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Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 1:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

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My three oldest American coins, got them in my pocket change too.
Hey, be kind to the old man.....one of those one cent dates is my birth year. Very Happy

I said they were the oldest in my collection, and I got them in pocket changing meaning they have been around quite abit in their time, didn't say they were dirt old now did I ?? Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

I'm collecting the coins for teaching with. Not sure what I'll do yet but am collecting at least the quarters and soon the dollars. I also am trying to got forgien money. I have some from Canada (stupid Canadian Pennies even in California they show up) and some from Russia (my Uncle forgot he had them) and one of each kind from when I was in South Korea. I think I also have some Yen. I think it'll be good for teaching.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 6:40 am    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

buddy of mine brought back some cash from iraq for my kids, and when i am on ebay depending where stuff is, i usually ask them hey toss one of yer local $1.00 bills into the package, or something like that for the kids..
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 8:23 am    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

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(stupid Canadian Pennies even in California they show up)

Yeah, they say a bad penny keeps turning up, alright Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 1:54 pm    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

arent those mercury dimes. i used to have a few of them?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 6:42 am    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

rdncktink wrote:
I'm collecting the coins for teaching with. Not sure what I'll do yet but am collecting at least the quarters and soon the dollars. I also am trying to got forgien money. I have some from Canada (stupid Canadian Pennies even in California they show up) and some from Russia (my Uncle forgot he had them) and one of each kind from when I was in South Korea. I think I also have some Yen. I think it'll be good for teaching.

rdncktink,
This link at the US Mint website may have some information you can use when teaching.
www.usmint.gov/kids/
You will find that the 50 State Quarter Program and the Presidential Dollar Program are worthwhile classroom topics. The mint has some download material that you can pass out to students.
www.usmint.gov/kids/te...wnload.cfm
How many graduates today can name all of the States let alone nameing the Presidents in the order that they served.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 8:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

Updated, my coin collection has grown cause I found my dads old coin collection in Greece and asked for a few.

Countries in the collection (by order from front to back of the coin book & the currency value I list is the one on the coin not total that I got most I just got one coin of):

Canada (many), East Caribbean States (2x 10 cents), England (50 New Pence, 2x 1 penny and 2 New Pence), United States (many), Netherlands (1 Gulden), Germany (1950 Pfennig & 2 Marks), Finland (10 Pinnia), USSR (1 Ruble), France (2x 1 Franc, 2x 1/2 Franc, 2x 10 centimes, 20 centimes), French Polynesia (10 Franc), Portugal (5$00), Mexico (100 Pesos), Panama (a half dollar), Trinidad and Tobago (1 Cent), Peru (25 Centavos), Jamaica (10 Cents), Greece (2 Drachma's), Japan (100 yen), and finally Italy (.5 Lyra).

Coins of interest:
2x 1944 and 2x 1945 Canadian "Victory" nickels.
Saskatchewan Quarter (recent).
1604-2004 Canadian French Colonization Quarter.
1957 Canadian 50 Cent Silver Coin.
2x 1867-1982 Constitution Dollars.
2x 1534-1984 Jacques Cartier Dollars.
1920 & 1944 American Mercury Dimes.
2x Virginia Quarter plus one South Carolina, and one Oregon.
4x 1979 American Dollar Coins.
One 1933, Two 1944, One 1946 American Wheat Back Pennies
One 1943 American Wheat Back Penny made of Steel I think.

Most common coin in my coin collection must be simply Canadian Quarters, they made a bunch of neat ones the last few years so I collected them into my pocket slowly.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 11:08 am    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

Chris
I was President of the Nebraska Numismatic Association for a couple of years and have had interest in collecting coins since I was about 7 years old. What I am getting at is I have a friend who runs a shop and might be interested in your deal. Please send him an email, and reference my name, Cliff Reed in Brady, Ne., and shoot your deal to him. That is all I can do for you at this time.
Cliff
here is his email
martycoinman @ yahoo.com

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PostPosted: Tue May 25, 2010 7:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Any HuntingNuts also interested in Numismatics? Reply with quote

From Front to back of my coin book irregardless of denomination just from the slot its in.

