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Dr Jo Ball 2h
A coin of Cleopatra Selene, the only daughter of Mark Antony & Cleopatra, & wife to King Juba II of Mauretania. The reverse shows a crocodile - her coins always used typically Egyptian symbols - alongside "Basilissa [queen] Cleopatra" in Greek (BACIΛICCA KΛEOΠATRA)
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Bank of England Museum Feb 20
For anyone who is coming to the today to exchange paper £20 for , why not swing past the museum and check out the Banknote Gallery? It explores the history of banknotes and even goes into some fab new detail about the design of the note
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GBell Auctions 2h
It's a stormy day in New Brunswick, here's a coin from last year's Spring Sale to take you mind off the weather.
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Coin Chaser 6h
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York Romans Project Feb 26
This denarius depicts the Genius Populi Romani (deified spirit of the Roman people) on its obverse. On its reverse is a sceptre with a wreath, a globe, and a rudder, all symbolising Roman power and influence. Issued 76-75 BC.
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NumisCorner.com 6h
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Affordable Coin Shop 1h
: RT : NGC Offering Special ANA Designation and Label for 2020 Proof Set Coins Submitted at the National Money Show
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NGC 8h
NGC-certified coins and PMG-certified notes highlight an upcoming Polish auction. One interesting coin is this Poland 1637 II Ducat graded NGC MS 62. Well-preserved examples like this one are very rare. Learn why: ...
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American Numismatic 17h
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Numismagram 3h
A great piece of here—this 1903 Barber half dollar features a "repoussé" pop-out of the facing head of Theodore Roosevelt. Awesome detail! 😳🤯🤩
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Turkish Museums Feb 26
The Sultan Nureddin Muhammed’s coin is impressive with its angel depiction. Could it be the protector of the Artuqid Dynasty?
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NumisCorner.com 3h
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PMG 7h
Note of the Day: Iceland was Danish until 1918 but adopted the Krona in 1874 and issued banknotes in 1885. It is the second-smallest by population, after Seychelles, with its own currency and monetary policy.
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PMG Feb 26
Note of the Day: As Black History Month ends and Women's History Month starts, see this banknote signed by Azie Taylor Morton, the first African-American US Treasurer but one of 16 women to have the job.
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Westminster Coll. Feb 24
NEW RELEASE: The latest coin in the Queen's Beasts series – The White Horse of Hanover, was released today. We have a limited number of these 1oz Silver Proof coins, so you'll need to be quick to secure yours. Visit:
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Bank of England Museum 10h
How about something wonderfully colourful? These jars contain a variety of pigments, inks and paints that were used by banknote designers for trialling designs and colour schemes for banknotes 🖌🎨
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Norman Carnovale 20h
New Zealand Mint Leads The Way With Pure Gold And Silver Collectibles #31188
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Gloucester Times 23h
"Living in Gloucester is a special privilege. ..Depicting some facets of our multi-faceted and vibrant home .. It is an honor." — Beth Swan, winner of the design contest for the medal
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ASI Feb 26
Fun fact: successive 🇬🇧 monarchs switched which sides they faced in profile. Here George IV faces left, but his predecessor George III faced right. Details like these help identify coins if they are worn down - though this 1824 shilling is incredibly well preserved!
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rajeev prasad 4h
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