Special print in the crown

I have this swedish 5 öre from 1964, with "50" printed in the crown, do you know, if it has any value, and how many there is 

2replies Oldest first
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Active threads
  • Popular
  • Tina --

    Yes, it is valuable. You have quite a collection. Don't sell it to the lowest bidder.

    Here is the '50' 5 ore written up in my database.

    Coin sets Sweden / Sweden / Schweden / Suède / Sverige Gustaw VI Adolf 1950-1973. 5 öre 1964 Stockholm Av .: Horizontal inscription below the crown: GUSTAF VI ADOLF SVERIGES KONUNG, below the mark of the mint master Bankt Ulvfot. Rw .: Under the crown nominate 5, on the side the date 19-64, at the bottom ÖRE A very rare variety with a punch 50 on the crown on the obverse A - 128b Weight / Weight: 7.92 g Cu Metal: Diameter / diameter: 27 mm State of preservation / condition: 2 (EF) Starting Price: 150 PLN ...

    It sold for $29 US dollars

  • Hi Paul

    Thank you for the answer, I has ask the same in Danish coin groups on facebook, and was told it not wa rare. But now I known I was right, but why can't I find anything in World Coins about it :-)

Like Follow
  • 1 yr agoLast active
  • 2Replies
  • 23Views
  • 2 Following