Dear coins of Ukraine. List of expensive coins of Ukraine
Numismatics ( from the Latin. Numisma, nomisma, numismatis - “coin” of ancient Greek. “Established custom, generally accepted order; coin” ) is an auxiliary historical discipline studying the history of coin minting and monetary circulation. From numismatics as a science one should distinguish between numismatic collecting, or collecting coins.
The history of the coins of Ukraine begins with the collapse of the USSR - in 1991, the Carbovanians started walking already. Newer samples of the coin appeared in life as early as 1996 - once the Carbovanian stopped walking. Although the design and appearance, and test production involved a little earlier - since 1992. An interesting fact is that until 1993, the main coins were ordered in Italy, since in Ukraine at that time there was simply no capacity for money and the means to be minted. A little later, the coin production was organized in Lugansk, where, along with ordinary coins, they also produced trial ones (for example, rare ones with a nominal value of 15 kopecks and others). It is these experimental samples - the most valuable, interesting and rare, which are very much hunted by both amateurs and professional collectors.
Only we have the most complete list of the most expensive coins of Ukraine, as well as how much they can cost today! Each of the coins has additional detailed descriptions!
At the moment we have coins with denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50 kopecks. and 1 UAH., although there are plans in the near future to issue a coin with a denomination of 10 UAH .
When evaluating coins, particular attention is paid to the appearance, symbols:
- Obverse is the front part.
- The reverse is part of the stamp
- Edge - the very edge
The cost depends largely on the state and preservation - the newer is more expensive !
1 kopek: rare among coins of this denomination there are coins of 1994 and 1996 of release. The estimated cost of a penny 94th year is 300-600 UAH, Kopek 96th - 80-120 UAH. All other coins of this denomination are quite ordinary. In 1993, 1995 and in the period 1997-1999. coins of this denomination were not issued.
2 kopecks: one of the three most expensive change coins of Ukraine - 2 kopecks of 1992. Its cost reaches 8000 UAH. A bit simpler than 2 kopecks of 1996 and 2003. They cost about 100-120 UAH and 250-300 UAH, respectively. The remaining coins are quite ordinary. Coins with dates 1995, 1997-1999. and 2000 in circulation is not seen.
5 kopecks: one more coin from the three most expensive - 5 kopecks 1994, its value exceeds 3000 UAH. Also quite rare pyataks are 1996 (80-120 UAH) and 2001 (100-150 UAH). Coins with dates 1993, 1995, 1997-2000, 2002 did not appear in circulation. The remaining five-kopeck coins of Ukraine are all ordinary.
10 kopecks: only one more or less rare coin - 10 kopecks of 2001. You can buy it for approximately 100-150 UAH. In 1993, 1995, 1997-2000 coins of this denomination were not minted, and all the others can be easily obtained in the store for change. Details: 10 kopecks 1992. | 10 cop 2001 | 10 cop 2003
25 kopecks: there are only three rare coins of this denomination, this is 1995. (400-600 UAH), 2001 (UAH 100-150), 2003 (700-800 UAH). Quarters did not get minted in 1993, 1997-2000, 2002, 2004. and in 2005. The remaining 25-kopek coins of Ukraine are not rare. Details: 25 kopecks 1992. | 25 cop 2001 | 25 cop 2003
50 kopecks: rare 50 kopecks should be on the reverse of 2001. (UAH 100-150), 2003 (500-600 UAH), 2011. (80-120 UAH). Coins were not put into circulation in 1993, 1997-2000, 2002, 2004. and in 2005. The remaining coins are privates. Details: 50 kopecks 1992. | 50 cop 1996 | 50 kopecks 2001 | 50 cop 2003
1 hryvnia: the third of the most expensive coins of Ukraine - 1 hryvnia in 1992. Its cost is 2000-4000 UAH. Similarly, the rare 1995 hryvnia. (50-120 UAH) and 2008. (50-120 UAH). Not seen in circulation coins with dates of 1993, 1994, 1997-2000, 2007, 2009. The remaining coins are quite ordinary.
1 kopeck 1992 The approximate cost of 300-800 UAH.
Particular attention to the appearance of the coin - there should be a thick strip above the letter "d" and large clusters of viburnum
1 kopeck 1994 Approximate cost up to 2500 UAH.
It happens from different compositions (aluminum, steel, copper, etc.). Rather rare, the price is affected by safety.
1 kopek 1996 The approximate cost is 250 UAH. - 1400 UAH
Quite a rare coin, the price depends on the preserved and alloy, so from steel about 250 UAH., Everything else is more expensive. Must be a big font.
2 kopecks 1992 The approximate cost of 12000-18000 UAH.
A trial run, you can see details on the photo, the price depends on the composition of the coin.
2 kopecks 1993 The approximate cost of 1600 UAH.
The price depends on the composition, because an alloy of aluminum is not valued, and of other metals it is valued.
2 kopecks 1996 Approximate cost from 300 UAH.
Limited edition, value alloy and save coins.
2 kopecks 2003 The approximate cost of 250-550 UAH.
Limited edition, price depends on the condition of the coin.
5 kopecks 1996 The approximate cost of 300 UAH and above.
Price depends on the composition, limited edition.
5 kopecks 2001 The approximate cost of 250-300grn.
10 kopecks 1992 English chisel. Approximate cost from 1750 to 3250 UAH.
In the second cluster, the viburnum berries have the shape of an obtuse triangle. In the third cluster - 5 berries, in the sixth - 4 berries.
The trident depressed (English chisel).
The notch of the herd is small.
10 kopecks 1992 Six-year 1.34 EAM. The approximate cost of 2500 UAH.
On the front side (where the emblem) should be: the middle tooth of a trident is sharp, with a thickening in the upper part, the leaves are flat, arranged in different planes, the date unit with a tail (Italian version).
