Christmas is a time for spending and it’s always nice to have some extra money. So you can pay for lunch and dinner or buy a gift without losing your savings.
An easy way to earn money without much effort is to sell old peseta kept in your house. Both coins and bills can be very expensive on the collector’s market.
Coin lovers pay a fortune for these relics, especially when considered Rare edition and in good condition.
The peseta you have in a drawer at home is a memory of some other time you might want to keep, but if they turn out to be valuable on the online auction market, you can get a good amount for them.
These are the most valuable and rare 1 Euro coins: Get up to 360 Euros at auction
Not all bills you keep are valuable. It is necessary that they do not present damage and that they belong to a rare edition.
It’s worth reviewing the copies that command a higher price on the online collector’s market so you know if you have one and auction it off as soon as possible.
Below is a picture of one of the most expensive 25 peseta bills: Numismatic auctions have over 130 Euros.
It’s a 25 pesetas bill so you can earn more than 130 euros
The stamp you see in the image can bring you joy this Christmas if you have it at home. In some auctions on portals such as Ebay, Catawiki, Etsy or Foronum it is worth more than 130 euros
You can sell it at this price only if it is in perfect condition. Somewhat complicated considering that it was minted in January 1940 and not very many copies have survived.
In this piece from 1940 you can see the face of Juan de Herrera, Spanish architect, mathematician, geometer and soldier. You can also admire the image of the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.
You can hold an auction and try your luck that way. If you upload good-quality pictures and text full of details, it will be easier to attract the attention of numerologists.
If you don’t trust online bidding, you have the option of going to a store that specializes in numismatics. At these establishments they will help you price your tickets and find interested collectors. If you live in a big city, you probably have a fence.
Here is a list of specialty shops in different cities of Spain.