South American Coins

Collecting coins of South America as a hobby. Please include as many of these criteria as possible in your question to ensure an accurate evaluation of a coin: the denomination, the country of origin, the year of minting and the condition.

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South American Coins

How much value does a 2001 vn-cvarto de-balboa coin have?

i think it has the value of $.25-$1.00

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How much is an 1875 quarter worth?

Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1875 Liberty Seated quarter is a common coin. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Most coins show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $20.00-$30.00, better grade are $35.00-$65.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $100.00-$225.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer

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How much is a 1983 vn decimo de balboa coin worth?

1983

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What is a 1947 una peseta francisco franco coin worth?

5 dollars

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1963 one cent worth?

The coin is just a common Lincoln cent, spend it.

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Birds
South American Coins

What is a Quetzal?

A Quetzal is a bird most famous for being on the flag of Guatemala, as well as being that country's national bird, and the name for their currency.

Quetzals are a member of the Trogon family, and are about 12 in/30 cm long, with the long tail coverts being about 24 in/60 cm long. Males are an iridescent green on their backs and long banner feathers, with red bellies and white tail feathers, as well as having a crest on top of their heads. Females are lacking the head crest and long banner feathers on the tail, and their white tail feathers are thinly barred with black. Their feathers are also a duller color of the same green and red.

Quetzals are seasonally monogamous. When nesting, they share the task of incubating the eggs and nestlings, as well as bringing food. Nests are made in the trunks of dead trees, and are carved out by the pair beforehand, though they will also use older nests if they are still suitable. Eggs are a light turquoise blue, and are generally laid in pairs. There can be two broodings per season. Incubation lasts about 17-18 days. Fledglings leave the nest at about 25-30 days.

Adult Quetzals eat mainly fruits, typically of the avocado family, but occasionally supplement that with insects, small lizards and frogs. After eating the fruits, they regurgitate the pits. The nestlings are brought insects, larvae, and small lizards at first, but fruits are added into their diet later as they get closer to leaving the nest.

The dinosaur Quetzalacoatlus was named after a quetzal. The bird was named after an Aztec god. The aztecs value their feathers. Quetzals are a beautiful sight, why not search them up on google images?

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Madero 500 1988 coin worth?

How much is a 1988 madero 500 worth

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Mexican Coins

How much is a 20 dollar coin worth?

$950 - 1200

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Value of John F. Kennedy 1917 to 1963 half dollar coin?

It's not a Mint product. Someone took a normal half dollar and stamped JFK's birth and death dates onto it.

Normally an alteration like this would reduce the coin's value, but the good news is that Kennedy halves are common enough in circulated condition that they're only worth their metal value (1964-70) or face value of 50 cents (1971-present)

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What is diez mil intis?

"Diez Mil Intis" is Spanish for Ten Thousand Intis. The Inti was the currency of Peru between 1985 and 1991. It replaced the "sol" at a rate of 1,000 sol = 1 inti. It in turn was replaced by the nuevo sol ("new sol") at a rate of 1,000,000 intis = 1 nuevo sol. The 10,000 intis bill was produced in 1988 and has a portrait of the Peruvian poet César Vallejo on the front. It is no longer exchangable into dollars (or even into nuevo sol), but the theoretical face value (based on the exchange rate of the nuevo sol as of April 2009) is about a third of a US cent. Its value to a collector would depend on its condition.

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How much is a banco central de reserva del Peru worth - it is a 1985 500 quinientos intis?

It's worth less than a dollar.

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How much is 4000 pesos in us dollars?

300 us dollars

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What is the value of a 1848 US Indian Head penny?

Please check again and post a new question. The first Indian Head cents were struck in 1859.

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What is a vn-cvarto-de balboa?

It is a quarter of a Balboa, the unit of currency in Panama.

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How much is the 1982 vn-cvarto-de-balboa?

i got a 1993 cvarto.de.balboa,how much is it worth

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Do 3 silver winged dimes dated 1941 1943 and 1944 have any real value?

== == The WWII years were high production years for U.S. coins. Just about anything from these years -- pennies, nickels, dimes, etc. -- are considered common (to collectors). However, your dimes are made out of silver, so they will always have a value for the silver they contain. As of 10/2008 that value is about 90 cents apiece.

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How many colombian pesos equal a US Dollar?

someone put the wrong answer tryin to be smart. but its a round about 2,226 peso that equal 1 US dollar

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How much is a 1978 peso worth?

Most often "Peso" refers to Mexican currency. However Mexico is not the only country that uses pesos. Some other countries that use pesos are: Argentina, Chile, Cuba, and Uruguay. Ask another question and include the following information: date, country of origin, and the denomination. For example "What is the value of a 1978 Mexican peso" or "What is the value of a 1978 Cuban peso". If your coins is from a different country or denomination just include the correct information.

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Value of 1846 Liberty Seated Dollar no mint mark.?

If very worn, retail might be around $200. If only moderately worn, it could retail for double that amount.

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What is a republica peruana lima 9 decimos fino yb worth?

It is a fine genuine coin which actually I haven't seen these in years. If it was

In mint condition experts say it is around 15000$

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South American Coins

How does your pulse beat?

When the heart beats it causes blood to flow through the blood vessels which causes them to expand. This expansion can be felt by touching the vessels that are close to the skin.

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How much is a 1897 silver dollar worth coin?

I have over 9 of these coins, and i think that they are about 99-150$ each 1897 is not a rare year for dollars. As of 10/2008 an 1897 dollar in average condition with no mint mark, or a small "S" on the back above the "DO" in DOLLAR, is worth between $16 and $22 retail. If it has a small O on the the range is $17 to $30. However if the coin is in nearly new or uncirculated condition, the upper end of the range can be quite a bit higher - in the $50 neighborhood for a plain or "S" mint mark, and as much as $700 for an "O" mint mark

Note that these are normally called Morgan dollars in honor of their designer, George T. Morgan.

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What is the value of a 1876 Spanish peseta coin?

In circulated condition, it's worth about $5.00

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What is the value of a gold 1901 five piece coin?

I assume you mean a 5 dollar piece. It should have a picture of Miss Liberty on one side, and eagle on the other, and be about the diameter of a nickel but heavier. The value of many gold coins is now determined as much by their metal content as their numismatic worth. Circulated 1901 $5 pieces retail from about $150 if worn, up to $200+ in Extremely Fine condition (effecitvely no detectable wear). A 1901 Half Eagle 5$ gold piece (no mint mark or S mint mark) in very fine condition is worth $140.00, in uncirculated condition is worth $200.00, Proof is worth $8,500.00. There is also some 1901S half eagles that were struck with the 1 over 0, and these are worth more.

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What is the value of a 1956 Cincuenta centavos?

More information is needed - for starters, what country is it from? Also, how worn is the coin?

its from Mexico in mint condition

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A 1956 Fifty Centavo ("Cincuenta" is Spanish for "Fifty") coin from Mexico (KM#450) is a bronze coin weighing 14 grams and measuring 33mm in diameter. According to the 2010 Standard Catalog of World Coins, it is worth US$0.75 in Very Fine condition, US$1.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$3.75 in Uncirculated condition, and US$4.50 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

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