Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Paddy54, Mar 13, 2023.
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I have ancestors that come from this area.
1723 Ireland Geo I
Wouldn’t be used by the Irish with George’s portrait so they shipped to the colonies
Found in LCS junk box a couple years ago
Good Scottish meal. I know this cuz my mother made this often.
Where’s all the drunks
Proud family tale. My daughter works for immigration overseas. Proud of her too. House needs some paint. Thank you
Beat up coins are the prettiest cuz I like when they look like 200 years old. Their easier to get too. This coin hobby has all kinds of room for all kinds of collectors. As long as I can tell what it is. I would find a home for it somewhere. Oh. And a shoutout @lordmarcovan
Lamb bangers. Bet half of you members don’t know of lamb bangers. Look it up. To die for. So is lamb grizzle
Victoria Queen, (Ireland), White Metal 4.59g, Coronation Token, (1837),
Obv: Portrait of Queen Victoria facing right, Rev: Crown and other symbols.
Edge: Plain, About Uncirculated, Scarce.
Our Estimated Price : Rs. 1,500-2,000
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