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  4. I am trying to buy the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Modern Issues, 1961-Present, 25th Edition, eBook version, but I have only been able to find the Paperback version. Did it come out on disk? And does anyone know it's ISBN for the ebook version? Thank you,
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  6. suggest you take that to a coin expert and have them look it over could be something or nothing
  7. Hi All, I'm very new to this, but have fallen in love with this new world! But i have a coin that i can't recognise at all because it is very worn. I have a few pics and would appreciate any suggestions you may have. Many thanks in advance.
  8. schutzenfester- You are the man! Thank you very much!! Bob
  9. Hi Bob, Welcome to CoinPeople. Glad you found this thread. Your schützenfest jeton is from Lausanne, Canton Vaud in Switzerland. It is identified with a Richter number. Jürg Ricther is a Swiss gentleman who has authored the foremost catalog of Swiss schützenfest medals and jetons. Each in a separate catalog and the jeton catalog being substantially smaller than the medal catalog. Jeton information: ID: R539a No date Composition: Messing (brass) Rarity: common size: 23mm weight: 3.7 - 3.9 grams catalog value: Ex fine condition: 15.00 UNC: 30.00
  10. I'm a podcaster and journalist in NYC working on a story about Chinese practice money. I came across some realistic $100 bills with Chinese writing stamped on the side. The internet says they are used for training bank tellers, but I'm skeptical. The notes are illegal in the US according to the Secret Service. Is the stamp just plausible deniability for the sellers, who are all over Ebay and Amazon but constantly having their listings removed hours after posting due to anti-counterfeiting rules? Or are these notes really used in China, where cash counting and handling does seem to be on a whole other level? Does anyone know for sure? Do other countries use practice money like this? Thank you!
  11. Hi Erwin, I'm a journalist working on a story about Chinese practice money. I found one of your posts and wanted to ask you about it. Email me adrjeffries at gmail. Hope to talk to you soon!
  12. Not sure if I'm doing this right, first time here. I hope I'm in the right thread. I've looked on-line and can't find anything on this token. I found it in my grandfathers possessions. The token is 22 mm in diameter and weighs 3.8 grams. Any help identifying this token or finding some documented resource links would be helpful. Thanks! Bob
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  14. I think I now have a complete set of the plastic US coins. will have to look through the photo albums.
  15. Here is another denga 1730 that will join the collection soon. This one is with 2 rosettes (second one is instead of the bow). Just won it on Katz.
  16. You never know what is going to turn up in a bulk buy bag Steel slug, blank reverse
  17. all i find here are occasional canadian coins (and none since i don't go to the market where the coinstar machine is located anymore...).
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