Monday, November 23, 2015

2012 Ukraine 5 Kopiyok

Crimea is having problem but the Ukraine is still going on somewhat strong. The press is still their but not as much as when the conflicts started. That means coins like this one are still going to show up in our change.

They are still producing these coins at an unknown, but common, rate. Although not updated on all coin sites this is not the last in the series. They have made coins through 2015.

Here are the stats...
Type/Country: 5 Kopiyok / Ukraine
Year: 2012
Mintage: Not yet known.
Metal: Stainless Steel
Value: $0.50 in XF

Exchange value is still less than 1 U.S. cent.

Do you have any German Euro 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.

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

Emmet said...

Newbie question--how can they be worth 50 cents when the exchange value is about one cent? Should I pick up a bunch of the best-looking ones next time I'm in Ukraine and try to sell them in the West?

Man said...

Newbie question--how can they be worth 50 cents when the exchange value is about one cent? Should I pick up a bunch of the best-looking ones next time I'm in Ukraine and try to sell them in the West?

Yes any of them in XF or better have a much larger value than the exchange value of less then $0.01.

In mint state the 1994 is $100.00 and the 2001 is $5.00.