The reverse side (where the denomination is indicated) must be located: clusters No. 6 - 6 berries, the upper berry of clusters No. 6 at the level of the upper cut of the word “copies”.
The font of letters and numbers is thick.
Edge with a small notch.
Metal - brass.
10 kopecks 1992 Gurt Approximate cost of 2500-5000 UAH.
Pay attention to the coin edge, 10 kopecks of 1992 with a smooth herd can be sold at a price of 100-200 dollars, depending on the variety, degree of preservation and material of the coin.
10 kopecks 1994 Approximate cost about 1150 UAH.
Depending on the alloy of the coin and the image of the "berries" + it depends on which "herd".
The cost of a coin of 10 kopecks of 1994 depends on the variety. Known rare expensive specimens, the price of which reaches up to 1000 UAH.
You can sell expensive 10 kopecks in 1994, which have large berries of viburnum and a small notch of herd. The cost of such coins from 800 to 1150 UAH.
Also known varieties with a large herd, usually they do not represent value, but for fidelity is still worth to consult with experts, appraisers.
More numismatists are interested in 10 kopecks of 1994 with a smooth herd, if the coin is in excellent condition, it can be bought for more than 1000 UAH.
10 kopecks 2001 Approximate cost of about 540grn.
10 kopecks of 2001 was issued by the Mint of the National Bank of Ukraine especially for collection sets.
High cost due to the fact that the coin can not be found in circulation.
10 kopecks of 2001 are of high quality coinage and are found in a private collection.
Features: the size of the pattern is 14.3 mm, the wreath itself is slightly removed from the edge. In the fifth cluster, the stalk approaches the first berry to the left.
25 kopecks 1992 English engraver. Approximate cost from 1250 to 1750 UAH.
Viburnum berries are medium, small notch herd, pressed trident (English chase).
The price for such a coin ranges from 1250 to 1750 UAH.
25 cop 1992 5.1ААв. Approximate cost from 600 UAH.
On the front side (where the coat of arms). The middle tooth of the trident is rounded, thick, the leaves are flat, located in the same plane. The font in the word “Ukraine” is thick, the letter “ї” at the bottom with a tail that rests on the letter “n”, on the right side of the second spike 3 grains. The size of the stamp field is 20 mm (the date is raised from the edge).
Back side (where the denomination is indicated). The berries are large, the font is wide, flat, a bunch of No. 2 has the shape of a rectangular triangle.
Notch fine with protruding teeth.
25 kopecks 1992 3vam. Approximate cost from 17 UAH.
On the front side (where is the coat of arms), the middle tooth of the trident is rounded, thick, the leaves are flat, located in one plane.
The font in the word "Ukraine" is thin, with 4 grains on the right side of the second ear.
Back side (where the denomination is indicated). The berries are large, with holes, the font is thin, embossed, the right berry of cluster No. 5 under the center of the letter “P”.
Small notch with recessed teeth.
25 kopecks in 2001. Estimated cost from 550 UAH.
25 kopecks of 2001 is a rare Ukrainian coin, issued specifically for collection sets. Its cost is much higher than the nominal.
Value is only a coin of high quality. The maximum known price paid for a coin is UAH 859.
Features: a wreath on a coin of 25 kopecks 2001 is removed from the edge, in bunch No. 5, the handle approaches the first berry from the left. The material is aluminum bronze.
25 kopecks 2003 1EAM The approximate cost of 1200-1500 UAH.
25 kopecks of 2003 is a rare collection coin, minted at the Mint of the National Bank of Ukraine specifically for sets of coin collectors.
The wreath on a coin of 25 kopecks 2003 is removed from Kant, in bunch No. 5 the cutting approaches the first berry from the left.
50 kopecks 1992 Smooth edge. Approximate cost from 1000 UAH.
If you have found a coin and it is somehow different from the standard, for example, it has a smooth herd, refer to the coin collectors for a valuation, you may have caught a rare 50 kopecks in 1992 and they can be very expensive to sell.
50 kopecks 1992 Depressed Trident (English chasing). The approximate cost of 1000-1500 UAH.
Because of the wrong sketches, the trident turned out to be pressed into a convex field.
50 kopecks (English coinage) are not often found in circulation, but it is possible to find it.
50 kopecks 1992 Not native metal. The approximate cost of 2000-2500 UAH.
The standard metal from which minted 50 kopecks in 1992 was brass (these coins are worth nothing).
But also coins from silver, metal alloys are known, their cost is 2000-2500 UAH.
50 kopecks 1996 Approximate cost from 400-600 UAH.
50 kopecks in 1996 are made of light brass, these coins are not very valuable.
Much more expensive, you can sell 50 kopecks 1AAk of light brushed brass.
Other metals are also known: silver, aluminum, copper, brass, and even 585 gold.
50 kopecks 2001 Approximate cost from 350 UAH.
In 2001, 50 kopecks were minted for collection sets, so the coin was not used in everyday life.
You can find it in private collections.
Since the circulation was small, and many people want to buy a coin, this explains the high price.
50 kopecks 2003 1 GAM33. Approximate cost from 1500 UAH.
You will not meet in everyday life and it will not give on the change in the store.
50 kopecks of 2003 in Ukraine were minted in limited quantities especially for souvenir sets. Since the circulation is small, and the demand is large, the coin is quite expensive.
You can buy these 50 kopecks at auctions or from collectors.
1 hryvnia 2008 Approximate cost from 250 UAH.
Limited edition. Price depends on the condition of the coin.
1 hryvnia in 2008 is a rare coin of increased coinage, produced for collection sets. In the turnover does not occur, the cost is much more than the nominal.
The image of Prince Vladimir is framed with the inscription "Volodymyr the Great". The material is aluminum bronze.
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