No, I am thinking Bowers played a trick on us.:confused:
Sorry I can't tell you what it is, but it is interesting. I think you did alright. ;)
Could be a clogged die or the date could be worn off. Depends, do you have a picture?
Made a small donation the other day. Hope it helps. If I get a chance I will send an Xmas card. I made a note of it yesterday.:D
I don't know about that. I am an American, but I have never understood "standard". Metric has always been easier and better for me. shrugs...
Now, that is a beauty! I should look into buying it. I do need it to complete my collection. But, I would have more luck with the 55 NSF.:D
The second picture makes it look more like an Ethiopian coin.
Take a look at the Æ.
Info from Hartill's: Cast Chinese Coins : Qian Long Tong bao 1 cash, cast brass. 1768-73. H22.213
Board of Revenue Beijing mint, West Branch...
I just want to know. Are you cleaning the coins yourself, because every coin you have posted are harshly polished.
I prefer the third 2€. But, the first one is really nice, just is a little complicated.
Excellent as always! Thanks Clinker!
1881 Mexican 50 Centavos, Culiacan mint. 13.536 g, .903 silver .393 ASW. KM# 407.2 mm:Cn D. F-$15 VF-$30 XF-$60. As Doug said, less than $20.
Charlton hasn't published tokens in the same book with the coins since the days Whitman published the books. But Krause does list them in the...
The only thing that pops into mind is King Oswald of Northumbria. But the style doesn't match the timeline.
The magic of non-U.S. coins, that is why I collect them.;)
Both fives looked slanted to me, so I would think it is safe to say that you have a slanted 5. IMO, I think that it is supposed to be the five in...
More than likely it is an incused, because if you seen in the photo I posted, the 'B' is very weak. But, you have a beautiful dollar,...
I actually agree with NGC, because the lustre doesn't look full enough to classify as UNC. It's still a beautiful coin whether AU or UNC.:thumb:
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