What would be the value of a tin weighing 1875gms filled with 5c coins?
You do not state how heavy the time is.
An Australian 5 cent coin weighs 2.83 grams.
Making no allowance for the weight of the tin, you have about $33 worth of 5 cent coins.
An Australian 5 cent coin weighs 2.83 grams.
Making no allowance for the weight of the tin, you have about $33 worth of 5 cent coins.
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The folder number is not related to the coins' values. You need to know the coins' dates, conditions, and mint marks. You can then get an idea of their retail values by checking a site such as the two linked below
There are thirty coins in the complete Olympic Series for 1976. These consist of 28 silver coins (14 $5 coins, 14 $10 coins) and 2 gold bullion coins. I personally have all the silver coins in a wooden display case, with each coin in its own plastic protective case. Unfortunately, 20 million sets were minted and so the coins are valueless from a collector viewpoint, and worth only the melt value of the silver. At current silver prices, I'd say the $10 coins are worth about $20 and the $5s about $10. Check on e bay there are a few that go for 650.00 US and up, and if you join a collectors club you might fetch more depending on the condition. I am talking about proof set.
if you have uncirculated with every coin AND date AND mint then it would be a good $1000 USA currency.
By proof I am thinking you mean still packaged, there are several other things that would make it more valuable such as the mint marks the dates, etc. I figure you know this already if you are collecting them you can do a search on Canadian coins for which you have, but I will include here some sites to get you going . http://www.jandm.com/script/getitem.asp?CID=5&PID=20 . http://www.members.shaw.ca/kcic1/coins.html . http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coins_of_the_Canadian_dollar#Denominations
What is the largest possible value of coins is it possible to have without having any coins which will add to 4 dollars coins are 5c 10c 20c 50c 1 dollar 2 dollar?
Tentatively I will say $4.35, with for instance:. 19 x 20c. 1 x 50c. 1 x 5c. It's possible that a rigorous method exists, but this is just a fudged guess. Any advances on it?
An empty vial weighs 60.77 g and has a volume of 8.6 mL How much would it weigh if it was filled with water with a density of 997 gmL?
8.57 g. D=mass/volume Wanting to fight weight of the vial so you would use Mass=density*volume 8.6mL is volume .997g/mL is density
In New Zealand It is a Tuatara, but they have recently abolished the five cent coin.
You can look them up on an internet auction website, or take them to a pawn shop or a coin shop.
And? Please post a new question that's specific enough to answer. Include the coin's date and denomination, and what country it's from. If it's a U.S. coin look for a small letter like a P, D, O, or S somewhere in the design. It may not have one, but if it does include that in your question.
You have 2 coins in your hand worth 15c if one of the coins is not a 5c piece what are the 2 coins you possess?
For American currency. You have two coins worth a total of 15cents. One of the coins is not a nickel. What are they? The one that's not a nickel is a dime. The OTHER coin is a nickel.
I have one as well....all I can tell you is that there is a date on the saide of the coin that is 5c it is in the corner of the flowers and the coin I have 1923 tests to be silver
One of the largest ever recorded was 15 lbs and 7 oz. The baby was not changed after urining 4 times and he had diarrhea. This was done in a Huggies overnight diaper. They can also be very light, it depends on how much the baby had to go.
You need to describe the coin in order for anyone to answer your question on WikiAnswers. Things like, what country is it from, what year, etc.
If the bathtub's dimensions are 1524 x 813 x 451mm, and the average can of beans is 28 oz, and you're emptying the beans into the tub, then it should take about 675 cans to fill the tub up to the brim with beans.
The weight of a Â£1 coin is 9.5 grams. Therefore 5,000 would weigh 47,500 grams. This equates to:. 47.5 kilo. 105 lb. Curiously, at todays' market values, this weight in gold (105lb) would be worth $1,464,320.. 5000lb of gold (which, lest we forget, is what the currency used to be based upon) would be worth over $70million
1. Cent or penny, not "pennie" 2. Steel, not tin 3. 1943, not 1945 Assuming that "coin" is correct, you have a wartime cent minted out of steel to save copper for use in ammunition. In average condition it's worth 25 to 35 cents. If you have a silver-colored cent with a different date it's been plated. Plating a coin destroys any collector value so if it's not dated 1943 it's only worth 1 cent.
