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What is the rarest coin in South Africa?

What is the rarest coin in South Africa?

Single 9” Pond
The 1898 “Single 9” Pond is considered South Africa’s rarest form of coin. While greatly desired throughout South Africa, this rare gold coin is hardly known outside of the country. The 1898 “Single 9” Pond is considered South Africa’s rarest form of coin.

How much is a 1947 South African penny worth?

Mintage, Worth:

Year Mintage Value, USD
1947 135.000 $ 1.51
1946 2.605.000 $ 1.55
1945 4.810.000 $ 1.63

Is a 1947 shilling worth anything?

The old shilling coin, which became the 5p piece, is now worth £2 – actually beating the rate of inflation since 1971. Unfortunately, “silver” coins minted after 1947 contain no silver and are worth no more than their face value.

What kind of Penny was used in 1913?

1913 Lincoln (Wheat) Penny Though the Lincoln penny from 1913 might look a lot like the 1-cent coin used today, it is actually quite different. Collectors are in love with the old Lincoln pennies and will do everything they can to get their hands on them.

Which is the most valuable coin in South Africa?

If you would like to learn more about the 1898 single 9 Pond, and find out why it’s at the top of our list as the most valuable South African coin, read: What is the 1898 Single 9 Pond Coin Worth? If the Kruger single Nine Pond is the king of South African coins, the double nine follows closely after.

What does it mean if a 1913 Lincoln penny is uncirculated?

Uncirculated: If a Lincoln Penny from 1913 is determined to be Uncirculated, this means that it spent a total of 0 hours exchanging hands. Instead, these coins were kept in a safe and secure spot throughout the whole of their existence. Even under close inspection they will show absolutely no signs of wear and tear.

What was the value of a 1892 South African coin?

South African Pond=20 shillings; Shilling=12 pence. 5 shillings 1892. silver. 5 SHILLINGS 1892 / coat of arms SAR. ZUID AFRIKANSCHE REPUBLIEK / Paul Kruger (president) left. Coin value – $350-400. 2.5 shillings 1896 (1892-1897) silver. 2 1/2 SHILLINGS 1896 / coat of arms SAR.

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