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Solace92

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#1 8 years ago

I have a lot of foreign, out of print, old, rare, and unique currency, and I'm considering trading some or all of it in. For some of the coins I have more than one, if so I may list the same coin multiple times (one time for each one I have), I apologize for this. Could someone give me the value of the follow coins and bills in present day United States Dollars? Thank you in advance.

1986 Ottawa Canada Two Dollars (paper) 1973 Ottawa Canada One Dollar (paper) 1976 United States Two Dollars (paper) Will Rogers Centennial (coin in a case) 1979 United States Half-Dollar (coin) 1989 Canada One Cent (coin) Wonder Money token (coin) Family Amusement Center Til't token (coin) 1994 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) Fun-N-Games token (coin) 1994 Mexico Two Dollars (coin) 1967 Republic of Colombia One-Cent (coin) 1971 Canada Twenty-Five Cents 1981 Turks and Caicos Islands Half Crown (coin) President Casino on the Admiral token (coin) 1972 Canada One Cent (coin) (unknown year) United States Buffalo Nickel Five Cents (coin) 1992 Cayman Islands Ten Dollar/Cents/Pounds/??? (coin) 1980 Canada Five Cents (coin) President Casino on the Admiral Five Cents token (coin) 1981 Turks and Caicos Islands Quarter Crown (coin) 1999 Bermuda Ten Cents (coin) 1980 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1995 Camp Snoopy token (coin) 1986 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1949 People's Republic of Poland one Grosz (coin) 1980 Barbados Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1996 Cayman Islands Five Dollars/Cents/Pounds/??? (coin) 1976 United States Two Dollars (paper) 1965 Mexico Cinco Centavos (coin) 1985 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1984 Canada Five Cents (coin) Wonder Money token (coin) 1979 United States Silver Dollar (coin) 1971 Mexico Un Peso (coin) 1976 Canada One Cent (coin) 1978 Netherlands Ten Cents (coin) 1980 Canada One Cent (coin) 1988 Canada One Cent (coin) 1993 Canada One Cent (coin) 1971 Netherlands Two-Hundred-And-Twelve G (coin) 1985 Costa Rica Twenty Colones (coin) Showbiz Pizza Place token (coin) 1999 Mexico Five Dollars (coin) 1978 Netherlands One G (coin) 1968 Netherlands One G (coin) Wehrenberg Theatres token (coin) The Alton Belle Casino Twenty-Five Cents token (coin) 1975 Canada One Cent (coin) 1963 France Twenty Centimes (coin) 1972 Netherlands One G (coin) President Casino on the Admiral Twenty-Five Cents token (coin) 1976 United States Half-Dollar (coin) 1987 Mexico One-Hundred Dollars (gold coin) 1993 Mexico Five Dollars (coin) 1978 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) Showbiz Pizza Place token (coin) 1958 United States One Cent (coin) Ultimate Fun World token (coin) Six Flags St. Louis flattened penny (flattened coin) 1955 Portugal X Centavos (coin) 1994 Canada One Cent (coin) 1979 Luxembourg One F (coin) 1994 Mexico One Dollar (coin) 1999 Bermuda Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1999 Connecticut United States Quarter Dollar (coin) 1980 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1988 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1962 France Twenty Centime (coin) 1995 Canada One Cent (coin) 1979 Canada Ten Cents (coin) Wehrenberg Theatres token (coin) 1968 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1972 France Twenty Centimes (coin) 1978 France One Franc (coin) 1983 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1975 Spain Five Ptas (coin) 1958 Mexico Cinco Centavos (coin) The Alton Belle Casino Twenty-Five Cents token (coin) 1956 United States One Cent (coin) 1975 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1986 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1974 France Twenty Centimes (coin) 1975 Netherlands Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1987 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1981 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1976 Belgium One Fr (coin) 1983 Canada One Cent (coin) 1973 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1996 Cayman Islands Twenty-Five Dollars/Cents/Pounds/??? (coin) 1986 Canada One Cent (coin) 1987 Canada Gold Dollar (gold coin) The Alton Belle Casino Twenty-Five Cents token (coin) 1976 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1991 Belize One Dollar (decagonal gold coin) Six Flags Log Ride token (octagonal coin) The Alton Belle Casino Twenty-Five Cents token (coin) 2000 Bermuda Five Cents (coin) 1955 Austria Ten Groschen (coin) Showbiz Pizza Place token (coin) 1974 United States Half-Dollar (coin) 1973 Netherlands Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1969 Canada One Cent (coin) A strange bronze coin that says "no cash value" (coin) 1974 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1981 Canada Five Cents (coin) Showbiz Pizza Place token (coin) 1978 Netherlands Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1974 United States Half-Dollar (coin) 1992 Costa Rica Ten Colones (coin) Wonder Money token (coin) 1978 New Zealand Ten Dollars/Cents/Pounds/??? (coin) 1977 France Twenty Centimes (coin) 1957 Netherlands Ten Cents (coin) 1982 Canada Twenty-Five Cents (coin) 1942 Canada One Cent (coin) 1984 Canada One Cent (coin) 1908 German Empire Five Pfennig (coin) 1985 Costa Rica Five Colones (coin) 1978 Netherlands Ten Cents (coin) 1975 Austria Ten Groschen (coin) 1995 Italy coin of some sorts (gold coin) 1984 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1995 Mexico One Dollar (coin) 1973 Belgium One Fr (coin) 1968 Bahama Islands Ten Cents (strange shaped coin) 1978 Italy L.Fifty (coin) 1977 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1987 West Germany One Pfennig (coin) 1979 United States Silver Dollar (coin) 1982 West Germany One Pfennig (cion) 1987 Canada One Cent (coin) 1976 United States Drummer Quarter-Dollar (coin) 1994 Canada One Cent (coin) 2000 United States Gold Dollar (gold coin) 1984 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1985 Canada Five Cents (coin) 1994 United States Half-Dollar (coin) 1997 Mexico Diez Pesos (coin) 1996 Cayman Islands Twenty Five Dollars/Cents/Pounds/??? (coin) 1969 Mexico Cinco Centavos (coin) 1997 Russian Federation One *Russian word* (coin) 1994 Mexico One Dollar (coin) Wehrenberg Theatres token (coin) 1988 Canada Ten Cents (coin) 1979 Canada One Cent (coin) 1991 Costa Rica One Colon (coin) 1951 Belgium One Fr (coin) 1974 Canada One Cent (coin) 1970 Hungary Five Filler (coin) 1992 United Kingdom Ten Pence (coin) A collection of coins in a case titled "Last Coins of the Soviet Union" containing 9 different 1979 Soviet coins




