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What Is A Georgivs V Dei Gra Britt Omn Rex Fid Def Ind Imp One Penny 1936 Worth?

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Monica Stott answered
The coin, Georgivs V Dei Gra Britt Omn Rex Fid Def Ind Imp One Penny 1936, is considered amongst the collector’s items, thus, it is highly valuable. The worth of such a coin can only be understood by people who know its importance.

However, the worth of the Georgivs V Dei Gra Britt Omn Rex Fid Def Ind Imp One Penny 1936 is positively correlated with a number of factors including the condition it is in, mint mark and the date of printing. The better the condition the coin is in, the higher will be the worth of the coin, and vice versa.

There is no proper estimate of the worth of the coin as there can be instances where the coin is worth nothing as the coin is not in a condition for being preserved. The value of the coin will rise only and if it is in an extremely good state.

The coins issued by King George V come in a variety of makes and denominations. They come in bronze, copper, gold and silver.

The Georgivs V Dei Gra Britt Omn Rex Fid Def Ind Imp One Penny 1936, comprises of king George V on one side of the coin, and on the other side there is a metaphorical symbol of Britannia inclined on a rock with a trident and a buffer to signify Britain’s mastery of the sea and the wide-reaching kingdom.

However, in order to gain more information related to the value of the Georgivs V Dei Gra Britt Omn Rex Fid Def Ind Imp One Penny 1936, its pictures and other relevant information, the book, the standard   catalogue of world coins, can be consulted. The book is easily available in different libraries or in various online bookstores.

Furthermore, the worth of this coin will depend upon what the buyer is willing to pay for it. A person, who is in need of these coins, in order to complete his or her collection, will be willing to pay a higher price as compared to a buyer who does not have such an immediate buying requirement.
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Anonymous answered
On the back of my penny it has a second image of another face? Is this rare? What is it worth?
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Howie Levita answered
King George V of England, etc., from 1910 to 1936...value depends on condition and scarcity.
Probably worth about a penny if not BU...

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