My specialty is world coins from the 18th to 20th centuries, primarily non-US foreign coins and related areas such as errors and exonumia (tokens, medals, etc.). I can answer questions relating to identification, grading, selling, preservation and evaluation of such items. In addition to catalog value, I can give you the practical market value and trends for specific types of coins. I will also take questions regarding counterfeits (both modern and antique) and on how to identify them. I am NOT knowledgeable in paper money/banknotes, ancient or "shipwreck" coins. Thank you.
Collector of world coins since early childhood. Access to a variety of auction records and reference material. You can also find me on Facebook.
A.S. in Psychology (2006), B.A. in Forensic Psychology (2008), M.A. in Forensic Psychology (2011).
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Hi Julia, This coin is not rare, but also not common in high grades like the one in your link. The coin is interesting. Actually, what the site says are "scratches" are actually just planchet flaws -
Hi Bruce, Papal commemorative medals can be pretty frustrating to research, even for professional numismatists. The reason being that the vast majority, including yours, were made by private banks and
Hi, The overdate on both the 1/2 penny and penny coins of this year is rather subtle, with traces of an 8 beneath the 6. What you describe on this coin doesn't sound like that. Also, due to the condition
Hi, The set you have is from Taiwan. I would assume it is in the original hard plastic case. This set is worth in the $50-$60 range. As for the one pictured, that appears to be a charm rather than a
Hi, Yes this looks like a fantasy piece. The design on the first side with the columns looks similar to a ramatanka, or Hindu temple token. The other side is similar to an early Hebrew shekel coin. Pu
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