Saturday, October 31, 2015

Collection of 108 Coins + Free Album + Folder + Stickers

 Collection of 108 Coins + Free Album + Folder + Stickers
 Collection of 108 Coins + Free Album + Folder + Stickers
 Collection of 108 Coins + Free Album + Folder + Stickers
Collection of 108 Coins + Free Album + Folder + Stickers

Collection of - 6 - Bi-metal Coins, Bahrain, Portugal, France, Srilanka, Jamaica, Italy

Collection of - 6 - Bi-metal Coins, Bahrain, Portugal, France, Srilanka, Jamaica, Italy- Collection of - 6 - Bi-metal Coins, Bahrain, Portugal, France, Srilanka, Jamaica, Italy, 100 Fils, 100 Escudos, 10 Francs, 10 Rupees, 20 Dollar, 100 Lira! All in Extremely Fine Condition, Very Rare Costly Coins
Collection of - 6 - Bi-metal Coins, Bahrain, Portugal, France, Srilanka, Jamaica, Italy

Collection of - 6 - Bi-metal Coins, Bahrain, Portugal, France, Srilanka, Jamaica, Italy, 100 Fils, 100 Escudos, 10 Francs, 10 Rupees, 20 Dollar, 100 Lira

Collection of 6 Dual Metal Coins 100 Fils, 100 Escudos, 10 Francs, 10 Rupees, 20 Dollar, 100 Lira

Collection of six bi-metal coins, 100 Fils, 100 Escudos, 10 Francs, 10 Rupees, 20 Dollar, 100 Lira

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Collection of Half Rupee and 25 Paise - 1947 - 2002; British and Republic India

  1. ½ Rupee - George VI - 1946-1947 - Nickel – 5.8 g – ø 24 mm, KM# 553
     
  2. ½ Rupee - 1950-1956 - Nickel – 5.78 g – ø 24 mm, KM# 6
     
  3. 25 Naye Paise - 1957-1963 - Nickel – 2.42 g – ø 18.7 mm, KM# 47
     
  4. 25 Paise - 1964-1972 - Nickel – 2.55 g – ø 19 mm, KM# 48
     
  5. 25 Paise - 1972-1990 - Copper-nickel – 2.5 g – ø 19 mm, KM# 49
     
  6. 25 Paise (Rural Women's Advancement) - 1980 - Commemorative: Rural Women's Advancement Copper-nickel – 2.4 g – ø 19 mm, KM# 50
     
  7. 25 Paise (FAO) - 1981 Commemorative: FAO - World Food Day - Copper-nickel – 2.5 g – ø 19.2 mm, KM# 51
     
  8. 25 Paise (IX. Asian Games) - 1982 - Commemorative: IX Asian Games - Copper-nickel – 2.6 g – ø 19.2 mm, KM# 52
     
  9. 25 Paise (Forestry) - 1985 - Commemorative: Forestry for Development - Copper-nickel – 2.5 g – ø 19 mm, KM# 53
     
  10. 25 Paise - 1988-2002 - Stainless Steel – 2.83 g – ø 19 mm, KM# 54

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

108 Coins from 108 Countries! Placed inside Professional Album and Tagged!

 108 Capacity Album, Free Folders + Free Stickers
 Coins from Afghan, Angola, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Kenya

Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, Bhutan, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burundi, Canada, Malta

Cayman ?Islands, Ceylon, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, Colombia...
 East Carribean, Egypt, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Lesotho
 Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Vanuatu,
 Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jersey, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Yemen Arab Republic
 Korea, Kuwait, Latvia, Luxembourg, Macau, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, East Africa,
 Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Mozambique, Nepal, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, New Zealand, Uzbekistan
 Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Polynesia, Portugal, Qatar, USSR
 Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Uganda


 Spain, Srilanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda
Turkey, Ukraine, UAE, United Ki8ngdom, United States, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zaire, Zambia

Friday, October 9, 2015

East India Company 10 Cash - 1808 Coin - 10 Cash 1808 Copper – 4.66 g – ø 25.8 mm KM# 320

X - Cash 1808
X - Cash 1808

X - Cash 1808

X - Cash 1808

Collection of 5 Israel Coins + PVC Sleeves

Buyer will get 5 Used Coins, XF Grade



Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are clustered in Jerusalem’s Old City, including the Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock shrine, Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Its financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for crisp white architecture, beaches and wild nightlife.

The Israeli new shekel is the currency of the State of Israel. It is also used in the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The shekel consists of 100 agorot. Denominations made in this currency are marked with the shekel sign, ₪. The Israeli new shekel has been in use since 1 January 1986 when it replaced the old shekel that was in usage between 24 February 1980 and 31 December 1985, at a ratio of 1000:1. The authoritative spelling on Israeli coins and banknotes is new sheqel, pl. new sheqalim, though the spelling shekel is also commonly used.