What would the value of a pewter vase with the name SNORRE and NORSK in the back. It has a number as well and initial. It is norwegian with pictures of a ship and a horseman repeated around the base of the vase.
If a jar is filled with only dimes and quarters and there are 57 coins and the value is 19.00 how many quarters are there?
Not possible, the maximum value of 1 dime and 56 quarters is $14.10. Increasing the number of dimes reduces the total value by 15c per dime
To learn the value of your coins, you need to study from a book and learn about identifying coins and grading them. See the related question below for more information.
It depends on what you mean by "defaced". Normally that means serious damage to the design on one or both sides. There are many different kinds of minting errors that can occur, ranging from the trivial (a filled die resulting in a missing letter or number) up to significant errors such as multiple strikes, clips, brockages, etc. Please post a new question with more details.
You have to know what it is. What country, what date, what denomination. Then you have to grade the condition. There are books that explain how to do this.
Cans of tomatoes are sold in varying weights. Most people buy 14.5oz and 28oz. cans.
Many US cents minted during the period from 1864 to 1982 contained small amounts of tin. Even though most people call them "copper" pennies they were actually made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper with tin and/or zinc. Depending on a number of factors, the Mint sometimes used just copper and zinc, or sometimes copper, tin, and zinc to make the bronze alloy. The copper content was always 95% but the proportions of tin and/or zinc in other 5% varied.
does. Sir or madam, why are you studying how much a tin cup weighs when your grammar obviously needs improvement. Also you should specify if this cup is the actual size of a cup measurement or if it is simply a beverage-holding container. Seriously, go read a textbook. Now.
It would depend on what coin it is, what year, what country and the condition of the coin.
Depends on what tomato tin you've got! Check in your kitchen but if you do not have a tin of tomatoes the answer is:- 400 grams (from sainsbury)
From 1961 through 1964 - silver (2.83 grams at 50% pure - 0.0455 troy ounces ASW [Actual Silver Weight]) From 1965 through 1982 - nickel (2.5 grams) From 1990 onward - copper-plated steel (4.5 grams)
Can you help me i have an Irish punt coin with a rare fault on the edge there should be a channel but this coin has only tin lines the same as an old Irish 10p i would like to get a valuation?
It is not impossible that you have a Punt coin struck on an old (large) 10 Pence planchet. The coins are not too different in diameter and you would be amazed at how often this occurs at mints around the world. Any coin with a "genuine" minting flaw would have some value, above the usual, as a collectible coin. Genuinely flawed coins are not necessarily known about or documented until somebody turns up with one, since they are an "accident" of the minting process, and have escaped detection during quality control at the mint therefore, a valuation cannot be anticipated. A reputable coin dealer should be able to identify and confirm the coin as genuine and make a valuation.
To many variables to determine. Consult a catalog, available online or at your local library. In most cases the value is going to be pretty low, as Washington is a common subject for definitive stamps. But there are some with some good values to them!
There are multiple animals on 5 cent coins depending on the country and time period such as the Buffalo on the US "buffalo nickel", the Beaver on the Canadian nickel, etc.
That depends on the type of cement used, and the measurement base (Metric or Imperial (inches)). Also cubic measurements are made with 3 base numbers, not 2 so your cubic feet of the barrel is not known, so your weight cannot be estimated. Cement weighs in between 90 and 135 pounds per cubic foot - although special mixes can weigh a lot more or less.
1p = 3.56g; 1Ton = 1000kg = 1000000g; 1000000 / 3.56 = 280 898.876 1p coins
United States Scott #933. You can purchase a used copy for 15cents. A mint, or unused, copy would be 45 cents.
Check your local telephone directory or the internet for "coin dealers" in your area. The only 1805 British coin produced by the Royal Mint was a gold Half-Guinea. You may have an Irish 5 or 10 Pence Bank token or an Irish Penny or Halfpenny.
