Many Brazilians still don’t know, but some do Coins It can cost a lot more than printing. According to collectors, these things are called rare coins.
Currency currently the most valuable
Experts claim that Currency The most valuable in the country is estimated at 2.3 million Brazilian reais. The coin relates to the first mint in Brazil after independence in 1822, the so-called coronation coin.
According to collectors, the coin is the most expensive because it is made of gold, and was created in celebration of the coronation of Dom Pedro I. Only 64 units of this model were made print. Namely, in 2014, during an auction, the item was sold for 2.37 million Brazilian reais.
Official information indicates that the coin was issued in a few units because the emperor was not satisfied with the result. The figure was topless and would have liked to be painted in military uniform.
other rare coins
A $1 coin can be worth up to $10,000
One of the most sought after coins by coin collectors is the R$1 coin created by the central bank (B.C.E.) for the Rio Olympics. However, the rarest one is the handing over of the flag, made to honor the passage of the London Olympics in 2012.
However, some numismatists sell the coins at a lower price. That’s because the flag delivery coin has 2 million copies, while the other coins have 20 million copies.
In addition, it is possible to find these coins online with values ranging from R$175 to R$300. Athletics, Tom and Vinicius mascots, Swimming and Paratriathlon coins have values starting at $8 USD.
It is important to know that when coins were issued they were very easy to find, however, over the years their use has become increasingly rare.
A rare 0.50 Brazilian Real coin
The Central Bank produced 40 thousand units of coins of 0.50 Brazilian real with a very gross error, without the number 0. The form was in circulation in the country until 2012, when BC began to withdraw it from circulation. However, the bank could not find all the coins.
Since BC still can’t collect all the units, there are still some of these items in someone’s pocket or purse, or even circulating around the country without anyone noticing the error. Finally, if you own the coin, there are collectors who can pay up to R$700 to have it in their collections.
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