Australia 20 Cents 1966 to Date
These modern coins are worth face value. The design with a duckbill platypus makes them interesting. When circulated, these coins are worth very little, usually less than $1 US dollar. Only coins that are fully uncirculated carry significant value.
Coin: 1815 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Katie80, Sat, 07-Nov-2009 16:28:00 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sun, 02-Jun-2013 10:36:55 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Mon, 18-Apr-2016 20:31:10 GMT
Requester description: 1867 Elizabeth II Australia 1967 20 with a picture of a platapus
Tags: australia 20 cents cent austrla australium australian austalia peny pennys pennies penny elizabeth platapus platypus elizabith elizabth elisabetha elizabeths elisabeth eliabeth elisabet elizabet elizebeth elizabeh elizibeth lizabeth duckbill crown tiara sea ocean lake wave waves crowned crwon crpwn crowns tiarra crowning tiera oceanic oceania oceanie waving waive wavy wavey
If got a 20 cent elizabeth 1981 is it worth someting - Hannes
We have updated our page to make it more understandable. Since your coin does not appear in the list above, it is worth $2 US dollars if it is fully uncirculated. If it shows any wear from circulation, it is worth less than $1 US dollar. - CoinQuest (Paul)
I have a few 1967 coins that have been in circulation what's their worth? Also a 1966 20c been circulated - Steve
Circulated coins are worth about one-eighth of uncirculated coins. - CoinQuest (Paul)
i have a 20 cents 1966 coin where can i sell this? - Joeliv Waker
Circulated coins are worth about one-eighth of uncirculated coins. - CoinQuest (Andrei)
i have a 1980 in really good shape what is it worth - michael
Hey Michael, the values are listed in the article. - CoinQuest (Todd)
I have over 100 Australian' different years and amount on currency.Some look as they just lost a lil color, but in very good condition. Others are still in good condition but can tell difference.Is there a place i can sell these coins? - J.M.
If you'd like to sell them online, eBay or another online market is a good place to start. If you have valuable coins a dealer or auction house might be interested in them as well. Your local coin shop (if you have one) can help you determine what you've got and whether there's value involved. We can help you here on CoinQuest with values, but our system is set up to appraise one coin at a time. If you'd like to do this, CLICK HERE to get started.
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