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Yes, that is fixed. Here is another: •
When searching Japanese Puppet States “japanese puppet”, I get 3 results (none of which are Japanese puppet states coins) •
If searching “japanese puppet states” zero results. •
There are 44 JPS coins on Numista. •
This may not be a “bug” but a limitation of my devices. •
I notice that the high quality coin scans I send/receive in private messages via my laptop are great, but when trying to view them on mobile devices (iPad/iPhone) they become very low quality. Does anyone else have this issue, and is there a way to improve the images? I am a relatively new apple user.
Quote: "Camerinvs"Aaaah ─ I'm sure they'll get a lot of submissions for Neil Peart! •
In the very unlikely event he were chosen, I imagine his face shown in ⅓ profile with the drum kit in the background on one side and a four-line quote from his lyrics on the other. What would be a good four line quote for this purpose?if the dream is won •
though everything is lost •
we will pay the price •
but we will not count the cost •
Appropriate for a banknote! •
I saw rush live in 97 and 07, but my vote would be for someone even more famous: Sir Timothy Horton
Numbers are the only thing I know in Arabic! And I know there were major changes in 1915 in the Ottoman Empire...
Looks almost XF, too bad about the stains. I’m no Finland expert, but Ollisaarinen may be https://en.numista.com/echanges/profil.php?id=4033 I would PM him a query.
Quote: "andrewdotcoza"it feels like your idea is to try and guess the relative number of coins minted from the relative number of coins in NumistaThat is not my idea (if I understand you correctly). I simply want to know how hard it is to collect a year. •
Total coin formula 3: •
If 100 coins are entered in Numista, and 99 are from 2000 and 1 is from 2001, we can see 99% on 2000 and 1% on 2001. •
Member formula 2: •
But if one member has the 99 coins from 2000, and the other member has the 1 coin from 2001, the member formula shows 50%/50%. That would lead someone to believe each year is equally hard to find. But clearly it is not, because there are 99 times more 2000 coins found than 2001 coins found.
Many UNC (and other) banknotes for swap. I prefer to swap notes out for coins in return, but can also swap notes for notes. Will sell notes as a last resort if you don’t have anything I’m looking for.
Ok, I thought there was a 3rd P. I understand now. •
I love your finds! Ole for prime minister of Numista!!!
I have for sale 51 used three-ring banknote pages as follows: •
10 Cowens 4-pocket •
16 Supersafe 4-pocket •
25 Lead Dog 4-pocket •
(all 3-pockets sold) •
None of these are the archival (as I would call them "crispy") pages. These are the more supple type that does not crack when bent. There will be some dust and dog hair on these, they are like magnets for that. •
PM me any offer. (I don't see a way to ship these for less than $13 due to their dimensions, if you do, let's discuss.)
Quote: "dkallen78"Am I the only one using a 3-ring binder and BCW 3-note pages?I use them too. •
I have some pages for sale if anyone is interested. •
(Lead Dog 3-pocket and 4-pocket pages, probably 100 of each, will put up a post when I get them all consolidated)
When attempting to login this morning: •
Did anyone else have this today? (Approximately 1905 UTC Nov 29)
Quote: "GiannaReggio"Unfortunately, after some successful swaps with USA this time, the envelope was blocked by the Italian customs, and after various interactions I got it but I had to pay 17,5 Euro, and the envelope has been opened and then closed by the customs people. •
The problem I assume was that this time the sender declared value of 25 dollars on the envelope, whereas in the other cases I received the coins in a plain envelope but using registered mail. •
Has anyone some good suggestions to receive coins from USA? •
thanksFrom the USA we are required to declare a value and the contents. Declaring a low value sometimes helps, and declaring something like “model train parts” can sometimes prevent theft. But if lost, only the declared value can be repaid, and even then the maximum refund value is approximately $42. But if caught lying about the contents, the letter can be confiscated. To receive payment for a lost letter, we must provide r[...]
Here is one W mint quarter for sale on eBay, with free shipping •
I have about 11.5 pounds of Mexico for sale. Right now it's sorted out by material (ie bronze, brass, cu-ni, etc). It's probably 90% VF or worse, no key dates. •
If you are interested in any of this mailed to you, make me an offer. You can take all of it, or parts. Private message if you need more details. •
Crisis averted? •
Kayla Tausche, CNBC: •
The Universal Postal Union agreed to a compromise Wednesday that would allow the United States to set its own inbound postage rates and remain within the organization the Trump administration had previously threatened to leave. •
After rejecting a handful of earlier options, more than half the 192-country body voted in favor of “option V,” which will allow the US to raise prices for packages arriving from other countries, in exchange for a contribution into the Union’s “voluntary fund,” which covers security and pensions. Other countries can also adjust prices on US inbound packages next July and on packages from elsewhere by set amounts each year. •
“By remaining in the UPU, the United States retains its important leadership role in the global postal system,” says Kate Muth, executive director of[...]
