i have a 100$ coin v.carranza 1990. how much is it worth?

5 years ago #1
brendabblol10
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i have a 100$ coin v.carranza 1990. how much is it worth?

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5 years ago #2
jade
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I think this coin worth its face value. To convert to US$ check here: http://coinmill.com/MXN_calculator.html

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4 years ago #3
DC
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I just found one myself, and found it's worth $8.53 when converted into us dollars.

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4 years ago #4
jade
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What I meant is that ths is not a rare coin and will get only its face value. Converting to US$ was another issue.

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3 years ago #5
S. Smith
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Not sure exactly how much, but a lot! There was only 1 minted in 1990

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1 year ago #6
kbby0808
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They were actually minted till 1993 so your problem wrong you can buy these for a quarter because they are worthless not a legal tender anymore

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12 months ago #7
Jimmies
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this 1990

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12 months ago #8
Marra M
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How much is a $100 V. Carranza coin worth?

Hi there Jimmies

1990 V. Carranza Mexico 100 dollars is not worth that much when converted to US dollars

Extremely Fine Condition - 51 cents (US dollar)

Very Fine Condition- 28 to 51 cents (US dollar)

These coins are usually made of aluminum bronze alloy and weighs 11.8 grams and measures 26.63 millimeters in diameter. These coins were issued from 1984 until 1992. As of 2014 they are no longer considered as legal tender.

Venustiano Carranza was one of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. He became President in 1917 and was assassinated two years after that while he was trying to flee with stolen national funds.

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11 months ago #9
ekramy.diven
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11 months ago #10
Marra M
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Hi there Ekramy

Kindly rephrase the question please. Don't forget to include clear close up photos of both sides of what you are referring to.

Best regards!

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8 months ago #11
Zack
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People are selling them on eBay for 3dollars or less

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8 months ago #12
akki
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hiii...
i have this coin... how cn i sell this coin...

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8 months ago #13
Marra M
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Hi there Akki

As suggested on this thread, you can try to post on auction sites like eBay, Etsy, Rubylane or Tia's.

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7 months ago #14
JJ
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I have the same one but from 1985

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7 months ago #15
Marra M
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Hi there JJ

This is aluminum bronze alloy Mexican 100 Pesos that features Venustiano Carranza. There were about 377.4 million of these minted during that year

Current price may range from 2 cents to $2 (US dollar)

Even 1992 1000 old Pesos is only valued at 10 cents (US dollar) due to a currency reform

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6 months ago #16
mexican coins
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I have 7 of these coins some 1984s and some 1987s what are their US values?

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6 months ago #17
Marra M
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Hi there

I came across this link to an answer previously given for a 1984 V Carranza coin

http://www.artifactcollectors.com/i-have-a-1984-v.carranza-100-dollar-coin.whats-it-worth-5482013.html

http://www.ebay.com/bhp/1984-100-peso

I have also written a blog about this coin and here is a link to it
http://www.artifactcollectors.com/how-much-is-a-v.carranza-100-coin-worth-934.html

Here is also a link that you will find helpful

http://coinquest.com/cgi-bin/cq/coins?main_coin=18386

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1 month ago #18
Priscilla
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We have a 1984

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1 month ago #19
Marra M
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Hi there Priscilla

It was in the early 1990s when Mexico devalued this currency. This is 11.82 grams in weight and is 26.63 mm.

Current selling values run from $1.20 to $2.31 in circulated condition

Uncirculated condition- from $3 to $4

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3 weeks ago #20
Johnny
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If they ain't legal tender then why does Mexico still use them

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3 weeks ago #21
Marra M
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Hi Johnny

You misunderstood the use of the word devalued. The term devalued means the value of the currency was lowered this does not mean no longer use or not legal tender. Hope this helps.

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