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  1. Zambia 1000 Kwacha 2005 (Front: Jacaranda tree; African Fish Eagle; Back: Aardvark; Sorghum farming; Freedom Statue Chainbreaker in Lusaka) Polymer, UNC. http://banknotebank.com/notes/904246A.jpg Antarctica 1 Dollar 22.4.1999 (penguins; mountains) UNC http://banknotebank.com/notes/903794A.jpg
  2. 1909 U.S. $2½ Gold, Indian Head, Incused design. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/931266.jpg 1920 U.S. Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar, UNC. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/923160.jpg 1911 France, 20 Francs, Gold. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/897175.jpg
  3. U.S. 1864 2 Cents, toned UNC. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/917572.jpg 1820 U.S. Bust Half Dollar, O-106 Variety, EF. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/923157.jpg 1900 Great Britain, Florin, Victoria Old Head. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/923354.jpg
  4. 1988 Samoa 10 Tala, 0.999 Silver, Proof. Comemmorates the voyage of the Kon-Tiki, a balsa log raft sailed from South America to Tahiti in 1947 by Thor Heyerdahl. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/898891.jpg And as much as I dislike calling these commemoratives "NCLT" ... but since that's where you seem to want them: 1936 Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar. PCGS MS-64. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/916904.jpg
  5. 1795 Scottish halfpenny sized Conder Token. Angusshire, Dundee DH-10. Obv: COMMERCE AUGMENTS DUNDEE Rev: DUNDEE HALF PENNY 1795 Old Tower Founded 1189. It really is that blue with reflected light. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/910337.jpg 1887 Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Bronze medal 77mm diameter. This is the Official Royal Mint Issue by J.E. Boehm and F. Leighton. Eimer 1733, BHM 3219. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/910341.jpg 1925 USA Norse American Centennial Medal. http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/905968.jpg
  6. Thrace, Cherronesos; Hemidrachm, 400-350 BC http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/904295.jpg AE Sceat of Aethelred II, King of Northumbria 841-844 AD. Obv: EDLLRED REX Rev: EANRED (moneyer) http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/894258.jpg
  7. The small notes (US) are from about 1928 on. The "classic" category states prior to 1910.
  8. I don't see anyplace that small obsolete US currency would fit (old small sized silver certificates, etc.) Giving any thought to that?
  9. Look up Collector Safe on ebay - you'll find several listings for banknote holders; or you can get them from HobbiesDepot.com I use them for all my notes. They have several sizes.
  10. Jim Coad Rare Coins in Albuquerque, NM, is the only shop I'll buy from around here. There are a couple of other so-called coin shops here, but, since I got treated like crap at both of them, I'll stick with Jim. His coins are priced fairly, he has a huge inventory, and he's friendly.
  11. I just emailed Daniel Carr to let him know what this moron was up to.
  12. Thrace, Cherronesos; Hemidrachm, 400-350 BC
  13. Oh, she most certainly is !!! Welcome Ms. Lucille
  14. Me likes toners ... from anywhere
  15. Looks like I've hit a major dryspell in every area - the British Victorians that I need to fill out the type set are expensive and I can't find any nice looking ones for a reasonable price; the US Type Set - same reason on the better stuff like early coppers and draped bust pieces (I could buy the modern crap, I suppose, but I'm just not interested); and the Large Cents and Half Cents are getting beyond my price range in the conditions I want. What a bummer of a topic
  16. Wow, that is a gorgeous note, De Orc
  17. The seller ended this listing early because of an error in the minimum bid or reserve amount. Hmmmm ...
  18. Pistrucci's. (I think that's who designed the '51)
  19. The San Diego looked like a good strike to me. That's what caught my eye, and the relief is certainly a part of that. The Columbian is EF in my opinion.
  20. I agree with Art. Collect what and how it makes you happy. My preference for the 20th Century Type Set is anything that starts with "19" ... but that's just me
  21. There were tons of really nice U.S. notes there! 1953-C U.S. $2 United States Note, Red Seal, UNC. 1935-C U.S. $1 Silver Certificate, UNC. 1934-A U.S. $5 Silver Certificate, Blue Seal, UNC. 1928 U.S. $5 United States Note, Red Seal, UNC. Graded by PMG 65 Gem Uncirculated. ... and I finally picked up a "Funnyback" 1928-A U.S. $1 Silver Cert., Blue Seal. Seller calls it Gem UNC, but I'm not so sure.
  22. 1892 Columbian Exposition 1935-s U.S. San Diego
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