World Coins: Your Newest Acquisition!

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

  1. PaddyB

    PaddyB Eccentric enthusiast

    Picked this one up at auction last week - medalet celebrating (prematurely) the defeat of Napoleon by Britain and her allies, in this case Emperor Alexander of Russia. BHM 810:
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    Some hat!
     
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  3. TuckHard

    TuckHard Well-Known Member

    I just got this early Indonesian coin that is based on the Chinese copper cash coins with the iconic square hole, but the sultanate that issued this coin had a funny habit of making the center hole six-sided instead. This coin was actually listed as Japanese online so I was glad to get it. It has been suggested that the Ja character on the reverse (can hardly see on my example) stands for Jayakarta Mint, the only other main port ruled by the sultanate at the time.

    1546-1596 CE (Circa) AE Cash, possibly Jayakarta Mint 'Pangeran Ratu' 'Ja'.png
    Bantam (Banten) Sultanate of West Java
    Jayakarta Mint ?
    c. 1546-1596 CE
    AE Cash | 2.28 grams | 24mm
    Obv: Pangeran Ratu
    Rev: Ja
    See Zeno#241268
     
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  4. Clio

    Clio Well-Known Member

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    Recently back from PCGS if that counts. Graded MS62! Been looking out for one of these for awhile now and a nice raw one finally came along.
     
  5. PaddyB

    PaddyB Eccentric enthusiast

    First serious updates for a while:
    1842 HC 1-horz.jpg Victoria Half Crown 1842 S3888
    Athelred II D 1-horz.jpg Athelred II Penny, Barehead bust Long Cross, 978 to 1016AD S1151
    Henry VII Groat 1-horz.jpg
    Henry VII Groat, profile issue, mm pheon, 1505-9 S2258
     
  6. brg5658

    brg5658 Well-Known Member

    LOVE that reverse design. These are very hard to find nice, so you got a nice one there! Congrats!
     
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  7. brg5658

    brg5658 Well-Known Member

    Picked this up a few weeks ago. It's stainless steel, so extremely difficult to photograph (steel is so lustrous, the lighting is very difficult). The reverse pictures Saul (Saint Paul) on horseback at the time of his conversion to Christianity. Not a rare coin at all, but difficult to find already slabbed for a reasonable price.

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  8. Jaelus

    Jaelus The Hungarian Antiquarian Supporter

    Sure enough, the package reappeared in a different region, and eventually made it back to me. Very happy to have the coin at last.
     
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  9. Mat

    Mat Ancient Coincoholic

    Fantastic coins, Paddy
     
  10. PaddyB

    PaddyB Eccentric enthusiast

    Another win - finally completing my date run of Threehalfpences - this 1837 being far and away the most difficult to get:
    1837 3HD 1-horz.jpg
     
  11. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    Looks like he is playing the air guitar on horseback.serious skills! :)
     
  12. Jaelus

    Jaelus The Hungarian Antiquarian Supporter

    Here's a new acquisition as a companion piece to my 1924 ruble, and it also fits into my blacksmith coins thematic set. I love the design of these early soviet coins.

    USSR 1924ПЛ AR Poltinnik (50 Kopeks)

    Y#89.1 (1924-1927)
    NGC MS61

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    I've already posted this ruble, but I've included it here again for comparison with the coin above.

    USSR 1924ПЛ AR Ruble
    Y#90.1 (1924)
    NGC MS64

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  13. brg5658

    brg5658 Well-Known Member

  14. coin_nut

    coin_nut Well-Known Member

    A few coins showed up yesterday. The Romans are Gallienius 253-268 and Tetricus 270-273. 1873 GB 1 p.jpg 1896 GB 1 p (2).jpg 1942 GB 1-2 crown (2).jpg 1945 P NL-NI 1-2 c.jpg 1953 GB 1-2 crown.jpg 1959 H GB-EA 1 c.jpg 1964 GB 1 p (2).jpg 253-268 Gallienius Ant.jpg 270-273 Tetricus Ant.jpg
     
  15. yarm

    yarm Junior Member Supporter

    The British Army in the Netherlands, 1815 by Depaulis and La Fitte, 41mm.

    BHM 867 Netherlands Mudie 33.jpg
     
  16. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Variety Collector

    Rob and I have horse trade many times , so when I spoted this lovely vf. Vickie 1880 H dime, I sent him a pm ,and purchased the 1880 H Vickie.
    Of course when you do horse trade Rob always throws in a little extra.
    My extras an 1939 dime ,as well a 1941 Newfoundland dime.
    No doupt all have been dipped at one time..like half dimes you find have been dipped to remove heavy tone and sometimes the luster.
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  17. coin_nut

    coin_nut Well-Known Member

    This thin dime showed up the other day.

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  18. Snorlax93

    Snorlax93 Active Member

    Here is my newest addition to my collection, should've posted it on here instead of separate post. 20200924_002946-0.jpg 20200924_002933-0.jpg 20200924_003002-0.jpg 20200924_003013-0.jpg
     
  19. Mat

    Mat Ancient Coincoholic

    A new type 1 1840 rupee

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  20. Chris B

    Chris B Supporter! Supporter

    I won 2 lots in yesterday's CNG 177 sale. Both were for the opening bid so that made me happy.

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    German States - Hannover

    Obverse: Rearing horse left
    Reverse: Denomination, date and legend

    Ruler: Georg IV
    Note: Two obverse legend varieties exist for 1822, 1823, and 1825.

    Composition: Silver
    Fineness: 0.9930
    Diameter: 33
    Weight: 11.7900g

    GERMANY, Hannover (Königreich). Georg IV. King of Great Britain, 1820-1830
    Hannover mint.
    Smith 311F; KM 138

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    TOKENS, Nottinghamshire. Newark. AR Shilling Token

    Diameter: 25mm
    Weight: 3.86 g

    Obverse: Façade of Newark Town Hall
    Reverse: Legend in seven lines.

    Dalton 4; Davis 1

    From the Maxwell Collection. Ex Coin Galleries (14 November 2000), lot 953.
     
  21. Snorlax93

    Snorlax93 Active Member

    These all added up to 1 dollar total for the lot. seems good in my opinion. The half centavo coin seems like it was a steal. 20200925_013733-0.jpg 20200925_013811-0.jpg
     
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