valore di 1c moneta sud-africana del 1961
A common coin average value 3 cents, an up to a dollar in uncirculated.
Common coin found in dealers' misc. foreign bins for about 20 cents.
1C = 28
it can be 1c or 2c and it's in Australian coin
According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, US$0.15 in Very Fine condition, US$0.40 in Extremely Fine condition, US$1.50 in Uncirculated condition and US$0.75 in Proof.
It's a novelty piece made by a private company. They take regular coins and plate them, then stamp an image, date, message, or whatever, and sell them for a couple of bucks.However, numismatically speaking the coin is considered to have been altered and damaged, so it would have no extra value beyond 1c to a coin collector.
1c unless its a mint error. If you think the coin is an error, check with your local coin dealer
It is not possible to make 25 cents from 14 coins (US currency) There are only 1, 5, 10 and 25 cent coins Test: 14 x 1c = 14c, insufficient value 13 x 1c (=13) + 1 x 5c (=5) totals 18c, still not enough 12 x 1c (=12) + 2 x 5c (=10) totals 22c, still not enough. 11 x 1c (=11) + 3 x 5c (=15) totals 26c. Too much! If you use a 10c coin, you have to make the balance of 15c with 13 coins! Not possible! Of course, if you have 14 coins, which includes 10 x 1c (=10), and 3 x 5c (=15), you will easily make a total of exactly 25c, but only if you don't include the 14th coin!
Depends on the country, what 1c stamp it is and the condition of the stamp.
1c is warmer than 1f because 1c is 33.8 degrees in Fahrenheit
Indeed. 74 cents can be made with the following set of 7 coins: 50c 10c 10c 1c 1c 1c 1c
Unused it is still valid for 1 cent worth of postage.
Sixteen. 1C = 8fl oz. Each fl oz is 2 tbsp, so 1C = 16 tbsp.
hi, i hope this will answer your question clearly you will needFill the bowl with water.2 Put 1 spoon sodium hydroxide or lye in it (depending on the amount of coins you want to make gold-colored, you can put more).3 Add 1/3 of a spoon of zinc in it.4 Place the 1c , 10c or nickel(s) in it.5 Boil the solution until the coin(s) turn silver-colored.6 Get the silver-colored coin out of the bowl.7 Remove the bowl from the oven.8 Put the coin in a fire/ blow torch for 20 seconds each side and it will turn gold
1C in 1.8 times as large a change.
(c-4) x (c+3)
In Brain Age 2 , the top left coin is 25c , the top right one is 10c, the bottom left one is 5c and the bottom right one (black coin) is 1c.