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  1. Forgotten Coins Amazon Books. Use the LOOK INSIDE link to see if its needs to be in your library. Discusses how to detect Chinese Forgeries and their compositions. Kindle version is $3 and Amazon Kindle APP is FREE to download to your desktop. Discusses Counterfeits from 1500-Present with over 1000+ XRF Assays! Preface: This book is being dedicated to my good friend Bill Anton who has helped this collector throughout his collecting endeavors in the world of contemporary circulating counterfeit (contemporary counterfeits) collecting. I first met Bill during my early days of collecting
  2. Three Versions: CD on EBAY, Kindle E-Book via the FREE Amazon Kindle APP to any device and desktop and Softbound at Amazon Books. Forgotten Coins is my new book. Here is the Preface: This book is being dedicated to my good friend Bill Anton who has helped this collector throughout his collecting endeavors in the world of contemporary circulating counterfeit (contemporary counterfeits) collecting. I first met Bill during my early days of collecting New Jersey State Coppers. Bill did live close by to me so we did see each other often and did discuss various topics of colonial coin coll
  3. Easy to identify fake with an error in the text "ПЛЛТИНЫ" instead "ПЛАТИНЫ" and ... https://www.ebay.com/itm/COPPER-PATTERN-1842-IMPERIAL-RUSSIA-PLATINUM-3-ROUBLES-PROOF-PF-PR-RUSSIAN-/332428884335?
  4. Recently came across someone selling a Restrike Copy Of Straits Settlement $1 1909. As I didn't heard of a restrike for 1909, so I become curious and brought it from the person. From the pics, it looks like unc and new like prooflike coins. But once you got the coin, you see a big different. 1. Dia. 37.9mm instead of 34mm 2. weight : 26.66g (for 1903,04 with dia. 37mm, for 34mm should be 20g) 3. Non magnetic What I can said is nowadays, fake coins are making it so real even for the weights and sizes, it's really become worry for the coin collectors on finding a true real coins. As we kn
  5. Is this 1896-S Morgan dollar real? I see a die issue near one of the stars by the hair, and I don't see that on any VAM web page. It does NOT stick to a magnet and when I drop it it sounds like silver. I will weigh it at the coin shop saturday.
  6. I recently looked in an old purse of mine and found a very strange British pound coin. It's dated 1984 and has the thistle and royal diadem design on the back. On the heads side there is a little star with a clear gem in the center. I immediately started searching the internet but I couldn't find any other coins like it or anyone who had heard of this. I thought it might be fake but it looks and feels legitimate and it would be odd for someone faking coins to put effort into making it stand out. Not being able to find any info at all on this coin is driving me crazy. Have any of you seen anyth
  7. I've wondering how one learns to detect counterfeit notes? I'm curious in general if there are any techniques that are universally applicable to banknote counterfeit detection. Surely people at PMG aren't expects in every single world currency, so what sort of ways to they check the authenticity of a note? More specifically, I've been collecting the hyperinflation notes of Zimbabwe recently.The anti-counterfeiting features obvious to me on those notes are: -foil strip -patterns visible when held up to light -small UV threads randomly dispersed on note -distinct features only visibl
  8. Hi! Thanks for having me here! Im new to collecting and something terrible has caught my attention. Apparently there are loads of counterfeit coins going around and I was hoping someone could give me some advice on how to avoid/spot them. Thanks!
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