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  1. Hi everyone, Being an amateur I got the coins last month I figure it's probably hard to tell if it's real gold by looking at a picture but maybe someone might recognize the medallion and maybe there's no way a medallion of such sore could be made fake, it does not stick to magnet it clinks on the on the table just like a golden dollar it just looks too good to be real... Thank you in advance for any help... STAFF SERGEANT JOHN RETIRED
  2. rflight

    First Coin?

    Witch one would you choose for your first coin? Looking for a rare item rather than just a bullion price. What do you guys think? 1. 100€ Gold coin centenary of the republic of Estonia 1918-2018 100€ Gold Coin 1918-2019 Centenary 2. Gold and Silver coin set Gold and Silver Set 1918-2018
  3. 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.
  4. petr

    Gold sycee marks

    Hello, I have two pieces of gold sycee and i am not good in reading chinese characters can anyone read it ? Thank you Petro
  5. Hello, Hi have a 971 gold medal, uncirculated. It is written on one side "SIMON BOLIVAR 1783-1830" with his face pointing a bit on his right side. On the other face of the coin it is written "EL LIBERTADOR" with Simon Bolivar riding a horse facing to a shin sun to his right, and a map of South America on hi back. The medal weights around 8 gr. and is stamp saying is 917 gold plus a mark next to it on an hexagon were is written inside 79 B. I'm not on numismatics so I don't have proper equipment, therefore I couldn't see clear what is written there clearly. Think is 79 B, but could be also 79 13, or even 79 18. By this, I don't know if I'm doing right, I'm trying to determinate the year of production and country. Because of this I think could be 79 (some year) and B from Bolivia. I tried to research online but didn't found this coin, just found something close to it on style, but silver: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Panama-1974-0-925-Silver-3-8538-oz-20-Balboas-Simon-Bolivar-PROOF-/321195547427 Some photos: http://imgur.com/a/wSXUj http://imgur.com/a/IZVNB http://imgur.com/a/1Uue9 http://imgur.com/a/OPnYc Some help would be appreciated to determine if it is a rare coin, how much coins has minted, country estimated value,...to collect as much information as I can. Then I can maybe try to sell it. Nice forum by the way, Cheers! EDIT: already posted photo of the mark I cannot see clear wahts there. For me 79 B EDIT 2: With last photo I managed to made with an old cd reader lent I can see is 29 B or 29 13, very dificult for me without numismatic knoledge to say what is there.
  6. 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
  7. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0F27-4IppF-rNPAUBM3zw https://coincombinat.wordpress.com/blog/
  8. Hi everyone, I recently found a 2 identical gold coins and was wondering about their origin I placed the coin in concentrated nitric acid and there was no reaction. Specifications Coin weight ~1.6g shape:rectangle with round edges length ~1.5cm width~1.1cm nothing written on it .only a shape in the front and back one of the shape seems to be either palm trees or 2 swords crossing ,The other shape I dont understand a thing. Hope someone can Idntify it . Thanks in advance !
  9. Hi everyone, I recently found a 2 identical gold coins and was wondering about their origin I placed the coin in concentrated nitric acid and there was no reaction. Specifications Coin weight ~1.6g shape:rectangle with round edges length ~1.5cm width~1.1cm nothing written on it .only a shape in the front and back one of the shape seems to be either palm trees or 2 swords crossing ,The other shape I dont understand a thing. Hope someone can Idntify it . Thanks in advance !
  10. AgStacks63

    Gold Eagle purchase

    I'm looking to buy a significant amount of gold but i'm hesitant because i'm not sure what to expect going forward... Should i wait? If so, how low will it go??
  11. AgStacks63

    CCE thoughts

    I know a guy that purchases off CCE and i was thinking about doing some purchasing through him. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
  12. AgStacks63

    Gold spot thought

    So i'm dragging my feet over here ahead of Wednesday's FOMC meeting trying to anticipate how low spot will go... Any one want to throw out a prediction? (NOT HOLDING YOU TO IT)
  13. i recently found 5 identical Russian gold coins from the year 1899. Can anyone tell me the value and some extra info on the coins?
  14. http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/kerang-man-unearths-135000-gold-nugget-20150309-13ywni.html
  15. 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
  16. http://www.thejournal.co.uk/news/north-east-news/first-gold-coin-found-vindolanda-7289036
  17. Joerng

    Gold coin help

    Here is a picture front and back of a gold coin that I am interested in buying, however, I can not seem to verify if it's an actual coin. The owner says that this is a King Mir Zakah coin, but I have my doubts and believe him to be wrong. It is 2.14 grams os solid gold as far as I can tell, however I haven't conducted testing for that yet. Can anyone help me identify this coin and maybe an idea of its worth.
  18. 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!
  19. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/os-treasure-hunters-find-gold-20130902,0,830238.story video included
  20. andreamarc

    Republica peruana Una Libra

    Hi, I'm new and am not a coin collector. I was out a a flea market here in Florida and got a small box lot of jewelry. There was what I thought was a medal but ir says Republica Peruana Lima, Una Libra and other stuff on the back. I did some reseach and this coin was made from 1898 to 1969 in gold for the whole time. This however looks like tarnished silver and is enamelled. Weird. Looks exactly like the coin and has ridges on the edge. Any ideas?? I haven't tried to clean it, but it doesn't look gold to me unless it's hiding under tarnish. Thanks
  21. drpepper843

    Anything interesting here?

    Hi folks! Wondering if I may have anything interesting here? anything catch anybody's eye? Thankshttp://s1311.photobu...Ancient%20Coins
  22. 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
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