My wife calls my office “the coin cave.” When I go to the office I often say “I shall retire to my nerdery.”
Rhett & Link “How To Kill a Mustache” •
Look at this interesting flaw. I do not have many of this type, and I am wondering if it is a common flaw? I suspect it is. Is there a name for this kind of flaw? •
It is not old tape--it is five raised metal areas on the planchet. •
Resolved. Now on local time.
If this idea is implemented, please allow the personal settings options of staying hidden. •
When you have several/dozens of conversations/swaps in progress at once, some people get upset when you are not responding to them. I can only do so much at a time with my schedule, and sometimes want to login to read the forum for 5 minutes rather than answer a swap request. Or maybe I only have time to work on one swap today, and not the other 5 in progress. •
This idea is somewhat of a privacy invasion, and some people will use it to nag you when you simply don't have the time to give them.
Same problem for the last several days.
Unplanned stop here in Manila for Easter Sunday and Monday. Will any attractions (such as a water park) be open on Easter here? •
I note that the website for the first Manila coin shop listed looks like maybe they no longer have a store? (Papercoinage) “You may visit shop at : (Temporary not available)” Can anyone confirm they still exist?
The “machine”: It’s about $600, somewhat bulky, and a little difficult to use. •
Dealers need it to spot good fakes, for the rest of us it’s an opulent toy. IMO only for an advanced gold or silver collector. A few dealers have let me use one, but you really need to know your stuff to make it useful. It’s too large to put in your pocket, about the size of a medium hardcover book.
I did previously. So far no response from their 2 email addresses. Not sure if they’re still in business.
Under a 13x magnification eyepiece, I have a UNC 1935 that is very clearly "NOBLE". I will try to post a scan or a microscope photo, but I doubt that I will be successful due to the nature of the scanner's and microscope's lighting system on such a small mark. •
In swaps, if an AU coin is selected, the grade "AU" does not appear on the swap page. The other grades do appear: UNC, XF, etc. •
(It may be possible that coins graded "G" do not appear as well, because both AU and G are new grades in Numista.)
Thank goodness I have found it: •
It is the option: •
A. "One line per coin in my collection, with coin values" vs •
B. "One line per coin year, without coin values" •
Somehow mine was changed to B without my knowledge, but I use option A. Or maybe this is a new added option, that defaulted to B?
In March, I sent a Registered letter overseas. In April the package was verified lost in the post by both the USPS and the receiving country’s foreign post, after tracking terminated at Customs in the foreign country. •
In August I filed a USPS claim (PS Form 2855) for repayment with original 2017 auction house receipts for $496.90 (“you must also include evidence of value for this article, such as a sales receipt”). Here is the response I received from USPS: •
…In accordance with postal regulations in the International Mail Manual (IMM), under Special Services Registered Mail Section (333.2) Indemnity Limit, regardless of the declared value of a registered item the maximum amount of indemnity payable for loss, damage or rifling in 2018 is $42.27. Please accept our apology… You may also appeal the Insured registered mail provision or policy on which our decision is based by writing… •
In a separate letter I received a check from the USPS for $56.27, which is the[...]
Two year bump! Any new/good sites for pre-1948 grading standards?
I'm trying to keep it generic--any partner. Offer your opinion for both options.
I have been exclusively using the "older" form CN22 (also called PS Form 2976 at bottom left), and it appears to accomplish our intent. What is the new form called? I will ask for it at my office.
As always, I love your finds! This is one of many things that makes collecting interesting. Even on such a common coin, there is something special that can be found. Great work with your documentation/images. •
Daryl—bravo as well!
Quote: "pejounet" •
Quote: "VintageCoin"I bought old holed silver coins from a gambler who needed money...so i started collecting that kind of coins...And i dont know why iam suspicious.I put the warning on your profile. •
I recommend not telling the scammers what to do to avoid detection. Am I crazy?
Yes, but on outbound US customs. So far not with coins but with banknotes. US Customs have damaged my banknotes because they are too well packed. But they are nice enough to leave the border patrol agent’s card inside to have the name of someone to be mad at.
