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Sjoelund
Joined: 28-Mar-2012
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Hi,

how do I insert a word document in the NUMISDOC.

Here just the beginning:

Term Explanation
Adjusting Making an overweight blank lighter by filing or cutting off some metal. French: ajuster, German: justieren, Dutch: justieren, Russian: регулировка, настройка.
Alloy Mixture of metals. French: alliage, German: Legierung, Dutch: legering, allooi , Russian: сплав.
Ask price Price asked for a good (e.g. precious metal). See also offer price. French: prix vendeur, German: Angebotspreis Dutch: Laatprijs, Russian: цена продавца.
Biga Chariot drawn by two animals, usually horses. See also quadriga. French: bige, German: Biga, Dutch: biga, Russian: колесница.
Billon Alloy looking like silver with low silver content or not containing silver e.g. copper with nickel or zinc. French: billon, German: Billon, Dutch: biljoen, Russian: биллон.
Bimetallic Coin with the centre in another metal than the outer ring. A few coin types are trimetallic. French: enchâssée, bicolore, German: bimetallisch, Dutch: tweemetalig, Russian: биметаллический.
Bracteate coins struck with one die on an extremely thin blank so that the reverse is an incuse mirror image of the obverse. The first bracteats appeared in Germany in the 12th century, but as late as the first world war, bracteate tokens were made in France. French: bractéate, German: Brakteat, Dutch: bracteaat, Russian: брактеат.

This was a common work I participated in on the worldofcoins.eu web site
The full document is 13 pages long!
Ole
Globetrotter
Coin variants in English:
https://sites.google.com/site/coinvarietiescollection/home
In French on Cobra's site (not the same)
http://monnaiesetvarietes.esy.es/
Cyrillius Numista team
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Quote: "Sjoelund"​Hi,

​how do I insert a word document in the NUMISDOC.

​Here just the beginning:

​Term Explanation
​Adjusting Making an overweight blank lighter by filing or cutting off some metal. French: ajuster, German: justieren, Dutch: justieren, Russian: регулировка, настройка.


​Hello.
I just wanted to say that probably there is a more special term "юстировка" (from the German word).
Sjoelund
Joined: 28-Mar-2012
Posts: 2512
Hi,

thanks, I have modified the document accordingly.

Send me a PM with your email and I'll send you the full document for verification?

Ole
Globetrotter
Coin variants in English:
https://sites.google.com/site/coinvarietiescollection/home
In French on Cobra's site (not the same)
http://monnaiesetvarietes.esy.es/

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