Pyrometallurgy: Roasting, Smelting, Refining & Electrowinning

Pyrometallurgy: Roasting, Smelting, Refining & Electrowinning

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Melt / Metal Value of Coin (1 reply)

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elie
2 years ago
elie 2 years ago

Hello all, this may be a bit of an unusual question. I would please like to seek expertise on estimating the melt value of Lebanese Pounds coins, the 500 LBP and 250 LBP denominations. I can potentially send samples if needed.
References to the coins are here: https://www.bdl.gov.lb/tabs/index/2/265/Coins-in-Circulation.html

If it makes sense, can these be sold as metal? (i.e. would there be any buyers?)

Thank you,

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Todd H
1 year ago
Todd H 1 year ago

These coins are worth more as currency than as metal - according to the site they are steel plated with nickel and would be worth something of the order of 4 to 5 US cents per pound as scrap.

Todd Harvey - Global Resource Engineering http://www.global-resource-eng.com

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