I will pay you $12,000 US cash if you can meet me at this address: •
935 Pennsylvania Ave NW •
Washington DC 20535 •
Me departing Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan. I made friends with the Dutch ISAF photographer when we landed, and he emailed me all off the takeoff and landing shots later that day. We delivered several pieces of the heavy equipment used to pave the runway.
Coin identifications and valuations
Clearly it is the two with the arrows. The Type 1,2,3,4 is from NGC/Krause link in my original post, but the types are not described online at NGC: •
Y23 and Y24 also list the same 4 types/combinations with no description. •
This is currently Numista's type 1,2 explanation. Do you think it is correct? •
Please add Y#350.1 Yr 25(1936)A to Numista Y#350: •
This is the same Vienna mint/year as in Numista Y#349.1: •
It is with great pomp and circumstance that I announce the newest mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska. I give you Denali the cat: •
(photo taken today)
Quote: "numinis"As for grades in swaplist, why can't you use five columns for collection and five for swaps? Like this: •
I agree that this is the PERFECT solution for balance between the old and new sites!
It’s what I have in hand.
"An upgrade of the website is planned on Sunday from 6 am to 7 am GMT. During this period, updates of your collection will be temporarily disabled." •
I assume this is for values?: •
I guess I could say that I started collecting in 1999, when I first lived abroad (Japan). For work, I visited over 100 countries in the next 8 years, picking up coins all along the way. There was no intent to become a 'collector,' I was simply trying to accumulate mementos of my visits. •
4 years ago (Mar 2014 as my profile shows) I was cleaning up my office and found many envelopes full of coins and banknotes from my travels. Numista helped me identify where all the coins I had found came from. Since then, colleting is my indoor hobby, which is good for cold days in Alaska.
Guess which animal takes the most time.
The rarity index is nothing more than a formula that describes how “rare” that particular type is for the users that use this website, nothing external. •
There are many threads here addressing NRI, it’s a red v blue, pro-choice v pro-life discussion. In other words it is difficult to find rational discourse regarding it... •
Regarding “common coin” not sure.
Sunlight: (still looks better in hand than in the photos) •
I have purchased many fake silver coins in China, with the intention of learning how to identify fakes. I HIGHLY recommend you perform the density test: •
All of my fakes fail the density test, although they may pass other tests.
I’m happy to see that you changed your one-sentence highly emotional response (that I replied “silly” to) with a valid useful argument. •
Unfortunate that you chose to delete your initial response and eliminate the evidence. You won’t see the same trick from me. My lesson here is to always quote the silliness. But my memory is “strong like bull” and I remember almost precisely what was written: “The moment rarity is removed, it will instantly class up this site.” Emotional and silly. •
Back to the real subject. Thanks again for a well-intentioned and valid response. I agree with a majority of what you said the second time around.
I heard they will also tax breathing, due to CO2 emissions. If you breathe less in 2018 you will get a tax credit.
I expect to be working at Ohakea for 3 weeks beginning approximately 14 Oct. Please contact me if you have ideas for things to do on my off days. I love fishing and will likely bring some gear. Also looking for unique attractions. •
I suppose a coin shop might be worth some time, but will be lower priority since this is my first (and likely last) trip to NZ. If interested in a swap, let me know, but I will likely be tied to several other individuals who will have no interest in spending time on coins!
Quote: "Platypus"I'm looking forward to my first swap too, so I hope the OP wouldn't mind a mild thread hijack. :) •
What if I want to exchange one in-demand coin for several identical common coins? I've played with the swap menu, but it doesn't let you select quantities. Either I'm doing something wrong, or the only way to request multiples of the same coin is by messaging the other person. Help? (I think) you should be able to add more of an identical coin by going to the "get more coins" option after you have started the swap. But if you want 10 more coins you have to do it 10 times. Or a note saying "I want 10" should work too.
Any good coin shops in downtown Sydney (that are for collectors not tourists)?
Never put "coins" on a customs form (if required). Put something like "old medals". •
If it's a few coins, just put them in regular first class international post as part of a letter.
Let us know if you find any of these 1981-1988 1 shilling coins. •
Quote: "Jarcek"So we probably have coins minted in two years with just one date. •
I received this response from Colombia's NUMISMÁTICA Y FILATELIA BOGOTÁ: •
"You are right. They made this 25 Centavos coin only in 1979. It was issued in a hurry to facilitate payment of bus fare. The five-cent coins were out of circulation, and for this reason the buses were charging 30 cents instead of 25. We have reported three varieties of this coin: •
1) Normal coin •
2) Rotated reverse, almost always towards left •
3) Medal aligned. Very rare. •
Hope this information is useful to you."
