The Panamanian balboa trades at par with the U.S. dollar. Assuming your 1/4-balboa coin is from general circulation, it's thus worth 25 cents. For further clarification, the Balboa is equivalent to $1.00 (USD). The coin was minted in either Denver or San Francisco
It's a 1/4 balboa coin from Panama. The balboa is Panama's equivalent of a dollar and in fact the exchange rate is fixed at 1 to 1, so your coin is worth 25¢.
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.
Assuming it's a circulation piece, the balboa trades at par with the U.S. dollar, so a quarter-balboa piece is worth 25 cents.
the value of 1947 vn-cvarto-balboa coin
25 cents This is a quarter-Balboa from Panama. (Their main unit of currency is the Balboa, like the dollar is in the USA, Canada, and various other countries.) For further clarification, the Balboa is equivalent to $1.00 (USD). The coin was minted in either Denver or San Francisco
Not who, but WHAT. It's a quarter of a Balboa, the unit of currency in Panama. Assuming it has a recent date its value is linked to the US dollar so it's worth 25 cents.
The coin is worth 25 cents.
America's money is worth more than foreign money, so most foreign money is not worth anything to us, this coin for instance is only worth 25 cents here and a dollar there
Well, if u have one of these, it could be worth up to $4,500
i have a 1993 de- panma coin how much is it value
AnswerI believe they're worth the same as a quarter since they've been in circulation.MoreCorrect. Assuming it's made of copper-nickel, it's a common Panamanian coin. The Balboa is permanently linked 1-1 to the US dollar.
i think it has the value of $.25-$1.00
Republic de panama
Panama uses both the Balboa (PAB) and the US dollar (USD) as legal currency with the value of the Balboa fixed at one PAB equaling one USD.
Assuming this is a circulation issue coin from Panama, the balboa trades at par with the U.S. dollar so your quarter-balboa coin is worth 25 cents. Note that the "v" is a stylized use of Roman orthography, which did not have the separate letter "U" and used V as both a vowel and consonant. A number of older U.S. coins also have the same usage.
It has a current value of approximately $150
Panama's currency is linked 1-for-1 to the U.S. dollar. A 1/4 balboa coin is worth the same as a U.S. quarter.
The value of a 2008 Panama Un Cuarto De Balboa varies greatly depending on its condition with an uncirculated coin being much more valuable. Generally, this coin has very little value, although that can change over the years.
It would depend on the year and condition of the coin (which is a One Centesimo coin from Panama).
panamanian dollars The currency unit of Panama is the balboa, named for the Spanish explorer. The balboa is linked to the U.S. dollar on currency markets so that one balboa has the same exchange value as one dollar.
Currency in Panama is called 'balboas.' One balboa is worth 100 centesimos, pronounced cent-decimals. Centesimos means hundredths. The balboa coins were first minted in June of 1904. Panamanian money exists in the form of coins only and no bills are in circulation, although there were a few made. The US dollar and the balboa have the same value in Panama and can be used interchangeably, with no exchange restrictions.
These coins can be sold for around $185-$230 USD.
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 the date below. The reverse (back) has a portrait of an armored conquistador and the words "VN CVARTO DE BALBOA" ("One-Quarter of a Balboa" in Spanish) above. 1,500,000 such coins were produced in 1975. Note that the "v" is a stylized use of Roman orthography, which did not have the separate letter "U" and used V as both a vowel and consonant. A number of older U.S. coins also have the same usage. From a foreign exchange standpoint, the balboa trades at par with the U.S. dollar so your quarter-balboa coin is worth 25 US cents. From a numismatic standpoint, acording to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example is worth US$0.35 in Very Fine condition, US$0.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$3.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$7.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Panama's currency is called the Balboa. Its value is linked to the US dollar so at all times the exchange rate is 1 US dollar = 1 Panamanian Balboa.