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Mexico 8 Reales  1824 to 1897Mexico 8 Reales 1824 to 1897 Ancient Greece Sasanian Empire Bahram I (Counterfeit)  271ADAncient Greece Sasanian Empire Bahram I (Counterfeit) 271AD
US Gold Buffalo  2008 to DateUS Gold Buffalo 2008 to Date Germany (Bohemia and Moravia, Czechoslovakia) 50 Haleru  1940 to 1944Germany (Bohemia and Moravia, Czechoslovakia) 50 Haleru 1940 to 1944
Medal: Great Britain Royal Humane Society  1830 to 1900Medal: Great Britain Royal Humane Society 1830 to 1900 Token: India Ram Darbar Temple Ramatanka (Fakes are possible) Token: India Ram Darbar Temple Ramatanka (Fakes are possible)
New Zealand 3 Pence  1933 to 1965New Zealand 3 Pence 1933 to 1965 East Africa 1/2, 1, 5, and 10 Cents  1907 to 1964East Africa 1/2, 1, 5, and 10 Cents 1907 to 1964
  

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Germany (Regensburg) Half Thaler and Thaler  1754 to 1791

A beautiful city-scape of Regensburg appears on the back of several different thalers and half thalers. We attempt to summarize values on this page. All values are approximate.

HALF THALER: 34 mm diameter
THALER: 42 mm diameter

HALF THALER FRANCISCUS 1754
worn: $100 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $200
well preserved: $350
fully uncirculated: $700

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Medieval Great Britain Helm (Edward III)  1327 to 1377

Frodo -- Would you please contact us about this coin? As you describe, it is a very rare gold 'helm' of King Edward III. Values run high in the 10s of 1000s of US dollars. A Spink auction in 2015 hammered at 50,000 British pounds. There is a good web page at this blog [PRESS HERE]. We do not know of counterfeits or replicas of this piece. If your piece is real or fake, it deserves attention. You can contact us via the 'Contact' button at the top of the web page. We will be asking for good-quality pictures and precise weight of your coin.

Coin: 21050
Requested by: Frodo, Sat, 30-Apr-2016 15:19:55 GMT

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Token: Canada Royal Black Knights  1912 to Date

The Royal Black Institution is a religious and fraternal organization, similar to, and related to, other secret societies like the Freemasons and Knights Templar.

There are several different tokens issued by the Blacks, most notably those of Canadian chapters and shown in the pictures on this page.

Genuine vintage tokens can be quite valuable when in decent condition. Very approximately:

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Spain 5, 25, and 50 Pesetas  1957

The 1957 5, 25, and 50 pesetas coins from Spain are ones that can get collector juices flowing. The vast majority of these coins are very common, low-value pieces. These coins are made of copper-nickel and are worth only face value. A collector might pay a few US dollars to add a fully uncirculated specimen to his or her collection.

ALL COINS EXCEPT THOSE DESCRIBED BELOW:
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: less than $1

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China Hupeh (Hu-Peh) 5, 10, 20, 50 Cents and 1 Dollar (Fakes are possible)  1894 to 1908

These old coins from China are quite interesting. The dragon is one of the favorite patterns. Conversion of the monetary units goes like this:

3.6 candareens = 5 cents
7.2 candareens = 10 cents
1 mace and 4.4 candareens = 20 cents
3 mace and 6 candareens = 50 cents
7 mace and 2 candareens = 1 dollar

The value of these coins is quite high, especially in well preserved condition.

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US Missing Clad Layer (Minting error)  1965 to Date

Nowadays not many people remember when silver coins actually circulated in America. Up to 1964, our silver coins ~ dimes, quarters, half dollars ~ were made of actual silver. A full 90 percent of each coin was pure silver. The remaining 10 percent was copper. Then, in 1964, the Federal Government decided, with the rest of the world (pretty much), to do away with precious metal in coins and strike them out of cheap alloys. Coins minted from 1965 until now have zero silver content. Dimes, quarters, and half dollars are made of copper with a thin clad layer of nickel.

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