Nepal (coin #1)
Coin identifications and valuations
Yes, I now agree that it is 1995. Numista #711 , NGC #711 •
Those certainly look like 8s to me, but I guess they are 9s! It's all about the font! Nepal Numbers •
Coin #2 later today, time permitting.
Quote: "BSmith"...my swap rules. •
More of a manifesto, really. •
I think this subject recently came up, but I was unable to find it when searching the forum--my apologies if so. •
Today when researching the NGC world coin site, I found a strange anomaly where the VF prices are higher than the XF prices: •
I know I had looked up this coin last month, but don't remember seeing the anomaly then. Does anyone know why this is happening, and if it's a common discrepancy?
Quote: "Mark240590"... my wife was born in the lunar year of the monkey, She visited Gibraltar just a few months later. We were married in Gibraltar the next time the year of the monkey arrived... •
So you married a 12-year old? What country are you two from? •
(or maybe you left something out of your thought there so late at night)
Quote: "gyoschak"Anyone going to the ANA show in Orlando? I submitted the outing for it, but it hasn't made the list yet. •
https://www.money.org/NationalMoneyShowStill not on the outings list. I guess nobody has been taking those inputs over the last month.
Quote: "pnightingale"... Sorry Rick, going to disagree on this one... I'm not the smartest guy on the planet but I could solve 99% of the scamming problems in 24 hours. •
From the USA--All of my swaps with Canada have gone VERY slowly (as long as 6 weeks). I have at least 3, maybe as many as 6 with Canada (without going through my records of about 110-120 swaps of both coins and notes). •
Side note: for the first time (to my knowledge) outgoing US customs opened my letter (of banknotes to Croatia). The customs agent left his ID card and badge number in the letter for the receiver. The receiver said the customs agent damaged 2 of the UNC notes I sent because I packed them too well.
Quote: "neilithic"I came across this one today and just about choked on my cup of tea •
http://www.trademe.co.nz/antiques-collectables/coins/new-zealand-predecimal/collections/auction-1261034507.htmThat's a reasonable price for three coins minted upside down.
Hello, I am looking for more assistance with translation. While in Hong Kong, I was given 2 addresses for coin markets in Shanghai: •
大木桥路 88 号云洲古玩城 •
局门路 600 号卢工邮币卡市场 •
I am trying to translate them enough to load into my phone's GPS so that I can walk or take the train there rather than a taxi. •
Thank you for any assistance!
Impeccable timing--I should be there on Sat or Sun that week. Thanks so much for pointing it out. It looks like a Heritage Auction event at first look, so I probably can't afford a thing! But that won't keep me away...
I've been to over 100 countries. I stopped counting at 100, but I do keep a logbook so that I can accurately figure that out someday. •
I "collected" coins and notes from all of them at the time just for proof that I had been there--things I figured I'd look back on many years in the future. •
Much sooner than "many years later" I found some of the coins in my office. I couldn't figure out where some of them were from, and that's what brought me to Numista.
Quote: "pnightingale"I'll provide proof of mailing in the form of a photo of the PO counter receipt and a stamped customs form showing the mailing address. I can therefore prove it was mailed •
HA! Wrong Phil. •
The last time I provided that, the bugger said "that proves nothing--it just proves you paid for something to take a picture of--for all I know you never dropped it in the slot"!!! •
Ya, he was and is a particularly slimy type of scumbag. (there's proportionally many more of them over at colnect)
Has anyone noticed in the past few months that our top-notch USPS no longer lets you track outbound international registered mail? •
When you enter your RR number, it says "USPS Tracking® is unavailable for this product for (Country)". I suppose I should be happy that it is destined for the correct country, but it used to give actual tracking info all the way from post office acceptance through transfer to international post. Now the only actual tracking available is in the destination country after it arrives there and is handled by a more competent agency (not USPS website). Is this just another symptom of our money-hemorrhaging failed USPS? My swap partners are PO'd, and so am I.
It is Lt Col (I am one--was trying to be discreet/polite). •
Re Patton pistols: I think they're on display at the museum in Fort Knox, but negotiating the purchase may be problematic.
