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After piling some of my coin pamplets, ads, etc away and especially getting one from akdrv, I thought it would be nice to post some if not all when I get the time to scan what I have.


Here is the first lot, which is a pamplet from the Bank of Japan which shows the valid coins since Oct 2000. Akdrv sent this pamplet to me, so all thanks to him! :ninja:


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Both images are around 320-360kb so people with 56k, take caution!


Enjoy ;)

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Wow nice 50cents. Didn't know they were so much cheaper 40 years ago... ;)


Here are some more pamplets that I got this year from a coin fair here in Australia, August 5th - 7th 2005.


Pictures vary from 200kb+ - ~450kb. Sorry 56k :ninja:


Anda Ticket












(total of 2.54mb)


Enjoy! ;)

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Come on, I know there are always someone who has a lot more materials than I do. :ninja:


I don't have much left so I might as well post what I got here:


Australia 2005 Gallipoli 1 dollar commemorative mint product with the package countermarked in Sydney (yes I had a few of these some time ago) <- what a long description...





Don't worry, this time the file size is 50kb each. ;)


The size format is a bit too big so that is why I left it in the URL format... ;)

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I have a fair amount of pamphlets and such, mostly relating to Finnish coins and banknotes. Here is one example issued by the Bank of Finland relating to a new series of 20 markkaa banknotes with added security features, including the higher denominations. It also details the coinage reform; the old designs and the new ones.


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The Mint of Finland also issues a quarterly customer "newsletter" in a magazine-like format that is 20-30 pages in length. It describes the coming coin releases for Finland and other countries as well. It even provides an occasional informative article not related to their advertisements. :ninja: I have saved all the issues since 2001 and have a few sporadic ones prior to that date as well.

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Its a little raw because I pulled the source straight from the email, but here is a common type of email I get from Littleton:

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Reply-To :  info@littletoncoin.com
Sent :  Tuesday, November 8, 2005 10:23 PM
To :  [removed email addy]
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