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50 kopecks in 1996. Approximate cost from 400-600 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 cents ) 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 converted into circulation. Since March 12, 1997, a coin with a nominal value of 1 hryvnia (a sample of 1995 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 with a nominal value of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kopecks , as well as exchange (turnover) coins of 1 hryvnia .

50 kopecks in 1996. Approximate cost from 400-600 UAH.

Price for catalogs: 400-600 UAH.

Description : 50 kopeks in 1996 is a rare coin of Ukraine, which can be sold quite expensive.

Usually 50 kopecks in 1996 are made of light brass, these coins are not very much appreciated. It is much more expensive to sell 50 kopecks 1AAk from light matte brass.

Other variants of metals are also known: silver, aluminum, copper, brass and even gold of 585 tests.

Numismatists are ready to buy a coin for 400-600 hryvnias (small fine wood). The price depends on the degree of preservation of the specimen.

The price for such 50 kopecks comes to 1550 UAH. and more. In 2017, 50 kopecks of 1996 from aluminum were sold at the Violity auction for UAH 3,560.