South American Coins

Parent Category: Coins and Paper Money
Collecting coins of South America as a hobby. Please include as many of these criteria as possible in your question to ensure an accurate evaluation of a coin: the denomination, the country of origin, the year of minting and the condition.
There were proof sets made in 1974 and 1975 where all 8 of the coins were silver, and proof sets made during those years when none of them were silver. Assuming that your coins are in a set, check the 1 Cent coin - if it looks silver, then all the coins in the set are silver; if it looks bronze,...
About a cent if you can sell them in bulk
Perhaps US$2 or $3 in Uncirculated condition, and well under a dollar in circulated condition.
I think that you are referring to a 1000 Reis coin (KM#531) issued in 1932 commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Colonialization. The obverse has an 3/4 view of Martim Afonso da Sousa (Commander of the first Portuguese expedition to Brazil, and first Royal Governor or Brazil), and the reverse has a...
The coins are Morgan Dollars not E PLURIBUS UNUM dollars and all 3 are common with the same retail values of $17.00-$26.00 in circulated condition.
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40,000,000 Five Centavo coins were produced for Ecuador in 1946, so it isn't a particularly valuable coin. Perhaps US$1.00 in Uncirculated condition, maybe half that in very nice circulated condition, and very little in worse shap than that.
You are asking about an 8 Reales coin from Mexico (KM#377.8). The coin weighs 27.07 grams and is 90.3% silver, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 0.7859 troy ounces. This coin was produced at the Guanajuato mint - 4,344,000 such coins were produced in 1897. According to the Standard Catalog...
They are worth about 76 dollars for the gold. They are worth more if they are in excellent or mint condition.
7-25-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1846 Liberty Seated dollar is a fairly common date of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. In general retail values for low grade coins are $400.00-$430.00, better grade are $500.00-...
First you have to know whether it's really gold or just brass. Second, the "$" sign is used in Mexico to indicate pesos, not dollars. If it's brass, the coin has very little value because the peso was revalued in 1992-93 at the rate of 1000 to 1. That would make the coin worth 1/10 of a modern...
i think it has the value of $.25-$1.00
Answer . I believe they're worth the same as a quarter since they've been in circulation. More . Correct. Assuming it's made of copper-nickel, it's a common Panamanian coin. The Balboa is permanently linked 1-1 to the US dollar.
$18 to $6500 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of thecoin.
It's not a Mint product. Someone took a normal half dollar and stamped JFK's birth and death dates onto it. Normally an alteration like this would reduce the coin's value, but the good news is that Kennedy halves are common enough in circulated condition that they're only worth their metal value ...
The U.S. never minted a half dollar gold coin. If your coin is the size of a standard half dollar, it's been plated for use in jewelry or as a keepsake. Unfortunately, that undoes any extra numismatic value it may have had. If your coin is smaller or does not look like the coin shown in this...
The value of 410,000 cruzeiros is equal to 149.09 Brazilian real, which is equivalent to $85.15. The Brazilian cruzeiro is obsolete. It was replaced with the Brazilian real on July 1, 1994. One Brazilian real is equivalent to 2750 Brazilian cruzeiros. One Brazilian real is equivalent to 0.571102 U...
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What ever you can get someone to pay you for it, just like anything else.............
You are asking about a 5 Shilling coin (also called a "Crown") from South Africa (KM#40.2). The coin weighs 28.28 grams and is 50.0% silver, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 0.4546 troy ounces. With silver at US$17.63 per troy ounce (as of Ma7 21, 2010), the "melt value" of this coin is...
Thats what i want to know i got one when i was metal detecting and want to know its value
Like any other gold plate over a base metal, whatever you can get. However based on current conditions, not much. But when the value of the dollar drops, they might make a good item to barter with.
"Cien pesos" means a hundred pesos. But several different countriesuse a monetary unit called peso, and their values are not all thesame. So without knowing what country it is from, nobody would knowthe value.
How much is a 1988 madero 500 worth
500 colones = 1 dollor 250 colones = 50cents 125 colones = 25 cents 50 colones = 10cents
I think that you have either the date or the denomination of your coin incorrect. Your coin is from Spain, but the only coin dated 1947 was the 1 peseta ("UNA PESETA"). There was, however, a Fifty Peseta ("50 PTAS") dated 1957. The coin was actually produced between 1958 and 1975 (two digit year of...
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1875 Liberty Seated quarter is a common coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $20.00-$30.00, better grade are $35.00-$65...
The value of a 1794 Carolus V coin would actually depend on anumber of factors. Most important of these factors would be thecondition of the coin.
Please post a new question with the coin's denomination.
There are 0.78 troy ounces of silver in most Mexican 8 reales or in a 1 silver pesos coin.
Answer . The Panamanian balboa is linked to the U.S. dollar at a 1-to-1 conversion rate, so your quarter-balboa coin is worth 25 cents.
A R1 silver coin from 1967 contains about 0.400 oz of silver, work it out using the spot price..... just under R100
Round brown with 2 different side that has different information
Yes, quite a few french coins are made of silver. After 1960, only certain specially minted coins are silver. These are prized by collectors.
A 1973 Eisenhower Dollar in MS63 condition is worth: $11.00.
A Quetzal is a bird most famous for being on the flag of Guatemala, as well as being that country's national bird, and the name for their currency. Quetzals are a member of the Trogon family, and are about 12 in/30 cm long, with the long tail coverts being about 24 in/60 cm long. Males are an...
I have an 1892 bible that belonged to my mothers great great grandmother . how much is it worth?
what is a republica portugesa 250 coin worth in american money
Face value. All state quarters have the mintmark on the front of the coin below "In God We Trust". Quarters haven't had mintmarks on the reverse since copper-nickel coins were introduced in 1965.
You are asking about a 1/4 Balboa coin (KM#11) from Panama. The coin is 24.25mm in diameter, weighs 5.65 grams, and is mad of copper-nickle clad around a copper core. The obverse (front) has the national coat of arms with the words "REBVBLICA DE PANAMA" ("Republic of Panama" in Spanish) above and...
Depending on where it came ffrom will depend on the price of the coin
Translation: Fifty
The minimum value of a 1885 Mexico 8 Reales coin is $9.40. A wellworn coin is value around $35. A coin of average circulation isvalued around $70. A well preserved coin in valued at $100.
the value of 1947 vn-cvarto-balboa coin