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𝕯𝖗. π•¬π–†π–™π–’π–†π–“π–Žπ–—π–‡π–π–†π–— 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 14h
Once upon a time they used to explain the meaning of each paisa coin just after decimalization of Indian Rupee in 1957. Earlier β‚Ή1 used to be 16 Annas or 64 paise or 192 pie. From 1957 onwards, it's β‚Ή1=100p.
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𝕯𝖗. π•¬π–†π–™π–’π–†π–“π–Žπ–—π–‡π–π–†π–— 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 19h
The Holey coins 😝 From Left to Right: 1) 1 Pice (ΰ€ͺΰ₯ˆΰ€Έΰ€Ύ) = ΒΌ Anna β‰ˆ β‚Ή ΒΉ/64 (British India) 2) Β₯5 (Japan) 3) 5c (Philippines peso)
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Shariq Khan 42m
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𝕯𝖗. π•¬π–†π–™π–’π–†π–“π–Žπ–—π–‡π–π–†π–— 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 19h
Because today it's , this is a 2 pies (1/96 Rupee) coin from the Princely state which was briefly a seperate state after 1947, only to be annexed into India by Sardar Patel.
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PMG 22h
Note of the Day: takes us to British North Borneo, which today is part of Malaysia. This 1895 25 Cents recalls the era of the British protectorate, which lasted until World War II. …
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𝕯𝖗. π•¬π–†π–™π–’π–†π–“π–Žπ–—π–‡π–π–†π–— 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 13h
A thread covering the evolution of British monarchs on the heads side of British coins (covering both UK proper and British India) 1) Queen Victoria (1837-1901): East India Company era as well as British crown. (ΒΌ Anna = 1 pice (ΰ€ͺΰ₯ˆΰ€Έΰ€Ύ) = β‚Ή ΒΉ/64)
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𝕯𝖗. π•¬π–†π–™π–’π–†π–“π–Žπ–—π–‡π–π–†π–— 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 Sep 16
US, Germany and Indonesia. Notice the similarity in their national emblems.
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Antiqvvs Sep 16
The most expensive coin ever sold, in 2018, this medallion of the Roman emperor Maxentius (r. 306–312). Β© Numismatica Are Classica.
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Old Pueblo Coin 15h
In 1885, the New Orleans mint produced millions of silver dollars and nothing else. This stunning 1885-O Morgan Dollar is graded MS66 by PCGS, in an old green holder.
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Gareth Bell Coins Numismatic Dealer Sep 15
Oh just photographed this one also....Victoria 1853 Farthing w.w incuse - a rare farthing in this grade - hints of lustre in the fields - wonderful!
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PMG Sep 15
Note of the Day: brings us to Leon, Spain, home to the San Isidoro Basilica. It's shown on the back of this Spain 1965 (ND 1971) 1,000 Pesetas. …
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NGC Sep 16
Coin of the Day: On this day in 1810, Father Miguel Hidalgo started Mexico’s fight for independence from Spain. He is featured on this 1947 Gold 2.5 Pesos.
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Liv (pronounced "Leev") Mariah Yarrow Sep 16
Checking β€˜illustrated to scale’ for accuracy when I couldn’t find a metric rule in the house...
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