Italy 50 Lire  1954 to 1995
Italy 50 Lire 1954 to 1995

Just about all the coins in this series are worth very little, well less than $1 US dollar. They are made of stainless steel. There are a few early dates, however, that pick up some value, especially in high grades. Here is a listing of approximate catalog values for the better date coins.

ITALY 50 LIRE 1954 TO 1964
worn: $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $3
well preserved: $12
fully uncirculated: $40
coins dated after 1964 are worth small amounts
coins dated 1958 and 1960 are more rare and are worth about twice the values above

Use the Terminology page to convert these catalog values to actual values

Coin: 8299 , Genre: Central Europe North South
Requested by: amanda, Thu, 28-Jul-2011 02:04:06 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sun, 05-May-2013 20:13:42 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Sun, 14-Aug-2016 21:06:39 GMT
Requester description: 1969 The coin is silver and has a lady on the front with a wreath on her head. It says Italians repvbblica with really small words under the woman head. It has a man holding an anvil on the back. It has a very tiny r on the lower side underneath the l.50
Tags: italy 50 lire itialy italiana italians intaly italian ditalia italiane italia itali silver lady woman front wreath head repvbblica republic man an anvil lower siliver sliver argent silber silverish slver silb empress lsdy femal women female feminine womans girls females womens ladys princess girl ladies greenery wreathed rief reif reef wreathe wreat garland wreth wreah wreaths repub repbulique republik repcblique repuika republ republicas republicia reipvblicae repubblica reublico republiove republiek repvbliqve republica republique rupublica republika replucique rebublique repvblica replublica republicans republka repvblique repbublic boy male mann boys mans hammer anvin worker mallet working mallot hammers mallets hammered sledgehammer


I have it.
where can I change it and get Tanzania shillings? - Komba
Some banks will exchange local currency for foreign currency, although many banks charge a fee to do this. - CoinQuest (Todd)




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