Could the South African coins lying around in your spare cash drawer or the bottom of your wallet be worth a small fortune? It's quite possible they are. One 50c coin in particular is worth over R3000. Aiden Sookden investigates which date and imprint copper and silver coins you should keep an eye out for. Keep reading to find out if you could make some money on your spare change...
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If you want to invest in collectibles, one sector worth looking at is coins. You don't have to look far to find an array of desirable examples.
Many South African coins are highly sought after.
So what SA coins should you be on the lookout for?
Read on to find out…
Investing in lucrative South African rare coins
If you want to start collecting coins, you should start looking f... ››› more
When the Reserve Bank mints coins to commemorate a special event, it's worth sitting up and taking notice. By getting your hands on these commemorative coins, you could reap the rewards in years to come. Read on to find out what coins you should look through your piggy bank for…
Every time the SA government decides to honour a special day, event or icon, they get the Reserve Bank to mint a spe... ››› more
We're all familiar with the Krugerrand. But that isn't the only coin you can buy in South Africa. With SA's rich history comes a wealth of coins and notes. Read on to find out more…
In South Africa, there is a very active secondary market for coin collectors. This is due to South Africa being one of the largest producers of gold, cobalt, copper and platinum in the world.
For instance, the K... ››› more
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