QUADRUPLE SILVER & 1800s Japanese Coins In World Coin Half Pound Grab Bag Unboxing – Bag #26

Again, a really enjoyable search through a MA-Shops ( ) sponsored half pound world coin search for my foreign series – was able to get a ton of bags to search, and I can't wait to go through them with you. MA-Shops is a trusted online marketplace for coins from all around the world, including ancients, medieval, U.S., and even paper money. I get these bags from different coin dealers who I have connections with, and unbox them coin by coin, looking for rare, old, collectible, or even just neat coins that unveil history from all around the world. Today's selection was fun and provided us with some neat learning – hope that you enjoyed!

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3 Comments on “QUADRUPLE SILVER & 1800s Japanese Coins In World Coin Half Pound Grab Bag Unboxing – Bag #26”

  1. I really enjoy these world coin searches. And they’re also very useful to me. I do a lot of metal detecting and I think I’ve been able to identify every single foreign mystery coin in my collection just from watching these hunts. Thanks Treasure Town

  2. I like your videos because of the amount of different countries you manage to get and also the information you put up with some of the coins. My only complaint is when you rush over the British pre decimal coins as there are quite a number of unique coins. Some with rare mistakes, some with different mint marks and other variances. On the early 20th century coins you need to look out for the H mint mark which stands for the Heaton mint and KN which stands for Kings Norton mint both mint marks can be found on the left side of the date.

  3. Hey there TT:
    – Jersey is a member of the Channel Islands. The Channel Islands are “crown dependencies” and not a part of the UK: the fact they are ruled by the British Monarch stems from the fact they were ruled in personal union by the Norman and later Plantagenet monarchs of England.

    – The Channel Islands were occupied by the Nazi regime during WWII. The islanders put up a brave underground resistance.

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