, it's a common enough coin that it's commonly seen in a dealer's "two for a buck" box
Nothing. The Lira is no longer used in Italy it has been replaced with Euro.
The 1976 Italian dime can be worth 1.00 dollar or more. Thespecific value of this coin is determined by the condition of thecoin. Correction Italy has never issued coins called "dimes". That's a peculiarlyAmerican denomination; up till 2002 Italian currency wasdenominated in lira. Please check...
value of the 1980 confo.helv. coin worth
Just as much as a brand new carebox
This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany switched to the euro as its currency. At that time it was worth about $1 but now is obsolete and has little or no exchange value. It may sell for roughly that same dollar in circulated condition, while a nice uncirculated one would go for...
These were ordinary circulation coins up till the euro was adopted in 2002. If they are just from pocket change they're only worth face value, about 20 cents per franc at the time of euro conversion.
You'll need to check a couple of things. 1967 was a transition year when 2 pf coins were made out of both copper and copper-plated steel. The majority were made of copper and do NOT stick to a magnet. If your coin ISN'T magnetic, check above the large 2 for a mint mark letter. The most common...
You didn't say what country it's from, but in 1997 at least 4 European countries used coins denominated in francs - France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. All but Switzerland are part of the EU so they now use the euro, meaning any circulation coins from before the switch will have little...
Germany uses the Euro (100 Euro cents = 1 Euro)
Its value depends on its mint mark and condition. Ranges for average to moderate wear: A, F mint marks: 40 to 80 cents. D, E, J: 80 cents to $3.00 G: $1.50 to $6.00 B: $4 to $10
The Maria Theresa thaler coin was first minted in 1741 but after1780, has since been dated to 1780. The coin was once accepted as aform of global currency, but is today seen as a collectors' iteminstead.
hi $20 us to $50 , but $300 unc.
67.4 million 1975-J (Hamburg Mint) coins were struck so it's not scarce; one major German site shows it as only collectible in Uncirculated condition. At the time of euro adoption its exchange value was about US$2.50. 1975 was the year that denomination was changed from silver alloy to copper...
You are refering to a coin issued during the reign of King Charles the Third of Spain. Your would need to provide more details to allow for a complete identification and valuation.
Vale uma nota preta, cara. Conserve-a com muito carinho. Eu nÃ£o sou especialista no assunto mas na minha opiniÃ£o deve valer uns $200.
This coin can vary drastically in price because some are much morecommon than others. The rarer coins range in value from $15 to$140. The more common coins range in value from $3 to $35.
You need to provide us the denomination, all you've done is tell us you have a 1971 coin from the Netherlands (or one of its dependencies).
Look for a small mint mark letter on the coin. Unlike US coins, all German coins of that period have mint marks. Sammler.com, a large German collectibles site, lists the following approximate retail values as of 02/2010: A mint mark: moderately worn $4.00; almost no wear $20.00; uncirculated $50...
There are a lot of misunderstandings about this coin ! It has nothing to do with mother Teresa - of course, it is : MariaTheresia, Empress of Austria. The problem with this coin is, that there are about 800.000.000coins struck in the 20th century, but with the original date 1780 ! Value : only 20...
I believe it's made from billon, which is an alloy with silver content of less than 50%. I wouldn't classify billon as silver (someone else might).
That is a modern Swiss 5 Franc coin. In circulated condition, it would be worth about $4.50.
Italians use Euro. Most of the country's in Europe do.
In circulated condition it might sell for 25 to 50 cents. This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when France adopted the euro as its currency. At the exchange rate in effect at that time it would be worth about US$0.20
There's no coin called a "frank". The FRANC is a denomination used in Switzerland and was used in several other European countries until 2002, as well as former French colonies in Africa. Because of that much more information is needed. Please post a new and separate question with the coin's date...
The coin is a commemorative piece struck in 62.5% silver. They wereonly made at the Karlsruhe Mint and should have a "G" mint mark.sammler.com, a major German collectibles site, lists the followingapproximate retail values as of 05/2016: .
Almost no wear - US$6.90 .
Uncirculated - $8.10 .
Proof - ...
Regardless of mint mark, $150 to $220 depending on condition.
sorry man, I have one of these it is only worth about 1 dollar (usd)
Type your answer here... 5 fr,1931 confoederato helvetica
These coins were struck in zinc to save metal for the war effort, so many of them corroded. Its value depends on both its condition and mint mark. Assuming it's still in moderately decent shape, retail value ranges for each mint mark are: A: $1.50 to $3 D, F, or J: $4 to $8 B, E, or G: $10 to...
