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The 50-50 in February
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The 50-50 in February

“Made in China” A Tour of the Middle Kingdom in 50 Coins (and Banknotes) Cash coins of the Middle Ages, inevitable illustrated People’s Republic, and a piece of Empire. Pandas aplenty, practically untouched landscape banknotes, and minting provinces. (...)
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Ticket to Ride
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Ticket to Ride

A digression in paper money form for a special collection of banknotes. This time, we are leaving behind the waves of great numismatics to ride the waves of guilty pleasure, aesthetics, color, and cheerfulness.
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The 50-50 in January
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The 50-50 in January

A royal selection, phlegmatic and overabundant. Welcome to the United Kingdom An absolutely royal portrait gallery, regal and military decorations, both Scottish and English banknotes, silver coins, and copper pennies. Plus, for a little extra fun, t(...)
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Louis XIV Advent calendar
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Louis XIV Advent calendar

Advent is now here. We have compiled a special numismatic calendar this year. Twenty-six wonders of the Sun King to discover before Christmas. A new item, quote, surprise, anecdote, or other interesting content to discover each day between now and Chr(...)
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November’s 50/50
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November’s 50/50

The USA in all their states Inventory From silver dollars to commemorative quarters and paper dollars to Confederate banknotes. In all cases, illustrated presidential medals. Tokens from all walks of life, advertising, trains, and even the army. And (...)
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November 19, 1863
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November 19, 1863

Day of the Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln It was a Wednesday. That day the U.S president Abraham Lincoln delivers an historic speech at Gettysburg, few months after the bloody eponymous battle during the American Civil War.
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Just one certainty is enough for the one who is looking.
Albert Camus