What Value Is On A Queen Victoria 1901 Silver Threepenny Bit In Good Condition?


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As with all collectible currency, there are many variable factors which can influence the value of the coin. How old it is, what kind of condition it is in and if there are a combination of unique numbers can all increase the value of a coin.

It is often difficult to value a coin or note as a certain combination of numbers could have a particular relevance to a certain person which would make it personally valuable to them. Also, we do not know what the future holds and we do not know what will be sought after in years to come; there may be a major event that could make a certain coin valuable. The date that circulation stopped can also have a massive influence on desirability, so the value of your coin could increase dramatically.For one Queen Victoria 1901 Silver three-penny in good condition, it is likely to be worth somewhere between £5-£10. For a more accurate valuation, you should take it to a coin collecting specialist who will be able to give you a more precise value after looking at the condition.

For a rough estimate, have a look on an online auction site such as eBay to establish how much other coins are being sold for. You may not be able to find the exact coin you have but you can roughly make a valuation based on what you see. If you have more than one coin, a set of 3 or more seems to be more valuable. A set of 3 encased in a velvet box sells for around £100 on eBay, obviously depending upon the date and the condition.

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