Are you serious? You can't figure that out? I hope you're either under 6 years old or an American and your lack of rudimentary maths skills can't spread beyond your borders or coastline.
80, because there are 400 cents in 4 Dollars, and 400 divided by 5 = 80.
The normal non-commemorative Australian 50 cent coin has thekangaroo and emu on the reverse as a part of the Australian Coat ofArms. Here's the full list of coins, identifying the reverse design: 1c: feathertail glider (no longer minted) 2c: frill-necked lizard (no longer minted) 5c: echidna 10c: superb lyrebird 20c: platypus 50c: Coat of Arms with kangaroo & emu (non-commerative coins) $1: five kangaroos (non-commerative coins) $2: aboriginal elder The obverse design has the Queen.
the value of a scrap tin is.... Firstly...Tin cans are not Tin! They are steel cans witha Tin wash in them to retard rust. They are worth light iron rate at your local yard, give or take. True Tin is worth MORE than copper!
A US five cent piece weighs 5.00 grams, has a composition of 0.750 copper & 0.250 nickel and a diameter: 21.2 mm.
Wiki Answers will automatically interfere with any answer given that is the address of a webpage. Better to use a search engine, or simply ask your coin-value questions, here.
A British 1684 tin Farthing (Charles II), circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from Â£50 to Â£3,250 GBP. A British 1685 tin Farthing (Charles II), is considered to be extremely rare. The tin farthings were produced as something of a "Government assistance" to the ailing Cornish tin industry at that time. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse. This is normal. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin.
It would depend on the denominations of the coins. Post new question with more information.
There are many different auction sites scattered all over the web. I recommend you make an enquiry as to what sort of price you should value it.
8-5-11>>> This is a American Silver Eagle 1 ounce bullion coin. The value is tied to the spot price of silver at time of sale. Right now it's $39.06 per ounce. This price is a little less than you could buy it for and a little more than you could sell it for. But it gives you an idea of value. NOTE: The spot price of silver and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. So the value of this coin will go up and down.
Australian coins will not rust since none of them contain any iron, they may develop a patina or become discoloured if left in a moist environment. The money tin may rust though.
The only animal to appear on the 5c coin in US currency is thebuffalo (1913-1938) Canadian 5c coins normally have a picture of a beaver building adam, although special commemoratives issued during the 1967Centennial carry a picture of a snowshoe hare. Australian 5c coins have a picture of an echidna, which is anunusual egg-laying mammal found only in that country. New Zealand 5c coins carried a picture of a reptile called atuatara. The denomination was eliminated in 2006 due to lowpurchasing power.
You are asking about a 5 Cent coin from South Africa (KM#59). The coin is 17.35mm in diameter, weighs 2.83 grams, and is composed of 50%, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 0.0455 troy ounces. With silver (as of November 18, 2012) valued at US$32.25 per troy ounce, the "melt" value of the coin is about US$1.46. Being made of silver, the coin would no longer circulate, but its face value (with the South African Rand valued at 11.28 US cents as of November 18, 2012) is slightly over one half a US cent. The front of the coin bears a portrait of Jan van Riebeeck (a 17th-century Dutch colonial administrator and founder of Cape Town) and the words "UNITY IS STRENGTH" and "EENDRAG MAAK MAG" (Afrikaans for "Unity is Strength"). The back bears an image of a protea flower surrounded by five bundles of sticks, the date "1963" above, the denomination "5 C" below, "SOUTH AFRICA" to the left and "SUID-AFRIKA" (Afrikaans for "South Africa") to the right. 8,054,000 were produced for circulation in 1963, as well as another 4,025 in Proof for collectors According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, the coin is worth little over its silver value (US$1.46) even in Uncirculated condition. In Proof, it would be valued at about US$3.00.
A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the otherone is.
The iPhone 5c weighs 4.65 ounches. It is heavier than the iPhone 5and 5s which weight 3.95.
question does not say 10 what 2 x 5c coins = 10c 200 x 5c coins = $10