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Welcome to PCI2011. Please enter your Copper materials in this thread.

 

OK....Here we go.

 

There are threads in PCI2010 for each of the seven materials trees. Within these threads please post your entries for each group labelled for that group. Remember you can enter three coins for each group within each material tree. Entries in the format below are greatly appreciated.

 

SAMPLE:

Art, Copper, 1801-1900, 1853 US Large Cent

Art 1853 Large Cent

 

This will be posted in my one post in the Copper Materials Tree thread. If I decide to change coins are add coins, I do it by editing the single post that I have made.

 

Thanks and best of luck to all of you.

 

Entries open: 9August2011

 

Entries close: 19August 2011 at 11:59PM

 

There are 8 groups in each material catagory.

 

Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD

 

Group 2: 1501-1700

 

Group 3: 1701-1800

 

Group 4: 1801-1900

 

Group 5: 1901-Present

 

Group 6: NCLT

 

Group 7: Exonumia

 

Group 8: Special Coins - anything you collect that you feel warrants being outside the other catagories.

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Art's Copper Entries

 

Group4: Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1853 US Large CentArt 1853 Large Cent

Group4: Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1834 US Large CentArt 1834 Large Cent N2 Rev 30degrees rotated

Group4: Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1844 Large Cent N1 MDS F15/10+ Art 1844 Large Cent N1

 

 

Art, copper, Group 5 1901-Present, 1963D Lincoln Cent; 1963D Lincoln Cent

 

 

Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1793 Coventry Half Penny; 1793 Coventry Half Penny

Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1997 Eagle Eye Coin Eagle Medal; Eagle Medal

Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1973 Watergate Ingot; 1973 Watergate Ingot

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ElVerno's Copper Entries

 

elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1790 2 Pfenning, Munster ElVerno 1790 2 Pfenning

 

elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1795 II Pfennig, Frankfurt ElVerno 1795 II Pfennig

 

elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1800 1/4 Kreutzer, Austria ElVerno 1800 1/4 Kreutzer

 

elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1802 1 Skilling, Sweden, overstruck on 1767 2 Ore ElVerno 1802 1 Skilling

 

elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1804 5 Kopeks, Russia ElVerno 1804 5 Kopeks

 

elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1814 ¼ Kreuzer, Saxe-Meiningen ElVerno 1814 ¼ Kreuzer

 

elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1798 L'Égypte Conquise, France ElVerno 1798 L'Égypte Conquise

 

elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1808 La Reine de Naples, France ElVerno 1808 La Reine de Naples

 

elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1810 Church group jeton de presence, France ElVerno 1810 Church group jeton de presence

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Steve D'Ippolito Copper Entries

 

Steve D'Ippolito;copper;group 3 1701-1800;1777 10 Kopeks Siberian, Russia Siberian 10 Kopeks

10 Kopeks. Siberian coppers were made out of copper by-product of a silver mine in the Altai. Since the copper contained some silver and even gold it was decided to mint coppers at a new facility in Kolyvan, but in doing so to institute a new distinctive design and make the coins to a lower weight standard (more face value per unit weight). The KM stands for Kolvyan Copper (Med'), and is not a mint mark. The very early coins in the series had edge lettering instead of the KM initials, on the larger pieces. The series ran from 1764-1781 after which the Kolyvan mint started producing regular-style coppers, of the typical Catherine II type, with the KM mintmark (and this time it was a mintmark). The Kolyvan mint was finally closed in the 1830s.

 

Steve D'Ippolito;copper;group 4 1801-1900;1810 Bisti, Georgia Georgian bisti

This coin was issued for use in Georgia, after the Russian empire absorbed it. Note the lettering entirely in the distinctive Georgian alphabet. Even the date is done with Georgian lettering, in a scheme similar to ancient Greek and Hebrew usage where the first letter of the alphabet was 1, the second 2, the tenth 10, the eleventh 20, the nineteenth 100, and so on. The Georgian alphabet had enough letters to get one through 9,999 with this system, though some of the letters are no longer in use today.

