Here we’ll talk about a 1901 Canada 1 Cent Coin. It is composed of bronze and there were 1.1 million made that year. The front has an image of Queen Victoria of the British Empire who married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha whom she proposed to. She had to propose to him because of her position of power.
The reverse side is show below and has the denomination of this coin surrounded by an ornate chain of leaves.
1901 Canada 1 Cent Coin has seen a lot circulation and its grade appears to be very good but please form your own opinion on grade.
Koin kuno 1 satu cent dari negara Kanada tahun 1901 bergambar di depan Ratu Victoria. Uang logam ini Terbuat dari bahan metal aluminium dan perunggu.
This post is about a 1930 Dutch Netherlands Guilder Gulden Coin. On the front we see Queen Wilhelmina who was Queen of the Netherlands for nearly 48 years. During WWII she was in exile in the United Kingdom as the Germans occupied the Netherlands. She was featured on Radio Oranje and was an important voice to the Dutch people during the War who did not like being occupied by Germany.
This 1930 Dutch Netherlands Guilder Gulden Coin has on its reverse crowned arms and the denomination of 1 Gulden.
Koin kuno perak 1 satu Gulden dari negara Belanda tahun 1930.
The year this coin was made was also the year of the first season of the Indonesian Perserikatan football.
Here we will have a look at a 1961 Dominican Republic 10 Centavos Coin. It is 1/10 of the currency unit of the Dominican Peso Oro. This coin is made out of 90 percent silver and has a weight of 2.5 grams as noted on its obverse in Spanish 2 1/2 Gramos. The front has an image of a native princess facing to the left with the date below,
The back of this has a the Dominican Republic coat of arms and the name of the coin’s country. There were 2 million 1961 Dominican Republic 10 Centavos Coins struck. The diameter is 17.9 millimeters.
Koin perak kuno sepuluh 10 Centavos dari negara Republik Dominika.
Hard times tokens are a collectible I have recently become interested in. Here we have an example of a 1837 Hard Times Token on its front it has a phoenix rising out of fire about which says substitute for shin plasters.
On the phoenix appears the date of NOVR 1837. So this was issued during the panic of 1837 and used as small money because government issued coinage was so scarce. The causes for this I’m aware of stem from a hot bank lending market for western lands and President Andrew Jackson’s administrations attempt to cool it by requiring real estate transactions to be settled in only gold and silver. I guess you might say it culminated on May 10, 1837 when banks in NYC made a decision not to honor commercial paper in full for specie (which was gold and silver). This time period started from in the mid to late 1830s and extended into the early 1840s. It was a difficult period economically in American history and is known as the hard times.
Now have a look at the reverse side:
It has the date of May Tenth 1837 which was the day that NY banks would longer allow commercial paper to be redeemed for gold and silver.
Here we’ll have a look at a 1917 Washington 7 Cents US Stamp #507. It features first US President who warned at the end of his second term about the dangers of partisan politics. The centering is not perfect for sure, after examination it appears to be fine. The production of this stamp began in March of 1917. This stamp is used and has a light cancellation mark.
Perangko kuno 7 tujuh cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1917 di depan bergambar foto waja US Presiden George Washington.
Here we will have a look at a 1943 New Zealand 1 Florin featuring King George VI who was the last King and Emperor of the British Empire. This coin is composed of 50% silver, contains .1818 ounce of the precious metal and was designed by Thomas Humphrey Paget.
Now let us look at the reverse side of this 1943 New Zealand 1 Florin which displays a bird indigenous to NZ and is known as the Kiwi. Also the country and denomination appear here. This design was done by George Kruger-Gray.
This coin has seen very little in the way of circulation.
Koin perak kuno 1 satu Florin dari negara Selandia Baru di depan bergambar foto waja Raja George VI.
Here we’ll look at a 1927 10 Cents James Monroe #642 US stamp block. It is in mint hinged condition and features the 5 th President of the United States: James Monroe who was also a Founding Father. He served under George Washington during the American Revolutionary War. His presidency is known for the creation of the Monroe Doctrine which was issued to prevent European Imperialism to regaining a hold on the Americas. This stamp block is an affordable choice to add to a collection.
Prangko Kuno 1 Blok Empat Keping 10 sepuluh Cents Dari Negara Amerika Serikat Tahun 1927 di depan Bergambar wajah Presiden Amerika Serikat Bapak James Monroe.
This post is about a 1827 Capped Bust Half Dollar Square Base. The capped bust half dollar is a beautiful old US coin is not out of reach price wise for a good number of coin collectors. This 89 percent silver coin has on its obverse displaying Lady Liberty facing left and was designed by a German immigrant by the name of John Reich. Reich was given the job of updating Robert Scot’s Draped Bust designs resulting the Capped Bust design.
The reverse side of this 1827 Capped Bust Half Dollar has the United States of America in large letters and the latin motto E Pluribus Unum (one out of many). Also there is an American eagle with union shield in its center holding an olive branch and arrows in it’s talons.
Koin perak kuno lima puluh Cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1827.
Here in this posting we will have discuss the topic of a 1917 Franklin 12 Cents US Stamp. See it in the picture below.
The subject here is used and this stamp’s centering is decent perhaps fine-very fine. Benjamin Franklin has been featured many many times on stamps when looking back at US postal history. He should be as he was Post Master General with the Continental Congress as well as for the previous British Government. Franklin contributed greatly to progressing the Post Office in the United States including the accounting aspects as well as significantly adding to routes and service.
Perangko kuno 12 dua belas Cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1917 di depan bergambar Ben Franklin,
In this post we have a 1941 Netherlands Indies 1/4 Quarter Gulden. The Netherlands Indies was a Dutch colony and today is Indonesia. On the front side of this coin we see a P designating the mint which was Philadelphia. This was because while WWII was going and the Netherlands became occupied by Germany the US stepped into produce coins for the Netherlands Indies.
This 1941 Netherlands Indie 1/4 Quarter Gulden is made of 72 percent silver and has seen very little in the way of circulation. My opinion of the grade is almost uncirculated.
See the reverse below with sun inspired design:
Koin perak kuno perempat Gulden dari negara Hindia Belanda tahun 1941.