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hello there , i have recently got my coins out the cupboard which i have collected from various places over the years i have started looking them up on google and have realised that some of them could be worth a couple of quid , can anyone help me with the following coins please

They are

1.

philip ii ad 246-248 silver antoninianus mars holding spear and trophy ,, looks like its still in good condition not much wear?

2.

victoria del gratia 1887 shiiling , looks to be silver and is still in top condition i would say no wear?

3.

georgius iv del gratia , britanniar rex fid def 1826 , stilll in top condition no wear ?

4.

also have numerous sixpences dating from 1926 through to the 1940s , also have half crowns dating from 1921..

any info will be muchly appreciated thanks

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Photographs are key here as we will not have an accurate idea of grade otherwise.

 

With regard to the pre-1947 sixpences and halfcrowns they will most likely be worth around their melt value depending upon their condition.

 

Please do post some images and we should be able to point you in the right direction.

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Photographs are key here as we will not have an accurate idea of grade otherwise.

 

With regard to the pre-1947 sixpences and halfcrowns they will most likely be worth around their melt value depending upon their condition.

 

Please do post some images and we should be able to point you in the right direction.

ok thanks will try and get some up

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Hi,

Many thanks for you help, I have attached a photograph of the front of the coins, I will try to attach one of the backs too. I do have photos of them all single aswell if needed.

Cheers, Lewis.

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The first appears to be an 1806 halfpenny and worth a quid or two.

 

The second appears to be an 1825 halfpenny and worth about £30, perhaps.

 

The third I am not familiar with and shall leave that to someone more knowledgeable about ancients.

 

The fourth looks like an 1887 sixpence and worth about £8.

 

These denominations are all dependent upon their diameters and are only estimates in my opinion.

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Your third coin is an Antoninianus of the Emperor Philip II.

 

IMP PHILIPPVS AVG, radiate draped bust right / VIRTVS AVGG, Mars advancing right with spear & trophy.

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Your third coin is an Antoninianus of the Emperor Philip II.

 

IMP PHILIPPVS AVG, radiate draped bust right / VIRTVS AVGG, Mars advancing right with spear & trophy.

thank you for you reply. has the coin got any value?

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thank you for you reply. has the coin got any value?

 

A simple search on Google or eBay could tell you.

 

But here's a link, anyway, to a sold one in similar condition.

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