Thursday, November 26, 2009

It's Something Like Deja Vu

Do you have any coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment

On this Thanksgiving I'm thankful for family and friends and this wee rest period before finals.

Still busy, still trying to post more consistently, and still trying to make change as much as possible.

A Canadian and American nickel and dime from Ireland, 10 Euro cents if you want to be precise.

To make this boring shot more lively I tried to use the scanners enhancement features. I think they got overexposed. Not much of problem as many homes on turkey day will deal with overcooked items.

Again nothing too special about each coin...serious deja vu.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 5 Cents / Canada
Year: 1985
Mintage: 126,618,000
Metal: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel
Value: $0.05

Type/Country: 5 Cents / United States of America
Year: 1958 D
Mintage: 168,249,120
Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel
Value: $0.05

Type/Country: 10 Euro Cent / Ireland
Year: 2002
Mintage: 275,913,000
Metal: Aluminum-Bronze
Value: $0.15

Still not one 2009 dime or nickel.

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

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

Anonymous said...

Okay, so let's see here.. I've got a:\
-1906 British penny
-1945 Canadian penny
-1950 coin from Germany
and a
-1960 1/4 coin from South Africa.

thoughts?

Man said...

-1906 British penny about $1.25
-1945 Canadian penny about $0.10
-1950 coin from Germany denomination?
-1960 1/4 coin from South Africa about $0.15

Sandra's Gluten-Free Cooking Blog said...

I have a nickel that has the Monticello on both sides? Do you think this is unusual? thanks

Man said...

a nickel that has the Monticello on both sides?

This error is not really possible, it is probably a magician's coin that has no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a fake coin the size of a dine And I believe made out of a very light metal silver colored. It has Falsa Pecunia PLay Nickel with Cowboy? and on back it has Uncle Sam 1964 Play Nickel? Have you seen this before and does it have any value?

Man said...

fake coin the size of a dine And I believe made out of a very light metal silver colored. It has Falsa Pecunia PLay Nickel with Cowboy? and on back it has Uncle Sam 1964 Play Nickel?

It is some type of Amusement Park or Game token from 1964.
About $0.10 in circulated condition.