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In this video, we are showing you the most expensive and rare British 2 Shillings Coin - Elizabeth II 1st portrait; no "BRITT:OMN".#RareAncientCoins #RareWor...
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Ancient Chinese "cash" coin Americans, when asked about coins with holes in them, probably picture the old Chinese "cash" coins which are featured so prominently in Chinese-style decor. These coins had a square-shaped hole in the center, with Chinese characters around it. The United States has never had a coin with a hole in it, so it's not something we're used to seeing. Plenty of other countries, however, have had one or more of this type of coin (known as "holed coins" or "holey coins")…
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British India - 1899 - Victoria Empress - Half Rupee - Rarest Silver Coin - Numismatic Price and Value Guide
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In this video, we are showing you the most expensive and rare British 2 New Pence Coin - Elizabeth II 2nd portrait.#RareAncientCoins #RareWorldCoins #RareFor...
In the United States, our smallest circulating coin is the dime (10 cents). Its diameter is 18mm (a little less than 3/4 of an inch), which is only 1mm smaller than the penny (1 cent). The size difference is not easily noticed, which is why the dime is a different color (silver) and has a reeded edge to make the 2 coins more distinguishable. While the dime seems pretty small, there have been plenty of modern world coins which are even smaller. The main reason to mint a small coin is, of…
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By Bank of Estonia ...... The special 2 euro coin went on sale June 26 and are legal tender throughout the euro area A total of 1.5 million of the
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A step-by-step guide to boosting your savings the easy way in 2023.
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Locals Melting Ancient Indian Coins, a Serious Concern | Mintage World
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Square coins are my favorite unusual coin shape. Being from the United States, a square coin is very different from the money I'm used to - it seems quite exotic, the epitome of a "foreign" coin. The square shape seems somewhat impractical - it doesn't roll, and it seems like getting a vending machine or coin sorter to handle square coins would be problematic (though I'm sure that countries that have square coins have these problems figured out). Because of their shape, they are easy to spot…
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Interesting nutshell: all of the 19th century coins were gold, in the pounds-shillings-pence series normal XF is considered to be VF and XF in any other series would be AU, and there are so many varieties of the dollar coins that apparently no catalog has them all.
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