– The interest in Spanish coins is still alive.
– In order to combat inflation and price increases, there is a need to search for our old Spanish coins and sell these models in auctions or collectible markets to revive our household economy.
– These valuable items could become treasures if sold in the collector’s market.
– Therefore, if you have old coins, do not throw them away as trash, but check if they are of interest to coin collectors.
– The collector’s market has proven that some models can exceed their actual value exponentially.
– For example, the Bank of Spain estimates that there are still around 266.05 billion 5-peseta coins that have not been exchanged, so there might still be some coins in your home and with luck, you could obtain a substantial amount according to their current collectible value.
– Although exchange is no longer possible, many coins still hold high economic value among collectors today.
– Therefore, if you have a suitable coin in good condition, you can obtain a significant amount.
– Among the valuable pesetas, the most valuable one is a 5-peseta coin, which can reach up to 40,000 euros in auction websites like Foronum, Ibercoin, Todo Colección, or Ebay.
– There are also other old coins that can reach up to 800,000 euros in the second-hand market.
– Segoviano Centén
– This 100-scuudo Spanish coin was minted twice in 1609 and 1633. It was sold for 800,000 euros in 2009. Its current value is estimated to be even higher, but it has not appeared in any auctions since then, making it difficult to determine its exact value.
– Pamplona’s 8-scuudo coin
– One of the most valuable Spanish coins, the 8-scuudo coin weighing 27 grams, known as “SpainScudo,” was minted in Pamplona during the reign of Philip IV in 1652. It appeared in an auction in 2012 for 614,250 euros.
– 100-peseta coin of Amadeo I period
– In 2018 and 2019, this coin was sold at auctions for 114,000 euros and 164,000 euros, respectively. This 100-peseta coin was minted in yellow color during the two-year reign of Amadeo I de Saboya in 1871. Collectors appreciate this artwork with its special reputation.
– The first 100-peseta coin
– The first 100-peseta coin minted in Spain is one of the “rarest” coins among Spanish coins. It has a unique design with the figure of Hispania and holding an olive branch in the left hand, making it highly valued in the world of collectors. It appeared in an auction for 460,000 euros in 2021, with only 12 models ever minted.
– “Duro” or “rare” 5-peseta
– After the reform of currency policy, the 5-peseta silver coin, also known as the “dirty” coin among the public, played a significant role in the new economic system. It was minted in 1969 and due to being a gift to the new authorities of the country, its quantity is limited.
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