Wednesday, January 18, 2012

1992 Czechoslovakia 10 Haleru

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

Found a 1956-D wheat cent today but since I found many before I will not make a new post about it. Instead I will trot out another vault coin.

This is a Czechoslovakian coin or more accurately a Czech and Slovak Federal Republic coin. This was kind of a short issue from 1990 through 1993. Although it was a short lived union the coins are not extra special or rare.

ČSFR (CSFR=Czech Slovak Federal Republic) 1992
10 h (haleru)
The reason this coin is such rough shape is that it is aluminum. A common metal for coins under transitional governments because they do not last long. They made it a bit thicker than normal coins of the diameter to last a bit longer. Still with little pressure it can bend and scratch easily.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Haleru / Czechoslovakia
Year: 1992
Mintage: 45,050,000
Metal: Aluminum
Value: $0.10 in Very-Fine

Also that wheat cent found on a couch in a store with three Lincoln Memorial cents. I tried to find a change tray or donation jar in store but none existed so they came home with me.

Do you have coin from the Czech Republic 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.:

Janice said...

Not a coin from CR but I found a quarter where the center is shrunk and the edges of each side overlap it almost looks like it was glued together, can you help me find out value? and my other coin I have had for a while is an 1887 penny any worth?

Man said...

a quarter where the center is shrunk and the edges of each side overlap it almost looks like it was glued together, can you help me find out value?
--Sounds damaged, I can't really visualize this coin.
If you can post it online somewhere and copy & paste the link here that may help.
If not then I assume damage and no extra value.

1887 penny about $3.00 in good

Tyler Lawrence said...

This is another nice coin. Was it from a coin lot?

Man said...

This is another nice coin. Was it from a coin lot?

I think so, the reason I started this blog is that I could not remember where I got certain coins.

I thought if I put them online at least there is a record. So any coin I got before 2005 is kind of a mystery.

Plus pre-2005 coin lots were great, very cheap and you could get 10 lbs of coins delivered within 2 days.

Dr. Math said...

I just got a 1986 Canadian quarter in fine condition in my change. Is it worth anything over face value?

Man said...

1986 Canadian quarter in fine condition

Just $0.25

Tyler Lawrence said...

That's cool. I'm hoping to somehow to keep records of all my coin finds.

Man said...

I'm hoping to somehow to keep records of all my coin finds.

Try Excel custom spreadsheets are easy.

Anonymous said...

British
1895 One Penny

P Kelleher
details8@aol.com

Man said...

British
1895 One Penny


About $0.75 but there are varieties.