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The value of an Italian coin depends on a number of factors, the most important being the age and condition. Newer coins are generally only worth their face value, while older coin...

History of coins in Italy


Italy has a long history of different coinage types, which spans thousands of years . Italy has been influential at a coinage point of view: the florin, one of the most ...

Italy coins – Numista


List of Italy coins, presented with pictures, descriptions and more useful information: metal, size, weight, date, mintage...

Italian Coins | eBay


Find great deals on eBay for Italian Coins in Italy Coins 1861 to Present Day. Shop with confidence.

The monetary system of Italy is decimal based, with the primary unit of currency called the Euro. The names and relative values of the coins depicted above are, from left to right: Please note that this listing only includes the coins in circulation. There will be p... More »
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Italy Coins | eBay


Find great deals on eBay for Italy Coins in Italy Coins 1861 to Present Day. Shop with confidence.

Coins of Italy - Don's World Coin Gallery


from Italy. Coin Types from Italy. Click on each type to view images. Click the green dollar signs for Coin Values ... Coins of the Italian States · Coins of the Papal ...

Italian Coins Repubblica di Attilacoins.com


Italian Coins and Values. Important read carefully. Values are deducted from market, and are quoted in Euro. We accept no responsibility for these valuations.

Italian Euro Coins


Italian Euro coins & euro coin sets. 2002 euro coins from Italy...

World Coin Price Guide and Values | NGC


The NGC World Coin Price Guide is a complete catalog of values for World coins from 1600 to date, created by NGC and NumisMaster price guide pages.

Popular Q&A
Q: What is the name of the Italian coins?
A: The. Euro. ( €. has been the only legal tender in Italy since mid in 2002. Read More »
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Q: What are the Italian coins.
A: Since 2002 the Italian currency has been the Euro. The coins are as follows: Cents: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50. Euros: 1 and 2. Read More »
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Q: What is an italian coin called?
A: The Italian currency is the euro. Coins are 1, 2, 5, 10 and 50 cent and 1 and 2 euro. Read More »
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Q: What is the value of a 1926 Italian coin?
A: There were perhaps 8 or 10 denominations produced in Italy in 1926 - to which denomination are you referring and in what condition is the coin? Read More »
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Q: How much are Italian coins worth.
A: Since Italy adopted the Euro, the old Lira coins are no longer legal tender. However, the TV shopping networks are selling pendants made from the "old" coins fo... Read More »
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