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Russia 1, 5, 10, and 50 Kopeks  1997 to DateRussia 1, 5, 10, and 50 Kopeks 1997 to Date Barbados 5 Cents  1973Barbados 5 Cents 1973
Germany (Bavaria) Thaler  1753 to 1768Germany (Bavaria) Thaler 1753 to 1768 Mexico 8 Reales  1824 to 1897Mexico 8 Reales 1824 to 1897
Medal: US American Legion School Award  1922 to DateMedal: US American Legion School Award 1922 to Date US Liberty Head V Nickel  1883 to 1913US Liberty Head V Nickel 1883 to 1913
  

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Medal: US Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Crew Emblem

Each and every space mission has a 'crew emblem' which commemorates the mission, the astronauts, and, in some cases, the space vehicles and mission goals. Space crew emblems are produced as embroidery, printed images, and coins, and these are sold to tourists as collectibles. They are very popular and quite common. A space crew emblem coin may fetch one or two US dollars when sold at auction on eBay or other auction site. If you tried to sell your coin to a dealer, he or she would probably offer less than $1 US dollar.

Coin: 18714
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Ceylon Sri Lanka 1/4, 1/2, 1, and 5 Cents  1870 to 1945

Check the date, Kelli. If your coin has King George VI, it can't be dated 1957. British colonies like Ceylon (Sri Lanka today) always carry the likeness of the reigning British monarch on the front. Copper coins from Ceylon with 1/4, 1/2, and 1 cent denominations date back to Queen Victoria. Then, whenever the monarch changed, so did the coinage. The common tie of all these coins is the reverse side, which has a circled palm tree design.

This page applies to copper coins with the palm tree. Some coins and some dates use other designs and metals (silver and gold), and this page does not apply to them.

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Malta 1 Cent  1972 to 1982

Republic of Malta is a Southern European island country comprising an archipelago of seven islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta was a british colony until 1964 and become a republic in 1974. This coin displays the George Cross, offered by King George VI to award the bravery of the Maltese people in World War II.

These modern coins are worth face value. When circulated, these coins are worth very little, much less than $1 US dollar. Only coins that are fully uncirculated carry significant collector value, as follows:

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Bolivia 10 Centavos  1893 to 1936

This coin, like your other coins, Serene, is worth only a small amount. The catalogs say $5 US dollars for an average circulated specimen, rising to a few 10s of US dollars in well-preserved condition.

The 1901 version of this coin carries a good deal more value than other dates, pushing into the $100 range for well-preserved coins.

We thank eBay dealer pokemon-coins for use of their picture. The pokemon coin is pretty special. You rarely see these coins looking as nice as this one. The eye appeal, as collectors call it, is way up on this coin. Even though it is well worn, the eye appeal brings up its value.

Coin: 1068
Requested by: serene, Fri, 21-Aug-2009 20:53:11 GMT

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Ireland 3 Pence  1928 to 1968

The Celtic harp has been on Irish coinage for centuries, but, from 1928 on, a strong animal theme has become prevalent. The three penny, or three pence, or 3d denomination has a rabbit. Other denominations have other animals: birds, dogs, pigs, horses, bulls, and even fish.

The 3d coins are made of nickel and most carry low value. Coins in excellent condition, like the one in our picture, command a few US dollars for collectors who want to add nice looking specimens to their collections. Coins dated before 1939 carry the legend SAORSTAT EIREANN (Irish Free State) and are more valuable.

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New Zealand 1 Dollar (Kiwi Bird)  1990 to Date

Modern coins are worth face value. According to xe.com, one New Zealand dollar is worth about 75 US cents. If it were made of gold, that would be a different story. But it's made of aluminum-bronze, so face value is all you can claim.
Collectors will pay a tad more than face value for coins that are in really nice condition, like the one in our picture. Figure $2 to $3 US dollars for an uncirculated specimen.

Coin: 18710
Requested by: tt, Fri, 23-Jan-2015 22:09:06 GMT

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Spain Spanish Colonial 1/2, 1, 2, 4, and 8 Reales (Carolus III and IIII)  1772 to 1808

These coins are known as Spanish (Hispan) colonial coinage because they circulated freely in the many New World colonies of Spain. You can find essentially the same coins in Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru. The coins from Mexico carry the distinctive Mo or oM mint mark -- a small 'o' set over a large 'M'. Coins from Chile bear an So or oS mint mark for Santiago, Chile. There are many other mint marks, as explained below.

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Great Britain Charles I Crown Fake (Counterfeit)

This is another replica of a very valuable coin, the Charles I crown. The replica is worthless.
For details of the real coin, plus pictures of several other fakes, click to this CoinQuest page [Click Here].

Coin: 15891
Requested by: Emad Shalaby, Fri, 08-Nov-2013 17:15:11 GMT

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