Entry Post. Transpose the 9 and 6 in 1964 and you might get this 1694 Denmark, Gluckstadt, Duchy, 2 Skilling, KM#78.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Laos, 1975 5000 Kip, Wat Phra Kio Museum, NGC PF67 UC[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Nice one! Here is another example from Zurich Canton, 3 Haller, ND (1827-1841), KM#108, NCG MS65
From the Michel Prieur Collection
ANCIENT SILVER BILLON TETRADRACHM TRAJAN DECIUS - 249AD-251AD
Minted in Antioch 250-251 AD NGC Mint State -...
KM#241, 10 Para, Bronze, 30mm,(weight varies: 6.10-6.60 grams), AH1277/4, Egypt, Ottoman Empire (Resumed), Abdul Aziz - AH1277-AH1293/1861-1876AD.
It is a Blacksmith Token. Charlton Catalog #BL-7
It is actually KM#206 (KM#205 is a 1/4 Stuber)
Piece of jewelry?
Entry Post. Picks 1,3B, 2, 4.
Nice 1550 Poland-Lithuania 1/2 Groschen NGC MS61
Schilling , Silver, KM#5, Under Livonia
Yours is much better than mine.
Looks like India Princely States - Hyderabad, 1/2 Rupee, Y#16
Looks like I won 6 out of the12 coins I bid on. Awaiting their arrival with bated breath.
I would say well worn authentic
I have #2, 3 and 4. Still need #1 and 5.
1000 Rublei, 1998, Belarus and 20 Rublei, 2000, Belarus
2 grains .999 gold.
Vilenjak, 50 Vinar, Gold, 6mm square, less than .1 gram. Sold to raise funds to repair bridge.
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