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THESE coins can be worth R$1800; know how to change

At present, numismatists have a big movement in the country’s rare banknotes market. This is because collectors don’t mind paying high prices to acquire items that no longer circulate.

At present, numismatists have a big movement in the country’s rare banknotes market. This is because collectors don’t mind paying high prices to acquire items that no longer circulate.

However, inflation has hindered the establishment or taxation of the values ​​of these rarities circulating in the market, especially the coins and notes that are usually collected by so-called numismatists.

Discover rare Brazilian coins

  • BRL currency 0.50. Some collectors are looking for R$0.50 coins issued in 2012 with one error, no zero. Due to this defect, the product can cost R$ 1,800 in the market. In addition, another R$0.50 coin, highly sought after by numismatists, was issued in 1998 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights, which can be valued up to R$450.
  • BRL 1 currency. Brazil hosted the Olympics in 2016, and in honor of the event and the sport Central Bank (BC) issued in several R$1. Because there were so few examples, they are considered very rare. The first piece was released in 2012 in honor of sending the flag to Brazil. The remaining 16 units symbolized Paralympic or Olympic sports. Their values ​​can vary from R$ 8 to R$ 300.

Discover rare Brazilian banknotes

  • Note of BRL 1. Since going out of circulation in 2006, the famous R$1 note has become a rarity for collectors. Oh Central Bank (BC) today they exchanged paper for currency. This note can be worth R$275.
  • Note of BRL 5. Due to a printing error a few years ago, some of our (real) currency notes have become rare. First among them is the R$5 note, which can fetch up to R$2,000 on the collectors’ market. This error consists of an asterisk in front of the serial number.
  • BRL 10 note. Old plastic notes issued in 2000 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the discovery of Brazil can be worth up to R$150. The material is full of details of the discovery and historical context.
  • BRL 50 note. Besides the numbering, collectors also look for the banknote without the phrase “Glory to God”. Apart from that, another rare item is a note signed by Percio Arida, the Minister of Finance who was in office for only a few months. Both can cost up to R$4k.

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