Dear coins of Ukraine. List of expensive coins of Ukraine
Numismatics ( from lat. Numisma, nomisma, numismatis - “coin”, other Greek: “established custom, generally accepted order; coin” ) is an auxiliary historical discipline that studies the history of coinage and money circulation. From numismatics as a science one should distinguish numismatic collecting, or collecting coins.
The history of Ukrainian coins begins with the collapse of the USSR - in 1991, the Carbovans began to walk. Newer coin samples appeared in life already in 1996 - since then the Carbovan stopped walking. Although the design and appearance, and trial production were 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 or means for minting. A little later, coin production was organized in Lugansk, where, along with ordinary coins, trial ones were also made (for example, rare - with a face value of 15 kopecks and others). It is such experimental samples that are the most valuable, interesting and rare, which both amateurs and professional collectors are very keen on.
Only we have the most complete list of the most expensive coins in 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 face value of 10 UAH .
When evaluating coins, special attention is paid to the appearance and legend:
- The obverse is the front part
- The reverse is part of the stamp
- Edge - the rib itself
The cost largely depends on the condition and safety - a newer one costs more !
1 kopeck: rare among coins of this denomination are coins of 1994 and 1996 of release. The estimated cost of a penny of the 94th year is 300-600 UAH, a penny of the 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 kopeks: one of the three most expensive bargaining coins of Ukraine - 2 kopeks of 1992. Its cost reaches 8000 UAH. A little easier 2 kopeks in 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 not seen in circulation.
5 kopecks: another coin from the top three most expensive - 5 kopecks 1994; its value exceeds 3,000 UAH. Also quite rare dimes 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-copeck coins of Ukraine are all ordinary.
10 kopecks: the more or less rare coin is only one - 10 kopecks in 2001. You can buy it approximately for 100-150 UAH. In 1993, 1995, 1997-2000 coins of this denomination were not minted, and all the rest can be easily obtained at the store for change. Detail: 10 kopecks 1992 | 10 kopecks 2001 | 10 kopecks 2003
25 kopecks: there are only three rare coins of this denomination, this is 1995. (400-600 UAH), 2001 (100-150 UAH), 2003 (700-800 UAH). Chetvertaki were not minted in 1993, 1997-2000, 2002, 2004. and in 2005 The remaining 25 kopek coins of Ukraine are not rare. Detail: 25 kopecks 1992 | 25 kopecks 2001 | 25 kopecks 2003
50 kopecks: a rare 50 kopecks should be on the reverse of 2001. (100-150 UAH), 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 ordinary. Detail: 50 kopecks 1992 | 50 kopecks 1996 | 50 kopecks 2001 | 50 kopecks 2003
1 hryvnia: the third of the most expensive coins in Ukraine is 1 hryvnia in 1992. Its cost is 2000-4000 UAH. Also rare 1995 hryvnia. (50-120 UAH) and 2008. (50-120 UAH). Coins with dates 1993, 1994, 1997, 1997-2000, 2007, 2009, not noticed in circulation The remaining coins are quite ordinary.
1 kopek 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 "th" and large clusters of viburnum
1 kopeck 1994 Estimated cost up to 2500 UAH.
It comes from different compositions (aluminum, steel, copper, etc.). Rare enough, the price is affected by safety.
1 kopek 1996 The approximate cost of 250 UAH. - 1400 UAH.
Quite a rare coin, the price depends on the conservation and alloy, so steel is about 250 UAH., Everything else is more expensive. There must be a large font.
2 kopeks 1992 The approximate cost of 12000-18000 UAH.
Trial run, the photo shows the details, the price depends on the composition of the coin.
2 kopeks 1993 The approximate cost of 1600 UAH.
The price depends on the composition, so aluminum alloy is not to be appreciated, from other metals to be appreciated.
2 kopeks 1996 Approximate cost from 300 UAH.
Limited edition, valued alloy and preserving coins.
2 kopecks 2003 The approximate cost of 250-550 UAH.
Limited edition, price depends on the state 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 250-300 UAH.
10 kopecks 1992 English coinage. Approximate cost from 1750 to 3250 UAH.
In the second cluster, the berries of viburnum have the shape of an obtuse triangle. In the third cluster - 5 berries, in the sixth - 4 berries.
Depressed trident (English coinage).
The notch is small.
10 kopecks 1992 Six year old 1.34 EA. The approximate cost of 2500 UAH.
On the front side (where the coat of arms) should be: the trident's middle tooth 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 face value is indicated) should be: clusters No. 6 - 6 berries, the upper berry of cluster No. 6 at the level of the upper slice of the word "copy".
The font of letters and numbers is thick.
Fine notched edge.
Metal is brass.
