Compare the coin in our primary picture, upper left, to the one in our secondary picture, lower right. The primary coin would sell to a collector for about $8 US dollars. The secondary coin might bring $2.
The primary coin has mint luster, a frosty, creamy appearance that appears on coins immediately after minting. Microscopic metal flow lines radiating outward from the center of the coin cause the lustrous effect. With just a little handling, the microscopic lines vanish and the value of the coin plummets.
worn: face value, one dollar in Fiji
average circulated: face value
well preserved: face value
fully uncirculated, with full mint luster: $10 US dollars approximate catalog value
, Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: suresh patel, Thu, 09-Jun-2016 03:12:04 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Fri, 10-Jun-2016 02:10:55 GMT
Requester description: 1969 fiji commemorative dollar 1969 decimal currency
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