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scotto - copper Group 1 - Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD - constantius II fallen horseman AE3 constantius II

scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - 1624 dated spanish copper cob spanish cob

scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - c 1644 chinese cash chinese cash

scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - 1694 farthing, possible unbarred A's 1694 farthing

scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1723 halfpenny 1723 halfpenny

scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1758 2 kopeck overstuck over earlier issue 1758 2 kopeck

scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1800 2 kopeck 1800 2 kopeck

scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1853/52 farthing 1853 farthing

scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1858 penny 1858 penny

scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1872 farthing 1872 farthing

scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1908 UNC farthing 1908 farthing

scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1912 5 centime 1912 5 centime

scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1920 4 doubles 1920 4 doubles

scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - numremburg jeton of Hanns Kravwinckel A over M in MAN nuremburg jeton

scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - 1655 jeton from dijon 1655 jeton

scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - 1924 british empire exhibition medal 1924 british empire exhibition

 

scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins -replica medal commerorating the baloon flight of 1794 - baloon flight medal

scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins - 1879 narrow date penny extimated 1000 in existance 1879 narrow date

scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins - 1858 small date farthing - a rare variety estamted to be mere hundreds in existance and this is higher grade then most 1858 small date

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Mark Stilson, copper, Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD

Constantius II AE3, 337-361 A.D. Antioch OBVERSE: DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG. diademed head right. REVERSE: VOT/XX/MVLT/XXX within wreath Roman Votive vows for 20 years and repeated for 30 years 15mm - 1.7 grams

Constantius Votive

 

Edited: moved to zinc lincolns to base metals.

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just a question... does bronze count as copper? its like 95% copper and there was hardly any copper in the 20th century

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Scott wait until George or Art answers. But it does seem like it would count. Even most U.S. cents were not pure copper. From the U.S. Mint's web site:

 

"The composition was pure copper from 1793 to 1837.

From 1837 to 1857, the cent was made of bronze (95 percent copper, and five percent tin and zinc).

From 1857, the cent was 88 percent copper and 12 percent nickel, giving the coin a whitish appearance.

The cent was again bronze (95 percent copper, and five percent tin and zinc) from 1864 to 1962."

 

Even the coin Art cited was bronze.

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I'm assuming that copper here is used in the normal coin sense. I.E. cents are considered copper until they have an actual composition change such as 1943 steel or zinc lincolns or steel Canadians.

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gxseries, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, Russia 1731 denga, gxseries Russia 1731 denga

 

gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1828 2 kopek, gxseries Russia 1828 2 kopek

gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1863/1 5 kopek, gxseries Russia 1863/1 5 kopek

gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1874 1 sen, gxseries Japan 1874 1 sen

 

gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, Korea 1909 1 chon, gxseries Korea 1909 1 chon

gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, Japan 1935 1 sen, gxseries Japan 1935 1 sen

gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, China 1912 10 cash, gxseries China 1912 10 cash

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ikaros, Copper, 1801-1900, 1825 UK farthing, ikaros 1825 farthing

ikaros, Copper, 1801-1900, 1889 UK penny, ikaros 1889 penny

 

ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1944 UK halfpenny, ikaros 1944 UK halfpenny

ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1944C Newfoundland cent, ikaros 1944-C Newfoundland 1 cent

ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1936 USSR 2 kopeks, 1936 USSR 2 kopeks

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ccg's Copper Entries

 

ccg, copper, Group 1 XXXX-1500, c. 275 AD Aurelian Antoninianus, Roman Empire ccg c. 275 AD Antoninianus

 

ccg, copper, Group 1 XXXX-1500, c. 350 AD Constantius II 1/2 cent, Roman Empire ccg c. 350 AD 1/2 cent

 

ccg, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, 1773 Halfpenny, UK ccg 1773 Halfpenny

 

ccg, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, 1797 2 Pence, UK ccg 1797 2 Pence

 

ccg, copper, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1924 2 Pfennig, Germany ccg 1924 2 Pfennig

 

ccg, bronze, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1926 1 Cent, French Indo-China ccg 1926 1 Cent

 

ccg, bronze, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1944 1 Mil, Palestine ccg 1944 1 Mil

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YeOldeCollector's Copper Entries

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 1 Ancient and Medieval, Urbs Roma follis with Romulus and Remus 4th Century.

