Tuesday, August 30, 2005

2 Dimes, 2 Halves, 1 Time

Do you have a pocket find and want to find out its value? Leave a comment and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

I found these four coins when I got some change back today, I had to ask for the half dollars. There were 12 halves in the register I could only take two because I did have enough money to buy them all.
The dimes are 1943 and 2005P, I choose to show the 2005P because it was the first of this year that I found.
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The halves are 1971D and 2002P.
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Here's that stats for each coin pictured....
Type: Winged Liberty Head or "Mercury" Dime
Year: 1943
Mintage: 191,710,000
Metal: 90% silver 10% copper
Value: F-12 $2.66

Type: Roosevelt (Clad) Dime
Year: 2005P
Mintage: 1,412,000,000
Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel(Outer Layers), 100% copper(Inner Core)
Value: MS-65 $0.75

Type: Kennedy (Clad) Half
Year: 1971D
Mintage: 302,097,424
Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel
Value: MS-63 $1.25

Type: Kennedy (Clad) Half
Year: 2002P
Mintage: 3,100,000
Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel
Value: MS-65 $2.00
According to the Red Book the 2002 halves were not released for circulation, yet I still found one in my change.

Do you have a pocket find and want to find out its value? Leave a comment and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

136 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

I have a very unusual foreign coin that I am unable to locate a value on. It is a 10 cent coin from 1944.
It says "Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden" on the side with the woman's portrait. I found a coin similar to this side but the back side of my coin doesn't match anything I can find plus the size of the dime is much smaller than the average size. The other side has a wreath type design covering the entire face with "10 cents 1944" in the middle of it. Any info and/or direction is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.

Man said...

Ten Cents / Netherlands
It is silver .0288oz ASW
There are 3 mintmarks
1944-P =$0.25 in Fine
1944-D =$1,100.00 in Fine(Rare)
1944-S =$0.75 in Fine

Here's a nice one on eBay
LINK

Anonymous said...

I received three twenty dollar bills from the ATM machine, and all were totally blank on one side. Are they worth anything, other than $20 each?

Thanks! Sallyjane

Man said...

Yes, in Extremely Fine condition they are worth $450.00 each, higher if crisp and new.

Very nice find. Congrats.

Gilles said...

I have a bracelet of 10 dimes with the words "Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden". 1 is from 1938, 1 is from 1939, and the other 8 are from 1944. would this be worth anything? If you could give me any information it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Man said...

10 dimes "Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden".

These are from the Netherlands.
1938 is $0.35 in fine
1939 is $0.35 in fine
1944 is $0.50 in fine but certain dimes that are 1944D are rare.

All together that is $4.70 not much but they probably look nice on the bracelet.

Anonymous said...

I have a coin bracelet that is made up of Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coins. 1 1937 10 cent,1 1941 10 cent, 4 1944 10 cent, 3 1944 25 cent. Can you estimate any value?

Man said...

Netherlands coins in fine shape.
1937 10 cent about $0.35
1941 10 cent about $0.35
1944 10 cent about $0.35 depending on the mintmark.

1944 25 cent about $0.85

They are all silver and will go up in value every time the price of silver goes up.
In total $5.05 but there are varieties of the 1944 10 cents that are very rare.

Linda Koso said...

I have 1986 half dollar with the Statue of Liberty on one side Suffolk County Seal of New York 76 Silver one oz.United States of America Constitution 1787-1987 1 oz. silver The Race to the North Pole 1909 Silver 1994 Stanley Cup Champions New York Rangers Mothers Day 1874 One Oz Piece Can you help with value?

Man said...

1986 half dollar with the Statue of Liberty on one side
About $6.75 .

Suffolk County Seal of New York 76 Silver one oz.
Not a coin but a private medal about $14.00.

United States of America Constitution 1787-1987 1 oz. silver
About $14.00.

The Race to the North Pole 1909 Silver
Not a coin but a private medal from the Franklin Mint from 1976 about $6.75.


1994 Stanley Cup Champions New York Rangers
About $14.00.

Mothers Day 1874 One Oz Piece
I know of a 1974 Mother's Day silver round which was made for the silver it is considered a medal about $20.00 because of low mintage.

Most of these if I'm correct are medal made in the mid-1970s because of a silver craze. All of them have values that are just the current silver price. So many silver coins were made during this period that few are worth extra.

