Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Stefanie Gentle, Jan 14, 2021.
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99.99% are normal run of the mill junk foreign coins. Some are interesting but none are worth a whole lot.
Yes, I noticed the Cuban 5 centavo myself. Hers' is a couple of years older than mine. Very nice assorted grab bag to start a book with.
Yes, I will tomorrow night when I’m back at home. Thanks for your interest!!!
Yes, I will do that tomorrow night when I’m back at home. Thanks for your interest!!!
What is the privy mark? Are you saying that it could possibly be worth a lot???
Yes, I will tomorrow night when I get back home.
Civil War??? Wouldn’t that be pretty valuable???
I’m confused. (???)
Not really. Most civil war tokens sell for $15 to $30 in circulated condition. I would say this token would fall into that category.
The war token is worth about $40
I doubt it in that condition. I'd say about $25.
Yes...I saw both of those. I believe the Cuba coin is silver too.
Nope. Those are CuNi
@Stefanie Gentle ...Numista is a good place to id foreign coins, but NGC has one too. Go to ngccoin.com and from the homepage select “Resources”, then “Price guides”. Learn how to use the World Price Guide search engine to find all of your coins, it’s easy. Just put in the country, date and denomination and it auto populates. Compare and select your coin. You will need to know some rudimentary grading knowledge to get in the right ballpark regarding value. For some that you have, you will have to learn a country’s numbering system.
You are in for a lot of fun, let us know if you find some more interesting ones. Yes, many that you have are very common but many others that have potential, and this is not only how you find out what you have, but you learn a ton in the process.
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