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  1. 2017 AAFES POGS have been released ?? That would be the 16th Printing . I am looking for some if some one should come across them. Thanks for the read. Tracy US ARMY Ret.
  2. RARE 100th anniversary Centenary of the Republic of Estonia Designer SIGNED GOLD COIN 2018 SIGNED by both designers Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets 2018 makes this coin unique and one of a kind. The gold collector coin for the centenary of the Republic has been designed by Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets. Its design features the Estonian national flower, the cornflower, and the oldest Estonian geometric design, in which the symbols represent perfect happiness, development and balance. This RARE GOLD COIN is of proof-like quality, Au 999, measuring 22mm in diameter and weighing 5.65 grams. The gold collector coin has a nominal value of 100 euros and only 3000 are minted. Coin number 1729 comes with personally signed certificate from both designers Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets.
  3. Hello numismatists ! The collecting coins with images of animals is very popular among numismatists. The countries that issue coins with animals, collected in a useful catalog at Facebook page CoinZo. The collection includes coins issued specifically for circulation in the period from 1900. For numismatists there is information of coin image,the obverse, reverse, Krause KM. At the page CoinZo added coins from different countries with animal images. For the convenience of users we made the publication in Russian and English. The official Facebook page of company CoinZo. Follow us! https://www.facebook.com/coinzo
  4. Looking to Trade Aafes POGS. I am trying to put together 3 sets for my daughters and I have plenty of trade material...
  5. Hi, I have recently been given lots of coins and bank notes of all sorts of currencies, Many differentiate between themselves and there is many that are or seem exactly the same. So please i would appreciate the patience and my inexperience be excused while i start to post and ask many different questions. Thank you Tamzen
  6. Hello, I have just joined "coinpeople.com". I am a mew collector to buying and selling coins. My particular interests are in Ancient Roman, and Napoleon I coins. I am also running a co-store online with the hopefully help of some collectors and volunteers that I can find here. My plan is to bring together a number of sellers and also collectors to work together. That way, it is easy for anyone to "buy,sell, or exchange". As I am still a "new member", I have to wait for "30 days and 25 posts" before I can start buying,selling or trading. But please, if you are interested in my idea, please reply to this article, and when I am allowed to buy and sell, we could discuss this further. I am happy to answer any inquiries about my idea, but I cannot go into the specific details as that would be classifying my posts as "buying and selling", which I am not allowed to as a new member. Thanks for reading this post, and have a good day.
  7. Hey Guys! Me and my dad don't talk much, but.......... together we've collected coins for the past 20+ years Does anyone know how I can get some of the coins valued??? I heard amazing things about this site, let me know if you can help. Peace out Jay
  8. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0F27-4IppF-rNPAUBM3zw https://coincombinat.wordpress.com/blog/
  9. hi i have found some coins and many more would like what for coins they are and if they are worth some thing or not there is also 1 Seal ~ Mark . thanks .
  10. CBM-Store.com July eBay auction ------------------------------------------------------------------ Coins, Banknotes, Military Medals, Sports Collectibles, Lapel Pins ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bid now: http://stores.ebay.com/Coins-Banknotes-Militaria-Store
  11. http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/18/middleeast/israel-gold-coins-discovery/index.html http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/18/divers-find-priceless-trove-of-gold-coins-off-israels-mediterranean-coast VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J_JQMLO8FY
  12. Morning, I recently bought a small collection of Pre-WWII and WWII banknotes and coins from a small militaria shop near to where I live. I was hoping that someone would be able to give me more information on the notes/coins, as I purchased them specifically because of the dates they were printed/minted. If someone could give me more information or even a value I will be very grateful. I have graded the notes as honestly and fairly as possible. I bought all of it for £10, and quickly bought them home and put it all into protective sleeves and cases. As I walked in he had just bought a suitcase with it all in, and that is probably why I got it for a 'tenner', as he was more interested in the uniforms and medals. The set consists of 21 notes and 4 coins, and are as followed: Banknotes Tien (10) Gulden (Princess Emma (Old Woman) Rembrandt Version) - Dated 20 June 1940 - Very Fine (One edge has a fold on it) Tien (10) Gulden (Blue Version) - Dated 4 February 1943 (Series 2) - Very Fine 2 Een (1) Gulden (Red Version - Both Dated 4 February 1943 (Series 2) - Fine/Very Fine (Light folds on one of the notes) Een (1) Gulden - Dated 1 October 1938 (Series BX) - Very Good (Paper is very thin in the middle though) 4 Funfzig Pfennig (1/2 Mark) - Dated Serie 1944 (Allied Military Authority) - Very Fine/Good (Three are in very good condition, but one is quite dirty) Eine (1) Rentenmark - Dated Serie 1944 (Allied Military Authority) - Very Fine (Nice