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31 Jan 2022

2013 US $100 Blue Strip FRN Details

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On October 8, 2013 this note was issued as an attempt to market and circulate an anti-counterfeit federal note. The order was given by the Board of Governors of the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing*. Even though it has received many critical comments throughout the financial world since its appearance, the Ben 100 is strong and attractive for bearers and collectors alike. I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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30 Jan 2022

Japanese Empire Second World War 50 Sen Note

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The 50 sen note was a denomination of Japanese yen issued in four different series from 1872 to 1947 for use in commerce. Meiji Tsūhō notes are the first modern banknotes issued after Japanese officials studied western culture. There circulated alongside ten sen coins until their withdrawal in 1887. The other three series of ten sen notes issued are in some way tied to the impacts of World War I and World War II. Taishō fractional ten sen notes were issued as a response to a coin shortage that was caused by the first of these wars. They were eventually suspended in the early 1920s when things had settled down, and were later demonetized in 1948. I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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29 Jan 2022

2013 Perry's Victory International Peace Memorial Ohio Qtr

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Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial Quarters feature a reverse design by Don Everhart. As the coin image above reflects, it depicts the statue of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry with the Peace Memorial located in the distance. Inscriptions include PERRY’S VICTORY, OHIO, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Coin Specifications Weight = 5.670 g Diameter = 0.955 in (24.26 mm) Thickness = 1.75 mm Edge = Reeded Composition = Cupro-Nickel Clad (8.33% Nickel, Balance Copper) I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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29 Jan 2022

2013 White Mountain NH Quarter

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2013 White Mountain National Forest Quarters depicts Mt. Chocorua, the easternmost peak of the Sandwich Range, framed by birch trees. The scene was designed and executed by Phebe Hemphill. Reverse inscriptions include WHITE MOUNTAIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Coin Specifications Weight = 5.670 g Diameter = 0.955 in (24.26 mm) Thickness = 1.75 mm Edge = Reeded Composition = Cupro-Nickel Clad (8.33% Nickel, Balance Copper) I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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28 Jan 2022

2013 Great Basin Nevada Quarter

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Each Great Basin National Park Quarter is described by the Mint as depicting the "beauty and unique qualities of a single Bristlecone Pine tree and the rocky glacial moraines where the trees grow." The design was created by Ronald D. Sanders and executed by Renata Gordon. Inscriptions found around the reverse include GREAT BASIN, NEVADA, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Coin Specifications Weight = 5.670 g Diameter = 0.955 in (24.26 mm) Thickness = 1.75 mm Edge = Reeded Composition = Cupro-Nickel Clad (8.33% Nickel, Balance Copper) I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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28 Jan 2022

2013 Fort McHenry Maryland Quarter

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As seen in the above image, the reverse or tails side of the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine Quarter depicts a scene during "Defenders Day" celebration, considered the centerpiece annual event held at Fort McHenry. The fireworks symbolize the "rocket’s red glare," linking the fort to its historic past, the Mint describes. The quarter-dollar was both designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna. Inscriptions surrounding the scene are FORT McHENRY, MARYLAND, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Coin Specifications Weight = 5.670 g Diameter = 0.955 in (24.26 mm) Thickness = 1.75 mm Edge = Reeded Composition = Cupro-Nickel Clad (8.33% Nickel, Balance Copper) I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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28 Jan 2022

2013 Mount Rushmore SD Quarter

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With such a distinctive and well-known subject as Mount Rushmore, it is not hard to guess what the basic design of the quarter honoring it looks like. It was more difficult in this round, however, since Mount Rushmore has appeared before on U.S. coins. This latest design, by Joseph Menna, is inspired by photos of men who are adding the final details to Thomas Jefferson’s face Inscriptions include MOUNT RUSHMORE, SOUTH DAKOTA, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Coin Specifications Weight = 5.670 g Diameter = 0.955 in (24.26 mm) Thickness = 1.75 mm Edge = Reeded Composition = Cupro-Nickel Clad (8.33% Nickel, Balance Copper) I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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27 Jan 2022

Trinidad & Tobago 1966, 1980-83 Quarters Detailed

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The Trinidad and Tobago dollar (currency code TTD) is the currency of Trinidad and Tobago. It is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or alternatively TT$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies. It is subdivided into 100 cents. Cents are abbreviated with the cent sign ¢, or TT¢ to distinguish from other currencies that use cents. Its predecessor currencies are the Trinidadian dollar and the Tobagonian dollar. Obverse Trinidad and Tobago's coat of arms: a ship's wheel in front of a fruited coconut palm. Beneath the wheel is the wreath which holds the mantle in place. The Helm is a helmet facing front. The devices on the Shield are the two humming birds. The three gold ships represent the three ships of Columbus. The Supporters are a Scarlet Ibis (the national bird of Trinidad) on the left and, a Cocrico (the national bird of Tobago) on the right. The Three Peaks commemorated both Columbus' decision to name Trinidad after the Blessed Trinity and the three Peaks of the Southern mountain range, called the "Three Sisters" on the horizon. Inscribed on the motto scroll are the words: "Together we aspire; together we achieve" Script: Latin Lettering: REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO TOGETHER WE ASPIRE TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE 1976 FM Reverse The national flower, the Chaconia (Warszewiczia coccinea or Wild Poinsettia) and value. Script: Latin Lettering: 25 CENTS I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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26 Jan 2022

Czech 1982, 1995 & 1997 Coins Detailed

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The Czech koruna, also known as Czech Crown, (sign: Kč; code: CZK, Czech: koruna česká) has been the currency of the Czech Republic since 1993. The koruna is one of the European Union's 11 currencies, and the Czech Republic is already legally bound to use the euro currency for all transactions. 1 CZK=.46¢US I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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25 Jan 2022

Venezuela's 1965 & 1986 coins (detailed)

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Both of the coin samples I present here circulated from 1953-1999. As much of the venezuelan currency they were minted either by the Royal Mint in London or Germany's Werdohl Metals (VDM), to mention just a couple. I use mostly in all my postings images of wildlife and known animals because I believe in animal rights and protection worldwide. From the bottom of my heart, Please do me a favor,,,, If you are here, push the follow me button by my username. Thanks, AC Coin$.

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