Anonymous said...

hello, I have an 1842 quarter dollar from the USA. It's a "seated liberty". I'm obviously fairly certain that it is a large date (I wish it were a small date) but I'm wondering the aprox. value of it?
Thanks in advance....

Man said...

1842 quarter dollar from the USA...large date

Yes if it was a proof it would be a small date.
In fine it is about $160.00 I did see one last week on eBay that looked VF sold for $180 so the market is currently unstable.

Either way great coin.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your response....

One last thing, I just noticed that the images are flipped. To try to explain....if I turn the coin around from side to side, the eagle is upside down from how the lady appears. Is this common or is it a flaw?

Man said...

if I turn the coin around from side to side, the eagle is upside down from how the lady appears

This is normal it is called coin alignment and it is how all US coins are made.

Medal alignment is when you turn it side to side and the reverse is not upside from the face. Many foreign coins are made like this.

Anonymous said...

sorry, perhaps I described it wrong....my coin is "medal alignment" rather than coin. The coin I have has the opposite rotation than US coins!

Thanks for your fast responses, you're the best resource on the web!

Anonymous said...

whoops! You're right....I'm from Canada and I assumed American coins were minted the same.

Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

I also have a bracelet made of coins from the Netherlands. 5 - 25 cent coins dated 1944 and 3 - 10 cent coins also dated 1944. How do I tell if the coins are of the rare variety ie P, D or S.

Thank you.

Man said...

Netherlands. 5 - 25 cent coins dated 1944
Each is about $1.50 this is mostly because of the silver content.


3 - 10 cent coins also dated 1944


1944P about $0.50
1944D about $1,200.00
1944S about $1.00

The mint mark is located on the reverse under the last 4 of the date 1944.

It is either a slanted P, slanted D, or slanted S.

Hope it is a D.

Anonymous said...

The letter under the second 4 certainly looks like a D on both 1944 10 cent coins. Where do I go to find out if they are a D.
Thank you

Man said...

second 4 certainly looks like a D on both 1944 10 cent coins. Where do I go to find out if they are a D

The D and P look a lot alike. If you have a coin shop or dealer near you you can go there.

Or you can take a good scan of them and post it online either here or at a coin forum but only a professional can tell you if it's real or a fake made from a modified P.

Anonymous said...

I PURCHASED AT A LOCAL BANK
TODAY 6 1971/1972 KENNEDY HALVES
1 1971 AND 1 1972 NO MINT MARKS
APPEAR TO BE SILVER AS I HAVE BEEN
COLLECTED SILVER FOR YEARS.HOW
COULD THIS BE WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Man said...

6 1971/1972 KENNEDY HALVES
1 1971 AND 1 1972 NO MINT MARKS
APPEAR TO BE SILVER


The only silver ones were the proofs and they have the S mint mark.

They are probably silver coated which bring no extra-value.

To be sure weigh them.
Silver is 11.50 grams
Clad is 11.34 grams

There have been some errors but they are rare and made from silver quarters.

Krishana said...

I have a 10 cent"Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlander" is dated 1894. Does this coin have much value?

Man said...

10 cent"Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlander" is dated 1894

This Netherlands coin is about $20.00 in fine.

Sally said...

I have 12 Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden silver dimes. The dates are from 1928-1939. When my dad left Europe at the end of WWII a guy traded him the dimes for my dad's Hershey Bars. They are all very 'new' looking in that they have little to no wear on them. Other than they came from my dad are they worth anything more than a dime?

Man said...

12 Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden silver dimes. The dates are from 1928-1939. When my dad left Europe at the end of WWII a guy traded him the dimes for my dad's Hershey Bars. They are all very 'new' looking in that they have little to no wear on them.

I'll assume a grade of almost-uncirculated.
1928 about $10.00
1930 about $14.00
1934 about $37.50
1935 about $6.50
1936 about $3.50
1937 about $2.50
1938 about $2.50
1939 about $2.50

These were the only years made and the key year is 1934. Even in lower grades they are all worth more than a dime because of the silver content.

Sally said...

Thank you for your help and time. Just wonder what makes 1934 so key? or special?

Man said...

Just wonder what makes 1934 so key? or special?

It had a low mintage of 2,000,000 while by 1944 they were making over 120,000,000 and melting the old ones for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

i found a 1944 liberty half dollar how much is it worth

Man said...

