I have a Queen Victoria 1889 Halfpenny...what's this worth?

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Coinsandstuff, May 29, 2005.

  1. Coinsandstuff

    Coinsandstuff New Member

    I have a Queen Victoria 1889 Halfpenny...what's this worth? (Pictures now up)

    I have a Queen Victoria 1889 Halfpenny right here and i'm wondering what it's value is. It is quite faded, but I can make it out to be this exact coin.
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  3. Coinsandstuff

    Coinsandstuff New Member

    Now with pics:

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  4. bohica

    bohica Senior Member

    7,748,000 were minted in bronze. In the grade of FINE this coins lists for only $1 retail in my Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins. Your coin grades ABOUT GOOD at best.
  5. Coinsandstuff

    Coinsandstuff New Member

  6. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator


    Well for one thing the coin in the auction is an overdate - that means it's a different variety than your coin. But the primary reason is just what you said - the condition. It is the condition of a coin that establishes its value more than anything else.

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