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#2 8 years ago

Most of that is worth what it says on the change, but a few things are actually worth a couple dollars in silver.




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#3 8 years ago

[COLOR=orange]It also depends on the condition of the coins. If they are worn, they are not worth as much as an uncirculated coin. With American coins, the location of where it was minted is also a factor in its value.[/COLOR]


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#4 8 years ago

Most of those coins are commonly exchanged currency still, even the ones that have been replaced by the euro, and unless they are in mint condition sealed, I don't think they actually have a worth other then whats stamped on them.

But that's not saying you don't have a nice coin collection, just hold on to them.




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#5 8 years ago

Hold on to those, they'll probably be worth more than face value by the time your grandchildren get them. They're under 100 years old, so unless it's a currency of a country that doesn't exist anymore (and didn't print much money), they're going to be worth about as much as is stated on their faces.




Solace92

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#6 8 years ago

They are mostly in good condition.




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#7 8 years ago

I wonder why you're asking for coin prices on a Gaming Forum. It'd be better to ask an appraiser, no?




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#8 8 years ago
eezstreet;5407346I wonder why you're asking for coin prices on a Gaming Forum. It'd be better to ask an appraiser, no?

This is General Discussion. It's one of the more popular forums here, and does not focus on games. Although it'd be better to ask an appraiser, appraisers take time and (maybe) money, and if you doubt that it's valuable, then you probably don't want to spend that time and money.




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#9 8 years ago
Crazy Wolf;5407405This is General Discussion. It's one of the more popular forums here, and does not focus on games. Although it'd be better to ask an appraiser, appraisers take time and (maybe) money, and if you doubt that it's valuable, then you probably don't want to spend that time and money.

My point was that it's probably better to ask around at some place where you have a good chance of finding what you want. It'd probably be a better idea to find some coin-collecting community of some sort online, to find out the value, or better yet, get an appraiser. An online gaming community however, is not a sure bet of finding the information you need. :)




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#10 8 years ago
eezstreet;5407523My point was that it's probably better to ask around at some place where you have a good chance of finding what you want. It'd probably be a better idea to find some coin-collecting community of some sort online, to find out the value, or better yet, get an appraiser. An online gaming community however, is not a sure bet of finding the information you need. :)

Or just take them down to the exchange and see what they actually say:)




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