colour and one fold along one corner) Eine (1) Rentenmark - Dated 30 January 1937 - Very Fine (Best note of the lot, brilliant colour and no folds/pin holes) Bwei (2) Rentenmark - Dated 30 January 1937 - Very Fine (One fold down the middle) (Belgian) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated 1 February 1943 - Fine - (Has a dirty mark on the top right corner) (Belgian) Dix (10) Francs - Dated 1 February 1943 - Very Fine (Has no marks or folds, but paper is a little dirty) (Belgian) Vinght (20) Francs - Dated 23 January 1943 - Good (The worst note of the lot, good colour, but has dirty marks round most of the edge, and has many folds, no tears though) (French) Deux (2) Francs - Dated Serie De 1944 - Very Good (French) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated Serie De 1944 - Good ( No rips/holes but is quite grubby) 2 (French) Cinq (5) Francs - Dated 2 June 1943 - Very Good/Fine (Both notes are a bit grubby with a minor fold down the middle) (French) Dix (10) Francs - Dated 2 February 1939 - Good (Colour is nice, but one major rip along the top border cuts a little into the design) (French) Vingt (20) Francs - Dated 28 January 1943 - Very Good (Tiny rip on top border, does not go into the design though) Coins 5 (Silver) Reichmark (with Swastika) - Dated 1938 - Great condition, no signs of cleaning/tarnish/damage 5 (Silver) Reichmark (with Eagle & 2 small Swastika) - Dated 1935 - Very Good condition, has the Potsdam Garrison Church on the back 2 (Part-Silver) Reichmark (with Swastika) - Dated 1937 - Very good condition, shows signs of circulation 10 (Iron) Stadt Duren - Dated 1918 - Brilliant condition, considering it is Iron, there is not rust/damage/tarnish
  13. I've been largely inactive with my coins and medals for several years but recently got my website (www.napoleonicmedals.org) back online and have begun re-photographing my collection. Hope to talk to everyone soon. Vern
  14. I have a very complicated case, maybe you could help me to find answers. I have a commemorative silver 5 Euro coin issued this year in original round plastic capsule. Coin was issued by national bank in Proof (!) quality and issue limit was 10 000 coins. National bank informed collectors that design of this coin will contain 3 national flags that will be in colours. There are no other designs- just this one with 3 flags in colours. Coin I bought from national bank was with error in its design- 2/3 of colours in 3rd flag were missing (colour is missing on 22.2% of surface where it should have been)... It is 100% sure that there are no pieces of fell-off colour in the round plastic capsule and this capsule is for 100% in the same condition national bank sold it to me. Nobody has ever opened or made any changes to it or coin! At the place, where should be colours of 3rd flag, there is nothing: no dots of colour, no scratches, no dust, no traces of chemicals (cleaners or something), nothing. Just silver. I think this error was made in mint and somehow passed all quality tests for coin to be called Proof (!) in mint and national bank and was sold to collector- me. (Sometime people don't see simple things that are in front of their eyes...) I informed national bank about this situation and they gave me an answer that this is an error and there should not be coins with 2/3 of colours in 3rd flag missing. National bank also confirmed that this is the only case known. Due to the fact that none of the collectors I know have ever seen or heard anything about this type of error, I started to search on internet. I wasn't able to find any information about this kind of errors... I hope you can give me some ideas about my case. I wanted to understand: 1) Is this kind of error (not fully coloured elements in Proof (!) coins) considered to be rare between Proof (!) dollars, euros, pounds, rubles etc.? 2) Is this kind of error collectable? 3) Is this kind of error considered to be more valuable than typical errors (broadstrikes, off-centers, double strikes in collars, off-metals etc.)? 4) Are there known worldwide examples between Proof (!) dollars, euros, pounds, rubles etc. with this kind of mint error? (for example- coin with American flag missing blue colour; coin with colibri bird with wings left silver white etc.) All this situation is something completely new for me. I have never ever before read so many articles about coin errors than during last 7 days. Thank you very much for your time and answers! Have a good day!
  15. Hey everyone, So, the Content team at Gainesville Coins reached out and did a bit of research on what coins experts within the industry are most interested in. We limited their responses to just 3 coins in order to narrow it down to their absolute favorites. I think we pulled a fairly decent array of personalities--some people were hardcore numismatists, others were avid bullion stackers, and still others were primarily financial analysts--that represent a diversity of expertise with coins. Some gave detailed explanations, while others were matter-of-fact. We asked our esteemed panel, “If you could ONLY have 3 gold coins or silver coins, which would they be, and why?" The results of our experimental "Expert Round-Up" can be found here>>http://www.gainesvillecoins.com/article/the-most-coveted-gold-and-silver-coins Take a look at their responses, and maybe a few of their choices will resonate with you. Then again, maybe not! We saw plenty of suggestions for rare numismatic coins, both U.S. and foreign, while some respondents preferred modern bullion coins. I would love for this to spark a discussion in the forum. We're all "CoinPeople" here, so feel free to offer your own informed choices!
  16. jrwild9553