Victoria Queen & Emprress - Collection of 20 Coins, Average Condition! 1862 - 1900

 India - British - Rupee (1862-1947) 3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee -
¼ Anna - Victoria ("VICTORIA QUEEN") 1862-1876 Copper – 6.44 g – ø 25.18 mm KM# 467
¼ Anna - Victoria ("VICTORIA EMPRESS") 1877-1901 Copper – 6.4 g – ø 25 mm KM# 486
Find Different Dates, You will get Same coins + Free PVC Sleeves

Thursday, October 8, 2015

East India Company - 1808 - X Cash (10 Cash Copper Coin): Copper – 4.66 g – ø 25.8 mm KM# 320


Obverse

Coat of arms of the East India Company: 2 lions, St George's cross on the crest and flags, motto on the ribbon "Auspicio Regis et Senatus Anglia", date below
Lettering:
EAST INDIA COMPANY
AUSP : REGIS & SENAT : ANGLIA
1808

Translation: By the authority of the King and Parliament of England

Reverse

The value in Persian: Dah kas do falus ast & English divided by a double line
Lettering:
ده کس دو فلوس است
X. CASH.

Translation: Ten cash make two falus

Edge

Plain

Comments

- Weight varies 4.4 - 4.66 gm
- Diamter varies 25.6-25.8 mm
- Many found in the wreckage of the Admiral Gardener.
- Parallel to the rupee, the Madras Presidency also used the fanam.
80 cash = 1 fanam
12 fanam = 1 rupee
42 fanam = 1 gold Pagoda = 3.5 rupees

Obverse

Coat of arms of the East India Company: 2 lions, St George's cross on the crest and flags, motto on the ribbon "Auspicio Regis et Senatus Anglia", date below
Lettering:
EAST INDIA COMPANY
AUSP : REGIS & SENAT : ANGLIA
1808

Translation: By the authority of the King and Parliament of England

Reverse

The value in Persian: Dah kas do falus ast & English divided by a double line
Lettering:
ده کس دو فلوس است
X. CASH.

Translation: Ten cash make two falus

Edge

Plain

Comments

- Weight varies 4.4 - 4.66 gm
- Diamter varies 25.6-25.8 mm
- Many found in the wreckage of the Admiral Gardener.
- Parallel to the rupee, the Madras Presidency also used the fanam.
80 cash = 1 fanam
12 fanam = 1 rupee
42 fanam = 1 gold Pagoda = 3.5 rupees

Obverse

Coat of arms of the East India Company: 2 lions, St George's cross on the crest and flags, motto on the ribbon "Auspicio Regis et Senatus Anglia", date below
Lettering:
EAST INDIA COMPANY
AUSP : REGIS & SENAT : ANGLIA
1808

Translation: By the authority of the King and Parliament of England

Reverse

The value in Persian: Dah kas do falus ast & English divided by a double line
Lettering:
ده کس دو فلوس است
X. CASH.

Translation: Ten cash make two falus

Edge

Plain

Comments

- Weight varies 4.4 - 4.66 gm
- Diamter varies 25.6-25.8 mm
- Many found in the wreckage of the Admiral Gardener.
- Parallel to the rupee, the Madras Presidency also used the fanam.
80 cash = 1 fanam
12 fanam = 1 rupee
42 fanam = 1 gold Pagoda = 3.5 rupees

Obverse

Coat of arms of the East India Company: 2 lions, St George's cross on the crest and flags, motto on the ribbon "Auspicio Regis et Senatus Anglia", date below
Lettering:
EAST INDIA COMPANY
AUSP : REGIS & SENAT : ANGLIA
1808

Translation: By the authority of the King and Parliament of England

Reverse

The value in Persian: Dah kas do falus ast & English divided by a double line
Lettering:
ده کس دو فلوس است
X. CASH.

Translation: Ten cash make two falus

Edge

Plain

Comments

- Weight varies 4.4 - 4.66 gm
- Diamter varies 25.6-25.8 mm
- Many found in the wreckage of the Admiral Gardener.
- Parallel to the rupee, the Madras Presidency also used the fanam.
80 cash = 1 fanam
12 fanam = 1 rupee
42 fanam = 1 gold Pagoda = 3.5 rupees

British India Victoria Queen and Empress - Lot of 50 Coins, XF Grade

 India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1862-1876
Copper – 2.10 g – ø 17.4 mm
KM# 465

India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1877-1901
Copper – 2.1 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 483


Obverse

Crowned bust left
Lettering: VICTORIA Q U E E N
Engraver: William Wyon

Reverse

Value and date within beaded circle and wreath
Lettering:
1/12
ANNA
INDIA
1862

Edge

Plain

Comments

- To identify the mint - measure the coin.
Calcutta mint - 17.4-17.5 mm
Madras mint - 17.6-17.7 mm
Bombay mint - 17.9-18 mm

 India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1862-1876
Copper – 2.10 g – ø 17.4 mm
KM# 465

India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1877-1901
Copper – 2.1 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 483
 India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1862-1876
Copper – 2.10 g – ø 17.4 mm
KM# 465

India - British - Rupee (1862-1947)

3 pies = 1 pice • 4 pices = 1 anna • 16 annas = 1 rupee

1/12 Anna - Victoria
1877-1901
Copper – 2.1 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 483

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