'Sol de Oro' means, roughly, 'Dollar of Gold.' But not quite. At first Peru's Sol de Oro coins were made out of silver. But in 1943 they changed to brass. Your 1951 Dollar of Gold is made out of brass and not worth very much.
In worn condition these coins are worth less than $1 US dollar. As condition improves, the value goes up to a few dollars and hits about $15 for a fully uncirculated coin.
, Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Catlady, Mon, 15-Feb-2010 00:40:40 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sat, 07-Dec-2013 02:11:48 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Sat, 07-Dec-2013 02:11:48 GMT
Requester description: Sol De oOo UN Pagara Al Port A Dor El Banco Central De Reserva Del Peru 1951 (one side). Shield with lama, tree and sea horse with circle on top and leaves on each side (flip side)
Tags: peru 1 sol sols oro wreath shield circle coat arms coats crests insignia crest creast circled encircle crrcle cirle circlet ring circles circlr circal encircled ringed circumscibed cirlce circel encircling rings circling cirlces circular cicurling circumscribed llama tree palm palms pine oak cornucopia de ooo un pagara al port dor el lel bank banco banque central centrale reserva del one ones lama ocean mare mari sea horse leaf leafs leaves leave leaved leafed leafy leavs flip
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