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30 Dec 2021

2003 Turkish coin, a country that still writes history

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Turkey is, in my opinion, a magnificent country that still evokes and writes history both ongoing and from it's past.

26 Dec 2021

2015 Blue Ridge North Carolina Quarter

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Issued under the America The Beautiful Series, this Scenic quarter reminds continental and visiting travelers of this roadway and its surrounding mountains of one of America's most attractive sites.

22 Dec 2021

2015 Kisatchie National Forest Louisiana Quarter

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∆ While in the corresponding collection post, please LOOK, for specific mystery details hidden within this beautiful coin's obverse art.

21 Dec 2021

2015 Homestead National Historical Park Quarter

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This great Nebraska quarter was launched as part of the America The Beautiful Series in 2015. I have arranged some images and data pertaining to the site it honors.

20 Dec 2021

2015 Delaware Bombay Hook Quarter

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***Part of the America The Beautiful Series, this great quarter issue evokes wildlife protection along the gorgeous Delaware coast.

18 Dec 2021

Italian Currency samples before the Euro

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***From my perspective, Italy is a magnificent adoptive and caring country opening doors to all with joy to their lands.The lira wasthe official unit of currency in Italy until 1 January 1999, when it was replaced by the euro (euro coins and notes were not introduced until 2002). Old lira denominated currency ceased to be legal tender on 28 February 2002. The conversion rate is 1,936.27 lire to the euro. ***Wikileads***

14 Dec 2021

US 1807 Silver Capped Bust Half Dollar

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John Reich designed this capped-head concept ofLiberty, and it was modified by Chief Engraver of the Mint,William Kneass. It proved to be a popular design and lasted from 1807 to 1839 on the half dollar, 1815 to 1838 on the quarter, 1809 to 1837 on the dime, and 1829 to 1837 on the half dime.All four of these coin were struck in 89.2% silver and 10.8% copper.

11 Dec 2021

Netherlands historical 1913 and 1942-WW II coins

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Netherlands endured many societal and historical events in the early decades of the twentieth century and, specifically during the second World War.


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