50 kopecks in 1992. 1.ААг, 1.ААм, 1.ААк, 1.АЕ, 3.ВА, 4.ВА. The cost of 1000-1500 UAH.
Coins of Ukraine are coins issued by the National Bank of Ukraine from 1991 to the present.
The first coins of modern Ukraine ( 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kopecks ) appeared in circulation since September 2, 1996 - together with the introduction of the hryvnia. However, their design was approved in 1992, and they were minted at the end of 1993. During the period of the Kovybovan's conversion (1992-1996), which was formally divided into 100 kopecks, neither coins nor paper currency notes in kopecks were circulated. Since March 12, 1997, a coin with a nominal value of 1 hryvnia ( the 1995 model and trial coins of 1992 ) entered circulation. Until 1993, a number of coins ( 1, 5, 10 and 25 cents ) were issued at the Mint of Italy; Later all coins were produced at the Lugansk cartridge factory.
At present, the National Bank of Ukraine issues coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kopecks in denominations, as well as exchange (turnover) coins of 1 hryvnia .
Price for catalogs: 1000-1500 UAH.
Description: how do you think, how much is a Ukrainian coin of 50 kopecks in 1992? The price can vary from 1000 to 2500 UAH. But not all 50-penny coins are so expensive, there are only a few varieties that coin collectors are willing to buy for a lot of money.
The pressed trident (English coin)
Due to incorrect sketches, the trident turned out dented on a convex field.
50 kopecks (English coinage) are not often found in circulation, but if you are lucky enough to find it, you can sell the coin at auctions of 1000-1500 UAH.
Not native metal
Standard metal, of which 50 copecks were minted in 1992 - brass (these coins are worthless).
But also known coins of silver, metal alloys, their value of 2000-2500 UAH.
Conclusion: a great price is only 50 kopecks with a depressed trident or made in another metal. But if you find a coin and it somehow differs from the standard ones, for example, it has a smooth edge, contact the numismatists for an estimate, you may have got a rare 50 kopeks in 1992 and can be sold expensive.
General view of the coin
What are the varieties of Avers (the front side - the designation in figures)
1 - the average tooth of the trident is sharp, narrow, leaves are embossed - there is a marriage in stamps
2 - the middle tooth of the trident is rounded, thick, the leaves are flat - there are 2 subspecies (2.1, 2.2)
3 - the middle tooth of the trident is rounded, thick, the leaves are flat in one plane, the details on the photo
4 - depressed trident (English version)
Variants of Reverse (reverse - letter designation)
A - the font is flat, in clusters 1 and 3 for 5 berries - there are 5 subspecies of AA, AB, AB, AG, AE, details on the photo
B - relief font, big berries, in bunch No.1 - 5 berries - only 1 BA subspecies, see photo
В - a relief font, big berries, in clusters № 4,5,6 - stuck together berries - only 1 subspecies VA, see the photo
G - relief in relief, small berries in clusters №1,3 - for 5 berries - 2 subspecies GA, GB, details on the photo
The most expensive ones are in stamps 1.ААг, 1.ААм, 1.ААк, 1.АЕ, 3.ВА, 4.ВА
Remember! Brass is a common metal for 50 cents in 1992.
The easiest way to define the English coin is that it is depressed.
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