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Collector value of a coin depends on date, mint mark (if any), number minted and condition of a coin, including amount of wear, any dents, scratches or cleaning.

Estimates below mostly based on slightly worn values. From left to right starting at top:

Switzerland, 5 rappen, 1951, worth up to about $1.

U.S Buffalo nickel, date/mintmark unclear.

France, 1 centime, 1967, worth .25 or less.

Spain, 1 peseta, date in stars unclear.

Great Britain, 1 penny, 1971, worth about .10.

Great Britain, 2 pence, date unclear.

Belgium, 5 Francs, date unclear.

Spain, 5 pesetas, date in stars unclear.

W.Germany, 10 pfennig, 1950 J, worth about $1 or less.

France, 5 centimes, date unclear.

Switzerland, 1 Franc, 1969, worth about $1 or less.

W.Germany, 5 pfennig, 1950 J, worth about $1 or less.

Finland, 1 penni, 1972?, worth about .10.

Italy, 5 Lire, 1955?, worth less than $1.

Italy, 10 Lire, 1967, worth less than $1.

Switzerland, 10 rappen, 1938?, worth about $2.

Austria, 1 shilling, 1969, worth about .25.

U.S. Mercury dime, date/mintmark unclear.


You might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins or the Guidebook of United States Coins for pictures, values and lots more interesting info.

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