What is the value of 1959 veinte centavos coin from republic of Columbia?
$16.38 (US Dollars)
$18.65 (Canadian Dollars)
(These are the prices of what the coin is going for on EBay.
$18.65 (Canadian Dollars)
(These are the prices of what the coin is going for on EBay.
1 person found this useful
Answer . If it's in Gem Uncirculated condition, it's worth a dollar or two.\n. \nIf it's been circulated, it's worth 5-10 cents.
Answer . the current currency in Brazil is called: Real It has being adopted there in 1992, so your 1970 coin has no longer value. Maybe an historical value, but you can buy nothing with it
More information is needed - for starters, what country is it from? Also, how worn is the coin? its from Mexico in mint condition -------------- A 1956 Fifty Centavo ("Cincuenta" is Spanish for "Fifty") coin from Mexico (KM#450) is a bronze coin weighing 14 grams and measuring 33mm in diame…ter. According to the 2010 Standard Catalog of World Coins, it is worth US$0.75 in Very Fine condition, US$1.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$3.75 in Uncirculated condition, and US$4.50 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. ( Full Answer )
What is the value of a 1918 gold Mexican veinte pesos coin with an eagle with a snake in its mouth on the back?
Responder No es raro, pero vale la pena alrededor de $ 300 para los poco menos de 1/2 onza de oro que contiene pure currency walks around $ 1,200 dollars in that I have seen. I have it with Chinese rolling slave gem of Mexican Numismatics walks between $ 4,000 and $ 6,000 dollars
Answer . These are often found in circulated condition in coin dealers' misc. foreign coin bins for 25 cents.
Answer \n. \nThese Japanese invasion currency coins were issued for use in the Philippines, and were quite plentiful.\n. \nIn circulated condition it's worth a dollar or two.
Mexican coinage lost enormous amounts of its value during the 1970s and 1980s due to hyperinflation. In 1992-93, the old coins were replaced with new ones in the ratio of 1000:1. That means 20 old centavos are worth 0.020 new centavos. With the current exchange rate of 1 new centavo = roughly US$…0.001, I'm afraid your coin has value only as a curiosity piece. ( Full Answer )
The value of a 1956 cincuenta centavos or 50 cent coin depends onits condition. The coin is valued between 75 c and 9 US dollars.
Depends on what kind of a set it is. Official mint set, mint proof set, or just 5 coins someone put in a holder? . An unopened (still in sealed official U.S. mint packing envelope) US mint silver proof set sold for $29.98 on Ebay on 10/14/2009.
The value of a 1904 half centavo coin varies by the coinscondition. As of 2014 this coin in mint condition is valued around22.00.
Brazilian Currency is the same since 1992 (it's called Real) And the Real cents coins there have the year wrote in it... but it doens't means anything, just that it was made that year... the value of a currency changes all the time, so a 1994 50 centavos has the same value as a 2008 50 centavos, b…ecause it's the same currency, the money. 1 dollar is about 1,65 Real as 50 centavos is half 1 real, you can easily calculate it alone. About 30 US Cents. ( Full Answer )
What is the denomination (10 centavos, etc)?\nCollector value of a coin depends on denomination, date, mint mark (if any), number minted and condition of a coin, including amount of wear, any dents, scratches or cleaning as well as collector demand for it. \nYou might also try a library for a copy o…f the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictures, values and lots more interesting info.\nBrad ( Full Answer )
The value of a 1959 cinco pesos coin depends on its condition. Thevalue is about 148 US dollars based on the spot price of gold as ofSeptember 13, 2014.
I have a 1939 M and its in ok shape and it runs around $3.50-$5.00. Depending on the shape it could run in up wards of $130-$150 if in uncirculated condition. So in general it is prob worth 3-5 bucks.
\nThere were 58 million of these bronze U.S. Philippines 1 centavo coins minted in San Francisco (S) that year. It may currently be worth about .10 with heavy wear to maybe .25 with light wear. \nYou might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictures, values and …lots more interesting info.\nBrad ( Full Answer )
The value of a 1928 Mexican centavos coin depends on thedenomination and condition of the coin. The typical value isbetween 6 and 65 US dollars.
