Monday, November 07, 2011

1993 Bermuda Quarter

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

I have discussed Bermuda coins that I found before. Unfortunately I have not officially found any in 2011. Instead get a gander at this one from the vaults. It is ordinary but surprisingly low mintage, I touched on this in the last post. Certain countries tend to mint few coins mostly because of their low population. Being American you tend to forget not everyone country has a population in the hundreds of millions.

 

That is a yellow-billed tropical bird on top although I can not prove it.

Here's the stats ...
Type/Country: 25 Cents / Bermuda
Year: 1993
Mintage: 480,000
Metal: Copper-Nickel
Value: $0.30 in VF

I fear my direct deposits and increasing use of online pay will soon end my finds. I will try to make an effort to use more cash but the end is nigh.  

Do you have a Bermudian 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.

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

Tyler Lawrence said...

I have a 1986 Bermuda Quarter.

Man said...

1986 Bermuda Quarter about $0.30 in very-fine

Tyler Lawrence said...

What is the oldest Bermuda Quarter you have? I just discovered this blog looking info for a Buffalo Nickel and I am really impressed with it.

Man said...

What is the oldest Bermuda Quarter you have?
--1985

Thanks for the kind words I just find coins in my change and if I like them I post them.
Lately it has been tough since e-banking takes my checks and pays my bills without any change to search.

How has getting change been at your store over the past couple years? Better or worse?

Tyler Lawrence said...

I have only been working there since June, but besides foreign coins, the only collectible change we get are half dollar and one dollar coins. Wheat pennies and old nickels are found in the rolls we get for the register, not from the customers.

Man said...

I have only been working there since June, but besides foreign coins, the only collectible change we get are half dollar and one dollar coins. Wheat pennies and old nickels are found in the rolls we get for the register, not from the customers

Oh half dollars it's been years since I found one of those. From what I know of my cashier and teller friends Christmas time is when the old and odd changes comes in like crazy.

Tyler Lawrence said...

We have a coinstar machine in our store, and a lot of people use it. For the old/foreign coins that do not go through, most people throw them away! I find that ridiculous, so I always get coins from that.

I wonder why it's Christmas time that the stores get old and odd change. I hope it's true for my store.

Man said...

We have a coinstar machine in our store, and a lot of people use it. For the old/foreign coins that do not go through, most people throw them away! I find that ridiculous, so I always get coins from that.
--Agreed I found silver coins from here and Canada at Coinstar, people are strange throwing away money.

I wonder why it's Christmas time that the stores get old and odd change.
--Either they over spend and are going through coin jars or kids get old coins/currency as gifts and spend them.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1975 limited edition bermuda 100 dollar Elizabeth ll coin what is it worht

Man said...

1975 limited edition bermuda 100 dollar Elizabeth ll coin

About $340.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 and a 1981 bermuda quarter

Man said...

2003 and a 1981 bermuda quarter each is just $0.25 in fine

Anonymous said...

I have a 1970 bermuda angel fish coin of a young ELIZABETH 11. The coin doesn't have the numbers under her head either.

Man said...

1970 bermuda angel fish coin of a young ELIZABETH 11. The coin doesn't have the numbers under her head either.

That is normal for a Five Cent Bermuda coin.

It is about $0.10