What is the value of a 1944 British gold coin?
The British did not mint any gold coins during 1940's. They were probably a little preoccupied with the war and deeply in debt to the USA having borrowed heavily to pay for the war effort.
No. The British gold Guinea coin was a coin with a value of 21 Shillings and was 24mm in diameter. The Guinea was last issued in 1813 and was effectively replaced by the Sovereign. The British 22 carat gold Sovereign coin is a coin with a face value of One Pound (or 20 Shillings) and is 22.05mm in diameter. The modern Sovereign was first issued in 1817.
A British 1953 22 carat gold Five Pound coin (Elizabeth II), is so rare they do not even ascribe a value to it. In the extremely unlikely event that you have one, possibly because you ingeniously devised a way to steal it from the British Museum undetected, invite a disreputable coin dealer to your place for a valuation and a cup of tea.
What is the value of an 1893 british gold coin with the inscription Victoria dei with 25 mm in diameter?
No coin that I know of really matches the specifications you have listed. There is the British Sovereign coin, which is gold and was struck in 1893 but only has a diameter of 22.05 MM. There is also the "double sovereign" but that has a diameter of 28.40 MM. So, without knowing exactly what your coin is, its very hard to estimate a value of it. But somewhere from $300-$800 depending on what your coin…
A British 1987 gold Britannia Proof 4 coin set (£100, £50, £25, £10) could fetch up to £1,500 GBP. A British 1987 gold Britannia Proof 2 coins (£25, £10) could fetch up to £325 GBP. A British 1987 gold Sovereign Proof 3 coin set (£2, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign) could fetch up to £900 GBP. It should be noted that the value of any "coin set" is dependant on it being in its original packaging and…
A Proof coin is one that has been struck on specially prepared and polished dies and then the coin, after striking, is often hand polished to a mirror like finish. This type of coin is intended for serious collectors and investors and, not for circulation. A Sovereign is a British coin made from gold with a nominal value of One Pound GBP. A gold Proof FDC Sovereign would be valued at a minimum of £100…
This commemorative coin has what is known as a 'scrap' value. Like its British counterpart, the £25 Britannia, it contains 1/4 Troy Ounce of Gold. Gold as at 20th September 2010 was £815 an ounce. It therefore has a value of £204.00. The price of gold can rise as well as fall of course and this needs to be remembered.
Depends on what the coin is made out of. The coin has absolutely no collector value because it wasn't made by the US Mint. Any value comes from the material the coin was made out of. If the coin was gold plated, it would be worth a couple cents at most. If the coin was solid gold, it would be worth the value of the gold, but no more.
The first ever British Five Pound coin was issued in 1820 as a gold Proof FDC coin. The first general circulation British Five Pound coin was issued in 1887 as a gold coin. The first ever British decimal Five Pound coin was issued in 1980 as a gold Proof FDC coin. The first general circulation British decimal Five Pound (Crown) coin was issued in 1990 as a cupro-nickel coin.