The vast majority of these coins are general circulation issues and can be found for very low prices - usually $1 or less. A few are nicer and more expensive. Enjoy! In no particular order... 1. 1999 Portugal 50 Escudos. I am a huge fan of ships, and this one certainly doesn't disappoint. A bit of toning on the edges doesn't show up, but is nice in hand. 2. 1947 Panama 1 Balboa. This nice, large 90% silver coin has a gorgeous female figure on one side and a pretty neat Balboa profile on the other. 3. 1876-S US Seated Liberty Quarter. This is a severely damaged coin, but I love it. It has contemporary graffiti of four initials. I always like to think that some young man kept this around as a portable "notch on the bedpost," recording his sexual conquests. Who knows, though. The coin otherwise still retains some mint luster, which is nice. 4. 1973 Bahamian 15 cents. This is a very weird coin, with a square-shape in a diamond orientation. Apparently this is a standard circulation coin (although this one is a proof)! Crazy. 5. c.AD 245 Philip the Arab AR antoninianus. This is the only real ancient coin in my collection, and was a gift via Secret Saturnalia. I love the exquisite detail. The small breaks on the planchet give this a certain character.