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.
This is a 1862 German States Herzogthum Nassau 1 Kreuzer coin, please see it in the pictures below. The German States did not unite until 1871 and prior to and even after unification they each made their own coinage. This Kreuzer is from Herzogthem (Duchy of) Nassau. This coin is made from copper. At the bottom of the front you’ll notice the word Scheidemünze which coins were called in Germany (during the time period when this was made) that were made out of medal that was worth less than face value (at the time). The image in the center appears to be a coat of arms. The reverse has the denomination of 1 Kreuzer surrounded by a wreath. There were 609,990 of these made in 1862.
This 1862 German States Herzogthum Nassau 1 Kreuzer Coin appears to be in Almost Uncirculated condition and very collectible with some numismatic value.
Koin kuno 1 satu Kreuzer dari negara Jerman Serikat dari Nassau tarbuat di bahan tembaga.
Here we are going to talk about a 1915 D Barber Quarter which can be observed in the pictures at the bottom. This coin has a metal composition of 90% silver and 10 percent copper. It features Lady Liberty (as per designer Charles E Barber) facing to the right side with “In God We Trust” above her, stars to her sides and the year (1915 in this case) at the bottom. In the second picture below you’ll notice the D (for Denver) mint mark below the eagle’s tail feathers. There were 3.694 million of these made in Denver in 1915.
This 1915 D Barber Quarter appears to grade very good.
Uang logam koin perak kuno 25 dua puluh Cents dari negara Amerika Serikat tahun 1915 tarbuat di bahan sembilan puluh persen perak dan sepuluh persen tembaga.
The Australia Sixpence coin was a coin that was made between the year of 1910 and 1963. There were a few years during that time frame where it was not struck. Once Australia decided to decimalise its currency the sixpence became obsolete. Initially and up until the year 1945 they were sterling silver (.925 fine) and then from 1946 until their end they were 50% silver. So below you’ll see our Australia Sixpence 1942 which is sterling silver and the other 7.5% is copper. This coin has a weight of 2.83 grams. There is a D mint mark on the back of it signifying that it was made in Denver, Colorado USA where 12 million were struck that year. Our Australia Sixpence 1942 has some beautiful mint luster to it still.
Koin perak kuno enam Pence dari negara Australia tahun 1942.
This posting is about a 1965 Silver Italian 500 Lire Coin. The front of it has image of Christopher Columbus’ ships sailing to the new world. Columbus is believed by most people to have been from Genoa Italy. This 1965 Silver Italian 500 Lire coin also has on its front side Repubblica Italiana (Republic of Italy) and the denomination at the bottom. The R mint mark for Rome is below. There were 3.12 million of these made that year and this coin is .8350 fine or in other words 83.5 % silver in composition. The rim of this coin has symbols and the year. Now to the reverse which an image of a woman wearing very old garb (perhaps from the Renaissance era) facing to the left. Surrounding the woman are symbols of each region in Italy.
Below are images of our 1965 Silver Italian 500 Lire Coin and whose grade appears to be a higher very fine.
Uang logam koin kuno perak 500 lima ratus Lire dari negara Italia tahun 1965 tarbuat di bahan delapan pulah lima persen perak.
This posting will discuss a vintage gold tone belt with black cabochon stones. The gold tone omega snake chain (see the picture) is in great shape and may need a little polishing/cleaning at the most if one prefers to do so. The belt does stretch and it would be suitable for a waist between 64 to 76 cm (25 to 30 inches). The black stones in it are faux onyx made out of black cabochon stones. It is a great vintage costume fashion accessory to wear on a night out.
Sabuk vintage antik warna emas.
Harga silankan kontak terima kasih.
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Here we will have a look at a Vintage 1980s Flowers Brooch. It is made out of silver tone metal and has a wonderful motif. Notice how it has those beautiful orange crystal blossoms that highlight his piece so nicely.
On the back side is written MIZPAH and has a stamp of 2 hearts with an arrow going through it. Please contact us for a picture. The term MIZPAH originates from Scotland and means inseparable, a good sign relating to romantic relationships. This one here is from the 1980s but MIZPAH pieces started being made during the Victorian era.
This vintage 1980s flowers brooch measures 4.7625 cm across.
Bros bunga warna perak.
Harga silankan kontak terima kasih.
In this post here we have a 1929 Dutch 1 Cent Coin. Please check it out in the pictures below. On the front is written: Koningrijk Der Nederlanden which in English is Kingdom of the Netherlands. At the bottom is the date and in the middle is a version of the Dutch coat of arms which has a lion wearing a crown and holding a sword in one paw and arrows in the other. On the back is the denomination surrounded by a wreath. This 1929 Dutch 1 Cent Coin is made out of bronze and had a mintage of 20 million in that year.
This coin we have here looks like an extra fine grade.
Koin kuno satu Cent dari negara Belanda tahun 1929 tarbuat dari bahan perunggu.
Kondisi EF Extra Fine