Foreign Coins my father accumulated during WWII.

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Jim Dale, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Member

    I have about 20 coins from 1920 to 1988. The latest coins are from Canada that I accumulated as change. I have a 1809, one penny coin from Admiral Gardner wreck of 1809. I'm sure my father paid more than it was worth, but I like it. A 1943 1 Shilling coin from Australia, a 1 Cent and a 10 Cent Centennial (1867-1967) coins from Canada, a 1941, 1 Bronze Penny from New Zealand, a 1917 1 penny, 1922 Half penny, and a 1938 3 Pence, from Great Britain, (also a 1954 6 pence and a 1962 3 pence) also from Great Britain, a 1944 Half Rupee and 1943 1 Anna from India, and finally a coin I was told that was from Korea, a 100 Won (I was told the date was in Korean). I don't know the worth, but I would like a good source to give me information on them.
    This my first post and I hope I didn't break any rules. Thanks.
     
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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    This is a website I really like to search for coins - https://en.numista.com/catalogue/index.php?r=&p=1&x=22&y=13
    Click on Advanced Search and fill in whatever info you have on any coin you have.
     
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  4. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    Welcome to CT. Later if you want to we would like to see detailed photos of both sides of each coin.
     
  5. sonlarson

    sonlarson World Silver Collector

    If the 100 Won does not have a date then it is most likely a South Korean 100 Hwan. It should have the number 4292 which would be 1959. Value would depend on condition. Range from $2-$45. Photos always help.
     
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