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  1. Any collector who loves coins of 2 euros maybe knows the fame that exists around the greek 2 euros witch represent an ancient scene of the rapture of europe From zeus who is transformated into a Bull. The year of 2002 the cutting of the one part of these coins took place in Athens and the orher part in Finland.The coin that were cut in Finland had above one of the stars the english letter of (S). Some collectors found that these coins had a bunch of small mistakes in some other more metal in the chest of europe the fenomenon that Is called (bikini), and in some other small alterations in the face and also in some other seemed to have fault in centering of the number (2). .For all these reasons we saw these coins to be sold in all kind of prices and sometimes very high.In that way we had the curiosity to make a reseach of these coins that were cut in Finland. Through 3 years we investigated with every detail up to 10.000 pieces of this type of coins here in Greece. We found out enough of the mistakes that we have already mentioned and through all these 10.000 pieces there was (one and only) witch stood out from the rest because there were a lot of mistakes in one piece of coin. Here we will show you some photographies of the mistaken coin itself. The mistakes that we found out in this coin was .1)The centering of the one side of the coin with the picture of europe and Zeus clearly seems to be moved to the left side. 2) The angle of number 2 is completely disappeared. 3) The face of europe is also completely disappeared. 4) The word (EUROPE) has moved from the right side starting from the word (E). 5) There Is more metal in the chest of europe also known as "the bikini fenomenon". Furthermore there Is a small lesion in the clothe of europe. oldvaluestuf@gmail.com
  2. the most famous and remarkable gold coins of the Ottoman Empire are those of the km # 638 series. 1HAYRIYE ALTIN these coins were used for commercial transactions as well as for jewelery. at the time of his kingdom MAHMUD II (1828 - 1833) it had given a relative liberty to the subordinate peoples to have in their possession such gold coins. at that time many poor people living in the countryside managed to get these coins by working hard they gathered them not to feel rich but more to endow their daughters. so when the time of the wedding arrived, they pierced these fine gold coins and made a golden necklace and splashed them on the neck of the bride and with these golden coins the new couple made their new house. This is the reason why most of these coins are pierced. many of these coins have disappeared since then and some have been rescued.and have remained very little because after the fall of the Ottoman empire and the creation of the new Turkish state, the Turks banned every transaction with these coins and after he had gleaned as much as he could have melted them. this law has been up to date. But there is something that the collectors of the Ottoman coins maybe not aware of is that among these golden Ottoman coins of that period some of them are really very rare. among those golden coins that left me as an inheritance my grandmother is that in the photo with date of cut 1223/23. The coins of this date are really difficult to find anyone who love these coins and is a fanatical collector of Ottoman coins There are also some variations in decorative flowers in relation to the other coins of this series and I believe that for all these reasons and for the history of these coins, the valuation of their collectible value must be very large. Thanks
  3. Multiple $10, $50, $1, $2 bank notes. Very old. Some pre 1905. Very good condition. Can not upload image from phone as it says file too big. I can send pics or give more detailed descriptions. Sent picture to HA.com and with in 5 min they called and offered Thousands of dollars for a few old bank notes. Also have huge collection of coins (US currency). Have not even begun to scratch the surface on coins. Please help me figure out what I have found and what I should do to preserve/donate etc..
  4. rflight

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    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
  5. 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.
  6. 2008 Lincoln error letters above date
  7. Hi everyone. I'm new to the forum's and this is my first post, hope it's in the correct area! I have a fair sized Canadian penny collection, just missing an 1894, and I'm working on the different varieties of the different years. I have both the large and small 1920, and I came across an odd large 1920 at a junk sale, as you may see in the pictures, the middle coin is slightly smaller diameter than another large 1920 to it's left, it also has a very large raised edge as seen in the last picture. Any idea's on what I have here as I cannot find one like this listed in any guides or online anywhere? Thanks.
  8. Please help me identify this rare hollow quarter. I got it as change from a gas station and all of my online research leads me to believe that it may possibly be a spy quarter (KGB, Soviet) It is a 1971 Canadian quarter, the detail of the coin is unbelievable, which leads me to believe that it is not a fake, or counterfeit coin. However when weighed it is exactly 2.4/2.5 grams which is exactly half of the weight of a Canadian minted quarter. There is deterioration around the edge, where it appears to be opened at one time and the coin does not separate like typical known spy coins. there is a green substance inside that appears to be oxidization, (but i don't believe that it is oxidization... I don't exactly want to start scraping it out just in case it turns out to be some kind of suicide capsul) Can anyone explain this coin? Greatly Appreciated
  9. Hello Everybody. I'd be interested in your thoughts on this 10 Kroner Norway Norges Bank 1944 banknote. It was acquired during our father's infantry service during World War 2 Battle of the Bulge, campaigns, etc. I think it's one of the Norges Bank WWII Government-in-Exile 10 Kroners dated 1944 with Prefix Z and KRIGSSEDDEL. Pick P. 20b. London Issue Norway paper money. Another interesting thing about this rare banknote is that it was signed in the field by at least one or two soldiers. The bill is in good shape but has some wear and is faded somewhat. I noted the paper has a slight curl along the left edge of the front of the bill. I have only found minimal references to this note. There are many other 10 Kroner notes but not this one. I also found one auction that sold for $300 but other numismatic references online say this is worth much more money. Is it a rare piece and how valuable would it be if sold at auction or retail? Thank you for all your help.
  10. Stumbled on this 1960 small date, in rather impressive condition for coming out of a roll of randoms. On closer inspection I noticed the R being filled in... So I hit the 'ol Google-Machine to see if there were others. Two hits (posts) from two other forums. One from 2006 and one from 2011. I understand the D is more common, but obviously there are/is more than one filled R out there, but not many. Looking for thoughts/insight/input regarding the filled R on this coin -- And other factors. Much appreciated, thanks.
  11. The pictures are in the attachments! If anyone can identify it that'd be amazing.So far my friend and I have found pretty close matches with Russian coins and Turkish coins. I live in America found it near school.
  12. hi everyone i recently managed to pick up a 1915H halfpenny but im not sure what grade to call it so if you could help me with a grade and value and also are they really as rare as everyone is telling me ? please help me with this coin thanks in advance.
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