Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Detecto92, Mar 21, 2012.
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Back then I was using a Canon Power Shot SX530HS. I loved it.
To be honest now I just use my Samsung phone, that what I use to take the images of my new token.
Founded in 1920.
Service Lapel Pin
Some references say gold filled but I think that it is just a bronze pin.
Thanks to @Paddy54
he led me the way to train cards.
Wow Great Dennis Im glad you found something that you like. They look very nice.
Yeah my Samsung takes horrible images...My old Nikon which I need a battery took great shots.
Thai Red cross medal✔️
It's not often I see exonumia in sample slabs, but world exonumia is quite rare I think! PCGS has the mintage number as 8,000 for the medal, but I've been unable to located where they obtained that information. I emailed the auction house on the slab located in Bangkok, to see if they had any info. Waiting for response. Enjoy!
A little known American sportscar with a very low mintage. And an author.
Look close, to see the date of the coin is directly under the date of the elongation.
I think this coin had a die chip on the left wheat eat.
A nice CONECA medal, dwhiz. I have a few pieces from the organization in my numismatic exonumia collection but not this one.
What's the size and metal? Thanks for posting it.
Found mine in the LCS junk box
It was still in the plastic like yours but I removed for pics. Showing some wear while still in plastic.
I also have the San Francisco. I’ll dig that one out for pics later
Make your own on the machine at the mint. Mine found in LCS junk
box in Florida.
Wow now thats cool I like that as a elongated coin collector. I buy that in a second.
Thanks, The name at the bottom of the Elongated cent proved to be quite interesting.
Separate names with a comma.