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26 Mar 2020

ANTARCTIC 50 PENCE

Coins-World | Longstrider

Now, this is going to be an unusual blog, for me at least. I bought this coin and was all set to blog about it like normal. After getting the photos ready I noticed everything I was going to tell you about the coin is all on the photos. Crazy. I decided to do it this way and talk more about the place the coin is from. Here goes.

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14 Mar 2020

By Which Others Are Judged

Coins-World | Long Beard

In a change from my normal topics and subjects of United States coinage, and there by showing my diverse love of all coinage from around the globe, this weeks deals with Australia. More specifically, the Wedge-tailed Silver Eagle struck between 2014 and 2020 at the Perth Mint. A series sobeautiful and exquisitein design it may quite become the new standardby which others arecompared. Enjoy!

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21 Feb 2020

My Favorite Island

Coins-World | Mokester

Whitman Folder #9088 is a remarkable little folder, a typical 3 panel folder, that has transported me back in time to a wild island off the coast of North America. 9088, the Newfoundland Coin Type Collection consists of 7 denominations for 1 Queen, and 3 Kings of England. Her Provincial coin collection starts with Queen Victoria in 1865 and ends with King George VI in 1947. In 1949, Newfoundland joined Canada and became her 10th and last Province.

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14 Feb 2020

The Allure of Sunken Treasure

Coins-World | Mokester

There are thousands upon thousands of Ships that have sunk in the Ocean. Sometimes their sinking is due to conflict, sometimes a purposeful scuttling, sometimes a rogue wave, and sometimes, maybe most times, a stormy sea captures her prize. I have three coins in my collection that were wrested from the briny deep and they are among my favorites because of the circumstance of their recovery and the associated history.

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02 Feb 2020

Issue 3:- Cool Brexit Coinage (Part 2):- Numismatic News by Rishi Gokhale (a Young Numismatist)

Coins-World | user_53367

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL ARTICLE!! PLEASE CITE THIS ARTICLE IF ANY INFORMATION FROM IT IS USED FROM IT VIA THE CITATION BELOW!!

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01 Feb 2020

Issue 3:- Cool Brexit Coinage (Part 1):- Numismatic News by Rishi Gokhale (a Young Numismatist)

Coins-World | user_53367

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL ARTICLE!! PLEASE CITE THIS ARTICLE IF ANY INFORMATION FROM IT IS USED FROM IT VIA THE CITATION BELOW!!

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01 Feb 2020

The reales of El Cazador

Coins-World | YoloBagels

For several centuries the reales minted by the Spanish Empire dominated world trade. From the Colonies of the Americas to the Empires of Asia, these coins were primarily used in many regions as they went unchallenged for decades; and in some cases, centuries. With that stated, the Spanish Empire was at one point the largest and most powerful nation on the globe and thus its economic influence propelled with the newly-discovered nations the Spanish conquered.

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