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21 Dec 2022

**Mexico Type Set** Page 3

Coins - World | Kepi

Hi Numi Friends! Here is Page 3 of the Mexico Type Set that Longstrider and I put together over the past two years! This has been a great album as we both like Mexican coinage. This page consists of coins from 1910-1953. Lots of silver going on here and these coins are getting a bit more pricier... We have One Peso's, Two Peso's and Five Peso's. My favorites are the 1913 "Caballito" or "Liberty on Horseback" and the 1921 "Winged Victory". I hope you enjoy these coins! Thanks for reading my blog and comments are always welcome!

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17 May 2022

The Gist of My Collection

Coins | user_79030

First things first. My collection isn't that amazing, but I love it. The history the coins have been through, the variety, and the coins in general. I just thought I'd share a quick description of my collection with you guys. First on my list, the coins. (Yes, I also collect banknotes.) I have a lot of coins, but, the crowned jewel is definitely my collection of wheat cents. I am only missing a few, and I have around 750 extras that are already in my book. Some coins I am missing are the 1909-S VDB, the early "S" mint mark coins, and some others. I also like to collect older coins no longer minted, such as buffalo nickels, franklin and walking liberty halves, walking liberty quarters, liberty coins, barber coins, and others. I absolutely love collecting silver coins. (I would collect gold but I can't afford it. :( ) Some of my silver coins include: Washington and walking liberty quarters, franklin and walking liberty halves, barber dimes, random commemoratives, and some others. Speaking of commemoratives, I have a couple of them. There isn't really all that much to talk about there though. Another type of coin I collect is world coins. I have an entire 5 pound bag full of them. I have some from modern times, but my oldest one is from the 1920's. I love the ones with multiple colors. Around 10% of them are canadian, but some of them are from really really far away. That's all for the coin portion! Next on my list, banknotes. (Told You ;) ) I like to collect world banknotes, too. I have an entire book and a half filled with them. My favorite is definitely the soccer commemorative from Russia. It is very cool. I also like to collect silver certificates. I have one from 1957, two from 1935, and one from 1934. (One of the 1935s is a star note.) I like to collect cool serial numbers as well. Since I don't come into contact with money very often, I don't have any of the good ones. (ie. ladders, repeaters, radars, etc.) I do have some mildly infuriating almost-binaries-but-actually-trinaries, and an almost perfect repeater. I also collect some forms of error. I have a one dollar bill that has extra print on it, and another that has one of the numbers on the serial number raised slightly. I also have one of every currently printed denomination just in case they stop being minted. Other than that, I mostly just have a bunch of miscellaneous $2 bills. And that wraps up the dollar bill portion. This is the end of my blog post. Thank you for taking the time to read this! Bye!

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11 Jan 2022

Dad's Collection - Pt. 1

Coins - World | AndreBizzle

Hey Guys,I've been pressed for time the past few weeks because of work, but I did get an opportunity this past weekend to take a look through one of my Dad's binders. This one looks it's filled with coins and currency from the globe. I think it may be the only international stuff in my father's collection.My dad labeled the majority of what's in this binder so it's been a good place to start because it provides a bit of guidance. My dad's not even here anymore and he's still giving me pointers!I haven't had much of an opportunity to look into each piece individually, but I thought I'd share some pictures of what I've come across so far.I only took photos of the obverse sides, but if there's anything you'd like to take a closer look at let me know and I'll get some better pictures.

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25 Dec 2021

My collection

| user_94933

This is my collection. I been collecting since the end of October my first coin i ever received was a buffalo nickel form 1937. I hope you all have a Merry Christmas and I hope you all enjoy my coin collection!

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