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58 viewsOttoman akche
Suleiman 1 "Kanuni"
926/1520/---974/1566/
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1625 Medieval Poland, Sigismund III16 views1625 Medieval Poland, 3 Polker, AR 19mm.1 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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1898-1900? Victoria Half Penny147 views2 commentsrandy h2
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192671 views4 commentsrandy h2
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193835 views2 commentsrandy h2
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6 kreuzer 1674 Austria Leopold I., SHS Breslau25 views2 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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Charles VIII21 viewsCharles VIII (1483-1498) Duplessy 587 2 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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China cash coin34 viewsQian Long Tong Bao (Ch'ien-Lung 1736-1795)randy h2
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Connecticut 1785 31 viewsConnecticut 1785 1M-E, high R-3 or low R-4. Rare

Mailed Bust Right

This was the only use of the obverse die.
This was the only use of the reverse die.
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Countermarked 19 viewsAE 25, dupondius?

obv. Bust right

2 counter marks, AVG, TICAE (Tiberius?)
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Elizabeth I 29 viewsENGLAND. Elizabeth I Silver Hammered Threepence, 15781 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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England, Edward I60 views England, Edward I (1272-1307), Penny, 1.26g., New coinage, class 9a1 (c.1299 to 1300/1), London mint, facing bust of King, star on breast, +EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB, rev., long cross with trefoil of pellets in each angle, CIVITAS LONDON (N.1036/1; S.1407), struck flat in parts, fine. 5 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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England, James I, 1603 ‚Äď 162532 viewsSilver halfgroat, Seaby 2659 or 2660, Fair, 0.728g, 17.0mm, 225o, obverse I D G ROSA SINE SPINA, crowned rose; reverse TVEATVR VNITA DEVS, crowned thistle ex Forvm

"James was King of Scots as James VI from 1567 and in succeeded Elizabeth I as King of England, Scotland, and Ireland in 1603. He often used the title King of Great Britain. The English colonization of North America began during his reign. In 1607, Jamestown was founded in Virginia, and in 1620 Plymouth in the Massachusetts Bay Colony."
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France 192533 views1 commentsrandy h2
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Japan41 viewsShu Kazi Period
1853-65
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KHUSRO II14 views590-628 AD SASANIAN EMPIRE Silver Drachm KHUSRO II

Bust of Khusro II right with elaborate winged crown, type two, topped by a crescent and star, inside a double border. Outside border, crescents and stars./Fire altar with two attendants, inside a triple boarder, outside, four crescents and stars
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Kushan29 viewsKUSHAN: Kanishka I AE tetradrachm ?randy h2
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Maximillion II Hungary 27 viewsMaximillion II 1575 ar denaro Madona on rev.3 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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No Clue26 viewsIN HOC SIGNO VINCES around cross/ CONSTANTI dot IMP dot around crown ae 222 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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Philip IV VIII Maravedis No Visible 1659-165237 views1 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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Queen Victoria 184633 views1 commentsrandy h2
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Russia 189822 views1 commentsrandy h2
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Shen Zong56 viewsEmperor Shen Zong, Yuan Feng tong bao.

1 cash, 1078-1085. Hartill 16.237
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Shen Zong5 viewsChina Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127 AD)
Emperor Shen Zong
1068 - 1085 AD
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Spanish Cob 1 real (Santa Maria de La Consolacion)40 viewsSpanish Cob 1 real, recovered from the Santa Maria de La Consolacion

"She was heavily loaded with silver coins intended for Panama. Soon after leaving port she was pursued by two pirate ships commanded by the famous pirate Bartholomew Sharpe. To save the treasure from the pirates, the Spanish captain ran the ship aground on the rocks of Isle de Muerto (Island of Death), Ecuador in July of 1681. The Spanish then burned the ship, depriving the pirates of the valuable treasure. Enraged, the pirates landed and slaughtered 140 Spanish survivors."

"The Spanish treasure ship Santa Maria de la Consolocion left Callao, Chile in 1681, bound for Panama, where her precious cargo that was to be transported across the isthmus and then shipped onto Spain. Because of a delay in getting its silver coins from the mint in Potosi, Bolivia, she was forced to sail alone, after the rest of the South Sea Armada had departed. The lone galleon was soon attacked by a fleet of six British pirate ships. The captain attempted to defend his precious cargo by landing his ship on a small island named Isla de Muerto (Island of the Dead) in the Bay of Guayaquil, Ecuador. The vessel accidentally hit a reef and began to sink. To prevent the treasure from falling into the hands of the pirates, the captain set the ship afire. The pirates, furious that the ship had been burned, captured and beheaded the estimated 350 passengers and crew of the ship. Neither the pirates, nor the returning Spaniards were able to recover the treasure from the shark infested waters. "
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Tombstone, Arizona50 viewsHonest Walts Saloon, Brass Brothel Token
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Vologases III 103 viewsVologases III AR drachm, 105-147 AD

Obv: Diademed bust left, long pointed beard, earring visible; diadem has three bands, two loops, and three ends. Rev: Archer (Arsakes I) seated right, holding bow, monogram below; archerís seat a straight line; seven line legend surrounding.
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