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  1. 4 years of research on more than 11000 specimens of the most mysterious currency of the 21st century. The currency struck in Finland in 2002 at 70,000,000 copies with the letter (s) on behalf of Greece. This 2 euro coin has managed to divide many collectors and valuers. It is a mystery that small and big mistakes were found between coins from the same matrix and the same mint in our great research we have found up to now 3 coins with the most weird and big mistakes and we present them to you .... stay connected The investigation continues
  2. Hi, i got an héritage where there are coins, one of them from 1862. There are several from 1900 something. But i want to sell them. The problèmes is that i canot identify them and i don't know how to wash them. Thanks
  3. I recently came across a book of coins on a deployment to Afghanistan. The other day I was able to get Herritage auction to estimate them for me using pics. From what they said is that they are fake, but the look and make of the coins look authentic. Does anyoneknow if there are people who like to buy fake coins, well from what I know they are, didnt actually have the coins sent to them. I was reading alot of people like to buy them to add to their collection when missing them. I have trade dollars, silver dollars, and various others. All with actual years printed from what they said which is rare when fake. I just have no use for them. Im just not sure cause i am stationed in germany and like a pawn shop the guy wanted to offer 2000 euros, but he didnt speak good english and maybe he thought they were real or he new they were fake but just wanted them.
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