World Coins: Your Newest Acquisition!

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by petro89, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. TuckHard

    TuckHard Well-Known Member

    Not necessarily new but newly identified and labeled.

    25-75 CE AE Cash Emperor Guangwu or Ming H#10.2 G&F#B4.1n 2.50g 25.5mm wide.png
    Eastern Han Dynasty of China
    25 - 75 CE
    Emperor Guangwu or Emperor Ming
    AE 5 Zhu Cash | 2.50 grams | 25.5mm
    Obv: Wu Zhu
    Rev: Plain
    Ref: G&F#B4.1n or H#10.2

    1086-1093 CE AE Cash Emperor Zhezong H#16.274.png
    Northern Song Dynasty of China
    1086 - 1093 CE
    Emperor Zhezong
    AE Cash | 3.65g | 24mm
    Obv: Yuan You Tong Bao in running script
    Rev: Plain
    Ref: H#16.274

    1804-1821 CE Tin Pitis Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II R#11.UV 0.65g 18mm.png
    Palembang Sultanate of Sumatra
    1804 - 1821 CE
    Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II
    Tin Pitis | 0.65 grams | 18mm
    Obv: Zarb fi bilad Palembang dar al-Islam
    Rev: Plain
    Ref: Unlisted variety of R#11, see bottom of legend. View it on Zeno
     
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  3. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Hamlet Squire of Tomfoolery . . . . .

    Razz, that one reminded me of a few British Empire small silver coins I have run across. I tried to get the best photos I could.

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    1940 Newfoundland Five Cents

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    1941 South African Three Pence

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  4. coin_nut

    coin_nut Supporter! Supporter

    A few new ones. 1804 EIC 2 keping, 1892 ZAR penny, 1893 ZAR penny and ND Plantation token from Dutch East Indies, Sumatra, Scholten 1127 1804 EIC-Sumatra 2 k.jpg 1892 ZAR 1 p (2).jpg 1893 ZAR 1 p.jpg ND AMTS Sumatra 1-10 d.jpg
     
  5. Clio

    Clio Well-Known Member

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    Got this yesterday. Fresh to market PCGS MS64BN Farthing. Came from a small hoard of UNC examples found in an old desk drawer in central London. Picked this one against the other 15 examples. All in grades from 62BN to 65RB.
     
  6. TuckHard

    TuckHard Well-Known Member

    It's nothing too pretty but I just got my oldest modern British silver.

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    Great Britain
    1854 CE
    Queen Victoria
    Four Pence​
     
  7. stldanceartist

    stldanceartist Minister of Silly Walks Supporter

    New Pickup

    Cayman Islands 1974 Proof 5 Dollars
    (toned due to a crack in the OGP)

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  8. princeofwaldo

    princeofwaldo Grateful To Be eX-I/T!

    Looks like he still had some hair back in 1877, at least as portrayed on his coins.

    Not so much by 1908.

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  9. coin_nut

    coin_nut Supporter! Supporter

    1842 Maldives 1/2 Larin 1842 Maldives 1-2 L.jpg
     
  10. ZoidMeister

    ZoidMeister Hamlet Squire of Tomfoolery . . . . .

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  11. stldanceartist

    stldanceartist Minister of Silly Walks Supporter

    Cayman Islands - 1974 Proof 2 Dollars

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  12. Clio

    Clio Well-Known Member

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    Newp just arrived :) NGC MS67
     
  13. Mat

    Mat Ancient Coincoholic

    Some rupees I picked up from another collector here on CT.

    Any help with what variety the Vicky Rupee is, so many I see :(

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  14. Jaelus

    Jaelus The Hungarian Antiquarian Supporter

    Something I picked up for fun as I liked the look of it.

    Hungary AR 15 Krajczár 1744KB
    Mária Terézia
    KM-335 (1743-1745)

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  15. Jaelus

    Jaelus The Hungarian Antiquarian Supporter

    One of the things I really enjoy about collecting Franz Joseph is that he ruled for so long you can really see him age significantly. They generally refreshed his portrait every 10 years on coinage, but you can see some of the intermediate ages on medals and other art as well.

    Here are a few selections from my collection to illustrate this:

    This coin is dated 1855, but it is his earliest bust in use from 1852. He would be around 21 years old here. This is only a couple years after he ascended the throne (December of 1848).
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    This coin is from 1859, but this bust was in use on other coinage as early as 1857. He would be about 26 years old here, about 3 years after his marriage to Elisabeth.
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    1867 - Age 37
    Struck for his coronation as King of Hungary.
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    1879 - Age 49
    Struck to commemorate his 25th wedding anniversary.
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    1890 - age 59
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    1896 - age 65
    For the Hungarian Millennium.
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    1900 - age 70
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    Dated 1913, but busts of him in this style date back to 1907, which would make him 77 here.
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    1908 - age 78
    To commemorate his 60th year of reign.
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    1915 - He died at age 86 in 1916. This bust is the style used on WWI patriotic medals and many of his death medals.
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  16. princeofwaldo

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  18. Stroopwafeltheduck

    Stroopwafeltheduck New Member

    Howdy!
    I am new to coin collecting.
    I joined this forum today and wanted to post a thread.
    I can not find out how to post a thread.
    Can someone tell me how?

    Stroopwafeltheduck
     
  19. Stork

    Stork I deliver Supporter

    Go to the forum you want to post a question on (this is the World Coin page for example, so if it's a world coin question this is the right place). Look for the 'post new topic' button. If it's not a world coin question backtrack (click on the forums tab) and find the right one.

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  20. Stroopwafeltheduck

    Stroopwafeltheduck New Member

    I did not see the "post new topic button" when I went to the forum I wanted to post in US coins.

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  21. Chris B

    Chris B Supporter! Supporter

    Picked these up in today's Baldwin's of St. Jame's Sale. Low-resolution seller photos. I will take better pictures when they get here.

    1689 Shilling - Irish Gun Money
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    2 x 1805 Irish Half Penny

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    Russia 1776 Rouble

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