South Africa 2 Cents (Wildebeast)  1965 to 1982
South Africa 2 Cents (Wildebeast) 1965 to 1982

It looks like a horse, but it's really a wildebeast on this copper South African coin. The reverse stays the same over the years (the wildebeast), but the 'heads' side changes:

1965-1969: Jan van Riebeeck
1968: Charles Swart
1970-1990: Coat of Arms
1976: Jacobus Foouche
1979: Nicolaas Diederichs
1982: Balthazar Vorster

All these coins are modern and are made out of non-precious metal. As such, they are worth face value (2 cents in South Africa). If you can find a fully uncirculated specimen, a collector might pay a few US dollars to add it to his or her collection.

Coin: 18209 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Emalitza, Sat, 01-Nov-2014 23:26:57 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sun, 02-Nov-2014 22:43:36 GMT
Requester description: 1966 On the front is a bucking horse with a mountain in the background. On the back is a man. Side profile, european? Shoulder length wavy hair. 2c Front: 2c
Back: SUID-AFRICA 1966
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I have 4 of them how much do they worth when selling? - Limpho
As noted above, these coins are worth 2 cents in South Africa if circulated, and perhaps one or two US dollars to a collector when absolutely, fully uncirculated. This is true for all dates and varieties, since they are very modern and were struck in the millions. - CoinQuest (Chris)

I have 4 2cents of 1965 and 1 of 1967 and 3 of 1976 and 3 of 1979 and 1 of 1982, how much are they worth when sellng? - Theo
It depends on their condition - Paul's assessment (as stated above) remains true. - CoinQuest (Todd)




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