What is the worth of a Napoleon emperor gold-plated coin?

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Napoleon emperor coins are coins that were minted at various times in the 18th and 19th centuries. Depending on the specific variation of coin, condition, and age, the value can vary. The worth can be anywhere from a few hundred dollars to thousands.
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Yes actually.I sold mine at a coin auction for 5 thousand dollars.it is extremely rare, and has no date on it, and has a ring hole on top for the option of wearing it as a necklace.if
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Hi Carol. This is a ten centime piece. BARRE is the name of the designer/engraver and 'A' means that it was minted in Paris. In terms of value, even in perfect condition it has no
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It is either an 1856 French: Deux (2) Cinc (5) or Dix (10) Centimes, and the diameter will identify which one, and A is the mint mark for Paris. The retail values are as follows:
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Your coin is worth anywhere from $1 to approx. $25, depending on wear. Try getting it appraised!
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