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  • Series 1910 Imperial German 1,000 Mark Reichsbanknote

    Series 1910 Imperial German 1,000 Mark Reichsbanknote

    Before World War I, just one of these pretty 1,000 mark notes was equal to about $240 USD. But after the war, it was worth just pennies. To fund the war, Kaiser Wilhelm II made the disastrous decision to remove Germany from the gold standard. Overnight,...

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  • Ukranian Set of 5 Banknotes

    Ukranian Banknotes Set of 5

    This set of five affordable and colorfully illustrated notes from Ukraine includes four obsolete karbovanets in denominations of 1, 5, 5,000 and 10,000. Due to inflation, this form of currency was replaced by the hryvnia in 1996. The fifth note in this...

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  • Banking & Commerce 1975 Se-Tenant Error Stamp Pair

    Banking & Commerce 1975 Se-Tenant Error Stamp Pair

    Collectors of both coins and stamps are always on the lookout for anomalies and varieties. These stamps are collectible due to a color-shift error. During production the printing inks were misaligned, which offset the colors. These se-tenant (a French...

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  • 1864 $20 Confederate States of America Note Uncirculated

    1864 $20 Confederate States of America Note Uncirculated

    The Confederate States of America issued its own currency during the Civil War. This $20 horseblanket was the last of its denomination to be printed before the collapse of the Confederacy the following year. Nearly 160 years after printing, each note we...

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  • Coin Questions and Answers By Clifford Mischler Fifth Edition

    Coin Questions and Answers By Clifford Mischler Fifth Edition

    What early American coin was referred to as the "Blowsy Barmaid?" You'll get the dirt on common and not so common questions relating to American coins and currency in this fascinating book by Clifford Mishler. Filled with answers to your questions along...

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  • 1923-S Peace Dollar Certified MS63

    1923-S Peace Dollar Certified MS63

    Choice MS-63 coins are the "cream of the crop" in terms of BU grading. Of the 19 million Peace dollars struck by San Francisco in 1923, it's estimated that as few as one in 500 of its original output may exist today in mint-state conditions. Of those...

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