Page 1 "Canada #1"
  • 1965 Canada Silver Dollar
  • 1982 Confederation-Constitution Dollar (2 of them)
  • 1984 Jacques Cartier Dollar
  • 1971 British Columbia Dollar
  • 1973 PEI Dollar
  • 1970 Manitoba Dollar
  • 1968 Canada Dollar
  • 1957 50 Cent Coin Silver
  • 1974 50 Cent Coin
  • 1968 50 Cent Coin
  • 1971 50 Cent Coin
  • 1945 Victory Nickles (2x)
  • 1944 Victory Nickles (2x)
  • 2005 Victory Nickles (2x)
  • 1967 Tiger Quarter
  • 1967 Rabbit Nickle

Page 2 "Canada #2"
  • 1995 (Peace Keeping?) Dollar
  • 1984 Dime
  • 2004 Olympic Dollar
  • 2001 People and Sun Dime
  • 2005 Terry Fox Dollar
  • 1988 Dime
  • 1994 Vimy Ridge Dollar
  • 2000 Harmony Quater
  • 2010 Vancover Hockey Quarter
  • 2006 Breast Cancer Quarter
  • 1953 Penny
  • 1968 Quarter
  • 1950 Penny
  • 1973 RCMP Quarter
  • 2006 Penny
  • 2005 Veterans Quarter (2x)
  • 2005 Bravery Quarter (3x)
  • 2004 400 year Quarters (2x)
  • 1999 Novermber Quarter
  • 2005 Saskachewan Quarter
  • 1999 October Quarter
  • 1961 Penny
  • 1964 Penny
  • 1942 Nickle
  • 2002 Nickle (Queens 50 years)

Page 3 "US"
  • 1978 US Dollar
  • 1967 US Half Dollar
  • 1984 US Half Dollar
  • 1944 Mercury Dime
  • 1979 US Dollar (with Women behind)
  • 1989 US Dime
  • 1929 US Mercury Dime
  • 2000 US Dime
  • 1988 US Nickle
  • 2001 US Nickle (2x)
  • 1979 US Quarter
  • 1943 US Wheat Penny
  • 1933 US Wheat Penny
  • 1944 US Wheat Pennys (2x)
  • 2005 US Oregon Quarter
  • 2000 Virginia Quarter
  • 2000 South Carolina Quarter
  • 1917 Wheat Penny
  • 1976 US Quarter
  • 1991 US Quarter

Page 4 & 5 "International"
  • 1969 Gibraltar One Crown
  • 1956 UK Half Crown
  • 1978 UK New Pence
  • 1965 British Carribbian Territories 10 Cents
  • 1959 UK One Shilling
  • 1995 East Carribbian States 10 Cents
  • 1978 New Zealand 10 Cents
  • 1986 East Carribbian States 10 Cents
  • 1952 UK Half Penny
  • 1971 UK 2 New Pence
  • 1955 Cyprus 3 Mils
  • 1971 UK New Penny
  • 1966 Panama 10 Cenesimos
  • 1975 Chile 1 Peso
  • 1967 Peru 25 Centavos
  • 1965 Venezula 25 Centimos
  • 1977 Venezula 1 Bolivar
  • 1977 Jamaica 10 Cents
  • 1970 Trinidad and Tobago 1 cent
  • 1984 Mexican 100$ Coin
  • 1963 France 20 centimes
  • 1968 France 1/2 Franc
  • 1971 France 1/2 Franc
  • 1977 France 1 Franc
  • 1963 France 10 Centimes
  • 1974 France 10 Centimes
  • 1961 France 1 Franc
  • 1965 USSR 1 Kopenka
  • 1977 Netherlands 1 (What ever their dollar is called)
  • 1974 West Germany 2 Marks
  • 1991 Finland 10 Pennia
  • 1950 West Germany 10 Pfennig
  • 1980 Greece 2 Drachmas
  • 1976 Greece 10 Lepta
  • 1972 Italy 1.50 (Lyra?)
  • 1957 Spain 25 Ptas
  • 1979 Portugal 5$00 Coin
  • 1942 China 100 (?) Coin
  • 1973 French Polynesia 10 Franc
  • 1964 Saudi Arabia 1 Fils
  • 1966 Romania 1 Leu

Page 6
  • 2002 Hoodoo Conservation Project
  • 2001 Fukiji Prefectural Dinosaur Mueseum
  • Ottawa-Winnipeg Royal Canadian Mint Coin
  • 2010 Canadian Tire 1$ Coin
  • 1996 Toonie Plated with similar coloring to a Loonie

Misc Bills stuffed in the back
  • 1924 Germany 1 Million Mark Bill
  • 1973 Canadian 1 Dollar Bills
  • 1954 Canadian 5 Dollar Bill
  • 1976 US 2 Dollar Bill
  • 2002 European 10E Bill

That is my collection. Smile

Dimitri

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