Let's see your exonumia!

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Detecto92, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. BasSWarwick

    BasSWarwick Well-Known Member

    Very sharp photo. What camera are you using?
     
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  3. dwhiz

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  4. dwhiz

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    @BasSWarwick
    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.
     
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  5. BasSWarwick

    BasSWarwick Well-Known Member

    I don't think my Samsung Galaxy 20 gets such sharp pics. My old Samsung S4 seemed better
     
  6. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    Womens Roosevelt Memorial Service.
    Founded in 1920.
    Service Lapel Pin
    Some references say gold filled but I think that it is just a bronze pin.
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  7. dwhiz

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    1937 Gallaher Tobacco Cards - Trains of the World - Set of 48 3.jpg 1937 Gallaher Tobacco Cards - Trains of the World - Set of 48 2.jpg 1937 Gallaher Tobacco Cards - Trains of the World - Set of 48 1.jpg 1937 Gallaher Tobacco Cards - Trains of the World - Set of 48 4.jpg Thanks to @Paddy54
    he led me the way to train cards.
    Sellers images.
     
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  8. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

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  9. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    Yeah my Samsung takes horrible images...My old Nikon which I need a battery took great shots.
     
  10. Joshua Lemons

    Joshua Lemons Well-Known Member

    Sample slab ✔️
    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!
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  11. alurid

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    Made a visit to my LCD yesterday. I got this little gem because it was painted.
    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.
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    I think this coin had a die chip on the left wheat eat.
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  12. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    Mardi Gras throws from 1978-1980 and 1983. DSCN4594~2.JPG DSCN4595~2.JPG DSCN4596~2.JPG DSCN4597~2.JPG DSCN4590~2.JPG DSCN4591~2.JPG DSCN4592~2.JPG DSCN4593~2.JPG
     
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  13. Razz

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    Picked up another mint medal for 3 bucks. Apparently the same medal currently available for $20 from the mint. This one appears to be in some promotional packaging. DSCN4588~2.JPG DSCN4589~2.JPG
     
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  14. Joshua Lemons

    Joshua Lemons Well-Known Member

    An interesting piece of exonumia I picked up. The piece pays homage to the voyageur dollar of Canada and it's replacement by the loonie in 1987. A Canadian cent has been planed and over struck by a pair of dies, I'm assuming in a reeded collar as this piece has edge reeding where a normal Canadian cent doesn't. On the reverse when titled in the light the date of the host coin can be seen, 1972 (KM# 59).
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  15. dwhiz

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  16. BRandM

    BRandM Counterstamp Collector

    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.

    Bruce
     
  17. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    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 1AD9A4A4-7F7A-4245-8CBD-C3FA7CD95E22.jpeg DCD8A684-DD57-4069-9593-D60C9E42264B.jpeg B09553ED-9E3C-4476-AF09-230A33D7BB96.jpeg
     
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  18. alurid

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  19. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    And here’s the San Francisco mint medal
    Make your own on the machine at the mint. Mine found in LCS junk 72B67616-FD43-4AB9-B38F-44E7118B878E.jpeg 34F18217-9C36-4691-B841-FBD6A95A13B7.jpeg box in Florida.
     
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  20. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    Wow now thats cool I like that as a elongated coin collector. I buy that in a second.
     
  21. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    Thanks, The name at the bottom of the Elongated cent proved to be quite interesting.
     
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