Gold $1 Coins

gold $1 coins
    $1 coins
  • ($1 coin (Australian)) The Australian one dollar coin was first issued in 1984 to replace the one dollar note then in circulation, this coin seems to be the most circulated denomination in Australia.
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • coins made of gold
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • An alloy of this
gold $1 coins - Illustrated Catalog
Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Coins, Vol. 1: Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum
Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Coins, Vol. 1: Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum
Eduard Kann (1880-1962) was the world's leading authority on Chinese coins and on the Chinese monetary system. He was a banker who lived in China for 47 years, during which he both collected coins and served as a top adviser to the ministry that controlled the Chinese monetary system. He writes that "I had to leave China in a hurry" during the takeover by Mao in 1949. The New York Times for May 23, 1971, page D37, reports: "The finest collection of Chinese coins [is] the collection of Eduard Kann, a banker who lived in China for 47 years. During his long numismatic career, Mr. Kann compiled the Catalog of Chinese Coins which was published in 1953." This book does not merely contain pictures of the coins and descriptions thereof. Included are biographies of the emperors, war lords, and sometimes even petty bureaucrats whose likenesses were depicted on these coins. Included are biographies of men whose identities have otherwise been lost to history. Thus, this book is must reading not only for coin collectors but for serious students of the history of China. The massive original was one volume of 700 pages in length. This reprint divides the book into three volumes. The photographs and illustrations that are at the end of the book in the original have been moved up to be next to or close to the coins that are being described. As China was not a unified country at that time, this book is divided into regions and into the type of metal, Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum, that was used to make the coins. This first volume starts at the beginning and ends with Silver Szechuen Rupees of 1912.

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Where did all the Gold $1 coins go?
Where did all the Gold $1 coins go?
You were wondering where all of the Sacagewea $1 coins went... They're all here in Ecuador! I must've gotten like 20 of these since we got here.
Biggest Gold Coin
Biggest Gold Coin
Canada decided to make a 1,000,000 Canadian Dollar coin out of fine gold. For some reason, this giant coin is in a museum in Vienna.

gold $1 coins
gold $1 coins
Catalogue of German Coins Gold, silver and minor coins since 1800, with their valuations
Here for the first time in the English language is a priced presentation of all the coins of the many German states that have been issued since 1800. The gold, silver and base metal coins of each kingdom, duchy, principality and city are listed chronologically with all the denominations of each issue together. Collectors will find here a catalog number for each coin type, the inclusive dates of issue and the metallic content. Legends and inscriptions. are translated into English and special footnotes explain the significance of unusual issues, the reasons and occasions for commemoratives, etc. Retail values based on auction records and dealers' price lists are shown for each listing. This catalog, one of a series of volumes covering the world's coinage, ("Catalogue of Scandinavian Coins" was the first), was also published in other languages. Historians and students will find this book particularly valuable since the history of the German nation is mirrored in its coins. This is the latest in a series of coin books reprinted by Ishi Press. For this we must thank Mario L. Sacripante, an avid collector of coins, who has loaned us coin books from his private library for these reprintings.

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