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Swissmint +  Popular
It is a great pleasure to welcome you to our website! Because relatively few persons are able to visit us on swissmint premises owing to operational and security restrictions, we cordially invite you to learn more about our fascinating sphere of activity by taking a virtual tour of the 'Money Factory' in the Numismatics section.
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Talbot, Allum, and Lee Tokens 1794-1795  Popular
Obverse: LIBERTY & COMMERCE . 1794 Reverse: TALBOT ALLUM & LEE . ONE CENT NEW YORK Edge: [very weak] PAYABLE AT THE STORE OF
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Talbot, Allum, and Lee Tokens 1794-1795: Intro  Popular
In 1794 William Talbot, William Allum, and James Lee, joined into a partnership to open an East India trading company located at 241 Water Street in New York City. At that time they commissioned Peter Kempson's mint in Birmingham, England to produce at least two tons of copper tokens for the firm.
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Tanzanian Gold Coins  Popular
Tanzania only isued its own coins for the first time in 1966, and its gold coins are commemorative pieces.
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Tasmanian Numismatic Society (AU)  Popular
The Tasmanian Numismatic Society was formed in 1963 to enable coin, medal and papermoney collectors in Tasmania to regulary meet and study the hobby and sciences of numismatics.
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Templeton Reid  Popular
On July 24th, 1830, an article ran in the Southern Recorder announcing that Reid was coining $2.50, $5.00, and $10.00 gold pieces stamped with "Georgia Gold 1830" on one side and "Templeton Reid, Assayer" and the denomination on the other.
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Texas Numismatic Association  Popular
The Texas Numismatic Association was founded in 1960. TNA invites all individuals of any age, as well as coin clubs, schools, museums and libraries, who have a sincere interest in the collecting and study of coins, paper money, tokens, medals, and related items to join the Association.
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The "Gun Money" of James II  Popular
The title means exactly what it says! These coins were struck in Ireland and used to pay the common soldiers of James II's army, who were helping him to regain the English throne from William and Mary.
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THE 17th-CENTURY COINAGE OF MASSACHUSETTS,  Popular
This work is a provisional condition census listing of the 17th-century coins of Massachusetts, Maryland, and the Sommer Islands.
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The 1883/2 Shield Nickel Web Pages  Popular
The 1883/2 Shield Nickel is one of the most frequently misunderstood and misattributed United States coins. Very frequently a nickel which is not a true 1883/2 overdate is sold as an overdate. This leaves the buyer with a common coin at an expensive price, and inflates the seeming availability of the true 1883/2 overdate.
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