How much is an old 50 cent coin worth?

How much is an old 50 cent coin worth?

According to USA Coin Book, the 50-cent coin is worth $40 in average condition but can be valued at $4,160 or more in “Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition.”

What NZ coins are valuable?

Apart from the 2004 five-cent piece other coins with low mintages include the most sought-after New Zealand coin, the Waitangi Crown. A total 1128, including 364 proof examples, were issued in 1935. By contrast there were 200,020 1949 Royal Visit crowns struck and 257,000 1953 Coronation Crowns.

How much is a 1977 50 cent coin worth?

A coin from a mint set may fetch a couple of dollars more. A pristine proof 1977 50c could fetch $20 to $30 while the silver coin from the 1989 Masterpieces in Silver set would get about the same. A circulated 1977 Silver Jubilee 50c coin is worth, somewhat sadly, 50c.

What is the most expensive New Zealand coin?

The US$72,000 ($102,685) world record price sale makes the coin New Zealand’s most expensive, Heritage Auctions spokesman Eric Bradley told the Herald on Sunday. It’s not immediately known who bought the coin, or where they’re based.

What is a 1940 New Zealand penny worth?

Penny 1940, Coin from New Zealand – detailed information

Mint Grade 2019
Royal Mint Uncirculated (UNC) 66.05
Royal Mint Almost Uncirculated (aUNC) 65.43
Royal Mint Extra Fine (EF, XF) 35.58
Royal Mint Fine (F) 3.08

How much is a 1965 5c worth?

Mintage, Worth:

Year Mintage Value, USD
1967 4.590.000 $ 0.48
1966 4.101.000 $ 0.46
1965 32.689.999 $ 0.57

Are NZ pennies worth anything?

In average circulated condition the value goes down to one or two dollars. There is a *good date* coin in this series that is worth substantially more than the normal coins. It is a 1956 dated coin where the queen does not have a strap on her shoulder.

How do I know if I have valuable coins?

Here’s everything you need to know about valuable old coins and what you can do with them.

  • How to Find Rare Coins and Sell Them.
  • Consult the ‘Coin Bible’
  • Look for Errors.
  • Look at Mint Marks.
  • Look for Fakes.
  • Do Your Research.
  • Organize Your Collection.
  • Have Your Coin Appraised.