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I received a package last Friday that had 3 different commems that I had bought. (I did not post this in any other thread. So that will be no help. ;) ) Your job is to guess at least one of them. I want country, date, and denomination. One guess per person until I respond. Then 1 new guess is allowed until I respond again.

 

Here is a clue to narrow down the choices: It is a 20th century coin. ;)

 

Winner will receive some random circulated Russian/Soviet coins. And since this one is a tad harder, I will also throw in an unc 2005 Belgium commemorative €2.

 

Good luck! :ninja:

 

 

***************NEW RULES********************

 

Guess the country that the coins are from and win some random circulated Russian/Soviet coins.

 

1 guess per person until I respond.

 

BONUS: unc 2005 Belgium commemorative €2

The person guessing the correct country will be allowed 3 guesses. If one of them is the same as one of the coins received, they will receive the bonus.

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"It is a 20th century coin"

 

Let's see...that narrows it to at least 20,000.

How 'bout a continent?

 

 

You're right, this will take too long. All three coins are from Europe, all from the same country, and none are proof. And since there were 3 coins, I am increasing the guesses to 3 each time until I check in.

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Slovenia, 2005, 500 Tolerjev

 

Slovenia, 1997, 5 Tolerjev

 

Slovenia, 2005, 500 Tolars

 

[i have no idea what I just said--they were pretty, though. :ninja: ]

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I think its denmark 20 kr. 2003, russia 10 roubles 2005 and latvia 1 lats 2005... those are coins that I would like to get :ninja:

 

EDITED:

 

Does the coins I mentioned still count as XX century coins?

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I think its denmark 20 kr. 2003, russia 10 roubles 2005 and latvia 1 lats 2005... those are coins that I would like to get ;)

 

All three coins are from Europe, all from the same country, and none are proof.

 

 

 

 

EDITED:

 

Does the coins I mentioned still count as XX century coins?

 

 

Nope. Try again. :ninja:

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Bah, shouldn't have given away too quickly :ninja:

 

I said you were the warmest, not hot. ;)

 

Oh well... I guess I have used up all my 3 guesses. ;) Good luck to others :lol:

 

No, you have 3 new guesses. After every time that I come and "report" everyone gets 3 new guesses. :cry:

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1 1987 Russian Rouble, 175th Anniversary of the Borodin Battle

 

1 1991 Russian Rouble, Sergej Prokofjev ( :ninja: Who doesn't love Peter And The Wolf?)

 

1 1987 Russian Rouble, Commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution

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