Within the practice of collecting coins, there is a classification of the degree of rarity. Numismatics don’t mind investing high values to earn valuable samples. To give you an idea, the most expensive currency in Brazil can be worth millions.
However, some factors may influence the progress of the market, such as, for example, successive changes in inflation. Determining the fair value of a rare piece becomes a more complex activity.
Despite the more challenging scenario where collectors end up dealing with fakes, the market is still very active and individuals can even Sell your coins at great value.
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Coins of 0.50 Brazilian Real
Some collectors are looking for specific coins of 0.50 Brazilian Real. The required parts were issued in 2012 with an error: no zero. The defect can result in the item’s market value reaching R$1,800.
Moreover, the copies launched in 1998, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights, each copy could fetch R$450. Pieces created to honor the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics are rare and valuable as well.
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In 2016, Brazil hosted the Olympics, and as a way to honor the event and the sport, the Central Bank (BC) issued several coins worth 1 Brazilian Real. And the first piece, honoring the handover of the flag to Brazil, was launched in 2012. Another 16 units symbolize the Paralympic Games or the Olympic Games.
The older the part, the more expensive it is. According to forums and collector’s websites, the value of the coins launched for the 2016 Rio Olympics can range between R$7,000 and R$10,000 (the amount refers to the full set). Learn about the five most valuable.
- Olympic Flag Delivery Coin: Known as the Olympic Flag Delivery Coin, created in 2012, it was the first coin in the collection and hailed the Olympic flag’s delivery to Brazil. You can find it online for between R$ 175 and R$ 300.
- Athletics Currency: Athletics, the oldest sport in the Olympic Games, was part of the first group created by BC and Casa da Moeda. On the obverse is a picture of an athlete doing a triple jump. They can cost between $8 and R$30.
- swimming coin: Another piece launched by BC and Casa da Moeda, the piece on its obverse contains the image of two swimmers immersed in a swimming pool. The price of the coin ranges from 8 dollars to 30 Brazilian reals.
- Paratriathlon Coin: The piece was the first created to represent a Paralympic sport and has profiles of an athlete in three moments of competition. It can be worth between $8 and R$30.
- Coin of Vinicius and Tom Amulet: The coins were created in honor of composers Vinicius de Moraes and Tom Jobim, and can be valued between $8 and 30 Brazilian real.
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