1944 liberty half dollar
About $7.00 in good.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1997 copper fifty cent piece that has "hong kong" written on it. it is smooth edged and anti magnetic. is it worth anything?

Anonymous said...

my mistake it is a copper "1977" canadian fifty cent piece, not `97. sorry for the error

Man said...

1997 copper fifty cent piece that has "hong kong" written on it. it is smooth edged and anti magnetic
I'll still comment about this coin, brass plated steel but it's about $0.20 in very-fine.

copper "1977" canadian fifty cent piece
It should be nickel not copper if this is some sort of error it needs to be weighed to get a value.

I think you may be confused so a description of what is on the front and back of the coin would help.

Anonymous said...

i found an 1864 50 dollar bill i was wondering how much it is worth

Man said...

1864 50 dollar bill

Depends on type but they average about $10.00.

Anonymous said...

i found a 1864 2 cent peice and a 1886 2 cent peice how much are they worth

Man said...

1864 2 cent there are two varieties the most common is about $20.00

1886 2 cent no such thing in the U.S.

Anonymous said...

i mean an 1868

Man said...

1868 2 cents about $20.00 also.

Anonymous said...

I have a WILHELMINA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN dated 1940, it states 1 G on the back with a crown on what appears to be a crest? how much ,if anything is this coin worth? Thanks

Man said...

WILHELMINA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN dated 1940, it states 1 G on the back with a crown on what appears to be a crest?
It's from the Netherlands it's 1 Gulden about $3.00 mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

This may sound like a dumb question but I have to ask. I found an old coin collection, of sorts, that was in my father's things. I believe it is something given to him by someone as he was not a coin collector. I think he just tucked it away in a drawer and left it. At any rate, there is a 1872 Half Dime which I would imagine would be considered in Fine or Very Fine condition except......someone had drilled a tiny hold in the coin (presumably for a tiny chain type bracelet). We're going to list everything worth including in a set to sell the collection on e-bay or craigslist, but are trying to weed out things that just need to be culled out because they have no value. Any thoughts/input? Or as I said to begin with....a dumb question?

Man said...

1872 Half Dime which I would imagine would be considered in Fine or Very Fine condition except......someone had drilled a tiny hold in the coin (presumably for a tiny chain type bracelet).

The damage leaves the coin at about $1.00 but if it is a 1872-CC with the CC mintmark under the wreath it may be $10.00.

Feel free to leave a link to the auction or list the coins here.

Also there are no dumb questions because if this was a 1873-CC it would be $10,000 with the damage.

Anonymous said...

i'm offering you some old coin from nederlands of my collection.
if you'er intrested, you can contact me through this email(i have lots of coin i want to sell later on).
but first i have the 2 coin to sell, 1 from year 1930 n the other from 1870
(wilhelmina koningin der nederladen, 2 1/2 G).


Regards,

-Lj21_21-
Jakarta,Indonesia

Man said...

No thank you.

Anonymous said...

I have a WILHELMINA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN dated 1940, it states 1 G on the back with a crown on what appears to be the coat of arms but it was also made into a pendant with chain surrounding the 1G is a nice silver philagree design.there were no holes put into the coin to make into a pendant . Does that make a difference in its value?

Man said...

WILHELMINA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN dated 1940, it states 1 G on the back with a crown on what appears to be the coat of arms but it was also made into a pendant with chain surrounding the 1G is a nice silver philagree design.there were no holes put into the coin to make into a pendant .

It is silver, a 1 Gulden from The Netherlands and as long as it has no holes it is fine. About $4.00.

There is a proof version of the same year and design, it would have a mirror finish that would be so highly polished that the background reflects everything. This one is about $200.00 but is rare.

Anonymous said...

me again, thank you for getting to post back quickly but I was wrong on the date of the 1 G pendant with chain it is not 1940 but 1931 does it make a differnce . I also have a 10 cent bracelet with the dutch queen on one side of 9 different dims dating from 1926 to 1941 and 1 25 cent piece dated 1940 but on the 25 cent piece the queens head is not connected to the rest of the coin only her neck , any thoughts on this piece? 9 10 cent pieces and 1 25 cent piece.
Also the queen wilhemina looks different ages.
Is it silver or metal?
thank you Peggy

Man said...

1 G pendant with chain it is not 1940 but 1931

Still about $4.00

10 cent bracelet with the dutch queen on one side of 9 different dims dating from 1926 to 1941

About $2.50 for the 1926 and it goes down to about $0.50 for 1941.

