How much is a Italian 200 lire coin worth?

How much is a Italian 200 lire coin worth?

Although the italian 200 lire coins issued in 1977 are the first ones, they are not classified as rare coins, but as common coins because of the high circulation. Therefore, their present value, depending on their state of preservation, is about 1€.

How much is an Italian lira coin worth?

The rare italian coin of 100 lire of 1956 have a value ranging from 20 to 150€. A 100 lire piece from the year 1957 to 1961 have a value that can reach 600€. The coins from 1962 to 1963 are worth from 100 to 200 € and a piece of 100 lira coins from 1964 to 1967 can be worth about 50€.

What is a 200 lire coin?

The Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato started issuing these 200 Italian Lira coins in 1977. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2002. On the coin of 200 Italian Lire is a gear. The L200 piece is made of aluminium-bronze and has a diameter of 24mm and a weight of 5 grams.

What is Italian lira worth in US dollars?

Convert Italian Lira to US Dollar

ITL USD
1 ITL 0.000598257 USD
5 ITL 0.00299129 USD
10 ITL 0.00598257 USD
25 ITL 0.0149564 USD

How much is a 100 lire Italian coin worth 1976?

Value Range

F UNC
$0.15 $0.85

What is an L50 coin?

The Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato issued Italian Lira coins in 11 different denominations, including this 50 Italian Lire coin (Vulcan small type). This small coin of 50 Italian Lire features Vulcan, Roman god of fire and volcanoes. The L50 coin is only 17mm in diameter and is made of stainless steel.

How much is a lire worth in US dollars?

Convert Italian Lira to US Dollar

ITL USD
1 ITL 0.000597136 USD
5 ITL 0.00298568 USD
10 ITL 0.00597136 USD
25 ITL 0.0149284 USD

How big is a 200 Italian lire coin?

The L200 piece is made of aluminium-bronze and has a diameter of 24mm and a weight of 5 grams. Do you have a 200 Italian Lire coin? Here’s how to exchange it for cash:

How many copies are there of the 200 lira coin?

As far as 1979 is concerned, three variants of 200 lira coins seem to have been put into circulation. The “normal” 200 lire “Lavoro” were drawn in 437,325,000 copies, but for errors of minting some copies are missing the signature of the engraver while others still have the so-called “ peeled head “.

How much is a 1979 200 lira coin worth?

A two hundred liras 1979 “peeled head” in quality FDC can reach high prices, even if its real value is between 30 and 50 euros . The 200 lire of 1979 without the engraver’s signature are worth about ten euros instead.

What kind of alloy is the Italian 200l coin made of?

As already mentioned in this article about cleaning coins, the 200L coins of the Italian Republic are minted in Bronzital, a special bronze alloy composed of Copper and Aluminium, to which Nickel was added after 1968. Let’s start now to go through the history and to analyze the value of these coins.