Spain 1, 2.50, and 5 Pesetas 1946 to 1975
These are neat collectible coins, SilverSpoon. They are made from aluminum bronze, so when they are uncirculated, or nearly so, they have a sporty gold-colored look. The 1 and 2.50 pesetas coins look alike, but the latter are slightly bigger and heavier, and read '2.50' instead of 'UNA'. The 5 pesetas reads 'cinco pesetas.'
Coin: 8801 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: silverspoon, Thu, 22-Sep-2011 09:40:08 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Tue, 03-Dec-2013 02:48:45 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Wed, 31-Aug-2016 01:33:10 GMT
Requester description: 1963 Francisco Franco Caudillo De Espaņa Por La G. De Dios written in the obverse side with a head in the middle, one peseta written on the back with a certain symbol
Tags: spain 1 2 50 5 pesetas peseta espana spainish hispanarvim hispan espanas hispanarvm hispaniarum hispanirvm spanich hispanarium hispana espania espa spanish hisp espanola hispa spai hispaniarvm ptas pesata francisco francis franco caudillo por dios god head one symbol fransiscvs franciaet francisvs franziskus franciscvs franciscus franciae francos gods goddess deus deum dei deity godess devm deo dom divine ones symbles symbal simbol symbels symbols simble shield waves wave arms sheild coats shiled crests chevrons shild escucheon insignia arm coat crested crest chevron creast shields escutcheon waving waive wavy wavey column pillar ribbon eagle hawk falcon piller pillars columns upright eaglets egals egal eagles eagel
1947 una pesata coin with '19' in first star and other star is blank. The coin is in otherwise non-worn condition. Is this unusual to have a blank star. - a
All these coins are supposed to be struck with a date, but it sounds like you have found a coin that was struck through die grease on the very spot where these two numerals of the date would be. Since the star is a raised part of the coin, it's a sunken part of the die, and one can easily imagine how the grease of freshly lubricated machinery can collect in that little star-shaped crevice. If my guess is correct, the value of your coins is probably around $5 to $10 if sold to the right collector. The tough part will be finding somebody who collects modern Spanish error coins! - CoinQuest (Chris)
thanks for your answer. that's good to know. - adam
I found a coin that says 1966 for the issue date but in the stars it says 1974. Is this worth anthing? - naval
You have a low-value coin that was issued in 1974. This page gives an overview for all dates. 1974 is a common date. - CoinQuest (Andrei)
Hi I found old una presta coin 1947 issued in 1956,but it's in bad condition but also I can see the both dates.Does it worth something?Thanks.
It's a better coin, so it still has value. It's hard to say how much it's worth without seeing the coin - but yes, it is still worth something. - CoinQuest (Todd)
I got two 1 pesetas, one 1966 and 1969 and the other 1975 and 1978. How much are they worth?
Please read the page. - CoinQuest (Paul)
I have a 1963 with a 19 in the first star and second is absent anything. What does this mean?
See Chris' response to the first comment on this article. - CoinQuest (Todd)
I found a Peseta coin 1963 issued in 1974, How much does it worth
Could it be 1966, perhaps? If you'd like us to have a look at it, CLICK HERE or use the 'Contact' button to start an email exchange. - CoinQuest (Todd)