Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Snorlax93, Oct 10, 2020.
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nicely aged, though aged it certainly is! It's a bit rough.
But on the other hand, I get what you're saying. It has that aura of history to it, and it looks all of its 263 years. And, if you like it for twenty bucks, why not? How big is it, diameter-wise?
You can tell that was once a pretty intricate design. And even that rough example is pretty interesting.
Curiosity made me Google up some other examples, to see what they looked like. I saw pieces priced anywhere from $80-170 in better condition.
Here's just one of the listings (link added to credit the source of the images below, not as any sort of endorsement).
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