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Kernunnos Group  Popular
Many Celtic coins were derived from the coinage of Philip II of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great.
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Magna Graecia Coins  Popular
Welcome to "Magna Graecia Coins" My aim is to built lists of published Greek coin types of Italy and Sicily (including Carthaginian issues from Zeugitana, Sardinia etc.) till 212 BC. The coin illustrations come largely from the stock of commercial numismatists and private collections.
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Money in North American History  Popular
How did the United States develop into the world's richest and most powerful nation from an inauspicious beginning as a collection of colonies where currency was in such chronically short supply that all sorts of substitutes, e.g. tobacco and wampum, had to be used as money?
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A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency (1729)  Popular
There is a certain proportionate Quantity of Money requisite to carry on the Trade of a Country freely and currently; More than which would be of no Advantage in Trade, and Less, if much less, exceedingly detrimental to it.
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The Word "Dollar" and the Dollar Sign $  Popular
From Thalers to Dollars The history of the dollar is a story involving many countries in different continents. The word dollar is much older than the American unit of currency.
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Britain and European Monetary Union  Popular
What are the prospects for European Monetary Union and why, when other countries were clamouring to be in at the start of the Euro, is Britain so reluctant to participate?
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The Vikings and Money in England  Popular
Among the results of the Viking invasions of England was an enormous increase in the production of coins. Many of them ended up in Scandinavia. Indeed, far more English coins from that period have been found in Scandinavia than in England!
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Arthur E. Noot Numismatics  Popular
A warm welcome! While the primary purpose of this site is educational, we do offer select high quality coins on a periodic basis to discriminating collectors.
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NUMISMATIC DIMENSIONS  Popular
Fifth major update has now started - January 2001
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BI-METALLIC COINS, TOKENS ETC..  Popular
Die and dieletter varieties on the Gibraltar bi-metallic 2 Pounds coins.
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