Friday, April 08, 2011

2007 Greece 5 Euro Cent

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

Finally a non-Canadian world coin. This is the latest it ever took to get a true foreign coin.

Sure Euros are among the most common finds outside the U.S. and Canada coins but this is only my second Greek Euro I have found.


 
The obverse features a freighter which I guess modern Greece is famous for but I do not really associate that kind of boat with them.

Type/Country: 5 Euro Cents / Greece
Year: 2007
Mintage: 55,005,598 (estimate this may change)
Metal: Copper Plated Steel
Value: $0.10 in Fine

Do you have any foreign 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.

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

Obsolete Currency said...

It looks like an oil tanker. Greece has a large crude carrier industry which went sour during the recent global recession, and can be attributed to why their debt went out of control.

Man said...

It looks like an oil tanker. Greece has a large crude carrier industry which went sour during the recent global recession, and can be attributed to why their debt went out of control.

Good to know I heard of Onassis and his ships but I didn't think it was that big.

baselle said...

Found some world coins under a tree this afternoon (honest!). They are all in rough shape, so I can imagine that they wouldn't have any collector value. I have:
2 pence coin, 1987
Australian half-pence, 1951
Kuwait coin 1990, denomination uncertain, maybe 1 10?. Has a two masted ship with slant-y sails on it.
Korean? (looks like Korean characters on it), can't see any denomination. Golfer at the top of his swing is pictured. Might not even be a coin, but it looks coin-like.
Again, they are all in rough shape, so rough that I wonder how they got that way. If one person "lost or tossed" them I can imagine they were quite the traveler or military.

Man said...

2 pence coin, 1987 about $0.03
Australian half-pence, 1951 about $0.02

Kuwait coin 1990, denomination uncertain, maybe 1 10?. Has a two masted ship with slant-y sails on it.
About $0.03 10 fils no 1 fils were made

Korean? (looks like Korean characters on it), can't see any denomination. Golfer at the top of his swing is pictured. Might not even be a coin, but it looks coin-like.
--Does not sound like a coin probably a token with little to no value.

Brandy said...

I found a $20 bill with the letter "P" stamped by THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA on the right , face side .... I was wondering if there was anyway to tell if someone just put a stamp on it or it was made like that ? IE63948760B E5 seroes 2006 ...

Man said...

$20 bill with the letter "P" stamped by THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA on the right , face side .... I was wondering if there was anyway to tell if someone just put a stamp on it or it was made like that ? IE63948760B E5 seroes 2006 ...

Not possible to have random letters stamped on U.S. notes.

This is a bank stamp done by banks after printing. No extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a coin I bought at a Goodwill (on a necklace) for $1. On one side it reads "EMPEREUR NAPOLEON II" with the bust of (I would assume) Napoleon, and the other side reads "TOMBEAU DE NAPOLEON 1" with a picture of a tomb and the date 1853. Any info? Thanks.

Man said...

coin I bought at a Goodwill (on a necklace) for $1. On one side it reads "EMPEREUR NAPOLEON II" with the bust of (I would assume) Napoleon, and the other side reads "TOMBEAU DE NAPOLEON 1" with a picture of a tomb and the date 1853.

From what I understand it is not coin but a token or charm, it is likely from 1853 but there are many varieties floating around, it is about $1.00 unless made of silver then just metal value.

Aaron Hayes said...

I have a 1908 liberty v nickel,a 1776 wm liberty coin,a 1776 to 1976 quater several pennys from 1941,42,46,52,a british carribean quater 1965 a euro 5 cent coin from 2007,a1984 five cent from bahammas an a 1964 jefferson nickel an lastly a silver certificate dollar bill from 1935

Man said...

1908 liberty v nickel about $2.00

1776 wm liberty coin ??Needs more of a description??

1776 to 1976 quater just $0.25

pennys from 1941,42,46,52 about $0.10 each

british carribean quater 1965 just $0.25

euro 5 cent coin from 2007 about $0.10
1984 five cent from bahammas just $0.05
1964 jefferson nickel just $0.05

silver certificate dollar bill from 1935 about $2.50 depending on serial number