TONS OF HISTORY (& Large Silver Coins) Discovered Looking Thru A Half Pound of World Coins – Bag #10

Another super fun MA-Shops ( ) sponsored half pound world coin search in my ongoing 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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10 Comments on “TONS OF HISTORY (& Large Silver Coins) Discovered Looking Thru A Half Pound of World Coins – Bag #10”

  1. ALL COINS HAVE HIS GREAT PLACE IN HISTORY, AND YOU CHRISTIAN HARTCH THE BEST HOST EVER 😃👍❤🇺🇲

  2. Christian, for attributing the Chinese Cash coins reference a book “CAST CHINESE COINS” by David Hartill. This is a great book which I utilize. Coins are pictured full-size (1:1). You can easily match up your coin to the coin in the book. It’ll be a book you’re sure to add to your numismatic library. Take care.

  3. Always love these coin hunts! A couple of coins jumped out at me. Your 1912 Philippines 5 centavos is dirty, but appears to be in nice condition; in VF or better, it has considerable numismatic value. And your German 10 pfennig is actually a pretty rare coin. It is made of iron, and has a mintage of only 42,000. Not too many have survived in collectible condition. Not sure how to grade these, but it should have some value.

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