Currently, sales rare notes It gained great fame. This is because banknote collectors often look for notes that are no longer in circulation, or those that are hard to come by.
With this said, you may have a high value on your hands, but you still don’t know it. There are many rare banknotes and coins that collectors are looking for at the moment, with the R$1 coin and another R$0.50 highlighted. Check out more information below and find out when each one can be currently valid.
A rare 1 Brazilian Real coin of great value
Numerologists are looking for 1 Brazilian Real coins created by Central Bank (BC) for the Rio Olympics. The rarest, however, is the handing over of the flag, designed to honor the passage of the London Olympics in 2012.
According to collectors, the main rule is: the older the coin, the more expensive and rare it is. Coins made for the 2016 Rio Olympics can cost up to R$7,000.
However, some sell coins at a lower price. This is because the flag-delivery coin has 2 million copies, and the other, 20 million copies.
Additionally, you can find these coins online with values ranging from BRL 175 to BRL 300. Athletics coins, Tom, Vinicius, Swimming and Paratriathlon mascots have values starting at $8.
However, it is important to inform you that when coins were first issued, they were very easy to find, and as the years went by, their use became increasingly rare.
A rare 0.50 Brazilian Real coin
The rare 0.50 Brazilian reais costume, produced by the Central Bank, had 44,000 copies with a very critical error, not printing the number 0. The model circulated in the country until 2012, when BC began to withdraw it from circulation. However, the bank could not find all the coins.
Since BC has not yet been able to collect all the units, there are still some of these items in someone’s pocket or purse, or even circulating across the country without anyone noticing the error. However, if you have the coin, there are coin collectors who can pay up to R$700 to get it in their collections.
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