|Numista referee for Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia|
|Place||Prague, Czech Republic|
|Languages||English Czech French|
|Last access||less than a week ago (approximately)|
|Collection||1622 coins • 80 countries • 89 issuers (view)|
|Coins to exchange||76|
|Forum posts||47 (view)|
|Catalog contributions||36 coins added, 80 years added, 216 coins edited, 73 years edited|
What he/she collects
My first collection was Czech and Czechoslovak coins by types from 1918 until today, which is almost complete by now.
Now I primarily collect coins of Austria-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I.
I also collect Swiss coins by years. I mainly collect types in circulation, but from time to time, I add some older too.
My newest decision is to collect German coins from 1871 until 1945. I still don't know how I will collect them, probably by type and maybe I will add only one coin from one state before 1918 (maybe I will select one nominal value).
What he/she wants
Now I would like to complete my Czech and Czechoslovak collection. I wish to offer primarilly Czech and Czechoslovak coins for exchange, but if you find in my collection a coin which would be interesting for you and which I have more than one of the particular year of strike, feel free to ask me for it.
Note on coin grades:
I am not experienced in coin grading, so I use very simple rules. I use coin grades in the following way:
Unc: coins bought in the capsule
XF: commemorative coins of high quality, never circulated, but can be slightly scrached, for example
VF: all standard circulating coins
VG: coins of a very bad quality (corrosion, heavy wear, etc.)
Exchange feedbackNumber of ratings: 2
Average rating: 10.0/10
Swaps on the road: 0
Be careful with members having a high number of swaps on the road, since this may mean that they are not sending coins.