 

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 2 1501-1700, James I Farthing, virtually as-struck.

 

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 3 1701-1800, George I 'Dump' Issue Farthing of 1717.

 

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, George III Soho Farthing.

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, George III Irish Halfpenny. wrong entry - corrected to http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/995246.jpg

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Queen Victoria Halfpenny of 1887. Plenty of lustre.

 

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, George V Farthing with some very clear ghosting of the portrait on the reverse.

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, George V Farthing.

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, Lundy Half Puffin. Whilst not technically legal these did circulate.

 

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, Chichester Halfpenny token featuring Queen Elizabeth I. Edge reads "PAYABLE AT DALLYS CHICHESTER", dated 1794.

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, 1795 Duke of York halfpenny token.

 

YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, Medal to celebrate the 1878 International Congress for the Society for Protection of Animals. A hefty piece!

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There are 8 groups in each material catagory.

 

Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD

 

Group 2: 1501-1700

 

Group 3: 1701-1800

 

Group 4: 1801-1900

 

Group 5: 1901-Present

 

Group 6: NCLT NO ENTRIES.

 

Group 7: Exonumia

 

Group 8: Special Coins - anything you collect that you feel warrants being outside the other catagories.

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good, i'll add my bronze roman later then :P

 

Never got a response, Scott! Send it to me ASAP!

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Never got a response, Scott! Send it to me ASAP!

 

never mind! I see where you posted it.

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And entries are closed.

 

Voting for Round 1 begins: TBA

Voting for Round 1 ends: TBA

 

The Copper bracket will be as follows:

 

Group 1 -

 

1 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 1 Ancient and Medieval, Urbs Roma follis with Romulus and Remus 4th Century.

2 - ccg, copper, Group 1 XXXX-1500, c. 275 AD Aurelian Antoninianus, Roman Empire ccg c. 275 AD Antoninianus

3 - ccg, copper, Group 1 XXXX-1500, c. 350 AD Constantius II 1/2 cent, Roman Empire ccg c. 350 AD 1/2 cent

4 - Mark Stilson, copper, Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD

Constantius II AE3, 337-361 A.D. Antioch OBVERSE: DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG. diademed head right. REVERSE: VOT/XX/MVLT/XXX within wreath Roman Votive vows for 20 years and repeated for 30 years 15mm - 1.7 grams

Constantius Votive

5- scotto - copper Group 1 - Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD - constantius II fallen horseman AE3 constantius II

 

1 vs. 5, 2 vs. 4, 3 gets a bye do to random draw

A,B,C

 

 

Group 2 -

 

1 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 2 1501-1700, James I Farthing, virtually as-struck.

2 - scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - 1624 dated spanish copper cob spanish cob

3 - scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - c 1644 chinese cash chinese cash

4 - scotto - copper Group 2 - 1501-1700 - 1694 farthing, possible unbarred A's 1694 farthing

 

1 vs. 4, 2 vs. 3

A,B

 

 

 

Group 3 -

 

1 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 3 1701-1800, George I 'Dump' Issue Farthing of 1717.

2 - ccg, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, 1773 Halfpenny, UK ccg 1773 Halfpenny

3 - ccg, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, 1797 2 Pence, UK ccg 1797 2 Pence

4 - gxseries, copper, Group 3 1701-1800, Russia 1731 denga, gxseries Russia 1731 denga

5 - scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1723 halfpenny 1723 halfpenny

6 - scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1758 2 kopeck overstuck over earlier issue 1758 2 kopeck

7 - scotto - copper Group 3 - 1701-1800 - 1800 2 kopeck 1800 2 kopeck

8 - elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1790 2 Pfenning, Munster ElVerno 1790 2 Pfenning

9 - elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1795 II Pfennig, Frankfurt ElVerno 1795 II Pfennig

10 - elverno;copper;Group 3 1701-1800;1800 1/4 Kreutzer, Austria ElVerno 1800 1/4 Kreutzer

11 - Steve D'Ippolito;copper;group 3 1701-1800;1777 10 Kopeks Siberian, Russia Siberian 10 Kopeks

