In this post we’ll have a look at a 1917 Norway 10 Ore Coin which can be seen in the pictures below. On the front side of its appears an image of monogram with a royal crown on top. Also there is lettering that appears to say Alt for Norge whose meaning is all for Norway. This 10 ore coin is 0.40 fine or in orders 40% silver and has a weight of 1.45 grams. There were 5.95 million of these made in 1917. The king in Norway at the time this coin was made was Haakon VII who was actually an elected monarch. He is thought highly of particularly because of his resistance to the German invasion of his country during WWII. The reverse side of this coin has the country’s name, denomination and the year in which it was struck.
This 1917 Norway 10 Ore Coin has seen circulation and its grade is perhaps fine.
Koin perak kuno 10 sepuluh Ore dari negara Norwegia tahun 1917.
The post here will discuss a 1951 Switzerland 5 Franken Banknote. On its obverse is written at the top: Schweizerische Nationalbank (Swiss National Bank). Below that is this old paper money’s denomination in 3 languages: Funf Franken (German), Cinq Francs (French) and Cinque Franchi (Italian). There is a picture to the left hand side of William Tell, a folk hero of Switzerland from the 1300s. The reverse side of this note has the denomination surrounded by Schweizerische Nationalbank and Banque Nationale Suisse Banca Nazionale Svizzera which Swiss National Bank in 3 languages (German, French and Italian).
Our 1951 Switzerland 5 Franken Banknote has some serious folds and has seen a lot of circulation. The grade is perhaps very good.
Uang kertas kuno lima Franken dari negara Swiss tahun 1951.
So this entry will be about a 1931 Panama 1/10 Balboa silver coin which has a weight of 2.5 grams. It is made out of 90% silver (0.90 fine) and there were only 200,000 of these struck in the year 1931. The front of it has a portrait of Vasco Núñez de Balboa who was an influential Spanish Conquistador and politician in the (early 1500s). He established a settlement which would eventually become known as Panama today . The currency used in Panama is the Balboa and has been since that country was established in 1903 (after splitting from Colombia).
The grade of this 1931 Panama 1/10 Balboa silver Coin appears to be either a fine or perhaps low very fine grade.
Koin perak kuno 1/10 Balboa dari negara Panama.
This posting will be on the subject of a 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin which can be viewed in the photos below. On the front of it is written Osterreich (Austria) below which is a cross and at the bottom the date. On the other side (reverse) there is the denomination of 200. There were 57.16 million of these struck in the year 1924 which was the only year the 200 Kronen was made as far as I can tell. This coin is made from Bronze and has a weight of 3.33 grams and was made at the end of hyper-inflationary period which ended with the introduction of the Schilling.
The grade of our 1924 Austria 200 Kronen Coin here appears to be very fine.
Koin kuno 200 dua ratus Kronen dari negara Austria tahun 1924 tarbuat di bahan perunggu.
Here we are going to talk about a 1943 Newfoundland 5 cents silver coin which is viewable in the pictures below. On the front of it we see an image of King George V, so Newfoundland was part of the British Empire and is part of Canada (who is part of the Commonwealth of Nations). This coin is made of sterling silver (.925 fineness) and is quite small weighing 1.178 grams. There were more than 351 thousand of these made in 1943. Now if you look at the second picture below you’ll see the name of the coin’s country and the denomination of 5 cents. Also at the bottom is the C mint mark which indicates that this coin was made in Ottawa.
This 1943 Newfoundland 5 cents Silver Coin that we have here appears to be extra fine.
Uang logam koin perak kuno 5 lima Cents dari negara Newfoundland tahun 1943 depan bergambar foto raja George V.
In this post we’ll talk about a 1943 Dutch East Indies (a former colony of the Netherlands which is now Indonesia) 50 Cents banknote. At the top of the font side we see written Nederlandsch-Indie Muntbiljet (Netherlands Indies money bill). The denomination is 50 cents which is designated as Lima Poeloeh Sen (old Bahasa Indonesia) and in Dutch as Een Halve Gulden. On the left is a picture of the coat of arms and to the right and portrait of Queen Wilhelmina.
Please look at the back side of this 1943 Dutch East Indies 50 Cents Banknote below in the 2nd picture in this post. The denomination of 50 cent also appears on the reverse.
Uang kertas 50 lima puluh sen dari negara Belanda Indies tahun 1943 depan bergambar foto ratu Wilhelmina.
This entry will be on a 1960 Canadian 50 Cents Half Dollar coin which as displayed below. On the front side there is a picture of Queen Elizabeth II (who is also the Head of the Commonwealth of Nations). The front of the Canada 50 Cents looked like this until 1965 when the portrait of Elizabeth II was updated. There were more than 3.488 million of these produced in 1960. This coin is made of 80 percent silver with .3 ounce of the precious metal in it. On the reverse side appears the year and demination as well as a crown of top of a coat of arms.
Our 1960 Canadian 50 Cents half dollar coin appears to be extra fine in its grade.
Uang logam koin perak kuno 50 lima puluh Cents dari negara Kanada tahun 1960.
In this post we’ll have a discussion about a 1908 Indian Head Penny US Coin which is in the two pictures at the bottom. On its front (obverse) there is an image of Lady Liberty wearing a traditional Native American headdress. There were a total of 32,327,987 of these made in the year 1908. This was the second to the last year these were produced (the Lincoln cent and Indian Head penny were both produced in 1908. This coin is made from 95% copper.
The 1908 Indian Head Penny US Coin here has an attractive appearance to it and its grade appears to be very good.
Uang logam koin kuno 1 satu cent dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1908 tarbuat di bahan sembilan puluh lima persen tembaga.
Here we are going to examine a 1952 Netherlands Antilles Guilder Coin which can be seen in the 2 pictures below. On its front or obverse side is an image of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands who was queen in the years 1948 through 1980. This coin is made of 72% silver and has a weight of 10 grams. Now while glancing at the back one will notice that there is a picture of the coat of arms of the Netherlands with a royal crown on top of it. The name of this coin’s country, denomination as well as year is found on the reverse side.
Our 1952 Netherlands Antilles Guilder Coin here appears to be a choice very fine grade in our opinion.
Uang logan koin perak kuno satu 1 Guilder Gulden dari negara Antillen Belanda tahun 1952.
Here we’ll have a look at a 1853 British Half Penny coin. Please check it out in the pictures at the bottom of this post. On the front of it we see an image of Queen Alexandrina Victoria of the United Kingdom and Empress of India facing to the left. Her reign started when she was 18 years old and lasted until her death in 1901. This coin is made from the metal copper. The reverse side of this 1853 British Half Penny which is viewable in the 2nd picture has Britannia sitting down holding a trident and shield. There are symbols at the bottom one appearing to be a flower.
Uang logam koin kuno dari negara Ingriss tahun 1853 tarbuat di bahan tembaga.