Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by James.R, Aug 2, 2020.
So what do you think they are worth??
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Sorry for the bad news on the Ike’s. The VAST majority of circulated clad coinage is worth very little over FV unless graded MS65 or above.
although Ike’s are a pretty neat facet of american coinage history, their value is rather low for circulated examples.
HOWEVER, there are a number of errors and other varieties that make a $1 Ike into a $10 or $100 one. I’m no expert in those though, but it is a possibility, albeit a slim one
damage any coins that are close by.
I agree with this 100%. As a coin fueled kid, the release of the Ike dollars fueled my fires. I have quite a few of them just because they were so interesting to me as a kid. Perhaps one day they will get the respect they deserve. But for now, yeah face value or maybe a slight intrinsic added value is about all.
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How old are the lira? If they’re more than a few years old it’s highly unlikely they are still valid.
“A new series of banknotes, the "E-9 Emission Group" entered circulation on 1 January 2009, with the E-8 group ceasing to be valid after 31 December 2009 (although still redeemable at branches of the Central Bank until 31 December 2019). The E-9 banknotes refer to the currency as "Turkish lira" rather than "new Turkish lira" and include a new 200-Turkish-lira denomination.”
basically if they’re dated before 2009, I believe you would unfortunately be out of luck.
remember that many European, and other, countries tend to devalue their banknotes relatively frequently.
I believe that the US is the country that has the oldest legal paper money in the world; most of the rest of the planet’s countries have gone through at least one devaluation and reissue in the last 100 years
I crimp mine, because they tend to damage me more times than not.
I don’t believe you can trade in any of the obsolete bills past their expiration date. Similar to if you had a bunch of Francs, far as I know one is completely out of luck. Sorry
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