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04 May 2015

Informative post #4

Coins-World | user_6683

Here is a 1 won from South Korea, so I do try to fulfill requests. This coin is the lowest denomination of the Won. It is like our penny ( for US members). On the front it is the states where it is issued in English with denomination. The back it repeated in native Korean. With that is a Rose of Sharon ( as it it is called by Americans and much of North America), a plant that is native to Asia and much of the country and is South Koreans national flower. Hope you enjoy and like. The next post I will allow you guys to choice between West Germany or the Eastern half. Old coins and I am glad to own. However one thing to add if you missed the first won- Here is a South Korea Won. The currency set up by the United States after the Japanese surrender in 1945, just a fun fact. 😀

25 Apr 2015

Informational post #2

Coins-World | user_6683

1 Reichspfenning the coin of the Nazi Reich. Minted from 1940 to 1945. It replaced its Bronze version shortly after the war started as those materials were needed to make supplies for the war, so it is made of pure Zinc. So it's an Emergency war issue. Mass 1.81g ,Diameter 17mm

01 Apr 2015

The piece I been looking for

Coins-World | user_6683

I been searching for month to find one of these pieces through stores and dealers. A South Vietnam dông is what I been sea hearing for because it's where my grandfather had been stationed in 1969-70. Odd shape with rice on the back. Just a cool piece from a country that died only forty years ago.

25 Mar 2015

Swaziland Set

Coins-World | user_6683

With my Soviet Set I picked up these cool pieces, the rest of the backs will go in the collection.

21 Feb 2015

West Germany Mark: a path to rebuilding a country divided

Coins-World | user_6683

This is a German 2 mark from West Germany minted from copper and nickel clad. This coin is like a two dollar bill. These coins such as the 2 and 5 mark were often used as commemorative themes. On this one it has Konrad Adenauer the first Chancellor of Germany after WW2. He was important to help rebuild West Germany to pre war standards. On the back is a German eagle proud symbol of the Germany people. This coin I brought from my friend Josh Blazer so check with him if you want something he might have it for the right price. Please like and comment any coin you would like to see nxt.

21 Feb 2015

UAE coin of 1402 (yes that's right)

Coins-World | user_6683

To the Middle East for this one. This coin is from the United Arab Emirates. On the front of the is the coin and valuem which is written in both English and Arabic. On the back is a Arab Lamp along with the date that includes the Gregorian calendar and Islamic calendar dates. Which is 1982 and 1402. Lots of information from the one Dirham. Designed by Engraver Geoffrey Colley and made of Copper-nickel. From the few I have posted I belive this has the highest value of $0.27 lol. Like and comment. If you got a coin you need answers to just send me a Message.


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