The value of a 1916 Republic of Panama 2.5 centesimos coin dependson its condition. Such a coin is valued at between 2 and 100 USdollars.
Well it's acually 50 centavos peso not dollar and the Dominican Republic doesn't use those any more
With a mintage of 58 million, this coin is considered common by collectors. In circulated condition it's worth about 10 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about a dollar.
i do have a Canada british Columbia dollor1871- 1971 and will like to know the value
The price of the coin depends on its condition here a link to a website so you can get an idea of what the coin on average sells for. http://listado.mercadolibre.com.mx/un-centavo-1890-mo.-republica-mexicana
It is Worth Â£50 to Â£130 at the moment it is a good time to sell
A 1956 Fifty Centavo ("Cincuenta" is Spanish for "Fifty") coin from Mexico (KM#450) is a bronze coin weighing 14 grams and measuring 33mm in diameter. According to the 2010 Standard Catalog of World Coins, it is worth US$0.75 in Very Fine condition, US$1.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$3.75 in Un…circulated condition, and US$4.50 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. . ( Full Answer )
Assuming this is a bronze Mexican Centavo, this coin can range anywhere from 75 cents in rough condition to $100 in perfect uncirculated condition! If it's average-circulated, you're probably looking in more of the $3 to $6 range.
20 US cents in Extremely Fine condition, 40 US cents in Uncirculated condition, and 60 US cents in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
I'm from Argentina, and I don't think that a 50 centavos coin will worth much, they are still circulating here and the current trade value is. 50 centavos = 0.10 U.S Dollars
The value of a Brasil 10 centavo coin varies. The factors thatdetermine the worth of the coin is consistent with the coinscondition, and the year the coin was made.
The 1944 coins are valued in price between $5 and $10 each. Theprice of the coins will vary depending upon their condition.
Try finding the value of your centavos with iTaggit's new tool Value Range It. I searched it and found a value range of $0 to $8.. About iTaggit, iTaggit is a trusted, simple web-based management system for valuing members' household items and collectibles. The website enables users to easily value…, organize, catalog -- and even sell -- their stuff, ranging from second hand clothes and baby toys to fine art, family heirlooms... and everything in between! ( Full Answer )
nothing the currency was devalued as no longer the currency of Mexico and it was far to common a coin. It is a great keepsake enjoy it
Assuming that you are referring to a 20 Peso gold coin from Mexico dated 1959, it is most likely that you have a restrike (only 13,000 were produced in 1959, but over 1,000,000 - dated 1959 - were produced in the decade that followed). It would appear that it has little value over the gold value, wh…ich is about US$453 as of the end of July 2009 (the coin contains 0.4822 troy ounces of gold). If it is in uncirculated condition, you should see a coin dealer (preferably one who specializes in Mexican coins), as there may be a premium over the gold value. ( Full Answer )
The value of a 2000 5 dollar coin from the Republic of Liberia canbe worth as much as 16 dollars. The value of the coin is dependentupon the condition of the coin.
if the coin is 10 karat white gold the weight is worth about 285.00 but i dont know how much more u should ad for it being a babe ruth collector coin also.
Need to know if "sets" are Mint issue Proof or Uncirculated sets, please post new question.
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.
During the World War II Japanese Occupation of the Philippine Islands, the Japanese issued banknotes for the Philippines in the denominations of 1, 5, 10, and 50 Centavos, and 1, 5, 10, 100, and 1000 Pesos. These banknotes were valid only during the Occupation period. After the USA drove the Japanes…e out of the Philippines, their "Banana Money" as it was called, ceased to have any value other than numismatic value. Today, these banknotes are frequently sold in many coin shops and on the Internet. It is not uncommon for those in circulated condition to sell for such as 15 or 20 cents each, and for those in AU to UNC conditions to sell for about a Quarter to a Dollar each. After the war, various groups attempted to get Uncle Sam to redeem the Japanese Occupation money. Nothing ever came out of that effort. It is very difficult for many people in the USA to believe that most of the paper money ever printed in the World is now worthless, as every coin and banknote issued by the US Government is still redeemable. But the facts are that the USA is relatively unique in this. Most countries frequently recall the old and issue new at some time or another. Inflation creates worthless paper money, we've seen this in Germany, especially during the 1920s and 1930s, Greece, Turkey, Argentina, and many of the newly independent states of the old USSR also have gone through terrible inflation. Yugoslavia has been most harmed because of inflation since about 1991. ( Full Answer )
Brought mine to a coin shop today, clerk said he would give me 25cents for it.. Worth more as something cool to have.
