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# Value of 25 cents 1966 bahama islands coin?

# What is the value of a 2004 one cent bahama coin?

One cent. The Bahamian dollar is tied to the U.S. dollar so the two always have the same value.

# What is the value of a 1966 Australian 20 cent coin?

These coins are potentially still in circulation so, unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute min…t condition, they are worth 20 cents. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 20 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(minted in Canberra), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $50 AUD. There were 28.196 million minted. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 20 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(Proof)(minted in Canberra), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $60 AUD. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 20 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(minted in London), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $45 AUD. There were 30 million minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.

# What is the value of a 1966 Australian 10 cent coin?

These coins are potentially still in circulation so, unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute min…t condition, they are worth 10 cents. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 10 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(minted in Canberra), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $9 AUD. There were 10.940 million minted. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 10 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(minted in London), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $7 AUD. There were 30 million minted. An Australian 1966 cupro-nickel 10 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(Proof)(minted in Canberra), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $30 AUD. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.

# What is the value of a 25 cent coin with Queen Elizabeth II dated 1966?

Please post a new question with the coin's country of issue. Several countries in the British Commonwealth use cents and dollars rather than pounds and pence.

# Value of bahama island 10 cent coin minted 1969?

Probably 10 cent but then it was minted before our independents therefore the coin is different.

# What is value of 10 cent coin Bahama 2000?

ten cents unless you melt it down, in which case it is worth nothing

# How much is a 1966 25 cents trinandad coin worth?

its worth $5.00

# What is the value of a 1969 Twenty Five Cent coin from Bahama Islands?

i have one just the same.....

# What is the value of twenty firve cent Elizabeth II coins from the Bahama Islands?

I would like to know that value of a twenty-five cent Elizabeth II 1969 nickel proof

# What is 25 cent 1966 bahama island coin worth?

It's worth 10 cents

# What is a 25 cent 1966 Bahama Island coin made of?

1966 is the first year that the Bahamas had its own coins since gaining independence, and there were many coins minted that year. Despite the fact that the 50 Cents and 1 Doll…ar coins are made with silver, alas, the 25 Cents coin was made of nickel.

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# How much is 1966 elizabeth II bahama island 10 cents coin?

at it time a full set of does coins was sold at $16. to this day a full set is worth $20 so that coin is some 11-13 cents

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# What is a 25 cent 1969 Bahamas island coin worth?

it's worth $2000000 to $80000000

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# What is the value of a 1998 10 cent Bahamas coin?

40 cents

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# How much is a 1966 five cent elizabeth the second bahama islands coin worth in us dollars?

This coin is actually quite plentiful in the collector's market - and in perfect uncirculated condition, retails for about 75 cents.

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# What is the value of the 1966 Australian 50 cent coin?

The 1966 fifty cent coin is the only Australian circulating decimal coin struck in a precious metal. It weighs 13.28 grams, and is 80% silver / 20% copper, for a nett weight o…f 0.3416 ozt ASW - the actual silver weight is slightly more than 1/3 of a troy ounce. 99.99% of these coins are traded for their metal value only (they are not melted down, but are bought and sold in bulk quantities as-is). A very small and exclusive number of "patterns" have been sighted over the years - these are very slightly different to the 36 million coins that were struck for circulation, and are considered to be among the most important Australian decimal coins ever struck. See the link below.