25 cent piece dated 1940

About $1.50

All are silver.

Anonymous said...

i have a silver 10 cent coin very small mybe the smallest coin i have ever saw mybe the smallest in the hole world the date on my coin is (1937)and the name of the head side is wilhelmina koningin der nederlandin mybe this is a faren coin as i am in the uk could any one please give me info on my coin and its value if possible thanks alot :)

Man said...

silver 10 cent coin very small mybe the smallest coin i have ever saw mybe the smallest in the hole world the date on my coin is (1937)and the name of the head side is wilhelmina koningin der nederlandin

This is from the Netherlands.
It is real silver about 64%.
It goes for about £0.31.

Anonymous said...

ah i have a 1895 coin with a 3 on the tales side and victoria on the heads side ah what is this smallish coin called please ???

Man said...

1895 coin with a 3 on the tales side and victoria on the heads side

Sounds like a 3 pence probably from Great Britain it's about $1.50.

Anonymous said...

thanks your great with your coins just one more q
a farthing 1900 and victoria tales side mint condition thanks lot :)

Man said...

farthing 1900 and victoria tales side mint condition

In mint condition about $30.00.

Anonymous said...

hi there how much is a one doller bill worth usa 1360 note thanks

Man said...

one doller bill worth usa 1360 note

I have no idea what this means.
Try giving a year, serial number or other relevant information.

Anonymous said...

1928 wilhelmina 1/2 G...what is it's value

Man said...

1928 wilhelmina 1/2 G

Netherlands 1/2 Gulden is about $2.75 mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

i have 25cent coin from 1941 wilhemina how much is it worth

Man said...

25cent coin from 1941 wilhemina

From the Netherlands about $1.50 mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1895 canadian dime and would like to know what it could be worth.

Man said...

1895 canadian dime

No such thing can you describe it with more detail.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1928 5 Danmark Ore with a hole in the middle of it. I have tried searching it on the web but cannot find it. Can you help with some info on the value of it?

Anonymous said...

What is the value on a 1932 5FR Confoederatio Helvetica?

Man said...

1928 5 Danmark Ore with a hole in the middle of it.

About $0.10

Man said...

1932 5FR Confoederatio Helvetica

Switzerland 5 Francs about $8.00

Anonymous said...

HI. I have a 1906 6 pence. front: EDWADVS VII DEI GRA : BRIT : OMN : EX FID : DEF : IND : IMP:
Guy with beard on front, crown and wheat(?) on back, thnks

Man said...

1906 6 pence. front: EDWADVS VII DEI GRA : BRIT : OMN : EX FID : DEF : IND : IMP:

About $4.00

Anonymous said...

I've got a Nederland 1941 Zinc 25 cents piece, not so good condition - worth much?

Man said...

Nederland 1941 Zinc 25 cents piece, not so good condition

About $0.35

Anonymous said...

I have a 1957-D penny that appears to have a slanted D, when compared to a couple others I have of the same coin....any information or value is appreciated.

Man said...

1957-D penny that appears to have a slanted D, when compared to a couple others I have of the same coin

This sounds like damage or a normal variance, it has no extra value just about $0.05.

Anonymous said...

Found a 1942 wheatie with a hole punched over "LIBERTY", figure it was after printing, but wanted to post here and check for any info.

Man said...

1942 wheatie with a hole punched over "LIBERTY", figure it was after printing,

This is just damage no extra value.

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Anonymous said...

i want to know how much my 1928 1g dutch coin is worth it is a gulden

Man said...

1928 1g dutch coin is worth it is a gulden

About $3.75 assuming it's from the Netherlands.

Niki & Manon said...

I have a 1712 peter the great coin, it is silver, and I just dont know the ruble, do you have information on Russian coins? can you help us find out more please?

Man said...

1712 peter the great coin, it is silver, and I just dont know the ruble, do you have information on Russian coins?

Unfortunately I'm not familiar with these or any links to others who collect these.

From some quick research it looks like the Ruble is about $500.00 in high grades.
But Kopecks are $10.00.

Try finding a World Coin book from 1701-1800 in a library or book store. Sorry I could n't be more precise.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a dime that reads Wilhelmina Koningin der Nederlanden and it is dated 1894. I have been unable to find information on it. Could you help me out?

