Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Clinker, Oct 23, 2006.
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Personally,I think Joel's Coins is one of the most fun coin sites to visit.You can find unusual stuff that nobody else has,at least not in one place,and the prices are affordable to almost any collector.Did I mention he's my brother-in-law? just kidding.
I have a few coins from his offerings and I agree with their grading.
21st Century Krause.
Clinker,you will need the 21st Century Krause to look these up.Here's a couple of links; www.krausebooks.com & www.amazon.com .
Does anyone know? Does the U.S. Mints allow you to strike your own coin to keep as a souvenir of your visit?
Not since 1913 (Liberty Head Nickels).
A 1 million TL coin in 2004 had an exchange value of about 60 cents (give or take). The Turks have revalued their currency since.
The Turks were like the Italians - thinking in thousands & millions of Lira.
Today,it is the Zimbabwean Dollar that has the distinction of being the world's most worthless currency.
To Just Carl
Carl...As of right now I believe the only restriction by Turkey is the amount that can taken (sent) out of the country...but maybe some other member or one of the moderators knows more or has access to more information...
Another reason could be possible is in the event of counterfeit money could be reproduced if any examples are taken out of the country but all you really need is a sample... which is pretty "easy" to do if there are just so many tourists and the authories can't keep track of them all!
No wonder why coins from Gambia are so difficult for collectors to find.
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