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Jokerman

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About Jokerman

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    SIC NOS : NON NOBIS
  • Birthday September 19

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Norway
  • Interests
    Swedish and Norwegian medals 19th century

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  • OmniCoin
    http://omnicoin.com/collection/Jokerman
  1. Bought this set some time ago, but it only contains 22 out of the 26 medals. Im looking for the last ones. I look for: Oporto Orthes Talavera Toulouse For pictures of the individual medals please see Elvernos thread
  2. I have a question about tokens with Blanchisseuse or Vivandier on them. Blanchisseuse and Vivandier were part of the civil people that followed an army. Blanchisseuse is a laundry woman who can wash the soldiers clothes. Vivandier sold food and drink to the soldiers. Below you can see a token from the fresh army in Hannover about 1804-05. My question si how was this token used. Was it for a prepaid service, a token confirming you were an "official" Blanchisseuse or something entire different? BLANCHISSEUSE
  3. Does this dime have any value?
  4. There are some really good pages on English coins here: http://www.coins-of-the-uk.co.uk/coins.html
  5. I dont really collect this, but it was in such a good condition I just had to buy it. Battle of Waterloo 1815. Crown Prince of Orange. BHM 875.
  6. Dont click on it, copy it and paste it in a new window. BTW! I love it.
  7. Anybody with knowledge about Canadian(?) tokens? Picked up this lot, but know very little.
  8. Send me a PM with post address and I will send you one.
  9. Great! Do you send a mail address in PM and I'll send it as soon as possible. One more to go!
  10. Dont be modest! These notes are as I said in circulated condition and I am not giving away a fortune. But since I dont collect banknotes any more I think they deserve a better home.
  11. After a little spring cleaning i found 2 Norwegian 10 kroner notes from the 1980s. They are in circulated condition. Since I dont collect bank notes I am giving them away for free to the first two that are interested. I will also cover shipping. The notes looks like this: http://www.worldbanknotescoins.com/2015/04/norway-10-kroner-banknote-1983-fridtjof-nansen.html
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