10 kopecks 1992 Hert. The approximate cost of 2500-5000grn.
Pay attention to the edge of the coin, 10 kopecks in 1992 with a smooth edge 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 The approximate cost is about 1150 UAH.
Depending on the coin alloy and the image of “berries” + depending on which “edge”.
The cost of a coin of 10 kopecks in 1994 depends on the variety. Rare expensive specimens are known, the price of which reaches 1000 UAH.
You can sell expensively 10 kopecks in 1994, which have large berries of viburnum and a small notch of herd. The cost of such coins is from 800 to 1150 UAH.
Varieties with a large edge are also known, usually they are of no value, but for the sake of fidelity it is still worth consulting with expert evaluators.
More numismatists are interested in 10 kopecks in 1994 with a smooth edge, if the coin is in excellent condition, it can be bought for more than 1000 UAH.
10 kopecks 2001 The approximate cost is about 540 UAH.
10 kopecks in 2001 was issued by the Banknote and Mint of the National Bank of Ukraine specifically for collectible sets.
The high cost is due to the fact that the coin cannot be found in circulation.
10 kopecks in 2001 have a high quality of coinage and are found in private collections.
Features: the size of the drawing is 14.3 mm, the wreath itself is slightly removed from the edging. In the fifth cluster, the stalk approaches the first left berry.
25 kopeks 1992. English coinage. Approximate cost from 1250 to 1750 UAH.
Viburnum berries are medium, a small notch of the herd, a pressed trident (English embossing).
The price for such a coin ranges from 1250 to 1750 UAH.
25 kopecks 1992 5.1AAv. Approximate cost from 600 UAH.
On the front side (where is the coat of arms). The trident's middle tooth is rounded, thick, leaves are flat, located in one plane. The font in the word “Ukraine” is thick, the letter “ї” below with a tail that rests against the letter “n”, on the right side of the second ear there are 3 grains. The size of the stamp field is 20 mm (the date is raised from the edge).
The back side (where the face value is indicated). The berries are large, the font is wide, flat, bunch No. 2 has the shape of a rectangular triangle.
The notch is small with protruding teeth.
25 kopecks 1992 3VAM. Approximate cost from 17 UAH.
On the front side (where the coat of arms), the trident's middle tooth is rounded, thick, leaves are flat, are located in one plane.
The font in the word "Ukraine" is thin, on the right side of the second ear there are 4 grains.
The back side (where the face value 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".
The notch is small with recessed denticles.
25 kopecks in 2001. Approximate cost from 550 UAH.
25 kopecks in 2001 a rare Ukrainian coin, issued especially for collectible sets. Its cost is much higher than the face value.
Value is only a coin of high quality. The maximum known price paid for the coin is 859 UAH.
Features: a wreath on a coin of 25 kopecks 2001 is removed from the edging; in cluster No. 5, the stalk approaches the first berry on the left. Material - aluminum bronze.
25 kopecks 2003 1EAm. The approximate cost of 1200-1500 UAH.
25 kopecks in 2003, a rare collectible coin, minted by the Banknote and Mint of the National Bank of Ukraine specifically for sets of numismatists.
A wreath on a coin of 25 kopecks 2003 is removed from the edging; in cluster No. 5, the stalk approaches the first berry on the left.
50 kopecks 1992 Smooth edge. Approximate cost from 1000 UAH.
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 assessment, maybe you came across a rare 50 kopecks in 1992 and can be sold very expensively.
50 kopecks 1992 The pressed trident (English coinage). The approximate cost of 1000-1500 UAH.
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 it is possible to find it.
50 kopecks 1992 Not a native metal. The approximate cost of 2000-2500 UAH.
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.
50 kopecks 1996 Estimated cost from 400-600 UAH.
50 kopecks of 1996 are made of light brass, these coins are not very appreciated.
It’s much more expensive to sell 50 kopecks 1AAK of light matte brass.
Other metal options 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 collectible sets, so the coin did not get into use.
You can find it in private collections.
Since the circulation was small, and many want to buy a coin, this explains the high price.
50 kopecks 2003 1 GAM33. Estimated cost from 1500 UAH.
You will not meet in everyday life and it will not be given for change in the store.
50 kopecks of 2003 were minted in Ukraine in a limited number specifically for souvenir sets. Since the circulation is small and demand is large, the coin is quite expensive.
You can buy these 50 cents at auctions or from collectors.
1 hryvnia 2008 Approximate cost from 250 UAH.
Limited edition. The price depends on the state of the coin.
1 hryvnia 2008 - a rare coin of increased coinage, issued for collector's sets. It is not found in circulation, the cost is much more than the face value.
The image of Prince Vladimir is framed by the inscription "Volodymyr the Great." Material - aluminum bronze.
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