50 kopecks 1992 1.AAg, 1.AAm, 1.AAk, 1.AE, 3.VA, 4.VA The cost of 1000-1500 UAH.
Coins of Ukraine - 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 on September 2, 1996 - along with the introduction of the hryvnia. However, their design was approved back in 1992, and they were minted at the end of 1993. During the period of circulation of the carbovanets (1992-1996), which was formally divided into 100 kopecks, neither coins nor paper bills in kopecks were issued. On March 12, 1997, a coin with a face value of 1 hryvnia came into circulation ( 1995 sample and 1992 trial coins ). Until 1993, a number of coins ( 1, 5, 10 and 25 kopecks ) were issued at the Mint of Italy; subsequently, all coins were issued at the Lugansk cartridge plant.
Currently, the National Bank of Ukraine issues small change coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kopecks , as well as exchange rate (negotiable) coins in denominations of 1 hryvnia .
Catalog price: 1000-1500 UAH.
Description: how much do you think the Ukrainian coin is worth 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 numismatists are willing to buy for a lot of money.
Depressed Trident (English coinage)
Due to incorrect sketches, the trident turned out to be pressed into a convex field.
50 kopecks (English coinage) are not often found in circulation, but if you are lucky to find it, a coin can be sold at auctions of 1000-1500 UAH.
Not native metal
The standard metal from which 50 kopecks was minted in 1992 is brass (these coins are worthless).
But coins from silver, metal alloys are also known, their value is 2000-2500 UAH.
Conclusion: only 50 kopecks with a pressed trident or made in another metal have a great price. But if you find a coin and it is somehow different from the standard ones, for example, it has a smooth edge, contact the numismatists for an assessment, maybe you came across a rare 50 kopecks in 1992 and can be sold expensively.
General view of the coin
What are the varieties of Obverse (front side - designation in numbers)
1 - the trident's middle tooth is sharp, narrow, the leaves are embossed - there is a marriage in the stamps
2 - the trident's middle tooth is rounded, thick, leaves are flat - there are 2 subspecies (2.1, 2.2)
3 - the middle tooth of the trident is rounded, thick, leaves are flat in one plane, details in the photo
4 - pressed trident (English version)
Varieties of Reverse (reverse side - lettering)
A - the font is flat, in clusters No. 1 and 3 each of 5 berries - there are 5 subspecies AA, AB, AB, AG, AE, details on the photo
B - font relief, berries are large, in cluster No. 1 - 5 berries - only 1 subspecies of BA, see photo
B - relief font, berries are large, in clusters No. 4,5,6 - stuck together berries - only 1 subspecies of VA, see photo
G - embossed font, small berries, in clusters No. 1.3 - 5 berries each - 2 subspecies GA, GB, details on the photo
The most expensive ones are in the stamps 1.AAg, 1.AAm, 1.AAk, 1.AE, 3.VA, 4.VA
Remember! Brass is a common metal for 50 kopecks in 1992.
The easiest way to determine the English coinage - it is depressed.
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