Sweden 10, 25 and 50 Ore (Silver) 1909 to 1942
Swedish 10, 25, and 50 ore coins were minted in silver from 1909 to 1942. About halfway between these dates, in 1920, the same coins with similar patterns were minted in nickel-bronze. Of course the coins minted from precious metal are more valuable than those minted in non-precious metal.
To see an appraisal page for the nickel 10, 25, and 50 ores, click on this link.
For the silver coins 1909 to 1942, here are the catalog statistics for coins in well preserved condition, like our picture. Worn coins will be worth far less. If you can find a fully uncirculated example, multiply the value below by three.
10 ORE (well preserved condition)
1910 to 1917: $10
1918 to 1933: $4
after 1933: $2
1910 to 1929: $15
after 1929: $4
1911 to 1927: $40
1928 to 1937: $20
after 1937: $10
These are all catalog values. Use our Important Terminology page (link at upper left) to properly interpret these values.
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