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31 Oct 2022

2007-S Kennedy Half Dollar

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AC's Secrets #15Beautiful Kennedy Half Dollar coins were launched in 1964. This excellent proof verified coin was issued by San Francisco Mint in early 2007 and struck only as Proof condition and quality in a limited quantity.

27 Oct 2022

1994 Brazil 1 Centavo Coin

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On July 1, 1994 the currency of the Republic of Brazil was reassigned as the "Real" or Reais in plural. It was an attempt to give stability to the economy of the country facing the challenges of the new modern era. Before this time the currency's name was the "Cruzeiro" which circulated from 1942 to 1994. The Brazilian Ministry of Finance determined that using the currency name established by the Portuguese would eventually prove itself successful.This two nice items shown here are One "Centavo" or 1/100th of a Real. Its design brought rays or lines on both sides surrounding the determined depictions. The lines cover leaves and it became a separation in artistry from the classical Brazilian coinage.

25 Oct 2022

1990 Guatemala 25 Centavos Coin

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Before modern Guatemala was ever conceived, the Mayan used the Quetzal's feathers as currency or exchange honoring all commercial retributions along with precious stones, salt, wood and other goods.The Quetzal is the official currency name of the Republic of Guatemala since 1841, the year it was consolidated as republic free from Spain's dominion since early 16th century.

21 Oct 2022

1968 Bolivia 1 Peso Boliviano Coin

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The "Peso Boliviano" is the currency of the Republic of Bolivia. This beautiful 1 Peso coin circulated from 1968 to 1980.Among its features, in great detail, the obverse brings the Bolivian countryside scenery, an emblem of this Nation, the powerful sun shinning between two important hills known in the country's historic battle for independence and eventually against borders delimitations with Chile, its neighbor.This coin is rather preserved even if it has seen quite some circulation. The reformed modern Peso Boliviano was originally launched in 1963 and was the National currency until a second political reform in 1986.

20 Oct 2022

1957 Austria 2 Groschen Coin

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"Die Groschen" is a subpart of the Austrian Schilling. Austria had to recover twice from economic unstable times: after the Austro-Hungarian Empire collapsed in WWI all thru the 1920's well into 1923 when a National Austrian Schilling was issued both in metal and paper-money, yet this gorgeous country faced then a second downslope with the German passive occupationfrom 1936 until a new Schilling was authorized by the reformed Austrian parliament in Vienna right after the second World war but it was not in circulation until 1946.This small two Groschen coin is 2/100th of a Schilling. Lightweight, tiny and yet sturdy. It was used in the country until the full entrance of the Euro in 2001.


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