Discussion in 'World Coins' started by sakata, Aug 27, 2017.
Well, I think so.
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FRANCE, Metz. Civic issue. 14th-16th century. AR Gros
(3.01 gm) Boudeau 1659; Saurma 1896/927; Roberts 8932. Toned, good VF.
I will also assume Belgium.
So, I go across the water to England. This coin arrived here today.
From England to Sweden
Finally getting around to shooting some new world coins we added to our collection.
Finland. A relatively recent bulk bag find.
Cannot go back to Sweden. Just came from there. Still Finland.
Let it be Russian Federation.
(oops, posted at the same time)
Russian Federation and Russian Empire - it is the one country in fact. Although I agree to show 2 and more coins 'cos it's my Motherland.
Malta. (Too bad no one at NGC could apparently figure out which side was supposed to be the obverse).
Military Order Of the Malta's Knights (It is an independent state with own territory - 0,012 sq.km).
I looked at maps carefully and it appears that this state is surrounded by Malta. Please correct me if I am wrong. Therefore I post a Malta coin.
Was this the first time that someone has legally returned to the previous country because of rule 3?
Separate names with a comma.