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A Rare  Roman  Famous  Coin. The Colosseum Aureus

A Rare Roman Famous Coin. The Colosseum Aureus

The coin, an aureus, is only the second of this kind known in the world. The standard catalogue for the Roman coins
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Ancient Byzantine Coinage

Ancient Byzantine Coinage

Ancient Byzantine Coinage he monetary system of the ancient Byzantine Empire was created by Constantine the Great. He continued the reforms of Diocletian (284-305) and put an end to inflatio
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Ancient Greece Part 1 Gold Coins

Ancient Greece Part 1 Gold Coins

In Ancient Greece, gold coins were rare because gold itself was rare and hard to find. The mountains of Greece were poor in metal resources and this metal was brought either from Thrace or from today’s Georgia
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Ancient Greek Coin- Aegina's Turtle

Ancient Greek Coin- Aegina's Turtle

Ancient Greek Coin- Aegina's Turtle The coin itself is not very attractive as a first impression, yet it is one of the most important coins in history, with a same impact on the economical life of the Mediterranean Sea as the pound.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Australia’s Bank’s Note Heritage

Australia’s Bank’s Note Heritage

Australia’s Bank’s Note Heritage .. Some of the first authorized notes found in Australia were produced by the Bank of New South Wales in the year 1816.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Australian Coin The Holy Dollar

Australian Coin The Holy Dollar

Australian Coin The Holy dollar Australais most famous coin. In the colony of New South Wales, founded in 1788, the need was so urgent that the measures were radical.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Australian Coins

Australian Coins

Australian Coins crown silver gold and nickle coins,Things You Should Know about Collecting Australian Coin
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Australian Collectors Coin 1939 Silver Florin

Australian Collectors Coin 1939 Silver Florin

Coin 1939 Silver Florin,Things You Should Know about Collecting Australian Coin
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Australian Nugget Gold Coin

Australian Nugget Gold Coin

Australian Nugget Gold Coin,Coins minted by the Perth Mint coins like the Australian Nugget is considered one of the leading and finest gold bullion coins ever produced on earth.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Bank Notes For Super Funds

Bank Notes For Super Funds

australian bank notes are in many aussie superfunds
  • 13th Jan 2017
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Beautiful Collectors French 5fr and 20fr Coins

Beautiful Collectors French 5fr and 20fr Coins

French 5fr and 20fr Coins,One of the most beautiful coins of the modern times is considered to be the French 5fr and 20 fr. Designed by Augustin Dupres after the Revolution, during the Directorate period, they were repeatedly reused by the French Repub
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Bi Metal Coins From ancient Rome Till present Day

Bi Metal Coins From ancient Rome Till present Day

The first bimetallic coins can be considered some private issues dating from the 4th century AD
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Bloody Mary Gold Coin Sold US$10,000

Bloody Mary Gold Coin Sold US$10,000

Bloody Mary Gold Coin
  • 10th Dec 2015
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British colonial coins India

British colonial coins India

British colonial coins India,India Coins occurred (1862-1947) were minted under the right of the crown. The new coins produced under the 1835’s Coinage Act had the image of William IV on the face and the worth on the reverse in Persian and English.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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British Guinea Gold Coin

British Guinea Gold Coin

British Guinea Gold Coin,This coin was nicknamed “guinea” because the gold used for minting it was brought from Guinea in Africa. The area was rich in gold and provided this precious metal in large quantitie
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Bronze Roman Coin Sale

Bronze Roman Coin Sale

roman imperial and provincial bronze coins,The Romans allow to some cities to mint coins, with the head of the emperor on one side, leaving the reverse of the coin free to the engraver’s artistic view. Also not always the legends are in Greek, and n
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Buy Silver Bullion Coins Now Before We Go Cashless

Buy Silver Bullion Coins Now Before We Go Cashless

Buy Silver Bullion coins now, before we go cashless a s it could help your family in the future
  • 29th Feb 2016
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Coin mintage collapsed the Roman Empire. Is history repeating itself?

Coin mintage collapsed the Roman Empire. Is history repeating itself?

Coin mintage from ancient rome to modern day mints
  • 2nd Dec 2015
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Coins For Your  superannuation fund.

