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  1. Comes with case and all certificates as shown. Mintage was 8,000 for each individual coin, but only 1,336 complete 9-coin sets were issued. Original issue price back in 2010 on the coins was $500 each, $4500 for the complete set. Asking $4000 CDN / $3900 USD shipped for the whole set. Approximately 20% above melt value. Payment by check (must clear first), money order or Paypal+3%. I am located in Canada. Specifications for each coin: Finish: proof (with colour on the reverse) Composition: 58.33% gold, 41.67% silver Weight: 12 grams Diameter: 27 mm Edge: serrated Certificate: serialized Face value: 75 dollars Artists: Cecily Mok, Shelagh Armstrong, Kerri Burnett, Jody Broomfield, Catherine Deer, Arnold Nogy Album link
  2. Please enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 9 submissions in this thread. Remember the formats and rules and have lots of fun. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  3. Please enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 8 submissions in this thread. Remember the formats and rules and have a great time. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  4. Enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 7 submissions in this thread. Don't forget the formats and rules. Have a wonderful time. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  5. Enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 6 submissions in this thread. Please remember the rules and formats and have a great time. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  6. Enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 5 submissions in this thread. Please remember the formats and rules and have lots of fun. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  7. Please enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 4 Submissions in this thread. Remember the formats and rules and have lots of fun with this contest. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  8. Please enter your PCI2013 Gold - Group 3 submissions in this thread. Remember the rules and formats and have lots of fun. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  9. PCI2013 Gold - Group 2 Submissions. Please enter you coins in this thread. Remember the rules and formats and have lots of fun. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  10. Here's the thread for your PCI2013 Gold - Group 1 submissions. Please remember the format and to use only a single thread for your coins. Thanks and have lots of fun. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post Quote http://www.omnicoin....oins/910622.jpg NOT 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads.
  11. Hi everybody! I'm new here so dont be mad at me if I do something wrong;) Can anybody tell me is there any website that contains archives of auctions where gold 5, 10 and 20 dollars were sold? And don't tell me about coinarchives.com because I know it and Im looking for something else. If you know anything write me an e-mail: m.janczuk@numizmatyka.waw.pl
  12. Hello All, I am in need of some assistance, as previously noted i have inherited a few coins not limited to these. Though, these are the most interesting in my opinion. Like almost anyone else i have selected the 24k coins because i am interested in their value and a little history, and above all why is it almost impossible to find another collection like this one? I know that macau belonged to Portugal and was allowed to seperate. Then Japan took over and now is concidered the worlds "Las Vegas" in terms of gambling and what not. Im not a historian by any means but this is what i could dig up. I find it improbable that someone would put a 24k gold collection in a cartboard box with a plastic framed shadow box, could they be fake. Thank you for the help.
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