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When is the new pound coin out in 2017? All you need to know about the 12-sided £1 coin launch

Brand new £1 coins will replace the current ’round pound’ on March 28 – but you only have until mid-October to use up any existing coins you have stashed away.

The Royal Mint is to launch the new 12-sided £1 coin on 28 March 2017.

The latest edition, which will include a string of security features to help crack down on counterfeit copies, will replace the current ’round pound’, introduced in Britain more than 30 years ago.

Read more: Mirror.co.uk

Palestinian nabbed at crossing with sack of ancient coins

Israeli customs authorities stopped a Palestinian man for allegedly attempting to smuggle several dozen ancient coins into the West Bank from Jordan. The man was crossing from Jordan into the West Bank through the Allenby Bridge last week and was found to be in possession of 53 coins dating from the first century BCE to the 13th century CE, the Defense Ministry’s Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories said Monday.

Read more: The Times of Israel

PCGS: How to Locate Your Coins Using the Coin Search Mobile Site

PCGS: How to Locate Your Coins Using the Coin Search Mobile Site

Standout Silver Coins for Critical Collectors

No one can say for certain, but most historians believe that silver was mined several centuries just before gold. Archeologists have found silver mines on the Aegean Sea that date back far more than five thousand years. It was one particular of the first precious metals mankind learned to separate from lead.

In the early days, silver was not employed in coin form. In components of Ancient Egypt and Sumeria, they utilized ingots to facilitate trade. Ingots have been truly nothing much more than tiny chunks of silver. This silver was offered as tribute to rulers or as a kind of tithe to the regional temples. It was not truly utilised as a form of currency until finally there was a leader absolutely everyone recognized.

The 1st ruler to invest in coinage was Philip II of Macedon (359-336 BC). As the head of the Greek city states, he had ample topics to release some of the earliest silver coins. But it was his popular son, Alexander the Excellent, who would create his early empire on large silver mines in northern Afghanistan. He utilized the treasured metal to spend his vast armies and to remind them who their leader was. The concept of coinage acquired acceptance as Alexander conquered most of the recognized globe.

In later on many years, silver coins were employed by the Roman emperors to pay out their legions. In time, the coins were adopted by administrators, merchants and traders. As you may well picture, the silver coins of the ancient Greeks and Romans are amid the most sought following coins in the globe due to the fact they are the oldest.

Like most hobbies, coin collecting was first practiced by grownups. In accordance to a well-known historian, the very first emperor of Rome, Caesar Augustus, was a coin collector. Coin collecting was practiced for hundreds of years with out any thought of the worth of history of ancient coins. But all that changed during the Renaissance.

In the course of the 15th century, monarchs who have been curious about the past abruptly began supplying significant sums of income for ancient coins. The pastime was so well-liked that it became recognized as “the pastime of kings.” Members of the European nobility amassed remarkable collections that are in museums today.

Contemporary Collecting

Why do folks collect coins? Much more often than not, the pastime is passed on from a mother or father or grandparent. Most amateur numismatists (coin collectors) who educate youngsters about starting up a coin collecting do it to illustrate a couple of straightforward daily life lessons. 1st and foremost, they want them to appreciate the previous. Every single coin tells its very own special story. Not only does it feature the profile of a renowned leader, but it also was minted in a particular city on a specified a specified date.

Collecting objects also teaches us the worth of upkeep. Regardless of whether we are speaking about stamps or silver coins, collectibles need to be protected from the components if they are to be preserved. Some collectors focus on coins that commemorate a special event, like the bicentennial.

Numismatics in America

As a comparatively young nation, the United States was 1000’s of many years behind Europe when it came to coin collecting. Probably that is why it took many centuries for the pastime to catch on in America. It was not till U.S. began issuing sizable quantities of commemorative coins in the 1930s that the avocation grew to become a hit. In recent years, the Web has created it considerably less difficult for amateurs, experts and traders to talk. On the internet auction web sites like eBay give numismatics of all knowledge ranges the capacity to acquire, promote and trade coins.

Silver American Eagles

Issued by the U.S. government, the Silver Eagle is one of the most famous silver coins in the world. Not only they do they have a complete troy ounce of the purest silver, but they are also presented in restricted quantities. Each time new Silver Eagle coins are announced, coin collectors from across America line up. In truth, demand for the 2009 Silver Eagle was so higher, it set a new mintage record at above 30 million coins.

Silver Canadian Maple Leaf

Released just two years right after the Eagle, the Maple Leaf is the Canadian answer to the American bestseller. Since it was second, it could lack the cache, but it stays 1 of the most popular silver coins in North America. 1 explanation is the eye-catching layout and the reality that the Maple Leaf is created from the purest silver, at .9999 pure. The Canadian government also keeps the mintage quite low, so supply is rarely adequate to meet the demand.

Morgan Silver Dollars

As 1 of the rarest and most celebrated American silver coins, the Morgan is a favourite for the two new and knowledgeable numismatics. Minted between 1978 and 1904, and then yet again in 1921, the Morgan is not really as pure as the aforementioned. The coins are about 90 % silver and ten % copper. Of program, collectors prize them for their historical significance and rarity, not their purity.

