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  1. Hello to all members 1862 VICTORIA D.G. BRITT: REG: F:D: ONE CENT coin This coin belonged to my grandfather's collection ... It was gifted to him by a collector friend in Germany years ago ... now it belongs to my own collection .... oldvaluestuf@gmail.com
  2. Hi, i got an héritage where there are coins, one of them from 1862. There are several from 1900 something. But i want to sell them. The problèmes is that i canot identify them and i don't know how to wash them. Thanks
  3. hello, this coin was found in israel, if anyone can hellp me recognize this coin, or any information that might help me recognize it. thank you,
  4. Hi, i am wondering what background this coin has, or any information related to this coin. i do not have a ruler. but it is the width of a playing card and about 1/2 cm think. it has letters on the "head" side that look like "EOSO" (i am unsure about the "S" as it looks like a lightning bolt) any information would be appreciated!
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