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  Reply # 2018325 18-May-2018 13:40
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20 cents!

 

 





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  Reply # 2018342 18-May-2018 14:08
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I have swapped old coins for new at the Reserve Bank No. 1 The Terrace in Wellington where they had a tin at reception for changing small amounts. That was about 5 years ago. It doesn't help if you don't live in Wellington area though.





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  Reply # 2018805 19-May-2018 09:54
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https://www.allcoinvalues.com/new-zealand-coins-and-notes/1935-new-zealand-threepence-value.html

 

I did a little research on the possible value of my three 1935 threepences (mintage approx. 40364), as shown in the above web site. It looks like they could be worth at least $120 each?

 

So, it may not pay to dump hundreds of coins on a coin dealer without first looking carefully through them!

 

 


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  Reply # 2019095 19-May-2018 17:34
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Stu: This isn't Nerdzone, it's Geekzone!

 

I dunno, man. Sometimes there's a bit of crossover tongue-out


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  Reply # 2019647 21-May-2018 10:10
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frednz:

 

https://www.allcoinvalues.com/new-zealand-coins-and-notes/1935-new-zealand-threepence-value.html

 

I did a little research on the possible value of my three 1935 threepences (mintage approx. 40364), as shown in the above web site. It looks like they could be worth at least $120 each?

 

So, it may not pay to dump hundreds of coins on a coin dealer without first looking carefully through them!

 

 

Unfortunately what a catalogue says they're worth and what you can get a collector to pay for them are often quite different. And of course a dealer will pay even less as he wants to make a healthy profit when he sells it on to a collector.


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