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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
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
This collaborative project is already running and can be used: http://www.rnumis.co...gtyp_rf_gallery The aim of this searchable internet based quick image reference tool is to alert collectors to possible forgeries / fakes of Russian coins by showing them possible examples. This is a somewhat minimalistic tool, that does not aim at providing an in-depth analysis of why a fake is considered to be a fake, and aims at saving time of people who inputs the entries while providing interesting and useful info to users. Once the "coin" is established to be a fake by a project member, its 2
Hi everyone. On my trip to Bangkok in June, I bought quite a few 10Bhat commemorative coins from Chatuchak weekend market. I was charged a premium of 5Bhat per coin on average. But this being thailand, I fear that the coins may be fake. The design seems very sharp and the coins seem in a very good condition with excellent lusture (new-like). The edges are raised on both sides. Do you guys know about extent of forgery in such coins? Thanks