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HALF DOLLAR VS 50 CENT QUEEN VICTORIA HONG KONG COIN

Which would you prefer if you are given the choice of selecting the Half dollar or the 50 cents Queen Victoria Hong Kong coin?

Well, the half-dollar because it is a rare Hong Kong coin! The half dollar has .900 silver with the following dates:

Half dollar hong kong coin

Half dollar hong kong coin

1866 (59,000 pieces)

1867( included in 1866)

1868 – only proof coin

In any condition the half dollar Queen Victoria Hong Kong coion whether is fine to uncirculated, the prices definitely fared very much better than the 50 cents Queen Victoria Hong Kong coin.

As for the  50 cents Queen Victoria coin, it has 0.800 silver metal content with the following dates and mintage:

 

50 cents Queen Victoria Hong Kong coin; Source:http://coinsforsales.blogspot.com

50 cents Queen Victoria Hong Kong coin; Source:http://coinsforsales.blogspot.com

1890 – (50,000 units); 1891-(150,000 units)

1891H- (70,000 units);1892 -(90,000 units)

1892h-(20,000 units); 1893-(150,000 units) & 1894-(130,000 units).

Because of the lowest mintage, in the 50 cents Queen Victoria Hong Kong coin family, the 1892H fares the best in terms of price/value.

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