Today I bought ... ( Numismatics Only )

Discussion in 'Numismatics' started by THUCYDIDES79, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. kaijiehimself

    kaijiehimself New Member

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    I just want to say that i regretted so much to refesh this page and found myself starring at that 5oz of yours for at least couple of minutes non stop :(
     
  2. silverreef

    silverreef Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Randomly bought this. Any numi value at all? All I know about this coin is its from Austria.
     
  3. Kam

    Kam Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Very low numi value, this is one of the most minted coin ever
     
  4. libertymate

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    This beauty arrived with a set of 5 ZAR shillings from Portugal.

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    Already on eBay awaiting an offer...
     
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    any Bysintine gold coins in here. I have a few and need to know their worth.
     
  6. serial

    serial Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    ms63 graded coin
     
  7. phrenzy

    phrenzy In Memoriam - July 2017 Silver Stacker

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    I know a tiny little bit about them, not enough to be very helpful but enough maybe to point you in the right direction with regards to where to look next. What have you got?
     
  8. Miksture

    Miksture Active Member Silver Stacker

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    The Austrian mint still mints these Thalers today. You can buy them for around 20 euro brand new. Very nice coins anyway.
    https://www.muenzeoesterreich.at/eng/produkte/maria-theresa-taler
     
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    Miksture Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Today I bought:

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    This is a proof crown but has been circulated.
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  10. jcanuck

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    Cheating a bit as I bought this one a few months ago, but finally took the picture today. It's an 1830 half-penny from Ireland/Canada. I thought it was amusing that they were apparently copper stackers back then...
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    If you can't read the text, it says "Pure copper preferable to paper"
     
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  12. SwissSilverstar

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    Today I bought....

    Some old Gold Coins:

    1x 10 Swissfrancs 1914, Au 900/1000
    1x 20 Swissfrancs 1935, Au 900/1000
    1x 10 Kronen Austro-Hungary, Au 900/1000

    Gold Bullion:

    1x 5 gram Goldbar 999


    Old Silvercoin:

    1x 2 Reichsmark Germany, 1937, Ag 900/1000



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  13. HugeMetalFan

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    6 each of the $5 commemorative parliament house and ANZAC Coin and one $5 Bradman coin
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    And 19 round 50's my first ever! And one very cheeky 1986 NZ round 50
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  14. HugeMetalFan

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    Two days in a row!


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    don't tell the missus
     
  15. JNS

    JNS Active Member Silver Stacker

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    I pick during my trip to Guatemala at Pradera, 5 Centavos 1945 Silver KM#238 and 1/4 Quetzal 1928 Silver KM#243

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  16. S. Ohno

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    A spectre is haunting silver the spectre of $14/oz

    Another Guatemalan coin. It cost something like $300/oz! It is very small.
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  17. serial

    serial Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    nice S.ohno
    try this for $1000 and oz
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  18. The governor

    The governor Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Is that a piece of moon rock in that coin cool if it is
     
  19. serial

    serial Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    yup
    got it in a bulk lot deceased estate
     
  20. phrenzy

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    These two are shipwreck (don't know which shipwreck) Spanish 8 reales. One was minted in Mexico but they don't have identifiable dates, between 1520 and 1720 though and likely the late 1500's or early 1600's. Both have been clipped a little.

    They're not in the nicest shape, but they were pretty cheap for really big 450 year old pieces of shipwreck pirate treasure. I'm really growing fond of these cob coins, I also have a really nice example of both a 4 and 2 reales and one day I hope to own a cob 8 escudo gold coin.

    I love these old coins that are really just silver ingots of a particular weight, nothing says silver is money like an amorphous lump of the white stuff that was accepted from Cuba to China and points in between.

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