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I don't know why any way if someone can tell me more info about my coin and if it worth in that state (Napileon Emprator) 1854.
Reason: Split from topic if should never have been made in, and TRIED to expand the mangled and confused question, and moved to correct forum. And added images inline.
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RV-blackbird wrote: ↑17 Sep 2021 05:31i have egypt and libya paper banknote if you want to buy , i will take chance to post a question on your topic that because the admin is close my new topic option i dont't know why any way if some one can tell me more info about my coin and if it wroth in that state (Napileon Emprator) 1854.
Hi RV-blackbird ...
If your question does not sit comfortably in a thread, you should start a new one, with a descriptive title and photograph(s), not just tag it on "anywhere", as that means more work for someone else, and is quickly shut down.
To answer the query, yours is a 5 centime coin, of Napoleon III, dated 1854.
It should look like this :
Napoleon III 1854 Cinq (5) Centime Coin (Reverse)
Yours is, unfortunately, is in about the worst condition possible, and certainly lower grade than could be sold on eBay for a worthwhile sum.
An extremely fine one is worth about GBP £4, two poor ones raised "just one penny"!!
(Note to Mods - Could these last two posts be "chipped off" and appended to topic 81448, which covers similarly worn French coinage? Thanks)
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Do your own homework I suggest.
You have been shown it is possible to buy these for 4 quid if you do some homework.
No-one here is your personal unpaid Secret Shopper Agent.
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