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East and South Europe

Does anyone collects coins from East and South Europe (Ex Yugoslavia, Italia, Poland...)?

7 years ago

Yup. My favorites are from Yugoslavia and eastern Russia

7 years ago

no.

7 years ago

I collect coins and paper money from Italy. 

7 years ago

I have many notes and coins from areas in that part of Europe.

7 years ago

I collect from most countries but some of my favorites are in Eastern and Southern Europe.

7 years ago

Yes, I really love the coins of Albania from 1926 - 27. You can see some in my on-line Moneta Museum Gallery (link).

http://www.moneta-coins.com/photopost/showgallery.php?cat=645
Be sure to visit both pages. They are neo-classical designs of ancient Greek coin themes. I suppose Albanian territory was a part of Macedonia in ancient times. King Zog at the time (~1926) was a big coin collector. Here's a sample with the Head of Athena and the prow of a war galley.

7 years ago

I esteem Slovenia, early Yugoslavia and the later nations which came out of Yugoslavia. Serbia as well. I also like and collect Lithuania and some Slovakia. A tad north, I like Austria as well. I have many wants, but few coins, time may permit me to collect those I want.  I think I have more of Italy than any of the eastern nations of Europe (as my avatar indicates).

7 years ago

My collecting focus includes, from eastern Europe: Moravia, Silesia, Hungary, Transylvania( I am not joking), Ragusa and from southern Europe Italy and Italian States

7 years ago

Hello,

I collect coins from:
Italy 1922-1943
Albania 1939-1943
Russia (USSR) 1921-1991
Ukraine 1992-Present Day
Greece 1828-Present Day
Cyprus 1879-Present Day

These are the coins that I actively collect from the areas you specified. I have many coins from all the countries of East and South Europe but do not actively collect them. Friends brought them to me from various trips in the areas.

7 years ago
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