Eire Coins?

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Eire coins are traditional Irish coins. They were circulated before the adoption of the Euro as the country's official currency. They are not legal tender today.
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Éire is the Irish language name for Ireland, which you will see on Irish stamps and coins, so it is an Irish coin.
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The coin is no longer legal tender in Ireland. As far as being of interest to collectors
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It is indeed a coin from Ireland (Shilling) Eire is what the Irish call their country, one must remember that a lot of countries have a different name that their citizens call it.
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Collector value may be worth about .25 with heavy wear to around .50 with moderate wear to maybe $1.50 with light wear.
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Éire is the Irish language name for Ireland, which you will see on Irish stamps and coins, so it is an Irish coin. ...
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