Quote: "neilithic"Yes it's amusing, but it also looks like one person posting feedback, I'd be dubious that they're setting themselves up for a scam.these are ratings GIVEN by one sender - nothing suspicious
Have you looked at a colnect account? You can put them all up for swap with conditions there. •
I have #6 and #8 for swap. I may also have some upgrades for your Panama - I found a large collection recently.
I have a large number of UNC notes from current nations for swap on colnect (same username gyoschak). Contact me if interested. I use current catalog values (unless otherwise noted), and prefer to swap for XF or better notes I don't have. I can sell for cash if you don't have notes for swap.
Any good shops near the airport in Seattle?
Something just doesn't look right here... •
Legal tender on overseas bases. Like AAFES money for the US mil.
It sure would be nice to access the WPM catalog digitally or online. Carrying the books around is back-breaking. Does anyone know of a website or where to purchase a digital copy for download to a tablet? •
If anyone uses the CD-ROM version of the catalog, I would like to know if it must always be used with a CD drive, or if it can be used on a tablet. •
I also see a new edition is to be released Sep 16th. (Amazon)
Good information! Thank you
You can also ask swappers to pay (in coins) all or a portion of your excess cost if registered mail is needed. The answer for me has been yes almost all of the time, and the cost of registered mail is noted on my profile so they know what they are getting in to if they really need registered. •
I'm amazed that Canadian post is even higher than US! The ladies at my post office are used to me now, and unfortunately (for me) they do their jobs well and I can't get anything through registered without paying the full painful cost.
The good news is he ONLY robbed a handful of people before he was caught this time: •
https://en.numista.com/echanges/profil.php?id=60138 (gold ruble) •
https://en.numista.com/echanges/profil.php?id=58790 (32Andre) •
The bad news is that he robbed a handful of people because we didn't ever shut him down, even though we knew he was the same person.
I have found 15 (fifteen) 1958 markka (thin 1). All UNC/BUNC. Normally I like to buy doubles for swaps, but this is an expensive coin. ($35 Krause) would anyone like me to pick one up? It is fairly rare. •
Yes, I'm aware that he passed away. I'm sure this is part of the mediation problem.
Best idea in a very long time. Well done!
After reading this entire thread (twice!) I honestly do not understand how this will prevent scammers. But there are some people involved in this thread that are much smarter than me--and I have to say that something is better than nothing. •
As a victim of "gold ruble" aka "32Andre" I can see how a scammer after expending his scamming capital in one user name (32Andre) then becomes a new name (gold ruble) and goes on undetected. To my small uneducated mind, address verification appears to be the only way to prevent this. In this case, the moderating party (and thus the potential victims) would know "32Andre" and "gold ruble" share the exact same name and address. •
If an alternate ID could be used, such as a passport at one username, and driver license at the other--there does not appear to be a way to cross check, except perhaps the member's first and last name. Variations [...]
Where to buy coins/banknotes in Buenos Aires?
Can anyone recommend any coin shops in Lima, Peru?
Two forums needed: •
1 Swaps •
This idea COULD stop serial thieves like Dmitri's "32Andre"/"gold ruble", but only if addresses within the system are cross-checked for double accounts. Generally, I'm all for it, as a victim of Dmitri's theft.
This is EXACTLY what just happened to me with another swapper. Unfortunately, because we are "spoiled rich Americans," we bear the burden for all losses without exception. I hope you fair better than I did. Here is a sanitized version of what I just did in this situation: •
You are absolutely maddening. I did not ask for registered letter, but you chose to send to me that way. The cost of registered letter from USA to X is unreasonable, the purpose I asked if normal letter is acceptable. YOU said YES. •
I am very sorry your notes have not arrived. Now in return, you are requesting three times the original value of the notes, and with registered letter. You can imagine why I am not happy about this. •
With 100% positive ratings on over 50 swaps at Numista, why would I try to steal from you? Letters have been lost and suffered VERY long delays to and from the USA. Do you know why I still have 100% positive? Because other people I have swapped with in the[...]
This person is expecting face value of all coins for catalog value of the Zim notes. We all know the face value of Zim notes is zero. Can't have it both ways.
Thank you! That one appears to be appointment only on Mondays. I also see this one online: •
China Replica ID
Coin identifications and valuations
It is not silver, and is magnetic, so I assume it is a replica. I have picked up many "silver" Mongolian and Chinese coins in Mongolia, all of them are magnetic.
"The 2006 and 2007 Turkish coins seem to have extra metal all around the reverse" •
If you mean around the very outside edge of the reverse, my 2005 has the same around approx 60% of the circumference.
