Q: Where is sentimo coins coins from?

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A 50 sentimo is 50/100ths of a Philippine peso (PHP). At the current exchange rate of approximately 47PHP = $1 this makes a 50 sentimo coin is valued at ~1.064 US cents. This is the approximate current value not to be confused with its melt value which is figured by the coins composition. I do not have that information.

Hard to say if we don't know what country it is from, but most likely it is something that could easily be found in a dealer's "junk box" at 5 for $1.

The yellow coins are worth 1, the red coins are worth 2, and the blue coins are worth 3.

Peas.Seed Name - Price to sow - Time - Exp Given - selling price - Profit per Patch* - Coins Per Hour**Strawberry - 10 Coins - 4 Hours - 1Exp - 35 - 10 Coins - 2.5 Coins/HourEggplant - 25 Coins - 2 Days - 2Exp - 88 - 48 Coins - 1.3 Coins/HourWheat - 35 Coins - 3 Days - 2Exp - 115 - 65 Coins - 0.94 Coins/HourSoybeans - 15 Coins - 1 Day - 2Exp - 63 - 33 Coins - 1.434 Coins/HourSquash - 40 Coins - 2 Days - 2Exp - 121 - 66 Coins - 1.434 Coins/HourPumpkins - 30 Coins - 8 hours - 1Exp - 68 - 23 Coins - 2.875 Coins/HourArtichokes - 70 Coins - 4 Days - 2Exp - 204 - 119 Coins - 1.29 Coins/HourRice - 45 Coins - 12 Hours - 1Exp - 96 - 36 Coins - 3 Coins/HourRaspberries - 20 Coins - 2 Hours - 0Exp - 46 - 11 Coins - 5.5 Coins/HourCotton - 75 Coins - 3 Days - 2Exp - 207 - 117 Coins - 1.695 Coins/HourYellow Bell - 75 Coins - 2 Days - 2Exp - 198 - 108 Coins - 2.34 Coins/HourPeppers - 70 Coins - 1 Day - 2Exp - 162 - 77 Coins - 3.34 Coins/HourAloe Vera - 50 Coins - 6 Hours - 1Exp - 85 - 20 Coins - 3.3 Coins/HourPineapples - 95 Coins- 2 Days - 2Exp - 242 - 132 Coins - 2.86 Coins/HourBlueberries - 50 Coins - 4 Hours - 1Exp - 91 - 26 Coins - 6.5 Coins/HourWatermelons - 130 Coins - 4 days - 2Exp - 348 - 203 Coins - 2.2 Coins/HourGrapes - 85 Coins - 1 Day - 2Exp - 270 - 170 Coins - 7.39 Coins/HourTomato - 100 Coins - 8 Hours - 1Exp - 173 - 58 Coins - 7.25 Coins/HourPotatoes - 135 Coins - 3 Days - 2Exp - 345 - 195 Coins - 2.82 Coins/HourCarrots - 110 Coins - 12 Hours - 1Exp - 200 - 75 Coins - 6.25 Coins/HourCoffee - 120 Coins - 16 Hours - 1Exp - 243 - 108 Coins - 6.75 Coins/HourCorn - 150 Coins - 3 Days - 2Exp - 380 - 215 Coins - 2.98 Coins/HourSunflowers - 135 Coins - 1 Day - 2Exp - 315 - 165 Coins - 7.17 Coins/HourCabbage - 140 Coins - 2 Days - 2Exp - 388 - 233 Coins - 5.06 Coins/HourBlackberries - 75 Coins - 4 Hours - 1Exp - 117 - 27 Coins - 6.75 Coins/HourGreen Tea - 105 Coins - 10 Hours - 1Exp - 191 - 71 Coins - 7.1 Coins/hourRed Wheat - 180 Coins - 3 Days - 2Exp - 449 - 254 Coins - 3.68 Coins/HourSugar Cane - 165 - 8 Hours - 1Exp - 239 - 59 Coins - 7.375 Coins/HourPeas - 190 - 1 Days - 3Exp - 381 - 176 Coins - 7.652 Coins/HourYellow Melon - 205 - 4 Days - 2Exp - 528 - 308 Coins - 3.347 Coins/HourOnions- 170 - 12 Hours - 1Exp - 268 - 83 Coins - 6.91 Coins/HourBroccoli - 200 Coins - 2 Days - 4Exp - 473 - 258 Coins - 5.608 Coins/HourAsparagus - 220 - 16 Hours - 2Exp - 357 - 122 Coins - 7.625My minor edit is this: While peas are definitely the most profitable crop to grow based upon coins earned per hour, the question is also highly dependent upon how much attention you want to pay to the game.If you want to harvest/plant/plow twice a day, grapes offer the opportunity to make 340 coins in a 24 hour period, as opposed to 176 coins in a 24 hour period.So how much time you're willing to dedicate/waste influences which crops are the most worthwhile.But figuring out the coins-per-hour return, and accounting for plowing/planting costs? Whoever gave this original answer was bang-on awesome.

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Simple answer: All coins are graded by the same scale. Circulated coins by how much wear the coin has. Uncirculated coins by how well the coins are struck.