Here in this posting we will discuss a 1893 British 6 Pence silver coin. On the front or obverse side we’ll observe there is an image of Queen Victoria of Great Britain. She became Queen starting in the year 1837 and was so until passing away in 1901. She also held the title of Empress on India starting in 1876 which she also held as well until 1901. The reverse side of this coin has a crowned wreath going around the denomination with the date below. It is made of sterling silver and there were just a little more than 7 million of them struck like this in 1893.
Our 1893 Britain 6 Pence appears to grade good.
Koin perak kuno 6 nam Pence dari negara Ingress tahun 1893.
In this post we have a 1958 Switzerland 1 Franc Silver Coin seen in the pictures at the bottom. On the front we find an image of the female figured representation of Switzerland known as Helvetia. On the reverse we see the 1 Franc denomination as well as the year the coin was struck. There is a wide wreath that goes around the year and denomination just under the rim of the coin. Now this one Franc coin is made from 83.49 percent silver and there were 3.58 million of them made in 1958.
Our 1958 Swiss 1 Franc Silver Coin has seen little in the way of circulation.
Koin perak kuno 1 satu Franc dari negara Swiss tahun 1958.
The topic of this post will be a nice 90% silver 1927 Mercury Dime US 10 cents coin which you’ll find in the pictures below. On the front side is Lady Liberty wearing a winged cap (which is also a symbol of freedom) . On the back is a depiction of a fasces as well as an olive branch which supposedly are symbols of unity, justice and peace. As one may have guessed this coin’s design has influence stemming from the ancient Romans.
This 1927 Mercury Dime was made in the Philadelphia mint (which produced 28,080,000 of these that year). Its grade appears to be in almost uncirculated.
Koin perak kuno sepuluh 10 Cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1927.
This post is about a 1988 S Quarter Proof Ultra Cameo. It was struck in the San Francisco mint. At has 1st US President George Washington on the front who liked to eat pancakes with butter plus honey for breakfast. It is also of note that he had a very basic education and never went to college. After the American Revolutionary War Washington had considerable power perhaps enough to make himself an emperor but believed strongly in and embraced the ideals of a republic. The back of this coin has the American eagle with talon around a group of arrows with an olive branch (formerly used on the US Quarter for decades).
See our 1988 S Quarter Proof Ultra Cameo coin below.
Koin kuno dua puluh lima Cents dari negara Amerika tahun 1988.
This post will be about a US 1916 Barber Dime 10 cents struck in the Philadelphia Mint (no mark mark). On the front of this ninety percent silver coin is an picture of Lady Liberty with the date below and the back has the “ONE DIME” denomination surrounded by a wreath. These coins were made from 1892 until 1916 so this example is the last year they were produced (as well as the first year the Mercury Dime was struck). There were 18,490,000 of these coins made this year 1916 in the Philadelphia mint.
Take a look at our 1916 Philadelphia Barber Dime in the pictures below, its grade looks very good.
Koin perak kuno sepuluh Cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun year 1916.
This post will be about a 1915 Cuba 20 Centavos silver coin (see it in the pictures below). On its front is a coat of arms with a wreath around it below which is the denomination of the coin : Viente Centavos. The name of it’s country is on the front side below the top rim. Now on the back in the center there appears to be an image of a star beaming light. Around the rim is written 5g (referring to the weight in grams) and the year 1915. This coin is 90% silver.
Our 1915 Cuba 20 Centavos silver coin has considerable wear and looks like a good grade.
Koin perak kuno dua puluh Centavos dari negara Kuba tahun 1915.
In this post the discussion will about a 1950 Monaco 100 Francs coin (see it below). On its obverse we find the year and an image of Rainier III Prince of Monaco whose rule lasted for more than five decade. A couple notable things about Rainier III, one is that he helped diversify his country away from just the gambling industry. He was also married to a famous American actress: Grace Kelly who inspired the Hermes Kelly bag. The reverse of this coin has a medieval knight riding a horse and holding a sword and has the denomination of 100 Francs. It also says: Deo Juvante which is Latin for with God’s help.
Our 1950 Monaco 100 Francs coin looks Almost Uncirculated.
Koin Kuno seratus Francs dari negara Monako 1950.
Here we have a cute belt from designer Mimi Di N (Princess Mimi Di Niscemi). Please see it in the picture underneath. This wonderful belt appears to have been designed with sea shells in mind (note the buckle). It is a vintage piece from the 1970s. There is not much in way of wear here and overall its condition is very good. This belt has been signed by the designer and whose signature is on the buckle.
This piece has a stretch chain and can accommodate those with approximately a 66 cm to 75 cm waist (26 to 29.5 inches) though it could also be used as a necklace if wrapped around properly. It looks particularly sharp with a stylish black dress.
Sabuk vintage antik dari designer Mimi di N.
Price Harga $175 USD
Here we are featuring an old vintage Roman style coin necklace. I’m not sure if the coins are real or not though it would be highly likely that they are charms (and not real Roman coins). This is a Victorian Revival piece that is several decades old. It has distinguishing features like the book chain links and the 11 Roman coin charms. Actually the links appear to be brass that have some blackening on their reverse side that comes with age and use. Overall it is in very good shape and a quality piece. One can be proud to own and wear this necklace.
The length measurement is roughly 50 cm or 20 inch. The coin charms vary in their size the biggest being 2.5 cm or 1 inch round.
Kalung koin tua
Price Harga 349.99 USD
In this entry we will look at a 1912 German States Saxony Albertine 3 Drei Marks coin. It is composed of 90 percent silver. This coin has a picture (on its front) of Friedrich August III who was the last monarch of Saxony who relinquished his throne on his own when Germany lost World War I. The reverse side has the crowned German imperial eagle symbol used at that time. This coin was made in the Muldenhuttne mint (E mint mark) There were approximately 378 thousand of these struck in 1912.
Please see the pictures of our 1912 German States Saxony Albertine 3 Drei Marks coin in the pictures below.
Koin Perak Kuno 3 tiga Marks dari negara Jerman tahun 1912.