How much is a 1965 2c coin worth?

How much is a 1965 2c coin worth?

Mintage, Worth:

Year Mintage Value, USD
1967 11.862.000 $ 0.68
1966 9.267.000 $ 0.32
1965 29.887.000 $ 0.28

How much is a 2 rand coin worth?


Issuer South Africa
Value 2 Rand 2.00 ZAR = 0.14 USD
Currency Rand (1961-date)
Composition Nickel plated copper
Weight 5.5 g

How much is a 1965 South African 5c worth?

Mintage, Worth:

Year Mintage Value, USD
1967 4.590.000 $ 0.49
1966 4.101.000 $ 0.47
1965 32.689.999 $ 0.59

What are 1965 coins worth?

The standard 1965 clad quarters are very common so they only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition. The value is around $2 for coins in uncirculated condition with a grade of MS 63. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 are valued at around $9. Click here to search for 1965 quarters on Amazon.

Which old South African coins are worth money?

Most valuable South African coins value list

  1. Single 9 Pond (1898) Single 9 Pond.
  2. Kruger Double Nine Ponds (1899)
  3. Burgers Pond Coarse Beard (1874)
  4. Sammy Marks Tickey (1898)
  5. Burgers Pond Fine Beard (1874)
  6. VeldPond (1902)
  7. Mandela 90th Birthday Coin (2008)
  8. Mandela’s 100th Birthday R5 coin (2018)

What is the year on a 2 rand coin?

At the top is the minting year, in our case 1962, and at the bottom the face value “2 R” (2 Rand). The inscriptions are: “SUID-AFRIKA” (the Afrikaans word for South Africa) and its English translation “SOUTH AFRICA”. The design of the 2 Rand gold coin is the same as the one of the 1 Rand, only differing by the denomination inscribed on the reverse.

How many cents are in a South Africa coin?

Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14 th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA. And 4 more volumes. Brian Hern, John Bothma, Hercie Peterse; 2017. Hern’s Handbook on South African Coins and Patterns 2017/18 (9 th edition). Gary Levitan, Ferndale, South Africa. Gerhard Schön; 2020. Weltmünzkatalog / 20.

What is the coat of arms of South Africa?

South Africa coat of arms, inscribed in a square, with the motto “Ex Unitate Vires” (Power Through Unity) and the country name both in Afrikaans and English on both sides To manage your collection, please log in. Values in the table above are expressed in USD.

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