Man said...

dime that reads Wilhelmina Koningin der Nederlanden and it is dated 1894

Type/Country: 10 Cents / Netherlands
Year: 1894
Mintages: 1,000,000
Metal: 64% silver
Value: $30.00 in F

Tony said...

I have a 1970 United Nations World Youth Assembly Commemorative coin. Can you tell me what it is worth? Still is original plastic.

Man said...

1970 United Nations World Youth Assembly Commemorative coin.

This is actually a medal it is silver and about $35.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1943 P 25 cent Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden in AU condition.


How much would it be worth?

Anonymous said...

I also have a 1934 10 cent Wilhelmina Konongin Der Nederlanden coin. I do not see a mint mark. How much is it worth?

Man said...

1943 P 25 cent Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden in AU condition
About $7.00

1934 10 cent Wilhelmina Konongin Der Nederlanden coin
About $2.50

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a 1943 what looks like a slanted D netherlander coin..any idea if this has any value? Thank you

Man said...

1943 what looks like a slanted D netherlander coin

Unfortunately I don't know what you are talking about, I understand it is from the Netherlands but not the denomination.

twentystarbill said...

hi i paid $8 for these walking liberty half dollars . I want to know there value.Thanks

1947 au
194 au

Man said...

walking liberty half dollars

1947 au about $25.00
194 au ???

That said the value of AU-50 is a graded if ungraded the value is just $6.50.

twentystarbill said...

sorry its 1944

Man said...

1944 au half dollar U.S. about $13.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1932 2 1/2 G WILHEMINA KONINGIN DER NETHERLANDS.The coat of arms side shows the face value and there is a mint mark on the lower left side og the shield- looks like a sea horse.I know some old coins differ in value according to year of issue.Would this one be just silver content only?
cheers

Man said...

1932 2 1/2 G WILHEMINA KONINGIN DER NETHERLANDS.

About $12.00 which is just a few cents above the silver value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1921 Liberty Head Silver Dollar

A 1962 Ben Franklin Silver Half Dollar

And a 1995 Quarter that looks gold with some silver showing, I tried scratching but no more or less of color came off or stayed on? Curious if any of these have any value?

Man said...

1921 Liberty Head Silver Dollar about $18.00

1962 Ben Franklin Silver Half Dollar about $7.00

1995 Quarter that looks gold with some silver showing, I tried scratching but no more or less of color came off or stayed on?
Gold plated it has no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coin in very good condition, just needs a good clean.
Dated 1930 with 2 1/2 G written on the back (must be how much it was worth at the time)
Coat of arms on the back also with a large crown on top with what looks like a swan or some type of water bird underneath.
D'ya by any chance know the the worth in Britsh pounds? thanks

Man said...

Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coin in very good condition, just needs a good clean.
Dated 1930 with 2 1/2 G


7.05 British pounds sterling mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

I have a Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coin 10 cent 1944 but i cannot tell if it is a p or a d. it looks an awful lot like a d. at least i want it to. any tricks to tell from the eyes of a novice?

Man said...

Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coin 10 cent 1944 but i cannot tell if it is a p or a d.

If real about $1,200.00.

That said I suspect a P was changed into a D, these types of fakes are common. You may have to get a loop or microscope or a coin expert to check.

Anonymous said...

I have a lot of Indian Head pennies. I have (4) 1859, 1860, (5) 1862, (5) 1863, 1864 CN, (3) 1864 BR, (2) 1865, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1874, (2) 1875, 1878, (5) 1879, (6) 1880, (4) 1881, (6) 1882, (2) 1883, 1884, (2) 1885, (2) 1886, (6) 1887, (5) 1888, (9) 1889, (9) 1890, (3) 1891, (2) 1892, (3) 1893, 1894, (3) 1895, (6) 1896, (8) 1897, (7) 1898, (5) 1899, (7) 1900, (8) 1901, (14) 1902, (4) 1903, (3) 1904, (4) 1905, (10) 1906, (17) 1907, (2) 1908, 1909. How much are they all worth?

Man said...

