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  1. What have I been doing when not posting on CoinPeople? In December 2014, I took a cruise through the Panama Canal to celebrate its 100th Anniversary. In August 1914, the Panama Railroad Steamship Cristobal, made the first ocean-to-ocean passage through the canal carrying 50,000 commemorative medals. These popular medals are collected today as so-called dollars and are known by their Hibler and Kappan number as HK-398. Jeff Shevlin, better known as the So-Called Guy, wanted to commemorate the 100th anniversary by striking a new medal and carrying them through the canal during the 2014 anniv
  2. I've been largely inactive with my coins and medals for several years but recently got my website (www.napoleonicmedals.org) back online and have begun re-photographing my collection. Hope to talk to everyone soon. Vern
  3. New ‪#‎eBay‬ auctions: ‪#‎BANKNOTES‬, ‪#‎MEDALS‬, >>> BID NOW -->http://stores.ebay.com/Coins-Banknotes-Militaria-Store
  4. I picked up this medal yesterday in a lot I purchased at my LCS. Only cost me silver melt, so no loss if it's nothing. But, what little I have managed to learn about tell me it is probably a lot more than nothing. It is an inch and a half in diameter and the edge has stamped "MEDALLIC ART CO N.Y." and just to the right of that "STERLING SILVER" It contains just shy of an ounce of silver. Based on what I have managed to learn I think it is some sort of medal that was given to players of the winning team for the 1958 NCAA Basketball Championship. The team that won that year was the Univer
  5. <center><font size=3>This and other fine coins for sale on my USA Coinbook Page<br>Click Link Below Photos<p><o:p></o:p><o:p></o:p><img src=http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/0/2/4/5/7/0/webimg/621037072_o.jpg><p><o:p></o:p><img src=http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/0/2/4/5/7/0/webimg/621037038_o.jpg><p><o:p></o:p><A HREF=http://www.usacoinbook.com/members/RLWilsonCoins
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