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- Silver coins are possibly the oldest mass form of coinage in recorded history. Silver has been used as a coinage metal since the times of the Greeks. Their silver drachmas were popular trade coins.
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- (Silver, Coin) Silver items manufactured until approximately mid-19th Century. Made from melted down European silver coins, this metal is approximately 90% silver. Because of the content of other metals, coin silver items are harder (resist bending and dents) and don’t tarnish as quickly.
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Mystery of the Silver Coins (Viking Quest Series)
In this second installment of the Viking Quest series, Bree finds herself in a physical and spiritual battle for survival. With another young slave, she makes a daring escape from the ship as soon as it reaches harbor. They hide in the woods as Mikkel and his Viking sailors begin a relentless search, certain that Bree is responsible for a missing bag of silver coins. Bree must face her unwillingless to forgive the Vikings, and Mikkel begins to wonder: Is the God of these Irish Christians really more powerful than our own Viking gods'
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I was sorting through Alan's old files trying to clear out the unwanted paperwork when I found right at the bottom a little brown envelope. To Alan Good Luck. I'd bought a silver threepence for each of my family from a market stall. Alan was not a believer in Good Luck charms. But my Dad always had a collection of charms in his shoe. Several silver threepence pieces worn until you could no longer read the writing. I did once ask him why but he refused to reply. I wondered if they were from his years in WW2 it would have been the only safe place to keep such items. I still keep my lucky charms to ward off bad luck. I nearly lost this one when the phone rung and it slipped out of it's envelope onto the floor. This is dated 1914, the year that Harry Stanley Butcher died.
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This is a five dollar silver coin from the XXI Olympiad held in Montreal Quebec Canada in 1976. This coin in still incapsulated in the original capsule it came in when I bought it back in 1975.
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Eduard Kann (1880-1962) was a leading authority on Chinese coins. His first great work was "The Currencies of China", published in 1927 in Shanghai, China and reprinted in 1975 in New York. This massive work of 562 pages provides a history of the Chinese monetary system, and is of immeasurable value to collectors and numismatic researchers. The work reprinted here is of immense value, as it provides illustrations and photographs of the actual coins, most of which were in Dr. Kann’s personal collection. He refers to this catalog as "A Labor of Love".