10 Kopeks. Siberian coppers were made out of copper by-product of a silver mine in the Altai. Since the copper contained some silver and even gold it was decided to mint coppers at a new facility in Kolyvan, but in doing so to institute a new distinctive design and make the coins to a lower weight standard (more face value per unit weight). The KM stands for Kolvyan Copper (Med'), and is not a mint mark. The very early coins in the series had edge lettering instead of the KM initials, on the larger pieces. The series ran from 1764-1781 after which the Kolyvan mint started producing regular-style coppers, of the typical Catherine II type, with the KM mintmark (and this time it was a mintmark). The Kolyvan mint was finally closed in the 1830s.

 

1 vs. 11, 2 vs. 10, 3 vs. 7, 4 vs. 5, 6 vs. 9, 8 gets a bye due to a random draw.

1 vs. 11=A, 2 vs. 10=B, 3 vs. 7=C, 4 vs. 5=D, 6 vs. 9=E, 8 =F

 

Group 4 -

 

1 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, George III Soho Farthing.

2 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, George III Irish Halfpennyphoto entry corrected

3 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Queen Victoria Halfpenny of 1887. Plenty of lustre.

4 - gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1828 2 kopek, gxseries Russia 1828 2 kopek

5 - gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1863/1 5 kopek, gxseries Russia 1863/1 5 kopek

6 - gxseries, copper, Group 4 1801-1900, Russia 1874 1 sen, gxseries Japan 1874 1 sen

7 - scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1853/52 farthing 1853 farthing

8 - scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1858 penny 1858 penny

9 - scotto - copper Group 4 - 1801-1900 - 1872 farthing 1872 farthing

10 - Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1853 US Large CentArt 1853 Large Cent

11 - Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1834 US Large CentArt 1834 Large Cent N2 Rev 30degrees rotated

12 - Art, Copper, Group 4 1801-1900, 1844 Large Cent N1 MDS F15/10+ Art 1844 Large Cent N1

13 -Steve D'Ippolito;copper;group 4 1801-1900;1810 Bisti, Georgia Georgian bisti

This coin was issued for use in Georgia, after the Russian empire absorbed it. Note the lettering entirely in the distinctive Georgian alphabet. Even the date is done with Georgian lettering, in a scheme similar to ancient Greek and Hebrew usage where the first letter of the alphabet was 1, the second 2, the tenth 10, the eleventh 20, the nineteenth 100, and so on. The Georgian alphabet had enough letters to get one through 9,999 with this system, though some of the letters are no longer in use today.

14 - elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1802 1 Skilling, Sweden, overstruck on 1767 2 Ore ElVerno 1802 1 Skilling

15 - elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1804 5 Kopeks, Russia ElVerno 1804 5 Kopeks

16 - elverno;copper;Group 4 1801-1900;1814 ¼ Kreuzer, Saxe-Meiningen ElVerno 1814 ¼ Kreuzer

17 - ikaros, Copper, 1801-1900, 1825 UK farthing, ikaros 1825 farthing

18 - ikaros, Copper, 1801-1900, 1889 UK penny, ikaros 1889 penny

late additions

19. jtryka, Copper, Group4, 1804 Half Cent

20. jtryka, Copper, Group4, 1836 Large Cent

1 vs 15, 2 vs. 7, 3 vs. 10, 4 vs. 16, 5 vs. 8, 6 vs. 11, 9 vs. 12, 13 vs. 18, 14 vs. 17

New pairings.

1 vs 19=A, 15 vs 20=B, 2 vs. 7=C, 3 vs. 10=D, 4 vs. 16=E, 5 vs. 8=F, 6 vs. 11=G, 9 vs. 12=H, 13 vs. 18=I, 14 vs. 17=J

 

 

 

Group 5 -

 

1 - Art, copper, Group 5 1901-Present, 1963D Lincoln Cent; 1963D Lincoln Cent

2- scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1908 UNC farthing 1908 farthing

3 - scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1912 5 centime 1912 5 centime

4 - scotto - copper Group 5 - 1901-Present - 1920 4 doubles 1920 4 doubles

5- gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, Korea 1909 1 chon, gxseries Korea 1909 1 chon