Indian Head pennies in good...
1859 about $15.00 each
1860 about $13.00 each
1862 about $12.00 each
1863 about $12.00 each
1864 CN about $24.00 each
1864 BR about $12.00 each
1865 about $10.00 each
1866 about $50.00 each
1867 about $50.00 each
1868 about $45.00 each
1874 about $20.00 each
1875 about $22.00 each
1878 about $35.00 each
1879 about $8.00 each
1880 about $5.00 each
1881 about $5.00 each
1882 about $5.00 each
1883 about $5.00 each
1884 about $5.00 each
1885 about $8.00 each
1886 about $6.00 each
1887 about $3.00 each
1888 about $3.00 each
1889 about $3.00 each
1890 about $3.00 each
1891 about $3.00 each
1892 about $3.00 each
1893 about $3.00 each
1894 about $3.00 each
1895 about $3.00 each
1896 about $3.00 each
1897 about $3.00 each
1898 about $3.00 each
1899 about $3.00 each
1900 about $2.00 each
1901 about $2.00 each
1902 about $2.00 each
1903 about $2.00 each
1904 about $2.00 each
1905 about $2.00 each
1906 about $2.00 each
1907 about $2.00 each
1908 about $2.00 each
1909 about $14.00 each

Tony said...

You seemed to know quite a bit about Wilhelmina Koningin Der Nederlanden coins. I like to know if there is any reference book that I can look up for my 1G, 1/4G and 1/10G of various years from 1929 to 1945. Is there any special coin that I should be looking out for that would worth more than just the silver content? Thank you.

Man said...

s. I like to know if there is any reference book that I can look up for my 1G, 1/4G and 1/10G of various years from 1929 to 1945. Is there any special coin that I should be looking out for that would worth more than just the silver content?

The only source I know in the U.S. is Krause books...
http://www.krausebooks.com/product/coins-of-the-netherlands/world-coins-books
About $8.00 for the book.

1944 and 1945 are key dates for all Netherlands coins since they have varieties and small circulation that make worth a lot.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1931 muntvan het koningrijk nederlanden coin with two and a half G on it and the side has a double stamped star on the side (outline of a star right beside the star) and i was just wondering how rare it is and what its worth thanks!

Man said...

1931 muntvan het koningrijk nederlanden coin with two and a half G on it and the side has a double stamped star on the side (outline of a star right beside the star)

Common 2-1/2 Gulden from the Netherlands about $12.00 .

Anonymous said...

I have a 1944 Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, 2 1/2 guiden, 1944. what might it be worth?

Man said...

1944 Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, 2 1/2 guiden

No such thing, are you sure of year?
Is this a coin or bill?
Can you describe what is written?

Adrianna said...

Hi,

I have a 25 cent 1928 Wilhelmina coin (her head facing to the left). Could you please estimate the value?

Thank you!

Man said...

25 cent 1928 Wilhelmina coin (her head facing to the left).

About $2.25

Anonymous said...

I found several coins in a box in the attic and wondered what they might be worth:
(1) One King George the Sixth, Hong Kong, Ten Cents, 1944
(2) One Five Centaves Filipinas, United States of America, 1949
(3) DGREGFD 1971 Elizabeth II, New Penny 1/2
(4) DGREGFD 1971 Elizabeth II, New Penny 1
(5) BUNDESREPUBLICDEUTSCHLAND, 1950, Five Pfennig
(6) Several German coins from 1960, 1972, 1974
(7) Irish coins from 1971 - 1974
(8) Japanese coins from 1960's
Also, I found several pieces of paper currency, from Ireland (1974-5), one from Vietnam (I think), one from Russia (I think), and one unknown Asian. Where do I go to find if any of those had value?? THANKS A MILLION!!!

Man said...

(1) One King George the Sixth, Hong Kong, Ten Cents, 1944 ???not listed they were made in 1938 then 1948??? no 1944

(2) One Five Centaves Filipinas, United States of America, 1949 ???not listed

(3) DGREGFD 1971 Elizabeth II, New Penny 1/2 about $0.03

(4) DGREGFD 1971 Elizabeth II, New Penny 1 about $0.05

(5) BUNDESREPUBLICDEUTSCHLAND, 1950, Five Pfennig about $0.35

(6) Several German coins from 1960, 1972, 1974
(7) Irish coins from 1971 - 1974
(8) Japanese coins from 1960's

Also, I found several pieces of paper currency, from Ireland (1974-5), one from Vietnam (I think), one from Russia (I think), and one unknown Asian.

Without denominations I can't help?

