This denarius of Plautilla, purchased from Forum. I thought the reverse inscription rather ironic, considering how she died.
1. United States
4. United Kingdom
5. New Zealand
1866 proof half dollar, mintage 725:
My lowest mintage circulating coin, 1824 Wurttemburg gulden, mintage 21,000:[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Sorry that meant to quote Doug Smith's post above but I messed it up somehow.
The few that read my page may have noted I mentioned the rocking horse pose which is completely unnatural as was shown by the 19th century...
I've got the Liberty Seated, Morgan Dollar, Peace Dollar, Shield/ Liberty Head Nickel, and the Gold Dollar books. I use the Liberty Seated one the...
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Those are pretty coins, I've got a 1793. First time I saw a coin with the slanted reeding on the edge.
I looked at the image here: https://www.coinfactswiki.com/wiki/St._Gall_1623_thaler_Dav-4677. The image there is of a more worn coin but it didn't...
It took me a while to spot the graffiti on this one. I'm tempted to bid for the novelty of it. Warning... NSFW coin graffiti.
Switzerland - St....
Thanks for the feedback, I will bid with reckless abandon!
I'm planning on taking the plunge into overseas auction bidding with Naville's sale this weekend. I've noticed that other members have bought from...
Anybody win anything in the Frank Robinson auction today? Looks like I won 2, out of way more than 2 bids. Pictures will follow when they arrive.
I've got the overrun countries and the national parks issue of 1934 framed and hanging on my wall. If USPS had stuck to issuing stamps like that...
Kanga has put his finger on the main cause. There was also the fact that every commemorative issued about after 1940 was saved in great numbers,...
I sold off most of my stamps back in the 90's and am really glad I did. Still have one stockbook that probably would have brought $500 back then....
Just today on his blog Gerry Fortin reported that an 1856 $3 gold graded PCGS AU-55 CAC was stolen in route to a customer. He asked anyone...
And lastly, a 1901 British trade dollar, a type I've wanted for a while:
Second newp, Hesse-Darmstadt 2 Thaler:
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