Coin and Paper Money Collecting/coins for sale


haaseizhere wrote at 2012-06-02 10:09:07

I am also located in Kenya and collect british east Africa coins.  I would be glad to let you know if there is any value in the coins and might be able to buy them if I need them in my collection.  I have a coin book published by Krause that values coins and is a good starting point.  you can find me online on facebook under haaseizhere.  I am not sure how to connect as there seems to be a program that refuses entries if they have phone numbers or emails... I can tell you that if your coins are dated before 1920 they are much more valuable.  Then there are a few key dates like 1943 1 shilling, that are also valuable.  most of the other coins 1921 - 1964 are worth in the $1 - $10 each.

haaseizhere wrote at 2012-06-10 19:14:36
I can look at your coins, I am in Kenya and collect East African coins.  I can tell you that before 1920 are the valuable coins.  1920 itself is the most valuable.  After 1940 holds very little value, except 1943 1 shilling.

Baker wrote at 2012-11-08 21:57:23
Hello am in Uganda, i need some of those coins please either email me at or text me on +256772387267

Mbani wrote at 2012-11-22 14:02:12
Reach me on and let's discuss your coins and pressure stove. The pressure stove is particularly much more valuable beyond belief. Email me. Let's talk.

PETER NDIVO wrote at 2013-01-11 13:42:21

I wish 2 buy your coins-over 100,000/=

the iron box over 200,000/=and press over 1,000,000/=

PETER NDIVO wrote at 2013-01-11 13:42:37

I wish 2 buy your coins-over 100,000/=

the iron box over 200,000/=and press over 1,000,000/=

osman wrote at 2014-01-28 14:02:46
I have several coins(one shiling) from:1937,48,49,52 and 50cts,:1955 and 1956. + several of 10,5 and 1cts.So if anyone is intrested in buying them please contact me on

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Renowned technology and business copywriter as well as established specialist in British and French coins; of any period for British but post 1780-ish for French; and any denomination....Origins and history of British silver coins (crowns, halfcrowns and florins) primarily from the reign of Charles I onwards. Matters relating to their value, saleability, condition, desirability and related issues. Broadly speaking I am pretty clued-up on most European coins too. Not American coins at all.


Passionately involved in British coins for over 15 years.

No organisational affiliations. ANA recently applied for, awaiting response.

Educated to Bachelor of Arts (with honours) degree level in English and European Literature.

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