When seeking for the up coming showpiece in your coin assortment, give these fascinating pieces some careful consideration.

How to find free silver coins

How to find free silver coins

You can find Free Silver coins in everyday places. In your change, Coinstar machines, cash registers, and of course with a metal detector.

Mickey Through the Ages: Gallopin’ Gaucho is revived in silver and gold!

Mickey is…The Gallopin’ Gaucho

Secure the next release in the Mickey Through the Ages series!

Join Mickey Mouse as he ventures into the Wild West to rescue Minnie from the hands of evil! Collectors of the New Zealand Mint’s Mickey Through the Ages series can now add the magic of the original Disney short, The Gallopin’ Gaucho to their collection.

2017 Niue $250 1 oz. Proof Gold Mickey Through the Ages – Gallopin’ Gaucho NGC PF70 UC Early Releases (Black Core)

2017 Niue $2.5 0.5g Proof Gold Mickey Through the Ages – Gallopin’ Gaucho NGC PF70 UC Early Releases (Black Core)

Making its official debut in 1928, The Gallopin’ Gaucho was the second short film produced that featured Mickie and has rightfully earned its feature as the fifth release in this iconic series.

2017 Niue $2 1 oz. Colorized Proof Silver Mickey Through the Ages – Gallopin’ Gaucho NGC PF70 UC Early Releases (Black Core)

This timeless coin features the classic design of the world’s favorite mouse in 1 oz., 1/4 oz. and .5g of .9999 fine gold as well as 1 oz. of .999 fine silver. Both raw and certified coins that have been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and secured in both black and white cores are available for your collection. Make your selection today and forever commemorate another wonderful memory archived within the Disney legacy!

”I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing – that it was all started by a mouse.”

-Walt Disney

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Ypres 1917: In remembrance of those that never returned

Ypres 1917: In remembrance of those that never returned

Australia has a profound association with Ypres in Belgium. Through this walled medieval city Australian soldiers and thousands of other allied troops marched towards the front line during some of the most costly fighting of the First World War.

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Reconstructed Cloth Hall, Ieper.

At the centre of the city, they would have passed the historic Cloth Hall, first constructed around 1200. By 1917, this proud symbol of the region’s famous textile trade had been virtually destroyed by German artillery fire.

As they made their way towards the battlefields of the Ypres Salient, the troops passed through the Menin Gate, at which two stone lions, also heavily battle scarred, stood astride the road on silent guard.

Originally commissioned for the ancient Cloth Hall, these magnificent carved blue stone beasts had been relocated to the city’s eastern gateway in 1862. At the end of the war they were pulled from the rubble, and in an important symbolic gesture, the Burgomaster of Ypres presented them to the Australian Government in 1936 as a token of friendship and an acknowledgement of Australia’s sacrifice.

It is estimated that Australia suffered 38,000 casualties in the fighting around Ypres. The names of 6,000 Australians are included among those recorded on the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing dedicated to the 55,000 British and Empire troops who died in Belgium during the First World War and have no known grave.

The Menin Gate Lions now have a permanent home inside the entrance to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. There, they stand in abiding honour of those who never returned from Flanders.

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Image courtesy of the Australian War Memorial – ART12510.001

The Anzac Spirit 100th Anniversary Coin Series – Many Never Returned
2017 1oz Silver Proof Coin

Inscribed with the words ‘1917 Many Never Returned’, this addition to The Perth Mint’s five year Anzac Spirit Coin Series bears a design representing war weary Australian soldiers walking near the ruins of the Cloth Hall in Ypres. Expressing the nation’s indebtedness to the men and their fallen comrades, the word GRATITUDE is included on the coin’s serrated edge.

Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, no more than 7,500 of these solemn coins will be released in individual presentation packaging comprising a red and black display case and superbly illustrated shipper.

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¡Muy caliente! 2016 Proof Gold Libertad sets will spice up your collection.

2016 Proof Gold Libertad Sets Are Here

5-coin sets now available in limited supply!

For numismatists, the Libertad is a symbol of beauty. For the world, the Libertad is a symbol of freedom and hope. Because of the current speculation regarding the future of U.S.-Mexican trade relations, many are wondering if this could be the last Libertad release we see in the U.S. for some time.

2016 Mexico Proof Gold Libertad Onza – Set of 5 Coins NGC PF70 UC (Exclusive Mexico Label)

Every coin in each 5-coin set has been certified by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) to be in PF69 or PF70 condition and has been paired with MCM’s exclusive Mexico label.

You’ll need to act quickly if you want to secure these sets for your collection as only 500 sets will be minted!

¡Comprar la moneda de México AHORA!

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GOLD COINS FOUND IN OLD CHEST OF DRAWS !!

GOLD COINS FOUND IN OLD CHEST OF DRAWS !!

I bought this old chest of draws from a garage sale for $5 dollars.I filmed this 2 years ago I thought you might like to see it .