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  1. Early copper hammered European Ireland?.Hello members any help please Identifying this coin all o know about this is that nobody can tell me anything regarding this coin so please any bingo greatly appreciated.
  2. Hi everyone. I'm new to the forum's and this is my first post, hope it's in the correct area! I have a fair sized Canadian penny collection, just missing an 1894, and I'm working on the different varieties of the different years. I have both the large and small 1920, and I came across an odd large 1920 at a junk sale, as you may see in the pictures, the middle coin is slightly smaller diameter than another large 1920 to it's left, it also has a very large raised edge as seen in the last picture. Any idea's on what I have here as I cannot find one like this listed in any guides or onl
  3. RizenX

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    Anyone find a 1943 steel wheat that appears to have copper fused into it?
  4. Dear all, First of all, since I am new to this forum: Hi to all of you!! I have been following this forum for a while, and I am pretty impressed by the shared knowledge on these pages. As a new member I hope you guys could help me out with this one, a piece I bought on a flea market in Tbilisi, Georgia, some years ago. As you can see on the pictures included, it concerns what appears to be a ruble of Peter I from the 1704 issue. If only it wasn't minted in copper... My knowledge on Russian coins is limited, and I don't have a Bitkin catalogue to check, but aren't these rubles sup
  5. hi i have a number of old pennies that would have been very nice coins if it wasnt for this surface rust? is there any way of removing it without wrecking the coin any more than it already is ?
  6. Hi folks! Wondering if I may have anything interesting here? anything catch anybody's eye? Thankshttp://s1311.photobu...Ancient%20Coins
  7. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 9 submissions. Don't forget the rules and formats and above all have a great time. 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 ha
  8. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 8 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and above all have a wonderful time. 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 thi
  9. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 2 submissions. Remember the formats and rules and have a bunch of fun. 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 disc
  10. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 1 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and have a bunch of fun. 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
  11. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 6 submissions. Don't forget the rules and formats and have a great time. 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 di
  12. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 3 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and have lots of fun. 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 dis
  13. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 4 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and have a wonderful time. 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 bee
  14. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 5 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and have lots of fun. 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 dis
  15. Please use this thread for your PCI2013 Copper - Group 7 submissions. Don't forget the formats and rules and above all have a great time. 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 ha
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