Which South African coins are rare?
Most valuable South African coins value list
- Single 9 Pond (1898) Single 9 Pond.
- Kruger Double Nine Ponds (1899)
- Burgers Pond Coarse Beard (1874)
- Sammy Marks Tickey (1898)
- Burgers Pond Fine Beard (1874)
- VeldPond (1902)
- Mandela 90th Birthday Coin (2008)
- Mandela’s 100th Birthday R5 coin (2018)
What is the value of a Kruger pond?
So the Kruger Pond would be worth around $400.00. The value of this Kruger Pond would be closely fixed to the price of Gold. The above Kruger Pond gold coin was graded by NGC and received a Grade of VF35.
What is the weight of a Kruger pond?
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Are there any 1895 gold coins in South Africa?
The first is a South Africa 1895 gold 1/2 Pond. NGC received two such pieces recently. The coins are gold and within the weight tolerance, but they feature many other diagnostics that are indicative of a counterfeit. The counterfeits have the wrong gold color and luster when compared to other ZAR South African gold pieces.
How much is a 1895 half pond worth?
There are no scraper marks and the rim is flat. 1895 Half Pond. Between XF and AU this is a very common half pond year so the value would be around $350. 1892 3 P. Badly damaged obverse, less than $10. 1894 6 P. Looks like an XF, worth about $100. 16th February 2014 Tony sent in this picture enquiring if he had a single shaft 1892 1/2 pond.
Where was the pond coin minted in South Africa?
1897 1/2 Pond (Pound) Gold coin minted by the South African Rand Refinery. These are exactly the same dimensions and Gold content as the British half Sovereign. They feature the portrait of Paul Kruger and the Transvaal Coat of Arms.
Are there any gold coins in South Africa?
South African Gold Coins 1892-1900 Until it was dissolved in 1902 following the Anglo-Boer War with Great Britain, the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR) produced a rich array of coins and banknotes. Perhaps the most appealing of the coins were the gold pieces, consisting of the een pond (one pound) and half pond issues of 1892-1900.