Where do I go to find if any of those had value??
For the coins try here...
http://worldcoingallery.com/

For the notes, I have no good sites sorry.

khasim said...

how about wlhelmina 1G 1896 ? ty

Man said...

wlhelmina 1G 1896

Netherlands 1 Gulden about $250.00 in fine.

Anonymous said...

Hello,


I have one konengin Wilhelmina 10 G 1898 coin. What might the current value be please?

Man said...

one konengin Wilhelmina 10 G 1898 coin about $315.00 if gold

Kristine said...

Thank you for such a speedy reply. I had taken my Wilhelmina 10 G coin to a local coin dealer recently, and he said that it is gold. But the offer was far below $315.00, so I decided to keep it. For the time being anyway. If I was to sell it, might you be able to recommned the best ways (s) to go about doing so?

Thank you,

Kristine

Man said...

If I was to sell it, might you be able to recommned the best ways (s) to go about doing so?
Gold is at $1,542.40 per ounce
your coin has 0.1947 ounces of gold
Value at the least is..
$1,542.40 * 0.1947 = $300.30

This coin is fairly common but it still is $315.00 in extra-fine.
If brilliant-uncirculated it can be $450.00

So anything under $300 is not acceptable although certain coin dealers take 15% off so $255 is what they offer but I would hold out for more.

Man said...

Oh and try different jewelers, gold buyers, or coin dealers in your area.

If not then sell at eBay for metal value.

Kristine said...

Thank you again for such a quick reply.
I have no idea if the coin is uncirculated or not. It had been placed (Not by me) into a pendant holder, but I don't think that it will mark the coin, if it is removed. How might I be able to tell whether or not it is brilliant and not circulated?


Thank you,

Kristine

Man said...

How might I be able to tell whether or not it is brilliant and not circulated?

Brilliant usually means it has full luster.
Uncirculated means it has never been touched so it would not have scratches. No marks of any type and the entire coin would look brand new.

Kristine said...

Thank you...


I took another look at my Wilhelmina, and I don't believe that she is uncirculated, because I can detect very tiny, minor scratches. There are not many, but still, no perfect finish on this coin. Too bad...

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I have a 1970 UN world youth assembly medal in original plastic container BUT it is a bronze colour...I am confused?I have researched and read that it has silver content? HELP!And how much is it worth?
Many thanks

Man said...

1970 UN world youth assembly medal in original plastic container BUT it is a bronze colour...I am confused?I have researched and read that it has silver content?

The silver version were first day covers and were on a postcard with a stamp.

Later issues would be gold, silver, and bronze. That said I cannot find any mintage or sales for the later issues.

Sorry, this one is a mystery. I cannot say how many bronze were made and if it is rarer than silver. I go by auction or grey sheet value and this is not listed.

The best site I found is...
http://fao-coins.info/un/fao-5.html
Email them to see if they can help.

lee said...

Hi i was wondering if you could help me i found a coin mixed up in my Australian 5 cent piece it's a wilhelmina koningin der nederlanden 1/4g do they have any value?

Man said...

i found a coin mixed up in my Australian 5 cent piece it's a wilhelmina koningin der nederlanden 1/4g do they have any value?

Yes, what year for each.

lee said...

Sorry about that 1947

Man said...

1947 wilhelmina koningin der nederlanden 1/4g

Possibly from Curacao, it should say that on the other side.

It is silver about $2.50 in fine condition.

Unknown said...

I have the 10c netherland coin 1944 but its gold plated minted P.
does this make a difference?

Man said...

10c netherland coin 1944 but its gold plated minted P

P mint mark is just silver value of $1.05. Unfortunately it will never have more value since plating is damage.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have a young head Queen Victoria sixpence that is in coin allignment instead of medal allignment. Is this the common or fairly rare? Unfortunately it has been used in a bracelet and has a hole obscuring the date.
Kind regards
Suzanne

Man said...

young head Queen Victoria sixpence that is in coin allignment instead of medal allignment. Is this the common or fairly rare? Unfortunately it has been used in a bracelet and has a hole obscuring the date.

That is common, from 1836-1866 they all were made in coin alignment.

In 1867 they were changed to medal alignment.

Jakob Bell said...

I have a wilhelmina koningin der nederlander 25 cent coin, I would like to know how much this is worth, and how to identify whether it is a rare one or not (d,p,etc.)

Man said...

a wilhelmina koningin der nederlander 25 cent coin

What year?