These coins from old Serbia were minted in copper-nickel, except the 2 pare which has the same pattern but is minted in bronze. They all have the famous double-headed eagle on the reverse side, a reminder of their roots in the Byzantine Empire. As Granda points out, the inscription is in Cyrillic letters.
Values of these coins do not depend heavily on date, although the older dates are a smidge more valuable than the later dates. There are also a few *good dates* called out below. Here is a compilation of approximate catalog value.
Hello Bianca -- You have a silver dollar designed by a man named George Morgan, so collectors call coins like yours Morgan Dollars. They are highly prized collectibles.
Your 1901O specimen is a 'common date' coin like most of the dates and mint marks in this series. 1921 is the most common of the common dates, as there were hundreds of millions of the 1921 coins made. Coins with better dates, not common dates, are listed below. They are more valuable.
The History Channel is a US television network that broadcasts programs about, well, history. The History Channel has in recent times taken to distribute different medals to its members, with different patterns, of different metals, and commemorating different important historical occasions, such as the US civil war, or the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima. Two such medals appear on this page: a bronze medal in our main picture (upper left) and a base metal medal in our secondary picture (lower right). The value of all medals is about the same, regardless of pattern, metallic composition, and commemoration.
These silver coins were minted in silver by the British for use in India from 1862 to 1901. Some title Victoria as 'Queen' others as 'Empress.' The catalogs quote unastounding values for these coins. Most you see are heavily worn.
COMMON DATE 1878:
average circulated: $2
well preserved: $5
fully uncirculated: $10
The above values are for coins with no mint mark. If a mint mark is present on a 1878 coin, use the values below.
These are nice silver coins from Albania. The pattern is the same on both 1 and 2 denomination coins, but the 2 franga ari is larger than the 1 frang ar, and, of course, the denomination is spelled out specifically on each.
1 FRANG AR: 0.134 troy ounces silver
2 FRANGA ARI: 0.268 troy ounces silver
These coins are quite rare. Only a few were minted and not many survive. The 1937 date is worth a tad more than the 1935 date. The listing below shows approximate catalog values for the 1935 dated coins.
Chile used the obelisk and volcano pattern on both peso and reales silver coins between 1817 and 1834. The denomination is inside the wreath over the volcano. Our main picture (upper left) show a real, and the secondary picture (lower right) shows a peso. All these coins are quite valuable. The catalog values below are very approximate, and desirable coins can easily exceed these values.
worn: $80 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $450
This beautiful coin was minted only in 1886AD, 1293AH by the Islamic calendar, Murad V, and regnal year 12. The coin contains 0.2391 troy ounces of gold, so it can never be worth less than its gold value.
worn: gold value
average circulated: $400
well preserved: $500
fully uncirculated: $600
The coin in our picture is a very nice example. It was sold by Baldwin's in London for 340 British pounds (about $530 US dollars) during a 2014 auction.
Napoleon's 1, 2, and 5 franc silver coins all have the same pattern shown here, but the size, of course, is different from denomination to denomination. In general these are valuable coins, with catalog values as follows:
1 FRANC, 22 mm diameter, 0.134 troy ounces silver
worn (like our picture): $10 US dollars catalog value
average circulated: $20
well preserved: $45
fully uncirculated: $150
2 FRANCS, 26 mm diameter, 0.268 troy ounces silver