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  1. It's time to start preparations PCI2013 Here are the suggested categories: Seven Materials Trees: Gold Silver Copper Other Precious Metals (platinum, palladium, etc) Other Base Metals (nickel, Cu-Ni, steel, aluminum, etc) Bimetallic (must be significantly and obviously bimetallic (i.e. silver plugged copper coins are still considered copper)) Non-Metallic (wood, ceramic, paper, etc) In each tree, there will be 9 branches: Group 1: Ancient & Medievel: XX-1500AD Group 2: 1501-1700 Group 3: 1701-1800 Group 4: 1801-1900 Group 5: 1901- 2000 Group 6: 2001- Present Group 7: NCLT Group 8: Exonumia Group 9: Special Coins - anything you collect that you feel warrants being outside the other categories. Here are the suggested entry rules based on PCI2011. 1. You may enter as many of the groups as you wish. 2. You may enter three (3) coins in each group. 3. Submit only coins that belong to you - no borrowed coins or borrowed images 4. A heading before each coin image url should in the following format: ...your ID; tree ID; group ID; coin description For example: Sylvester, Silver, 1901-2000, 1930-P USA Standing Liberty Quarter 5. Images of the coins must be in omnicoin.com --- reasons for this have been discussed on a number of occasions. 6. Please post your images for each group in a single post in the proper thread for that group. 7. Post only the url of the image -- not an img post 8. Include a brief description of the coin/item that you would like included along with the image in the competition. Here's your chance to bring the historic importance to the forefront. 9. The submission threads will be opened when PCI2013 officially begins and locked before the first competition postings take place. Until they're locked you can edit your post to make whatever changes needed. Make sure you tell us when you make a major edit. Please do not add additional posts to the submission threads. Please review and let me have your comments.
  2. Here are the Finalists. It's your chance to vote for the overall PCI2013 CHAMPION. Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint ikaros' 1917 'Mercury' Dime
  3. ScottO's 1921 sachen 20 pfennig, porcelain ScottO's 2010 Florence Nightingale £2 Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint
  4. ScottO's 1700 Halfpenny Unique, BRTTANNIA error - currently the only BRTTANNIA Error Halfpenny known there are known Examples of a BRIIANNIA Halfpenny though, it also has Unbarred A's in Brttannia, and Inverted A's for V's on the obverse, although the planchet crack cuts through the date you can see a large 0 at the end, also in a very good grade for coins of the series, ikaros' 1917 'Mercury' Dime
  5. The PCI2013 Other Base Metals - Winner is: Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint
  6. ikaros' 10 Centimes Ville de Besançon notgeld Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint
  7. The PCI2013 Silver - Winner is: ikaros' 1917 'Mercury' Dime
  8. The PCI2013 Copper - Winner is: ScottO's 1700 Halfpenny Unique, BRTTANNIA error - currently the only BRTTANNIA Error Halfpenny known there are known Examples of a BRIIANNIA Halfpenny though, it also has Unbarred A's in Brttannia, and Inverted A's for V's on the obverse, although the planchet crack cuts through the date you can see a large 0 at the end, also in a very good grade for coins of the series,
  9. The winner for PCI2013 Non-Metallic is: ScottO's 1921 sachen 20 pfennig, porcelain
  10. The Winner for PCI2013 Bimetallic is: ScottO's 2010 Florence Nightingale £2
  11. ikaros' 1883 Liberty nickel, 'no cents' variety Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint ikaros' 10 Centimes Ville de Besançon notgeld
  12. ScottO's 1700 Halfpenny Unique, BRTTANNIA error - currently the only BRTTANNIA Error Halfpenny known there are known Examples of a BRIIANNIA Halfpenny though, it also has Unbarred A's in Brttannia, and Inverted A's for V's on the obverse, although the planchet crack cuts through the date you can see a large 0 at the end, also in a very good grade for coins of the series, ScottO's 1894 1/24th shilling ScottO's 1853/2 farthing
  13. ScottO's Henry III class 3b London penny ikaros' 1917 'Mercury' Dime
  14. Waiting for Cross material competitions to begin. ScottO's 1921 sachen 20 pfennig, porcelain
  15. Waiting for Cross material competitions to begin. ScottO's 2010 Florence Nightingale £2
  16. This entrant in moving forward until such time as it will compete with the winner of another Group. ScottO's 1921 sachen 20 pfennig, porcelain
  17. ScottO's Dec 1689 gunmoney crown karos' 1883 Liberty nickel, 'no cents' variety
  18. ScottO's 1700 Halfpenny Unique, BRTTANNIA error - currently the only BRTTANNIA Error Halfpenny known there are known Examples of a BRIIANNIA Halfpenny though, it also has Unbarred A's in Brttannia, and Inverted A's for V's on the obverse, although the planchet crack cuts through the date you can see a large 0 at the end, also in a very good grade for coins of the series, ScottO's 1779 5 Kopeck
  19. ScottO's WW1 POW British Expeditionary force - iron - token coinage for a specific camp rather then location so again, best left here. Bill's 1915 Official Medal of the Panama Pacific International Exposition - Robert Aiken's medal celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal and the uniting of the two hemispheres. Struck by the U.S. mint at the 1915 exposition in San Francisco. Gold-plated medals (such as the one pictured here) were struck at the Philadelphia mint
  20. ScottO's 1986 San Marino 500 Lira ScottO's 2010 Florence Nightingale £2 ScottO's 2002 Scotland Commonwealth Games £2 - only 771k minted
  21. ScottO's 1894 1/24th shilling ikaros' 1952 South Africa farthing ScottO's 2009 Cent
  22. ScottO's 1887 shilling ikaros' 1917 'Mercury' Dime ScottO's 2009 Lincoln Silver dollar
  23. ScottO's Henry III class 3b London penny ScottO's 1643-4 Scarce York shilling
  24. ikaros' 10 Centimes Ville de Besançon notgeld ikaros' 2009D Roosevelt dime
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