Friday, May 11, 2012

2002 British Ten Pence

Do you have ten pence and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Finally! Got this non-American, non-Canadian coin as a quarter in my change just this week. It is not a surprise that it is a British coin. Behind the U.S. and Canada the most common find for me is coins from Great Britain.

So the drought is over now let the flood begin.


These are very different from the current ten pence coins and slightly different from older ten pence.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Pence / Great Britain
Year: 2002
Mintage: 80,934,000
Metal: Copper-Nickel
Value: $0.10 in F

Do you have a coin from the United Kingdom 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.

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

Tyler Lawrence said...

This is a good find!

Man said...

This is a good find!

Sure but I was 50 cents short all day long. I also pulled out another 2012 El Yunque quarter.

I didn't expect to take out quarters so exact change on my regular commute got messed up. I know rookie mistake but I got use to not carrying extra coins.

Dr. Math said...

I got a 2012-(P) American cent yesterday. It's in uncirculated. What is it worth?

Man said...

2012-(P) American cent yesterday. It's in uncirculated

Assuming at least MS-65 about $0.20.

That said anything less is just $0.01.

Adam said...

Hi, I have a 1969A 50 dollar bill star note. It is crisp and only has one slight bend down the middle. Any guesses as to what it's worth?

Thanks

Man said...

1969A 50 dollar bill star note. It is crisp and only has one slight bend down the middle

About $55.00 but without the full serial number this is just a average guess.

Tyler Lawrence said...

I finally got the 2012 quarter today. I actually found two of them! I also found some more "D" American state quarters, I just need 6 more and I will have the entire collection complete with the State Quarters.

Man said...

I finally got the 2012 quarter today.

Nice. The El Yunque quarter?

Tyler Lawrence said...

Yes. Hopefully the New Mexico one shows up in my change soon. The designs for the Maine and Hawaii one looks cool. The Alaska looks like another quarter with an animal in front of mountains.

Are 2012 nickels, dimes and pennies released?

Anonymous said...

Hey Tyler--The only 2012 coins I've gotten are a D penny and a Chester Arthur D dollar coin. So you both are lucky to have seen the El Yunque quarter.

Man said...

Are 2012 nickels, dimes and pennies released?

Yes.

@Anon-
Finding the pennies are also cool because finding them new is the best for high grades.

Tyler Lawrence said...

I just got both the P and D 2012 Chester Arthur Presidential Dollar coin today. I remember last year the 2011 dimes were released, I found a bunch in my change. No luck so far for 2012.

Man said...

P and D 2012 Chester Arthur Presidential Dollar coin today. I remember last year the 2011 dimes were released, I found a bunch in my change. No luck so far for 2012.

2012 coins seem to being flowing better but still there are always a few that are slow.

Tyler Lawrence said...

Plus it probably depends on where people live.

Man said...

Plus it probably depends on where people live.

Yeah, I suspect the bigger the population the more new and odd coins come around.

christina said...

what is the value of an 1976 new pence elizabeth 2 coin worth?

Man said...

1976 new pence elizabeth 2 coin worth?

About $0.03.

Anonymous said...

Hi I just found a Susan b Anthony ten pence silver in color side one has Elizabeth 2 d•g•f•d•1996 with a pic of queen Elizabeth hair up crown on top. Other side has prancing lion with crown on head and says ten pence on top and the number 10 on bottom. I'm curious as to know how much its worth if anything at. Thank you

Man said...

Susan b Anthony ten pence silver in color side one has Elizabeth 2 d•g•f•d•1996 with a pic of queen Elizabeth hair up crown on top. Other side has prancing lion with crown on head and says ten pence on top and the number 10 on bottom

You are using confusing terms, as far as I know there are no Susan B. Anthony British coins that are colorized.

What you are describing is a normal 10 pence worth about $0.15 in the U.S.