6 - gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, Japan 1935 1 sen, gxseries Japan 1935 1 sen

7 - gxseries, copper, Group 5 1901-present, China 1912 10 cash, gxseries China 1912 10 cash

8 - Burks, Copper/Bronze, 1901-present, 1936B Switzerland 2 Rappen KM#4 Burks, Copper/Bronze, 1901-present, 1936B Switzerland 2 Rappen KM#4,

9 - ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1944 UK halfpenny, ikaros 1944 UK halfpenny

10 - ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1944C Newfoundland cent, ikaros 1944-C Newfoundland 1 cent

11 - ikaros, Copper, 1901-present, 1936 USSR 2 kopeks, 1936 USSR 2 kopeks

12 - ccg, copper, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1924 2 Pfennig, Germany ccg 1924 2 Pfennig

13 - ccg, bronze, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1926 1 Cent, French Indo-China ccg 1926 1 Cent

14 - ccg, bronze, Group 5 1901-Pres, 1944 1 Mil, Palestine ccg 1944 1 Mil

15 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, George V Farthing with some very clear ghosting of the portrait on the reverse.

16 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, George V Farthing.

17 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 5 1901-Present, Lundy Half Puffin. Whilst not technically legal these did circulate.

 

1 gets a bye due to random draw, 2 vs. 5, 3 vs, 9, 4 vs. 12, 5 vs. 10, 7 vs. 13, 8 vs. 15, 11 vs. 16, 14 vs. 17

 

1 =A, 2 vs. 5=B, 3 vs, 9=C, 4 vs. 12=D, 5 vs. 10=E, 7 vs. 13=F, 8 vs. 15=G, 11 vs. 16=H, 14 vs. 17=I

6 vs 6=J -- put up 9-15-2011 voting ends 9-17-2011

 

 

 

 

Group 6 -

 

no entrants

 

 

Group 7 -

 

1 - Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1793 Coventry Half Penny; 1793 Coventry Half Penny

2 - Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1997 Eagle Eye Coin Eagle Medal; Eagle Medal

3 - Art, copper, Group 7 Exonumia; 1973 Watergate Ingot; 1973 Watergate Ingot

4 - elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1798 L'Égypte Conquise, France ElVerno 1798 L'Égypte Conquise

5 - elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1808 La Reine de Naples, France ElVerno 1808 La Reine de Naples

6 - elverno;copper;Group 7 Exonumia;1810 Church group jeton de presence, France ElVerno 1810 Church group jeton de presence

7 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, Chichester Halfpenny token featuring Queen Elizabeth I. Edge reads "PAYABLE AT DALLYS CHICHESTER", dated 1794.

8 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, 1795 Duke of York halfpenny token.

9 - YeOldeCollector, Copper, Group 7 Exonumia, Medal to celebrate the 1878 International Congress for the Society for Protection of Animals. A hefty piece!

10 - scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - numremburg jeton of Hanns Kravwinckel A over M in MAN nuremburg jeton

11 - scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - 1655 jeton from dijon 1655 jeton

12 - scotto - copper Group 7 - Exonumia - 1924 british empire exhibition medal 1924 british empire exhibition

 

1 vs. 4, 2 vs. 7, 3 vs. 10, 5 vs. 8, 6 vs. 11, 9 vs. 12 (love how this bracket worked out)

 

1 vs. 4=A, 2 vs. 7=B, 3 vs. 10=C, 5 vs. 8=D, 6 vs. 11=E, 9 vs. 12=F

 

 

 

 

 

Group 8 -

 

1 - scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins -replica medal commerorating the baloon flight of 1794 - baloon flight medal

2 - scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins - 1879 narrow date penny extimated 1000 in existance 1879 narrow date

3 - scotto-copper group 8 - Special Coins - 1858 small date farthing - a rare variety estamted to be mere hundreds in existance and this is higher grade then most 1858 small date

 

1 vs. 2 vs. 3

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New pairings have been posted for Group4 because of late entries.

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Round 1 for Copper has been posted for voting. Have fun it's a great group.

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