How much are 5-pound coins worth?


According to recent values of 2012, the collectible 5 pound coins are generally worth around 30 pounds. They may appear in silver of nickel faces.
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At worst, it is worth Five Pounds. Depending on the year, the metal it is made from, whether it is Proof or a specimen coin, and it is still in mint condition and the original packaging
Silver coins that are older than 1965 are worth at least 10 to 14 times face value based on the silver content. If the date and mint mark is rare and the coin is in good condition
The Viceroyalty of New Spain issued coins using local metals. The coins featured an "M" to denote their Mexican origin. In the 18th century, a steering-wheel press allowed
According to the Treasury a pound coin is made up of 70% copper, 24.5% zinc and 5.5% nickel. Current raw metal prices stand at. Copper: $3.07/lb - $6.77/kg. Zinc: $0.83/lb - $1.83
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