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Dominican Republic 1, 5, 10, 25 Centavos, and Half and 1 Peso 1937 to 1975

 Date: 1942 
 Mint mark: not apparent 
 Size: small 
 Description from requester: Front inscription: 10 Centavos 2 1/2 Gramos excellent lettering 1942 under head excellent lettering Head Band: can easily read LIBER can make out TAO Back inscription: Dios Patria Libertao Republica Dominicana All of back artwork very detailed excellent condition 
 [Request 5732 received from Marshall Wolowicz, Monday, 04-Oct-2010] 
 [Updated by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Tuesday, 14-Aug-2012] 

Dominican Republic 1, 5, 10, 25 Centavos, and Half and 1 Peso 1937 to 1975 | half 5 peso 10 dominican 1 25 republic liberty patria libertad dios queen indian coat woman nickel shield ribbon tao This beautiful pattern was used on many of the Dominican Republic's coins over an extended period of time, from 1937 to 1975. The 1 centavo pieces were minted in bronze, and some of the half (medio) peso and peso were minted in silver. Most of the issues are in copper-nickel.

Most of these coins are low value. Even low-value coins that are in superb shape, like the on in our photo, will command a few US dollars in collector value, because coin collectors are always on the look-out for fully uncirculated, eye-appealing specimens.

1 (UN) CENTAVO
-- all are low value, less than $1 US dollar

5 CENTAVOS
-- all low value except:
1937 is worth $5 in well preserved condition
1939 is worth $60 in well preserved condition
1944 is minted in silver (0.056 troy ounces) and is worth about $10 in well preserved condition

10 CENTAVOS
-- all low value except:
1937 is worth $5 in well preserved condition
1939 is worth $40 in well preserved condition
1940 to 1961 are minted in silver (0.072 troy ounces) and are worth $5 in well preserved condition

25 CENTAVOS
-- all low value except:
1937 is worth $15 in well preserved condition
1939 is worth $50 in well preserved condition
1940 to 1961 are minted in silver (0.181 troy ounces) and are worth $8 in well preserved condition
1963 is minted in silver (0.131 troy ounces) and is worth $5 in well preserved condition

1/2 (MEDIO) PESO
-- all low value except:
1937 is worth $15 in well preserved condition
1944 is worth $40 in well preserved condition
1947 to 1961 are minted in silver (0.362 troy ounces) and are worth $12 in well preserved condition
1963 is minted in silver (0.261 troy ounces) and is worth $5 in well preserved condition

1 (UN) PESOS
1939 is minted in silver (0.773 troy ounces) and is worth $200 in well preserved condition
1952 is minted in silver (0.773 troy ounces) and is worth $25 in well preserved condition
1963 is minted in silver (0.558 troy ounces) and is worth $20 in well preserved condition

Tags: half 5 peso 10 dominican 1 25 republic liberty patria libertad dios queen indian coat woman nickel shield ribbon tao 2 libertao head liber band republicas repcblique reipvblicae replucique republik halves repubblica repub centavo republique replublica repbulique repvblique repvblica republka repbublic rupublica halfe republika repvbblica republiek dominicana rebublique reublico pesos republica republiove preso liberdad lybertad liberie liberity shiled nichol female shileld ribbons queens womans crests nickle shied arms leaf nickels crest insignia women sash ladies chevrons creast sheild ladys femal nikel feminine queem shields shelid females coats womens ashield indians lady princess nichel lsdy escucheon ribon empress shild headed heads letter oneheaded gram centavow centavos centaos centanos leafed leaves leavs leave leaved leafs leafy gramm gramos leters lettering letters lettered grams detail

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