Coins For Your superannuation fund.

silver bullion Coins For Your superannuation fund.· Independent valuation of assets. When transferred to a related party value must be determined by a qualified independent valuer
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Coins With Errors

Coins With Errors

Coins With Errors,By several coins produced throughout the year, the chances are always there. There are mistakes take place during the production of coins either mechanical or human errors. These errors referred as “mint errors
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part I: An Introduction

Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part I: An Introduction

Collecting Ancient Roman Coins,Depending on the money you have, you can collect only a particular type of coins. For example silver denarii. The bronze sestetius is also an attractive option, due to its large dimensions (usually 27 gr. and around 25-35 mm
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part IV: Identify

Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part IV: Identify

Roman coins. It is very important that after you properly identify the issuer of the coin and you date it correctly, to identify the nominal of the coin. Unlike the modern times, when the value of the coin is clearly stated on it, in ancient times, the va
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part V: Last Pagan Emporer

Collecting Ancient Roman Coins Part V: Last Pagan Emporer

Ancient Roman Coins Part V: Last Pagan Emporer
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Commemorating a victory- Demetrios Tetradrachm

Commemorating a victory- Demetrios Tetradrachm

Commemorating a victory-Demetrios Tetradrachm with Neptune and prow Demetrios was the son of Antigonos, one of Alexander the Great generals. Antigonos’ nickname was Monoftalmos or “one eye”
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Currency Notes - History Of Large Denominations

Currency Notes - History Of Large Denominations

What are the biggest dominations on notes in the world today? Find out what France, the UK and the USA put on their largest moneies
  • 13th Jan 2017
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Emperors Of  France  - rare coins

Emperors Of France - rare coins

Emperors Of France ,These coins are now rare, the mintage was low and they were distributed only to the supporters of the cause. Also these coins were considered dangerous by the rulers of the day and not rarely the owners were put to jail because of th
  • 10th Dec 2015
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French Trade Pisatre

French Trade Pisatre

French Trade Pisatre coin,If the British trade dollar is disregarded by most individuals, the French Trade Pisatre might be even more. These huge silver coins are well-known with some coin collectors simply because of their eye-catching representation of
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Gold Coin Roman Emperor  Trajan

Gold Coin Roman Emperor Trajan

Gold Coin Roman Emperor Trajan
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Gold or Silver Coin,Which is the best ?

Gold or Silver Coin,Which is the best ?

Gold or Silver Coin,Which is the best ? Bullion or silver bars old or new?
  • 11th Feb 2017
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Gold Standards Exceptance dates Per Countries

Gold Standards Exceptance dates Per Countries

Gold Standards Exceptance dates Per Countries
  • 9th Dec 2015
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History of Britain (UK) coinage

History of Britain (UK) coinage

History of Britain (UK) coinage,The coinage produced by the Royal Mint for the citizens United Kingdom is a significant way for them to appreciate the history of their country. Coins are precious past artefacts that can enlighten the technology, arts, ec
  • 10th Dec 2015
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History Of Canadian's Coinage

History Of Canadian's Coinage

History Of Canadian's Coinage,Canadian coin history is considered a difficult journey for Canada’s history compared from the French and British from colonial period up to the current years for political leanings in the Commonwealth of Nations
  • 10th Dec 2015
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History Of Famous  Medieval Thaler Coin

History Of Famous Medieval Thaler Coin

Medieval Thaler Coin,was a silver coin that appeared in the German areas in the XVI century. Unlike the other coins of the time, made from silver and very small, only around 1-2-3 g, the Thaler was designed as a heavy coin, with a weight of around 27 g, w
  • 10th Dec 2015
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History of South African Coins

History of South African Coins

History of South African Coins which has strong history for silver and gold coins,especially the kruggerand gold coin
  • 9th Dec 2015
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History Russian Platinum Coins

History Russian Platinum Coins

History Russian Platinum Coins,During the reign of Czar Nicholas I (1825-1855), the Russian mints produced some of the most beautiful coins in the world. And that is not all; today some of them are considered some of the biggest rarities worldwide.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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History Russian Rouble coins

History Russian Rouble coins

History Russian Rouble coins,the Sankt Petersburg mint in only 36 pieces, one of the lowest mintage of a coin in Russia. It wasn’t released to public yet it was offered by the czar to the high rank noblemen of Russia.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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How Coins Are Made?

How Coins Are Made?

How Coins Are Made? The first step in generating coins is the manufacturing of strips of metal with proper thickness. The U.S. Mint purchases these strips, for all coins apart from pennies, from commercial suppliers.) Strips for pennies are zinc. Strips f
  • 10th Dec 2015
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How To Clean Coins

How To Clean Coins

How to clean coins is the question we get asked the most here at Coins Auctioned. We will show you two methods of cleaning coins that you can do at home.
  • 15th Feb 2016
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Mexican Peso

Mexican Peso

Mexican Peso coin,is one of the oldest denominations in North America. Its unique design follows from the Spanish silver dollar and original eight pieces. It was also considered and as a legal tender in both Canada and U.S.A in the middle of 1850’s.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Opal and Coin Series

Opal and Coin Series

Opal and Coin Series has treasures of the world from silver coins tom gold and diamonds and sapphire and other rare gemstones
  • 13th Jan 2017
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Persian Empire  Daric Gold coin

