Nice coin! These Italian coins were minted during the period between the two World Wars, featuring Vittorio Emanuele III on the obverse, and a huge ear of grain on the reverse.
These coins are generally low in value when circulated, but in uncirculated condition they can become quite collectible, as outlined in the approximate catalog values provided below.
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: less than $1
well preserved: $3
almost uncirculated: $6
fully uncirculated: $15
Now, there are three *better dates* in this coin series.
- For coins dated 1936, multiply the above values by 3; for fully uncirculated coins, just multiply the values by 2.
- Coins dated 1919 catalog for $8 in average circulated, $25 in well preserved, and $100 in fully uncirculated condition.
- Coins dated 1937 catalog for $50 in average circulated, $100 in well preserved, and $225 in fully uncirculated condition.
Remember to read the 'Important Terminology' page on the top left to properly interpret the catalog values provided on this page. Also, these values only apply to problem-free coins that have not been cleaned, scratched or gouged.