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By: Duje
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Coins of the World
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17 days ago
Post: 2575
Turkey
Questions: Value? Genuine? Condition?

 
By: Ash Bash
Web reference:
1. [coinquest.com]
17 days ago
Post: 2576
They look pretty geniune to me, but im not certain, Arabic coins arent my thing.
These are a pair of 1876 Kurush coins from Turkey.

However due to the loop being soldered on, it damages the coin.
It is now either worth its scrap gold value if real, or jewellery value plus the gold.

Hopefully someone else will know more.
 
By: Duje
17 days ago
Post: 2578
Its real 100%. But i didnt realise because of the loop it becomes worthless :O
If it wasnt for the loop how much would it be worth ?
 
By: Rojîyar
17 days ago
Post: 2581
You're wrong Ash Bash
They're not 1876
The one on left is 1903 and the other 1906
 
By: Duje
17 days ago
Post: 2582
And what is the worth of them please ?
 
By: Paul
16 days ago
Post: 2595
The damage eliminates all collector value because collectors won't buy coins that have been damaged by solder, scratches, gouges, cleanings, and the like.

The page supplied by Ash provides the gold content of your coins. Take that gold content in troy ounces and multiply by $1316 US dollars per troy ounce, the current price of gold. The result will be the value of your coins.
 
By: Duje
16 days ago
Post: 2597
But the coin itself is perfect condition. The only thing is it has a loop on the top. Does the loop really bring down the value so much?
And what would be the original price if there was no loop?
 
By: Paul
Web reference:
1. [coinquest.com]
16 days ago
Post: 2605
For the information you seek, click on the [coinquest.com] link under Web Reference to the left.

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