Spain 500 Pesetas 1987 to 1994
These are modern coins minted in aluminum-bronze (sadly not gold!). The obverse has Juan Carlos I and Sofia of spain, and the reverse is decorated with the neat Spanish coat of arms, with the pillars of Hercules flanking the crowned shield.
These coins all command low value unless if in absolutely uncirculated condition, where they catalog for about $10 US Dollars.
The 500 Pesetas coins dated 1989 are more common in high grades, and only catalog for $5 in fully uncirculated condition.
These values are approximate and only apply to coins free of problems like corrosion, scratches, spots or stains. Be sure to read the 'Important Terminology' page on the top left in under to interpret what 'catalog value' means.
, Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Scott ireton, Sat, 25-Jul-2009 13:19:30 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Wed, 17-Apr-2013 10:44:40 GMT
Reviewed by Chris. Appraisal updated., Wed, 17-Apr-2013 10:44:40 GMT
Requester description: They are a man and woman looking in the same direction with words going round them in spanish saying 1989 juan carlosiy Sofia that's one side the other is a big symbol of some kind (looks royal and looks rather detailed) it says 500 pesetas at bottom of all this it says the country espana. It is heavy and it has symbols going round the thickness of the coin.
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