Better World Coin Loot Bag – SILVER & 1800s Discoveries + Unique History – Bag #8

Was great to search another MA-Shops ( ) sponsored half pound world coin bag as part of 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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16 Comments on “Better World Coin Loot Bag – SILVER & 1800s Discoveries + Unique History – Bag #8”

    1. Hey Christian, how rare is that East African 1936 coin with Edward VIII? No British, Canadian etc coinage with his effigy ever circulated

  1. Much love from the Philippines! I’ve been trying to collect coins myself as well such as the ones that are minted by the US Mint for the Philippines 1945-below. Apart from that, I was able to find a 1943-S Jefferson Wartime Silver nickel and a Wheat penny through a friend from Facebook by luck.

  2. I have a Jamaican 10 cent coin from the 90s, now worth less than 1/10 of a U.S. cent, which shows how inflated their currency is.

  3. To increase the acceptance of the dezimalised Pound coin in 1971, the 1 shilling coin stand in circulation as 5 New Pence and the 2 Shiling as 10 New Pence. Due to a populare requist also the Sixpence coin stayed in circulation. As beeing 2.5 New Pence, the half New Pence coin was used to handle a coin with a nomination of 2.5 New Pence. It was withdrawn together with the sixpence coin in the early 1980th due its low value.

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