The United Kingdom's 5-pound coin is worth five pounds in its native country. When converted to the U.S. Dollar, it is currently worth $8.34 as of August 2014. The 5-pound coin is valued at $9.11 in Canadian Dollars, as of this writing.
The British Pound is formally referred to as "pound sterling." It was originally used in Anglo-Saxon England and was equivalent to one pound in weight of silver. The pound is divided into a hundred pence, similar to the U.S. dollar, which is divided into a hundred pennies. The front of the coin features the profile of Queen Elizabeth II since the coin's latest redesign in 1990.Learn More
The Royal Mint issued the first two-pound coin on June 15, 1998. Prior to this date, two-pound commemorative coins were created, but these coins were not placed in circulation as legal tender.Full Answer >
A person can research the value of a Mexican coin by year, condition and printing press. Gold Mexican coins have been described as art worth appreciating.Full Answer >
As of July 2014, a twenty pence coin is worth around 34 U.S. cents. This amount will fluctuate depending on the currency exchange rates between the United States and the United Kingdom.Full Answer >
As of 2014, WS Coins gives the Republic of Liberia 2000 $5 coin a retail value of $7.96 in uncirculated condition with a certificate of authenticity. Prices on eBay range from about $9 to $18, as of 2014.Full Answer >