Barbados Coins List Information and Value

Barbados Coins List history price and value

Barbados has a rich history of producing beautiful and valuable coins. From the early colonial period to the present day, the coins of Barbados reflect the island's diverse and fascinating past. In this post, we will explore the history, price, and value of some of the most notable Barbadian coins.

History

The history of coinage in Barbados dates back to the 17th century when the island was first settled by the English. The first coins minted specifically for use in Barbados were issued in 1788. These early coins were struck in copper, with denominations of one and two pence.

Over the years, Barbados has produced a wide variety of coins, featuring designs that reflect the island's natural beauty, cultural heritage, and historical significance. From the iconic trident to depictions of native flora and fauna, Barbadian coins offer a fascinating glimpse into the island's identity.

Price and Value

Barbadian coins hold both historical and monetary value for collectors and enthusiasts. The value of Barbadian coins can vary widely based on factors such as rarity, condition, and historical significance. Collectors interested in acquiring Barbadian coins should be prepared to do thorough research and possibly seek expert advice to ensure they are getting authentic and valuable pieces.

Some of the most sought-after Barbadian coins include the rare and historic pieces from the colonial era, as well as special edition coins minted to commemorate significant events or anniversaries in Barbadian history.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Barbados coins offer a captivating journey through the island's history and culture. Whether you are a seasoned numismatist or simply intrigued by the allure of coin collecting, exploring the history, price, and value of Barbadian coins can be an enriching experience.

If you have any specific questions about Barbados coins or if you are interested in adding these unique pieces to your collection, feel free to reach out to local numismatic experts or specialized dealers for more information.

Stay tuned for more insights into the world of numismatics and coin collecting!

Barbados Coin 1 Cent - Elizabeth Magnetic

1 Cent 2012 obverse
1 Cent 2012 reverse

Period: 2007-2012

Metal: Copper plated zinc

Value: 1 Cent = 0.01 BBD 

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 2.78gm

Size: 18.86mm

Thickness: 1.55 mm

Shape : Circle

Year : 2012 Value

Price: Fine: 10 Very Fine: 20 Extremely Fine: 30 Uncirculated : 40

1 Cent - Elizabeth Magnetic

Price: 40 to 50

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Independence

Period: 1976

Metal: Bronze

Value: 1 Cent = 0.01 BBD 

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 3.09gm

Size: 19.0mm

Thickness: 1.5 mm

Shape : Circle

Year : 1976 Value

Mintage : 6,400,742

Price: Fine: 30 Very Fine: 40 Extremely Fine: 45 Uncirculated : 50

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Independence

Price: 70

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Light Version

Period: 1987-2007

Metal: Copper plated zinc

Value: 1 Cent = 0.01 BBD 

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 2.5gm

Size: 19.0mm

Thickness: 1.55 mm

Shape : Circle

Year : 1987 Value

Price: Fine: 30 Very Fine: 35 Extremely Fine: 50 Uncirculated : 60

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Light Version

Price: 60

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Heavy Version

Period: 1973-1991

Metal: Bronze

Value: 1 Cent = 0.01 BBD 

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 3.11gm

Size: 19.0mm

Thickness: 1.55 mm

Shape : Circle

1 Cent - Elizabeth II Heavy Version

Price: 90

Coin 5 Cents - Elizabeth II

Period: 1973-2007

Metal: Brass

Value: 5 Cents = 0.05 BBD 

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 3.75gm

Size: 21.0mm

Thickness: 1.67 mm

Shape : Circle

5 Cents - Elizabeth II

Price: 95

10 Cents - Elizabeth II

Period: 1973-2005

Metal: Copper-nickel

Value: 10 Cents = 0.10 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 2.29gm

Size: 17.77mm

Thickness: 1.13 mm

Shape : Circle

Barbados Coin 10 Cents - Elizabeth II

Price: 125

25 Cents - Elizabeth II

Period: 1973-2006

Metal: Copper-nickel

Value: 25 Cents = 0.25 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 5.67gm

Size: 23.0mm

Thickness: 1.82 mm

Shape : Circle

Barbados Coin 25 Cents - Elizabeth II

Price: 175

1 Dollar - Elizabeth II small type; magnetic

Period: 2007-2009

Metal: Nickel plated steel

Value: 1 Dollar = 1 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 5.95gm

Size: 25.85mm

Thickness: 1.65 mm

Shape : Equilateral curve heptagon (7-sided)

1 Dollar - Elizabeth II small type; magnetic

Price: 165

1 Dollar - large type

Period: 1973-1986

Metal: Copper-nickel

Value: 1 Dollar = 1 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 10.0gm

Size: 27.8mm

Thickness: 2.1 mm

Shape : Equilateral curve heptagon (7-sided)

1 Dollar - large type

Price: 175

2 Dollars - Elizabeth II

Period: 1973-1984

Metal: Copper-nickel

Value: 2 Dollars = 2 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 20.0gm

Size: 37.0mm

Shape : Circle

2 Dollars - Elizabeth II

Price: 550

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5 Dollars - Elizabeth II Silver Proof - Set Issue

Period: 1973-1984

Metal: Silver (.800)

Value: 2 Dollars = 2 BBD

Currency: Dollar    

Weight: 31.1gm

Size: 40.0mm

Shape : Circle

Barbados Coin 5 Dollars - Elizabeth II Silver Proof - Set Issue

Price: 1750

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