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Canada 5 cents  1912 to 1919Canada 5 cents 1912 to 1919 Netherlands 50 Gulden - Golden Wedding Anniversary - Queen Mother and Prince Bernhard  1987Netherlands 50 Gulden - Golden Wedding Anniversary - Queen Mother and Prince Bernhard 1987
Cuba 2, 4, 5, 10, and 20 Pesos  1915 and 1916Cuba 2, 4, 5, 10, and 20 Pesos 1915 and 1916 US Trade Dollar (Counterfeit)  1870 and 1871US Trade Dollar (Counterfeit) 1870 and 1871
Venezuela 1 Venezolano  1876Venezuela 1 Venezolano 1876 France 5 Francs  1933 to 1952France 5 Francs 1933 to 1952
  

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Singapore 10 Cents (with Seahorse)  1967 to 1985

These small copper-nickel coins have a cool design with a seahorse. They are worth face value (10 cents in Singapore), but collectors often buy them for their collections for a US dollar or two. The 1975 date is a little more rare than other dates, so that one may bring $3 if in fully uncirculated condition.

Coin: 18321
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East Africa 1/2, 1, 5, and 10 Cents  1907 to 1964

It is hard to miss coins with holes at the center. This series of cents has got 'em!

Great Britain issued coinage for part of its empire in the eastern part of Africa from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. Coins marked East Africa circulated in areas where Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Somalia are today. The coins were minted in various metals, including copper-nickel, bronze (shown), and aluminum.

While a few *key dates* are present, most of the coins, including 1 cent, 5 cents, and 10 cents, are not worth very much unless they are in fully uncirculated condition. Taking them as a whole, the approximate catalog values for the *common date* coins are:

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Belgium 50 Francs (BELGIE)  1987 to 1993

This is a modern coin minted in nickel. Catalog values climb as high as $4 US dollars for a fully uncirculated specimen. Worn specimens are worth less than $1. These coins come with two different inscriptions: BELGIE and BELGIQUE.

Most of the time you see these coins they look far worse than our picture. The mint production quality control must have been lacking those years, as the wording BELGIE often looks like BELOIE. Likewise 1987 looks like 1907.
There is no country in the world named BELOIE. In any case, this is a low value coin. It is not made of silver.

Coin: 12645
Requested by: wornice, Wed, 03-Oct-2012 04:16:17 GMT

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Spain Colonial 1/2, 1, 2, 4, and 8 Escudos  1760 to 1817

Evaluating Spanish gold escudos is a complicated topic. On this page you will find a superficial treatment of the subject. If you have one of these coins, it is important to research it thoroughly.

History In the old days Spain colonized much of the Western world. Coins from Spain circulated in places like Mexico, Peru, Columbia, and Florida. CAROL IIII is King Charles IV of Spain, although the older coins have CAROLUS III and are generally worth more than the IIII coins. After Charles came King Ferdinand, and his name and likeness appears on later dates. AUSPICES DEO IN UTRO FELIX means (roughly) 'in the will of God we will happily prosper.' There are many coins with these inscriptions, but the important part is the denomination, 8S in Kristin's case.

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US Morgan Silver Dollar  1878 to 1921

Hello Bianca -- You have a silver dollar designed by a man named George Morgan, so collectors call coins like yours Morgan Dollars. They are highly prized collectibles.

Your 1901O specimen is a 'common date' coin like most of the dates and mint marks in this series. 1921 is the most common of the common dates, as there were hundreds of millions of the 1921 coins made. Coins with better dates, not common dates, are listed below. They are more valuable.

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Spain 5, 25, and 50 Pesetas  1957

The 1957 5, 25, and 50 pesetas coins from Spain are ones that can get collector juices flowing. The vast majority of these coins are very common, low-value pieces. These coins are made of copper-nickel and are worth only face value. A collector might pay a few US dollars to add a fully uncirculated specimen to his or her collection.

ALL COINS EXCEPT THOSE DESCRIBED BELOW:
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: less than $1

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France Indo China Piastre, 10, 20, 50 Cents  1885 to 1946

I don't know where Miss Liberty's tail came from, but it sure is hard to ignore! See below for more information on Liberty's tail.

French Indo China is Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia today. They issued several denominations of coin with the tailed Liberty design on the front of the coin and the specific denomination on the back. The 10 cents is the smallest, and the piastre is a large coin the size of a US silver dollar. All these coins are made of 90 percent (titre 0.900) silver, and some of the value comes from this precious metal:

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India 20 Paise with Lotus Flower  1968 to 1971

There are two Indian 20 paise coins with lotus blossoms during the period 1968 to 1971. The first pattern includes the blossom only, while the second pattern adds a radiant sun and bears the inscription FOOD FOR ALL. First pattern coins are made of nickel-brass, and second pattern coins are made of aluminum-bronze.
As modern coins made of non-precious metal, these coins are worth face value: 20 paise in India, or about 1/3 of 1 US cent. Collectors may spend a few dollars to add a nice looking specimen to their collections.

Coin: 18307
Requested by: Jineesh, Sat, 22-Nov-2014 14:09:54 GMT

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