The value of a 1940-M US-Philippines One Centavo copper coin in circulated Extremely Fine condition is US $30 to US $20 (Fine). If this is uncirculated, then it is from US $50 (Uncirculated Mint) to US $40 (About Uncirculated). Prices ranges from US $3 to US $5 in Good/Better to Very Good conditions…. Cheers! ( Full Answer )
All US Proof sets of 1964 and before have silver coins in them, the current value of a 1959 set is $28.00.
Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, and Portugal all made a 1957 10 Centavos coin, but only Mexico used the word Diez on the coin. A 1957 Mexican 10 Centavos coin is only worth $0.40US even if like new.
South Africa does not use the "dollar" - it used the "pond" prior to about 1900, the "pound" until 1960, and the "rand" since 1961.. You are probably asking about a Penny from South Africa (KM#46), The coin weighs 9.6000 grams, is made of bronze, and measures 30.8mm in diameter. The front bears an …image of Queen Elizabeth the Second and the words "ELIZABETH II REGINA" (Latin for "Elizabeth the Second, Queen"). The back bears an image of the a ship (the Dromedaris) on the ocean under full sail, with the date "1959" above, "SOUTH AFRICA" to the right, "SUID-AFRIKA" (Afrikaans for "South Africa") to the left, and "1 D" (abbreviated latin for "One Penny") below. 5,066,000 of these coins were produced for circulation in 1959, with another 900 minted in Proof for collectors. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.20 in Fine condition, US$0.35 in Very Fine condition, US$0.75 in Extremely Fine condition, US$2.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$7.00 in Proof.. ( Full Answer )
sammler.com, a major German collectibles site, lists the following approximate retail values as of 05/2011: "D" mint mark (MÃ¼nchen [Munich]): Slightly worn - US$28.40 Almost no wear - US$56.80 Uncirculated - US$213.00 "G" (Karlsruhe): Slightly worn - $49.70 Almost no wear - $8…5.20 Uncirculated - $284.00 "J" (Hamburg): Slightly worn - $28.40 Almost no wear - $56.80 Uncirculated - $213.00 These coins were struck in 62.5% silver alloy and weigh 11.2 gm so they contain a bit less than one-fourth of a troy ounce of pure metal. They circulated until 1974 when they were replaced by copper-nickel pieces. ( Full Answer )
8-2-11>>> The 1959 Lincoln Cent is still found in circulation, 99.9% of the coins are face value. A brilliant uncirculated coin is 10 cents.
There is no 1915 five centavos minted in the Philippines, so I donot know the value.
There were eight countries that issued a 20 centavos coin in 1920 ... Argentina Chile Colombia Cuba Mexico Peru Philippines Portugal so need to know which one - also condition.
No such coin exists. I have a United States of America 1945 centavvos Flipinas Coin.....Good condition if anyone interested....
1959 Bermuda Crown: On a purely Scrap silver basis at today's silver price (27/03/2013) its Â£15.89 (28.28g of .925 Ag). . The 1964 Bermuda Crown is Â£6.87 (22.62g of 50% silver). . Obviously collectors may pay much more for coins in good condition.
You need to provide a denomination, all you've done is tell us you've got a Swiss coin. The value depends dramatically on the denomination, along with the condition.
The U.S. minted centavos for occupied lands after the Spanish-American War and again for the Philippines during the American occupation during World War II. They no longer mint these coins because they do not occupy those areas today.
Such a coin does not exist. Please check the date and country oforigin of your coin.