Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Brit in Texas, Jul 18, 2008.
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but if you got it under melt, you don't really need to be fond of it!
No it isn't. And you usually don't have to. There are plenty of places with images of coins on the internet that you can post links to instead of using copyrighted material. There is no harm in posting links - it just requires a little bit of effort. But it takes less effort than scanning a book and posting those pics.
For example - Numismaster - it is free to everyone. And it contains pics of every single coin there is in the Krause catalog. Just go find it on Numismaster and post a link. And that is just one source, there are many others. I have even posted links to a great many of them in the Numismatic Resources section.
There is no reason to break the copyright law, not in today's world. There are plenty of other ways to share pics and info without doing so.
too late for that
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