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Noruega 20 Kroner 2016 – Bicentenario del Banco de Noruega

Noruega 20 Kroner 2016 – Bicentenario del Banco de Noruega

Coin of Ptolemaic Queen Arsinoe II of Egypt, d. 270 BCE

Coin of Ptolemaic Queen Arsinoe II of Egypt, d. 270 BCE

Reino Unido 2£ 2017 – La Guerra en el Aire

Reino Unido 2£ 2017 – La Guerra en el Aire

Buy Now: http://www.coincommunity.com/go/_to.asp?target=http://www.jmbullion.com/silver/silver-coins/canadian-silver-coins/wolf-series/  2017 3/4 Oz Canadian Silver Wolf Moon Coin - 1 Oz Silvertowne Retro Eagle Silver Bars on Sale - Coin Community Forum

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1255 AH Year 15 Cairo Egypt Gold Coin Rose and Toughra Design 100 Qirsh Sultan Abdul Majid AU

1255 AH Year 15 Cairo Egypt Gold Coin Rose and Toughra Design 100 Qirsh Sultan Abdul Majid AU

The design  features Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful geyser and a bison.  Inscriptions are "LIBERTY," "NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CENTENNIAL," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "1916" and "2016."

The design features Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful geyser and a bison. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY," "NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CENTENNIAL," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "1916" and "2016."

N♡T.100 euro: 100th anniversary of the Liberation of the City of Thessaloniki.Country:	Greece  Mintage year:	2012 Issue date:	20.07.2012 Face value:	50 euro Diameter:	14.00 mm Weight:	1.00 g Alloy:	Gold Quality:	Proof Mintage:	4,000 pc proof

N♡T.100 euro: 100th anniversary of the Liberation of the City of Thessaloniki.Country: Greece Mintage year: 2012 Issue date: 20.07.2012 Face value: 50 euro Diameter: 14.00 mm Weight: 1.00 g Alloy: Gold Quality: Proof Mintage: 4,000 pc proof

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.  -K. Hefele

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus. -K. Hefele