Is a 1977 Jubilee coin worth anything?
1977 Silver Jubilee coin The face value, which is not marked on the coin (as shown below), was just 25 pence. This value belittles its impressive size of 38mm by 3mm however. With so many coins minted, they are still quite prevalent today, and we often have customers asking us about them and their value.
How much is a Queen Elizabeth 1977 coin worth?
How much is the 1977 Silver Jubilee coin worth now? The coin’s face value was 25 pence. However, the value wasn’t marked on the coin as it was mainly a commemorative coin. It was not deemed necessary to have the value mark included in the inscription.
What is the value of a silver jubilee crown 1977?
This crown, as with the 1977 crown, had a face value of twenty-five new pence. Because it was primarily a commemorative coin rather than being intended to circulate, it was presumably not considered necessary to include a mark of value in the inscription.
How much is a Silver Jubilee 50 cents worth?
|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
|Type||Circulating commemorative coin|
|Value||50 Cents 0.50 AUD = USD 0.37|
Can you spend silver jubilee coins?
The Royal Mint, which produced the original 1977 crown, suggested a post office or a bank would accept yours. However, you might do better to sell it as a collectable item.
Which Queen Elizabeth coins are worth money?
$0.25 is the worth of the standard 1776-1976 clad quarters in circulated condition. You can only sell these coins for a premium in uncirculated condition. The 1776-1976 D quarter and 1776-1976 quarter with no mint mark in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade worth around $1.25 each.
What are the rare 50 cent coins?
The mintages and CV’s are from the 2009 Pocket Guide to Australian Coin and Banknotes.
- 1970 Captain Cook Bicentenary 50 cent, mintage: 16,548,100, $7.00.
- 1977 Silver Jubilee 50 cent, mintage: 25,067,000, $4.00.
- 1981 Royal Wedding 50 cent (Charles and Diana), mintage: 20,000,000, $6.00.
Do commemorative coins have any value?
Commemorative coins are minted only once and never again, so their numismatic value can increase over time. Their price depends on their uniqueness and collector demand. If silver prices go up, their value will also increase.
Where can I sell my commemorative coins?
Where can you cash commemorative coins? Most large Post Offices will offer to cash in commemorative coins if you really want to dispose of them in this way. Some banks do accept them at their own discretion, but this is unlikely.