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Can a coin be listed in country, which at the time never existed on its own

This message aims at: requesting the creation or the modification of a currency in the catalog

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mikimaus
Joined: 18-Jan-2015
Posts: 174
Hi

Here is one more good mission for Robot or entry control in the first place. For instance:
https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces171993.html

This token dates back to year 1978. It is entered below Croatia and not Yugoslavia. Croatia became independent on 25 June 1991.
Yugoslavia had its "own time at the time":
  • 1918–1941 = Kingdom of Yugoslavia
  • 1945–1992 = Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • 1992–2006 = Federation and confederation between Montenegro and Serbia

So my question is, does Numista know year-zero, end-year and year "currently still open for bussiness (before bombed to hell)" for any country, so that it can check whether certain coins and tokens and other stuff can be attributed to this state/country.

LP
pejounet Numista team
Joined: 30-Jan-2017
Posts: 2934
Hi,

not sure how it could work. Specifically for tokens and exonumia, assigning does not use the issuer system but the currency system: issuer is not Croatia or Yougoslavia but Token, the countries being assigned here as currencies.

In this case, a new currency "Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" would be created to assign the token.
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miopa
Joined: 16-Apr-2019
Posts: 5
Croatia existed as a federal unit, ant if a certain token was issued and relevant only within that federal unit, it would make sense to be listed there.
Cyrillius Numista team
Joined: 5-Jun-2013
Posts: 1641
Hello.
I would transfer this to the section of Yugoslavia tokens and indicate in brackets (Croatia). How does this happen with objects of different republics in the USSR.
mikimaus
Joined: 18-Jan-2015
Posts: 174
Quote: "Cyrillius"​Hello.
​I would transfer this to the section of Yugoslavia tokens and indicate in brackets (Croatia). How does this happen with objects of different republics in the USSR.
​Please add couple of links for clarification.
thanks
Cyrillius Numista team
Joined: 5-Jun-2013
Posts: 1641
For example?
https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces25244.html
mikimaus
Joined: 18-Jan-2015
Posts: 174
Hi

I guess for Federations (in case Numista would have such tag on "state" parameter), "Federated states" subgroup would be nice.

There is also issue with the date certain state proclaims its self, which is never on 1st of January or dissolves its self, which is never on 31st of December, hence some kind of a referee input would be needed on coins/tokens added for year zero and last year.

LP
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Jarcek Numista team
Joined: 22-Dec-2014
Posts: 5860
I will mark this as rejected, because technically it cannot, but since it is a token you found the solution.
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