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Argentina, Silver Coin, 10 Centavos 1883 ( 1/10 de Patacon), AUN/UNC !

Argentina, Silver Coin, 10 Centavos 1883 ( 1/10 de Patacon), AUN/UNC !

1912 BRAZIL 2000 REIS- SILVER COIN

1912 BRAZIL 2000 REIS- SILVER COIN

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Indian coins

A lovely gold coin minted privately in California at the beginning of the gold rush!  It's valuable for sure.

A lovely gold coin minted privately in California at the beginning of the gold rush! It's valuable for sure.

Apollo 11 US Dollar pièce des années 1970 par greenlandturtle

Apollo 11 US Dollar pièce des années 1970 par greenlandturtle

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Constantine VI and Irene 780 790 gold coin <3

Constantine VI and Irene 780 790 gold coin <3

Karl Shreve And there were $4.00 bill, $7.00 bills. After 1860 or '61 the U.S. mint was established to regulate the printing of money. No longer could Banks, cities and states print thier own money. And private citizens couldn't strike thier own coins. ( However, If you have such a coin dated in the 18th or 19th century. The Smithsonian would LOVE to get they're hands on it. Some are so rare that there value is priceless. )

Karl Shreve And there were $4.00 bill, $7.00 bills. After 1860 or '61 the U.S. mint was established to regulate the printing of money. No longer could Banks, cities and states print thier own money. And private citizens couldn't strike thier own coins. ( However, If you have such a coin dated in the 18th or 19th century. The Smithsonian would LOVE to get they're hands on it. Some are so rare that there value is priceless. )

Greek gold coin

Greek gold coin

1936 Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar Absolutely Gemmy Scarce only 10,000 minted that's low in the world of coins Coins Make Cents

1936 Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar Absolutely Gemmy Scarce only 10,000 minted that's low in the world of coins Coins Make Cents

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