Please post a new question with the issuing country. The U.S. didn't print any bills dated 1937.
The 1977 Canadian Silver Jubilee one-dollar coin is worth about $14. The value varies based on the market and the coin's condition.
It's called a "Shinplasters" Look at below the Date 1870 on the left side if you see "A" or "B" or "Plain"(Plain means nothing there.)
"A"(1870) Good $150. VG $375. F $600. VF $1000. UNC $5000. Printed 2 millions
"B"(1871) Good $15. VG $50. F $85. VF $220. UNC $3,250. Printed 2 millions
"Plain"(1890s) Good $12. VG $30. F $50. VF $165. UNC $1,600. Printed 300,000
Signatures Left W. Dickinson Right T.D. Harington
The first U.S. dollars were struck in 1794. Early dollars can be worth anywhere from several hundred to many thousands.
HOWEVER, there are many, many counterfeits and copies on the market. Some are legitimate reproductions and are usually labelled with the small word "COPY" somewhere in the design. Others though are pure and simple fakes. You'd need to have someone appraise your coin in person to be sure.
There are multiple varieties of this coin with values ranging from face (1 cent) to several thousand dollars. The chances of having one of the valuable ones are pretty slim, but if you want to check it out you can compare your coin to pictures in a book such as the Krause Guide to World Coins.
No such coin exists. Edward died 1910 and the last nickel with his image was minted the same year.
The 1914 coin had King George V. The 1914 coin varies in price from about $1.75 too a couple hundred, all depending on condition.
There is no silver in the Canadian half dollar dated after 1967. If you have older coins (lucky you), the content is as follows:
1870 - 1919 92.5% silver 7.5% copper
1920 - 1967 80% silver 20% copper
The average value is around 11.42 and up to 1300 for certain coins that were uncirculated. Most of the value of this coin is due to the silver content.
It depends which Dinar you mean. There are many different Dinars used by different countries. A List is below:
Currency; ISO code; Country using currency
Algerian dinar; DZD; Algeria
Bahraini dinar; BHD; Bahrain
Iraqi dinar; IQD; Iraq
Jordanian dinar; JOD; Jordan
Kuwaiti dinar; KWD; Kuwait
Libyan dinar; LYD; Libya
Serbian dinar; RSD; Serbia
Tunisian dinar; TND; Tunisia
Exchange rates change every day so any specific answer posted here would be out of date almost immediately. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in this case.
Look up the code for whichever Dinar you actually want. Then go to Google and type in: XXX 100 = USD
Replacing XXX with the code for the type of Dinar you want, for example: DZD 100 = USD
It's too new and too common to have any collector value, so it's only worth the current exchange rate.
Exchange rates change almost every day so any conversion factor posted here will be out of date very quickly. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best option in this case. For the latest rates you can check sites such as www.xe.com or CNNMoney.
5 dollars worth of nickels is 100 coins. The weight of one US nickel is 5.0 grams so 100 would weigh 500 gm, or half a kilo. The weight of one Canadian nickel is 3.95 gm so 100 would weigh 395 gm.
Not gold, but brass and nickel. It's a common circulation coin worth face value only. Canada got rid of its $1 bills back in the late 1980s and has used their version of "golden dollars" ever since.
FWIW, ALL coins from England and the Commonwealth have the Queen's picture on them so that doesn't really help to ID a specific coin.
Between $1.50 and $9.30. In the future, please include the condition of the coin so I can value it more precisely for you.
The US never minted half pennies, but Britain did. The US made half cents from 1793 to 1857. Please check which one you have and see the Related Questions below for more information.
I HAVE ONE ALSO AND IT HAS THE INITIALS KG ON THE RIGHT SIDE. Type your answer here...
The exact value of a 1957 Canadian dime is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Most important fact being, the condition of the coin.
well i think it would be just 40 dollar's!
All 1980 Canadian cents were struck in bronze. If you suspect you have an off-metal strike made on a nickel blank please test it with a magnet first; if it's made of pure nickel the coin will stick. If it is, you should have your coin evaluated to see if it was struck on a blank intended for another denomination. Otherwise, it's probably nothing more than an ordinary cent that's been discolored in some way.
If you found it in change, it's worth 5 cents on both sides of the border.
1901 Victoria dei gralla Regina.what's it worth?
As of August 2013, a Canadian 1934 cent is worth around $2.50 in very good condition. The Canadian 1934 cent can also be purchased online at eBay as well.
i have a a canadian penny from the 1970 with a pig on it
Canada hasn't issued a penny with a pig on it. Canadian pennies have the Queen on one side and maple leafs on the reverse. You likely got a Bermuda penny in your change.
They generally simply get spent as US coins. If the coins are pure nickel or plated steel (like most modern Canadian coins are) they will get trapped on magnets when ran through a coin sorter and then either exchanged for the equivalent value in US dollars by the bank/sorting company or given to employees/customers who are going to Canada. But the coins that aren't magnetic are simply spent like US coins as they have the same diameter and roughly the same purchasing power.
The value of a Silver Maple Leaf varies depending on multiple factors, including year, mintage and condition. Check out the Silver Maple Leaf page at APMEX.com for more about the coin itself and to gauge pricing.
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