City of Besançon silver Carolus 1542
Silver, 19mm, 1.44gm
Obverse: Crowned bust of Charles V facing left / CAROLVS V IMPERATOR
Reverse: Arms of...
In January 2019 I found a book in the local library entitled Louis XI, The Universal Spider, a biography of France's King Louis XI, written by Paul...
The Newman Numismatic Portal has some information on Bernard O'Hea under various names....
I bought two of these coins from the Soviet Union in 1965 when I was a kid.
Russia Ruble 1965 - Victory over Fascists 20th Anniversary
I bought two Roman coins from Ilya Zlobin (then Janus Numismatics but same Ebay identifier) in 2007 and 2008, a Galerius for $25 and a Julian II for...
The OP's (original poster) item is similar to the Good Luck coins here:
However, the OP's...
Although British gold sovereigns are bullion coins now, they have been used in the past by British secret agents operating in various parts of the...
Attention Los Angeles! The Street Cars are coming this way!
Los Angeles Railway Street Cars 1937 Token
Brass, 25 mm, 5.80 gm
"Bastard" was a title of nobility in France in medieval times.
For example, one of Joan of Arc's generals was the "Bastard of Orleans".
I can not see why Coinstar is blamed for this.
I spotted the "War of the Worlds" connection also, it's one of my favorite films.
I have this one which I may have received in Copenhagen in 1971:
Copenhagen Little Mermaid statue and ship
KOBENHAVNS SPORVEJE / KS /...
An unusual story featuring coins:
From ABC News:
Bry Marie is an artist who paints works of art on pennies.
See how she turns such a...
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