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Welcome to PCI2011. Please enter your Bi-metal 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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ccg's Bimetallic Entries

 

Mexico's 10, 20, and 50 peso brass and silver bi-metallic coins of 1993-1995 were among the first circulating bi-metallic coins issued, and the perhaps the only silver coins in the world to be issued for use in normal circulation since the late 1960s. Of these three, only the 10 peso circulated much, and can be found in mid grades. The 20 and 50 peso coins, having paper money equivalents, were not popular, and so did not see much circulation, and are seldom encountered in grades below EF. The increasing price of silver drove these coins from circulation in the 2000s as their BV exceeded FV.

 

ccg, bi-metal (brass/silver), Group 5 1901-Pres, 1993 10 Pesos, Mexico ccg 1993 10 Pesos

 

ccg, bi-metal (brass/silver), Group 5 1901-Pres, 1993 20 Pesos, Mexico ccg 1993 20 Pesos

 

ccg, bi-metal (brass/silver), Group 5 1901-Pres, 1993 50 Pesos, Mexico ccg 1993 50 Pesos

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Not sure on this one. It is two separate metals. So if wrong I can change it.

 

Mark Stilson, silver/brass, Group 6: NCLT

2000 Isle of Man Prime Meridian 1 Crown commemorative. The brass used on reverse was taking from original prime meridian which passed through the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in southeast London, United Kingdom. The Prime Meridian in Greenwich is now stainless steel.

1 Crown Isle of Man

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Not sure on this one. It is two separate metals. So if wrong I can change it.

 

Mark Stilson, silver/brass, Group 6: NCLT

2000 Isle of Man Prime Meridian 1 Crown commemorative. The brass used on reverse was taking from original prime meridian which passed through the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in southeast London, United Kingdom. The Prime Meridian in Greenwich is now stainless steel.

1 Crown Isle of Man

 

Looks good to me, Mark!

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Art's BiMetal Entries

 

 

art; Bimetal Group 5 1901-Present; 2005 2Euro Spain Don Quixote Commemorative; 2005 Don Quixote The coin has a center of brass and an outer ring of copper-nickel. Sorry couldn't get the colors right.

 

art; Bimetal Group 5 1901-Present; 2004 2Euro France World Food Commemorative; 2004 World Food Program Ditto on the content and picture.

 

Art; Bimetal Group 5 1901-Present; 2005 2Euro France European Constitution Commemorative; 2005 European Constitution Ditto on the content and picture.

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scotto - bi-metal (tin/copper plug) Group 2: 1501-1700 - james II tin farthing james II tin farthing

scotto - bi-metal Group 5: 1901-Present - 2002 commonwealth games (england £2) commonwealth games £2

scotto - bi-metal Group 5: 1901-Present - 1991 5 roubles 1991 5 rouble

scotto - bi-metal Group 5: 1901-Present - 1 egyptian pound 2007 1 pound

 

scotto - bi-metal Group 7: Exonumia (plated bronze) medal, from the ministere de l'intereur french medal

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YeOldeCollector's Bimetallic Entries

 

YeOldeCollector: Bi-Metallic, Group 7 Exonumia, Victorian model penny. 1844-1848 by Joseph Moore, Copper with white metal centre.

 

YeOldeCollector: Bi-Metallic, Group 7 Exonumia, Victorian model halfpenny. 1844-1848 by Joseph Moore, Copper with brass centre.

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gxseries, Bimetallic, Group 5 1901-Present, Russia 2007 10 rubles commemorating Bashkortostan, gxseries Russia 2007 10 rubles commemorating Bashkortostan

gxseries, Bimetallic, Group 5 1901-Present, Russia 2007 10 rubles commemorating Arkangelsk region, gxseries Russia 2007 10 rubles commemorating Arkangelsk region

gxseries, Bimetallic, Group 5 1901-Present, Japan 2010 500 yen commemorating Fukui Prefecture, gxseries Japan 2010 500 yen commemorating Fukui Prefecture

 

gxseries, Bimetallic, Group 6 NCLT, Kazakhstan 2006 500 tenge - silver and tantalum bimetal, gxseries Kazakhstan 2006 500 tenge

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There are 8 groups in each material catagory.

 

Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD NO ENTRIES.

 

Group 2: 1501-1700

 

Group 3: 1701-1800 NO ENTRIES.

 

Group 4: 1801-1900 NO ENTRIES.

 

Group 5: 1901-Present

 

Group 6: NCLT

 

Group 7: Exonumia

 

Group 8: Special Coins NO ENTRIES.

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jtryka: NCLT: 2004 Niobium 25-euro railway commemorative Austria

 

http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/977108.jpg

 

jtryka: NCLT: Canada, 2003 FA-1 Locomotive Commemorative gold and silver

 

http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/977109.jpg

 

 

GROUP 6

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