Jugoslavia Coins

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Alicia728, Jul 24, 2019.

  1. Alicia728

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  3. paddyman98

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    4 for $1.00 at the flea market foreign coin bin.
     
  4. Alicia728

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  5. paddyman98

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    I'm not a hater.. Never have been and never will be.

    Peace :angelic:
     
  6. Alicia728

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    Just a funny pic. Peace
     
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  7. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    Your coins do not look like real coins at all. Looks like you bought counterfeit coins at the flea market. :D Better luck next time. ;)
     
  8. Alicia728

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    I didnt get that feeling at all. They seemed real to me. Can you tell me what I should look for to indicate whether they're fake?

    I inherited most of my coins. So I'm not sure whether or not they were bought at a flea market.
     
  9. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    I don't know for absolute certain but the area around the designs don't look smooth to me and if they were minted coins, they would be smooth. Yours look casted to me. Just so you know on the reverse of those coins the design would be the fire looking thingy and on the other side the design would be the numbers or letters. The area I'm talking about is around the letters, numbers or fire looking thingy. :DLook at this pics below. Lastly, I could be wrong as pics are not the best way to determine authenticity.
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  10. 1827jim

    1827jim Member

    Looks like a normal genuine coin to me.

    Why cast a worthless common coin?
     
  11. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    It happens all the time. If you go to a flea market you will see them being sold. :D
     
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