Discussion in 'World Coins' started by lordmarcovan, Dec 23, 2016.
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Canada $10 1914
A little lower grade than that beautiful $10, a well used 1916 half dollar
Nothing wrong with some honest wear on a coin. Here is another 1916 Canada, One Cent.
How about 1902 with some color?
Here is a real nice 1902 with a few nicks and some tarnish...one of my favorites!
I always mistook the left riders foot for something else
So that's the rider's foot, huh? I always assumed it was some sort of sandwich meat. Here is another 1889 featuring the lovely Victoria.
I like those Brazil coins!
my fav Brazil
I received a small hand full of older Brazil coins yesterday, some in not the best of condition.
some of favorite coins are beat up.
I consider that to be honest wear. These coins were made to be used, and you gotta love a big, silver dollar sized coin of this sort.
Belgium, 1902 1 centime:
Belgium 1916, possibly occupied by Germany at the time, zink wartime coin.
Germany (Reuss-Obergreiz), 1868 3 pfennige:
Germany, somewhat similar coin.
Germany/Westphalia, 1923 50000000 marks (notgeld):
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