It would depend heavily on the condition or grade of the coin just like any other coin . Prices and values will vary greatly so your best bet would be to see a reputable coin dealer but prices will be as little as melt value for extremely low grade or thousands for the higher top end grades. As...
This denomination was introduced in 1975 and circulated until the euro was adopted in 2002. In uncirculated condition it would retail for about $8. Circulated, it's worth only face value, about $2.50 at the time of euro conversion.
How much is a The Hong Kong &Shanghai Banking Corporation five dollar bank note worth? Well part of important history. Guess a Question with a Question mean's you dont know. How sad. Please dont respond if you dont have a true answer.
The exact value of a 1946 1 krona coin is actually dependent upon anumber of factors. Most importantly being, the condition of thecoin.
A 1941 Republique Francaise 50 centimes is worth between 1 and 8 USdollars. The value depends on the condition of the coin.
The value of a 1924 German penny varies greatly depending upon thecondition of the coin and where the coin was made. The values varybetween $6.75-$81.00.
depends on the coin's denomination.
Yes, there is value to these. Many of them are valued at an amountclose to $5 each, depending upon their condition.
46 euro cents what would it be worth in the united states?
Hi, Confoederatio Helvetica is Switzerland. To give a value, we would need the denomination of the coin. How many rappen or francs does the coin say it is worth?
It depends on the condition of the coin. If it's absolutely perfect, bright and shiny like new, like it left the mint yesterday, with full luster, untouched by human hands, about $85. If its been in people's pockets and throwing around in a drawer for eighty years, its not in "brilliant...
There are websites that can give you the value. To change the money, you have to go to a currency exchange. They have them at international airports and in big cities.
Approximately 463 CFA franc is one US dollar.
Not gold, brass. It's an ordinary circulation coin in the Presidential dollars series. It's worth exactly $1..
Brass, not gold. It's part of the Presidential dollars series and is worth exactly $1. Go ahead and spend it.
In circulated condition, face value only - about 50 cents at the time this coin was discontinued in 2002.
The pre-civil war (1934) Spanish 5 Peseta coins were made from .900 silver. From 1949 they were made of Nickel until switching to an alloy of Aluminium and Bronze in 1989, which was used until they were replaced by the Euro in 2001.
Republic Italy or Italian Republic
The 1941 Belgium 5 franc coin is worth about 4-5 dollars.
More information is needed. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's denomination.
Â£73.4075. What someone is will to pay for it
The Deutsche Mark was not introduced until 1948. In 1917 the German currency was the Reichsmark.
With an A mint mark, about 50Â¢ to $1. D, E, or F: 75Â¢ to $1.50 G or J: $1 to $2
There is $1.36 for every one euro. Euro is the currency that isused in Europe and the United States uses the dollar as theircurrency.
A Republic of France what? bronze coin 1975
This was an extremely common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro as its currency. A circulated one has no real collector value and would probably sell for anywhere from its face value at the time of conversion, roughly 50Â¢, up to $1 or so. As of 02/2010 an uncirculated...
This coin is common among collectors despite its age. sammler.com, a major German collectibles site lists the following approximate values as of 02/2010: In average circulated condition: A, D, or F mint mark: US$ 0.70 E, G, or J: US$ 1.40 In almost new condition: A mint mark: US$ 1.40 ...
EU 50 cent coins are common in circulation, unlike the half-dollar in the US. At the exchange rate in effect in early 2010 it's worth about 70Â¢ US,
50 Euro cent, because it is not old or rare enough to have collector value
There is a big difference in value between the France Franc and the Belgium Franc, so please specify.
Your coin was used in Germany up till the country switched to the euro in 2002. If its value is in pfennige or is at most 5 marks, it's most likely to be an ordinary circulation coin. If so, it's no longer spendable but its value at the time of conversion was roughly half as many US dollars or...
A package of every Euro coin contains â¬3.77 wich is around $5.00.
If it's an original and not a copy, which is the case in 9 out of 10 in the market, the price depending on condition is as follow: XF 1800$ AU 3000$ MS 10000$ SP 35000$ 20 drachmai 1833 is the most copied Greek coin
A curios of little value issued during the height of German hyperinflation. The German currency was of so little value that a wheel-barrow of money was needed to buy a loaf of bread and it was cheaper to burn the money for heating than buy coal or wood.