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Fun time! I want everyone to guess where these coins are from. Notes or comments!

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  • Mark Robinson 7y

    You can tell how well travelled I am, not a clue!
  • Sarah 7y

    Come on! There are some Euro coins in there...
  • Keith JM G (Trying to get back into taking picture 7y

    I think that I can spot an old Austrian coin. Looks like there is also either a Danish or Swedish coins here too plus some American coins.

    Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)
  • Catherine 7y

    Hmm that 10 cent on the left is annoying me. I have so many randomly scattered through the house but I can't think where it's from... Hong Kong??
  • Sarah 7y

    Keith - Nothing Danish or Swedish I don't think. (most have the country written on) There're two American ones but one has been altered somewhat.
    Wermibug - 10 cents on the left isn't Hong Kong, but you're in the right Ocean...
  • seanlamonby. 7y

  • seanlamonby. 7y

    is it chocolate monies? :D
  • Sarah 7y

    Not unless they've got a lot stingier with the chocolate and made the foil about 1000 times thicker...
  • Gwyn Fisher 7y

    5 Kronur from Iceland
  • Sarah 7y

  • marhawkman 7y

    Euro in middle is TWO cent from germany. :)

    check out the tiny bit of my collection in my photostream (no I've never been to china)

    Oh and the Bulgarian coin, the face up side says "Balgariya". The value is a number of Stotinki though.
  • Sarah 7y

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  • Howard33 6y

    There is the solution to the world financial crisis. If everybody got out the old coin jar, rolled up the coins, and hauled them off to the bank, the economy would instantly improve. Those coins are money that is not circulating. I'm not talking about collector stuff. I mean the jar, box, bowl, drawer, bag, or whatever container you use for your spare change.

    For years, we have been aware that coins won't buy much anymore, so why wear out your pockets carrying them around? So we dump them in a jar as soon as we get home and forget about them.

    So let's get rolling on this. First you get some extra folding money in your pocket. You will be providing employment for people at the bank, and even workers at the companies that makes those paper rollers.

    So get those idle coins in motion. Spend the paper money that you get in exchange. Let's get the economy working.
  • claire stoke 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Photos that would look great on a Bank Card, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Kenneth Kotani 5y

    To Howard,

    Coins can be sold on eBay for much more than just circulation. Besides, Coin Collecting is a hobby. I spent hundreds of dollars on mine (I have a lot, but coins are cheap) and I feel good about it. I feel... accomplished. The economy can wait... right?

    ...besides, many of these are in UNC condition. That elongated is 1.50 right there. 50 years from now these coins could be 2.00-5.00. Changes over time...
  • Howard33 5y

    Hmmmm. 50 years from now . . . . I'm 76 now, so I guess I'll just leave that to my heirs. Actually, I have been collecting coins since 1946, and the collection is more than I can lift. But much of it is US cents, going back to the 19th Century.
  • marhawkman 5y

    I got bored of collecting just US coins long ago. Doing sets of stuff like Turkish Lira and Canadian pennies is more interesting.
  • Sarah 5y

  • fastypk 4y

    do u know about talar coin usa 1853 gold coin
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