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  2. Though some people have stated in the past that they don't think this is a good looking medal, I have always been somewhat fascinated by it. I purchase when I can as long as the price is right.
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  4. Ok we have a bid of $13.72 on this nice auction anymore bids❓
  5. ok we have a bid of $5.00 on this nice auction anymore bids❓
  6. It seems to me that as the general interest in collecting wanes, the need grows for the ability to produce custom displays like the wonder albums we see here. Of course and advantage would be that the coins could be safely stored in inert materials and safe locations while being beautifully displayed in a number of “collector” arrangements.
  7. Good looking pennies. There has always been something special, to me, about Indian Head Cents. I can still recall, though rarely, getting one in change. Things like Mercury Dimes, Buffalo Nickels, Standing Liberty Quarters and yes, even, half dollars fell into that catagory.
  8. Thanks Sigi and Eugene! This is a big help. Need to check more out. Eugene’s book is remarkable BTW. Best. Dwight
  9. OK THIS AUCTION IS FOR ONE SLABBED COIN AND THREE RAW WORLD BANKNOTES Opening bid : $0.99 BIN: $30.00 FREE SHIPPING I accept Checks, Money orders and cash as payments 1923 US PCGS MS63 silver peace dollar 1941 Hungary 20 Pengo banknote ND Zambia 50 Kwacha banknote 1944 German 5 mark banknote 1923 US PCGS MS63 Silver Peace Dollar ND Zambia 50 Kwacha Banknote 1944 German 5 mark banknote 1941 Hungary 20 Pengo Banknote
  10. Bill, Do you have any of these tokens / coins?
  11. Everything is designed in photoshop. Some of my examples can be seen here. Some were scanned albums. https://issuu.com/gxseries
  12. That is a fairly good one, and would likely fetch above 400 USD. The specimen uncirculated set is the very rare one, however. Nice that you have that one.
  13. Hi Sigi and Dwight, There were several mints that produced these coins (mostly by overstriking). Generally, we can devide all coins into 3 categories, by main mints' tools that were used: SPM, MM and EM. Coins produced by St.Petersburg mint tools all have 3 flags and eagles of more classical Dasier shapes. Moscow and Ekateringburg tools' coins both have 2 flags, but Moscow shape eagle (with straight left wing) easily sets Moscow tools' coins apart. There are also many eagle differences in EM coins, that are easy to notice if you study Elisabeth 5 kopecks long enough. Ones you learn to devide coins into groups, you start noticing differences in styles of letter and number shapes, and can learn to recognise coins by seeing only one side of the coin. Sigi is good at that now. Bitkin is a great basic reference, but not for identifying these coins by mints.
  14. Hi Dwight, you show an Ekaterinburg coin. Our friend Eugene wrote a book about the topic which is worthwhile owning. He determines and pictures the anonymous issues of Elizabeth and Peter III. Let's wait for his comment. Sigi
  15. Greeting. I think Bitkin show two basic categories of this coin, one with two flags and one with three. I can see no difference in obverse side of coin. Am i wrong? With wear and rough images it is hard to identify reverse type. Tips? I have a scanned version of Bitkin on my iPad which is very handy . But could use some guidance please Best Dwight
  16. just letting people know that my 7 day auction #2 is going on and will end on the 17th of this month so check it out in the auction section thanks corina
  17. Here is a bordello token modern, according to bordello historians, The only tokens used in the US or Europe past or present are for drinks or food! there never have been a past token that could be used for their services. There are .999 silver rounds that are sold by the current bordello's, $75.00to $125.00 when last I checked the web site of the guy that sells them. way to much premium for one ounce of $15.00 silver
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