Today at my bank I found 3 UNC $10 quarter rolls: •
2001P Kentucky •
2001P Vermont •
2001D North Carolina •
I would prefer they got to a collector who would want them rather than end up in circulation. •
PM me if interested. I would prefer to swap for notes or coins, but I suppose I could just sell them if you don't have anything I'm looking for. •
Quote: "eyoly"Hello Numista •
Here is a moment that I am not come to the site, the head a bit and also as a desire for something else :) •
I want to get into a new collection that will focus on casino chips but only for those LAS VEGAS (I love this city!) •
If there has members among us who would know give me some sites or references to document me on quotes, get them from FRANCE ... •
Thank you in advance of little help :) •
EyolySounds like we will not be completing our swap that you started on 23 Aug? I haven't received a reply from you since 20 Sep, but have sent you 4 messages since then.
Rather than including a generalized statement that "postal service appears quite dubious," I will instead provide factual data/statements from a swapper (who is a fellow countrymen to you) that you may instead discount as stupid: •
"10 of 200 posts were lost/stolen" (5%), "not so bad." •
I leave it to the masses to determine what is good/bad.
Swaps and trades
Anywhere in the US--the shipping cost should be the same!
Quote: "Xavier"in your sentbox: light blue for read messages and plain blue for messages not read yet. •
Thank you--I did not know this before! I apologize for my ignorance. •
Now I know they are choosing to ignore me.
Outstanding contribution! Thank you. •
Part of what makes collecting interesting is finding these kinds of variations.
Can anyone explain why the 1970 Hungary 5 Filler KM#549 holds such a high catalog value (5-10x other years), but does not have a lower mintage or other obvious unique feature? •
Working again. Disregard.
Having this same problem right now for both png and jpg images from the USA. Happens in PMs and on the Forum. This is what is displayed:
Quote: EurekaI can't add image files to messages :(Same problem here still in the USA. I see what looks like a url when I try to PM my coin scans, and also when I try to uplaod an image to the forum (just as you see below). I'm told Xavier is the only one that can help. I will try to PM him.
My 1977 20f looks the same. Not reeded, same KM#. Thanks for pointing this out.
How do I find the UAR or Egypt or Syria referee?
Coin identifications and valuations
Agree. Solved. Change request submitted.
Let's stay away from the discussion of why you don't like the Numista Rarity Index (NRI). I do, and yes, it could be better. Enough said. •
Some coins, and more specifically, some countries have high NRIs because they are difficult to identify and catalog. •
For example, Thailand. IMO, a very difficult language to read, therefore not as many people put the effort into cataloging those pieces. Too much time for the ROI. Much like common coins that appear to have high NRIs--people just don't bother to catalog them. •
Requesting verification on what I've heard regarding fakes of this type: •
If the coin has the sandpaper texture in the background it is a copy?
Outstanding! Thanks to inscriptor!
British Honduras 1 "CFNT" 1965 KM#30 •
I don't think this is classified as an "error" coin, is it? Is this just a die problem? I'm sure there's a term for some missing details not caused by wear. •
I have two, one is a normal "CENT". •
Coin identifications and valuations
Great site. Where else can I go from completely clueless to 100% ID in 30 min or less? Thanks! •
And thanks to Numista as well.
I. Like. How. You. Make. Little. Pauses. In. Your. Head. As. You. Read. This.
I think this is a FD#2297 •
Can you help me identify which type? •
OMG! He touching it with his bare hands! GASP!
Is there a numismatic term for the parallel folds/wrinkles I sometimes see on aluminum coins?
1 Cash - Guangxu
Coin identifications and valuations
This AM at Denver Airport •
1945 nickel, well beyond its useful life in circulation, time to go home with me to retire.
New Guy. •
What does paying a subscription do for me at numismaster? Does is give trade values for my collection? If so, how subjective are those valuations and how are they obtained? •
This site (and fairly infrequent google searches) seems to have everything I need except valuations. It would be even better if banknotes were here. (Is there such a site?) •
My regards to the people that maintain this site.
I have a 1964D silver that I would give a grade of AU55. It's not on my swap list since it is the only 1964D that I have, but I am not particularly attached to it. I have many other silver Kennedys. •
NOTE: I am brand new to the site and have not shipped outside the USA before! •
If you cannot get a more efficient swap for all the the coins you are looking for, let me know if you would like this one.
3rd verse same as the first. 1 Tugrik, steel color, magnetic, 13.5 grams, 2.3mm thick.