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Old Terracotta Warrior Chinese Soldier Statue carved Stone - Asianin Asian
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Unknown ancient weight? Square three dots - World Coinsin World Coins
Mughal coins? Which ones and am I right? - World Coinsin World Coins
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silver ancient coin unknown to me? help and one more - World Coinsin World Coins
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1796 Castorland Franco Americana Colonia coin? Token? - World Coinsin World Coins

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  1. It's not serpentine. It's the wrong color. It does look like nephrite though.
  2. The tourist ones I have seen are almost perfect. That should not be the case with an original. All are different I would think.
  3. This is definitely not molded. It is a stone of some sort. I'm still thinking It could be original and not a copy. I have seen others and it looks just as nice. I would think having rough cuts and no...
  4. I have many coins like this but I also have trouble finding the exact coins and values. Your best bet is to find out what they are at the library or buy a book and look for past auctions that ended.
  5. Thank you. I'm just trying to figure out what year it was made and if its.hard.to find at this point. I love it.
  6. Just realized mine has the number 7,166 on it. Does this mean its another mint of this coin? the weight is 41.4G give or take and size is a litle larger than a silver dollar.
  7. what was the date thywere produced?
  8. It looks as if someone just covered it and put a pin back on it. It looks like there may be or was an image.
  9. I just saw something where it probably was gold And it say or is related to the British Guana ship.
  10. I just saw something similar....15thC Square brass Henry gold uniface angle coin weight from Low Countries or Germany......is this probably around the time of this?
  11. Not at all.
  12. Thank you beyemvey. Are they both seals? Any idea which type of seal?
  13. Wow. Figured I would have got one guess on this. I'm still stumped.
  14. I have done a little research and see it is a restrike. The fact that it was in such a potective case makes me think its wort something and may be a collectible medal. Any help woud be greatly appreci...
  15. Does anyone understand the writing on this seal? I am looking for someone to possibly let me know what it reads.
  16. Found this info. Obviously not original from my knowledge. Wonder what the print run on these was . Descriptive Information Date: 1576-1586 Object Type: Coin Axis: 12 Date on Object: 1586 De...
  17. The second Picture says. VOLUPTE U.S.A. I think it is Copper. It has a little corrosion on the lid inside.
  18. I was actually told it was a Musicians sword a while ago I think. I looked one up and it does look like it. What Butterfly?
  19. Thanks blunderbuss2. Seems from what I am seeing it is a Antique Chinese bronze seal, Qing Dynasty or earlier possibly. Now I need someone to translate it or me.
  20. You think this is old? How old? Where could I get this identified so I know whst it says or means?
  21. Yeah if you look at th end of it you can see I leave it on. I'm guessing it is only part of it.
  22. LoL. Thats what I meant. Seal is the word I was looking for. I'm braindead lately.
  23. Found this......could this be it? St George & Fisherman's Religious medal depicting St George. Obverse: St George and the Dragon. Legend: 'S . GEORGIVS . EQVITVM . PATRONVS .' (St George, Patron of...
  24. The Guineas of George III weighed 8.4 grams and were 24 millimetres in diameter, with an average gold content (at the time of the 1773 assay) of 0.9146. They were issued with six different obverses an...
  25. The token on the bottom right I am talking about.
  26. old token guinea......thats them. 'It is a game of money, a copy in brass of George III (King of England) gold coins. It was used as a chip in various card games and board games. It produced quite ...
  27. I was looking at the last token on right. Isn't that a brass token used for gambling? I have several and thought they were brass. I can't read exactly what it says on the front and back.
  28. 400-350 B.C. Thrace Maroneia Bronze Horse.....I think thats it. Thanks for the help Militarist
  29. Wow. It is lead. Are these tough to find?
  30. I just found out there are 2 versions of this weight. Mine is the rare one I am happy to find out. Cahrles I, Halfcrown, King on horseback l. HONI SOIT, etc / Large CR above 2s 6d (c. 1625) Ver...
  31. I just received an email from someone.... You have a Charles I half crown (two shillings and sixpence) brass coin weight from around 1630. Hopefully this is accurate and I have the right date now. A...
  32. Yes I did find this in an ancient roman uncleaned lot. What date would t his be then? Is it possible it got mixed in with older ancient coins but could be colonial age?
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