06 Apr 2021

Cedar River Bridge Company 1866 token

Exonumia | user_89757

Does anyone know if the 1866 Cedar River Bridge Company token with the word "Cedar" spelled as "Ceder" is counterfeit?

04 Mar 2021

One Year of Fodder- Thank You

Exonumia | coinfodder

Hey everyone. 7:30 AM on the East Coast, from the usual place, I remembered that a year ago, I wrote my first blog on coins, and all things coins. It was about the Mega Red Book of Coins, and I got some stuff from y'all, including a Mike who thought I had blocked him (still, I say, no I did not). Well, me or you guys couldn't of seen what happened next. A series of blogs, running through the United States, that actually reaches the half-way point (well, 22 out 50 is close). A long set of articles of me throwing pot-shots at the mint director. And most importantly, I found a footing in this great hobby. This needs to be thanked. First, Mike (B), who gave me the encouragement to keep writing these. John (longstrider), Charlie (sly), and Mokie for occasional bombs in the message section. Fellow YN Preston (numismaster) for bombing me in the message box, 7:00 PM at night, telling me to answer something, which helped me learn more about the hobby. Overall, though, this section is dedicated to three people; you, my family for dealing with this, and God himself. Only he knows the true reason I do this.I have changed my avatar, but you will still see the smiling face of Patton on it. It says "Coinfodder: One Year of Blogs". I can't stress it enough, this is because of you.On a side note, note the Godfather Reference in my last post.

03 Feb 2021

a coin design

Exonumia | walking liberty

So since the US mint has released a first amendment coin I decided to make and design a 2nd amendment coin! I hope that you guys like it. It took a week to make and draw. Also does anyone know a good place to get your coins made so if i do get permission from the mint instead of just a sketch there is also a pattern. Someone under $100 though because i am low on money right now. Have a good week WL

26 Jan 2021

Need help!

Exonumia | walking liberty

Alright people i need some real help. My grandpa found a $20 bill with the serial number bleed over to the other side and he is wondering if it has any value. I have searched and found no conclusive answer only dead ends and half answered questions. I was wondering if you or any of your friends knew about the value (if it has any) and if he should keep it or not. Thanks for all the help WL

21 Jan 2021

Medal to Honor 60 years of service by George Jeppson !

Exonumia | Golfer

George Nathaniel Jeppson !

17 Jan 2021

Antique stores and Flea Markets ! you never know what you might find

Exonumia | Golfer

Antique Store Finds !

14 Jan 2021

my profile picture

Exonumia | walking liberty

Hello peoples! I want you guys to vote on what my new profile picture should be. I have posted pictures and just describe what one I should choose.

12 Jan 2021


Exonumia | Longstrider

Today I would like to share a very special coin I just received. I saw these on a coin group on Facebook. The guy selling is named Joe Poanessa but, as you will see, he is out of them.

05 Jan 2021


Exonumia | walking liberty

What did yall get for Christmas? i got a 2006 proof box some 2X2 holders and some cardboard 2X2's to go with it. The only other thing I got was a 24K plated gold coin set. It is pretty cool. WL

05 Jan 2021

Bronze Medals, Value for your Buck...Not!

Exonumia | Stumpy

On 1 Jan 2021, the United States Mint followed through on a promise to raise their prices on 3-inch Bronze Medals from $39.95 to $160.00, a 400 percent price increase.


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