What coins from the communist period are collectors looking for?
According to the “Gazeta” portal, the coin collector market is growing every year. Over the last few years, the number of people participating in numismatic auctions has doubled. Coins from the communist period enjoy unflagging interest on the part of the collector. One of them was sold for a considerable amount of PLN 195,000. Get to know the details!
Collectors are looking for coins from the People's Republic of Poland
Collectors are eager to buy coins from the communist period. The collector paid 195,000 zlotys for one of them. It was a gold coin minted in 1969. What made it truly special was that it said “pr & oacute; ba” – it meant that the coin had never been released for trading.
Collectors are also looking for a 5 zloty coin with the figure of the Fisherman on the obverse. It reaches a price of up to 9.5 thousand. zloty. Unfortunately, not every coin from a rightly past era can bring us a lot of profit. Of course, the most sought-after coins by collectors are those that are relatively rare.
In addition, remember that in order for us to get a fortune for them, the coin must be in practically perfect condition. The appearance of discoloration, scratches or various types of damage on the coin reduces the value of the coin sold.
Not only coins from the People's Republic of Poland
Also modern coins may turn out to be worth more than the denomination indicated on them. Collectors are looking for coins from the so-called coinage. We are talking about copies that were minted contrary to the design.
There are destructive ones in which the coin's awares do not match the reverse, which comes from a different coin. There are also coins in which the drawing was duplicated. Another is gluing, where one coin is minted on two disks.
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