    Coin albums

    Hello again. Thanks for the answers to my scratchy Lincoln cent obverse. It looks to be a common thing that has to do with the die at time of striking. I got an XF 1909-S for 115. Just because the seller put a caution that it may have been cleaned. I win. Having to do with my Lincoln collection, I would like some opinions on Coin albums. I have had my collection in Whitman folders for all these years. I have all UNC from 37 to date. I have made many upgrades through the years. Now it's time for an album. I assume,,,, Dansco (7100) is the way to go. 1909 to 2009. With extra holes for a few more years. 2016 I think. No proofs, but does have a 1922-Plain hole. Which was a mistake. I'll just put a 22-D in their and who will know the difference? I was hoping to be proud of my album with only ONE blank spot. That 22-P can bite me. Does anyone consider the Dansco albums to be the best ones? Thanks again,,,, Jim
  17. story http://www.royalmint.com/aboutus/news/the-royal-mint-strikes-silver-coins-from-seventy-year-old-sunken-bullion link to purchase http://www.royalmint.com/shop/SS_Gairsoppa_Britannia_2014_UK_Quarter_Ounce_Silver_Coin
  18. Buying single items or collection. * Russian copper coins: 1)18th century in VF condition or highest grade 2)19th century in EF condition or highest grade *Russian silver coins: 18th century minor coins (denomination from altyn up to polupoltinnik) *Rare Russian coins buying in any grades *Specialize Russian Numismatic Literature *Specialize Russian Auction catalogs *Collectors archive, letters ,notes or documents related to Russian numismatic. Please send offer by personal message Thank you Rarenum
  19. Maybe this will be interesting for community members. This is a very powerful software i am using now for managing my collection. It allows to manage inventory of any collectibles. I found it extremely useful for my coin collection management. There are customizable statistic, collectible templates and reports. Free version is available (i started from this). http://lignup.com/coincollecting.html Hope this will save some hours of searching for those who need it.
  20. http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/man-loses-keys--finds-15th-century-relics-instead-191705805.html
  21. I’ve been a coin collector for most of my life, and I’m also a programmer. I think I can build a free tool for collection management that’s better than what currently exists, but I’m trying to decide if it would be worth my time to do so (I don’t want to spend a few months building something that only I would use). My girlfriend (she’s a programmer too) and I put together a short video of what I’d like to build. The video is at 43copper.com. I’m interested in finding out whether or not a free, full-featured coin management system would be something people would use, and also what features would be the most important to build into it. Any feedback, thoughts, ideas, and advice would be appreciated. If it seems like there’s enough interest in the idea (based on feedback here on CP, conversations with collectors I’ve been reaching out to, and people signing up for an email list at 43copper.com), I’ll get to work. Thanks so much, Jack
  22. aleks999

    Latin American Banknotes

    Latin American Banknotes - Bank notes image gallery containing scans of 293 different banknotes from Central and South America.
  23. aleks999

    World Bank Notes Blog

    Hi everyone, this blog presents the collection of banknotes images with descriptions Pictures of Bank Notes and World Currency - Banknote Image Gallery containing scans of 877 different banknotes.
  24. i have recently ran into these Filipino coins here are some images if u can help me identify price and what type they are it would be greatly appreciated Coin 1 Front: http://prntscr.com/txyxi Back: http://prntscr.com/txyrq Coin 2 Front: http://prntscr.com/txz4y Back: http://prntscr.com/txz7x Coin 3 Front and back are the same: http://prntscr.com/txzb9 Thank you all help will be appreciated ​New to this forum so sorry if i make any mistakes
  25. Hey guys, just wanted to share with you this amazing box of pennies I picked up to coin roll hunt through. I have been CRH'ing for two years and this is the first time I have ever found anything like this. In the $25 box of pennies (Canadian currency as I'm in Canada), I found what appears to be 2000+ wheat pennies from various dates! Some even go back to the teens! I am still in shock and surprised. I put coin roll hunting videos up and have been doing so for quite a while and just added this amazing box to YouTube. Words can't possibly do this justice so I am sharing the link here if you want to see the finds from my first five rolls and the rest of the box! I've also posted videos showing the pennies from almost every roll in the box if you want to check them out!. Thanks guys, let me know if anyone else has ever found or heard of such a high number of wheats in a box before .
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