Persian Empire Daric Gold coin

Persian Empire Daric Gold coin,The daric and the silver coin, the siglos (mentioned in the Bible) were the coins that circulated throughout the empire and beyond.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Perth Mint

Perth Mint

Perth Mint gold and silver coins from bullion to numismatics coins and collection coin series for coin and investors
  • 18th Apr 2017
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Rare Roman Coin    Valerius

Rare Roman Coin Valerius

Rare Roman Coin Valerius
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Rich And Famous Coin Collections

Rich And Famous Coin Collections

Nowadays, everybody used to collect various form of coins. It is nearly estimated that there are 130 million of coin collectors in USA. The rich and famous people have always collected coins as part of their investment and pleasure that a rare coin may br
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Roman coins - Family coinage

Roman coins - Family coinage

coinage- a Caracalla- Septimius Severus& Iulia Domna,One of the most rare category of Roman coins is represented by the so called “family coins” minted by the emperor to commemorate his close relatives, his father, mother or sometimes brot
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Roman emperor or not ?  Uranius Antoninus 253-254AD

Roman emperor or not ? Uranius Antoninus 253-254AD

Uranius Antoninus 253-254AD,The main sources for his reign are the coins minted for him in the mint of his town and capital, Emesa, in today Syria.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Romanian 2 lei 1901 rare silver coin

Romanian 2 lei 1901 rare silver coin

Romanian 2 lei 1901.This coin, 27 mm in diameter and with a weight of 10 g of silver (83,5 %), has one of the smallest mintage for a circulated coin. Only 11,000 pieces were minted and probably much less than this number were placed in circulation.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Shipwreck Coins

Shipwreck Coins

Shipwreck Coins,There is something different about shipwreck coins, hidden and buried treasures, and the chance of discovering such extraordinary collectibles like shipwreck coins as well as, its artifacts. Most of the individuals have been penetrating fo
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Spanish Colonial Eight Reales

Spanish Colonial Eight Reales

Spanish Colonial Eight Reales coins
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Sweden will be worlds first Cashless Country

Sweden will be worlds first Cashless Country

Sweden will be worlds first Cashless Country with no coins or notes. What will this new cashless world be like?
  • 9th Feb 2016
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Top Australian gold Coins To invest In

Top Australian gold Coins To invest In

Top Australian gold Coins To invest In from gold sovereigns to kangaroo and koala or lunar gold series coins plus gold bars are all good investmentsl
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Treasures Of The World  Coins Auctions

Treasures Of The World Coins Auctions

Treasures Of The World Coins Auctions from buy it now to no reserve auctions for treasures
  • 11th Feb 2017
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United States  Silver Coins and their Worth

United States Silver Coins and their Worth

united states. Silver Coins and their Worth from silver trade dollars to round sand Bars and silver eagles
  • 7th Dec 2015
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What Are Bullion Coins?

What Are Bullion Coins?

Which bullion coins should you invest in for pure 99.9% silver or gold bullion coins and what buying strategy should i have to start investing in bullion coins, bars or rounds
  • 31st Jan 2016
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Why Do People Collect Coins

Why Do People Collect Coins

Why Do People Collect Coins? Collectors buy and collect coins for personnel pleasure and enjoyment or for an enjoyable investment. In late 1980s to early 1990s coin collecting was not so popular but now there is a re insurgence in collecting coins.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Why do some ancient coins have holes in them?

Why do some ancient coins have holes in them?

Why do some ancient coins have holes in them? Why was this so? We will explore some of the most common implementations
  • 23rd Feb 2016
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Why France Has A Rooster On Its Coins

Why France Has A Rooster On Its Coins

Why France Has A Rooster On Its Coins ? The Romans also had a word, galus, that was used to describe a rooster and because it sounded the same, every one thought that Gaul (pronounced with a not o) came from galus.
  • 13th Jan 2016
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WORLD COINS

WORLD COINS

WORLD COINS form ancient coins to modern day silver and gold bullion coins
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Worlds Most Popular Gold Coins

Worlds Most Popular Gold Coins

Worlds Most Popular Gold Coins. The U.S. Gold Double Eagles have consisted of one full (.96750 oz) of pure gold. They characterize one of the utmost bargains for numismatics in U.S., because you can have U.S. coins that are 100 until 150 years old.
  • 10th Dec 2015
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Yellow backs to Green Backs and Back To gold

Yellow backs to Green Backs and Back To gold

Yellow backs to Green Backs and Back To gold,Everyone has heard of green backs but what about yellow backs? Well gold notes used to exist as a paper currency redeemable for gold coin. These were issued until the early 1930’s. They were called yellow
  • 10th Dec 2015
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