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By: JOE
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Coins of the World
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14 days ago
Post: 2711
Chile
Date: 1791 - Questions: Value? Genuine?

 
By: Ash Bash
14 days ago
Post: 2712
I am skeptical, this looks like it's trying to imitate re-stamped coins but the large area looks like it was cast on, rather than stamped onto an actual coin. I would say this is mostly likely a fake but I haven't seen anything like it before.
 
By: Paul
13 days ago
Post: 2730
Looks like a counterfeit 8 reales coin from Santiago (oS mint mark), Chile. Like Ash, I have not seen such a coin with big, circulate blobs on each side.
 
By: Joe
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13 days ago
Post: 2733

I was lost on that also. I have a lot of coins for you guys. Here are two more.

 
By: Joe
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13 days ago
Post: 2734

Here is the other one.

 
By: Joe
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13 days ago
Post: 2737

This one?

 
By: Joe
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13 days ago
Post: 2739

One more...lol. I figure if you love coins as I do you will appreciate these.

 
By: Joshua
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1. [coinquest.com]
2. [www.coinquest.co]
13 days ago
Post: 2742
ID for your British coins.

The link to the left is to a page about your coins.
 
By: Joshua
Web references:
1. [en.numista.com]
2. [en.numista.com]
3. [www.ebay.com]
13 days ago
Post: 2743
ID for your coins from Greenland.

If estimated correctly, I think they can be valued around $5-15 per coin for the both of them.

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