Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Ag76, Feb 6, 2019.
I like Talers
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY Emperor Joseph I Taler 1710 Hall mint
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Nice coin. Incredible condition for the age.
Common up through AU58, in mint state a very tough coin.
Another common crown that becomes much more desirable in high grade:
I have about a dozen, but these four have not been posted here yet.
Left to right top and bottom:
Hamburg 1904 5 Mark 27.777 grams 0.900 fine Medal orientation. 326,000 struck.
Turkey AH 1255 Year 9 (AD 1848/49) (Abdul Mejid) 24.05 grams 0.830 fine 3.12 million struck Constantinople (Kustitineyah). Medal orientation.
Hungary 1900 (Ferencz Jozsef) 5 Korona 24.0 grams 0.900 fine 3.84 million struck. Kremnica mint. Medal orientation.
Bulgaria 1892 (Ferdinand I) 5 Leva. 25 grams 0.900 find 1 million struck. Coin orientation.
My only foreign silver crown sized coin. An actual crown...
FOUR FRENCH CROWNS
TOP LEFT: Ecu of 6 livres. Louis XV (1732-39). 28.8 grams 0.916 fine. Rennes Mint.
TOP RIGHT: 5 Francs. Louis Philippe. 1837. 25 grams 0.900 fine. Paris Mint.
6.88 million struck. Edge inscription: DIEU PROTEGE LA FRANCE
BOTTOM LEFT: 5 Francs. Napoleon III. 1856. 25 grams 0.900 fine. Paris Mint. 4.683 million struck. Edge inscription: DIEU PROTEGE LA FRANCE
BOTTOM RIGHT: 5 Francs. Third Republic. 1875. 25 grams. 0.900 fine. Paris Mint. 13.339 million struck. Edge inscription: DIEU PROTEGE LA FRANCE
Stunning! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing.
This arrived today
Another recent arrival
Nice! Was this one of the ones sold by allileggie99 recently? Upthread I mentioned buying one of these from that seller. Price good enough to suggest possible nonauthenticity, but mine hasn't arrived yet for checking.
No. I purchased mine from a U.S. seller. I did see yours and I did not see anything that lead me to think it was fake other than the price. Maybe the seller just has a hoard he/she needs to cash in on. Would like to get a better look at the denticles and edge. Hope it turns out to be the real deal.
1871 Peru Un Sol counterstamped as 1894 Guatemala Peso using dies from 1894 1/2 Real for counterstamp.
Thanks. Mine is not as nice as yours, but I really like the design of this coin.
Nice "circ-cam," trussell.
1902 British crown and trade dollar
Nice thread, thank you Folks
1911 Italy 5 Lire struck for the 50th anniversary of unification. (Had to sell off a bunch of other coins to help pay for it, --no regrets about that!)
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