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How Far Back Can We Go? Third Edition! - Ended At 1487 Waiting On 1486 -

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Heisei 25 = 2013
5 Yen proof (in proof set)

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More pocket change:


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I've only just received my Royal Mint 2015 British set today, so too late to post it!

So here's a 2013 50p instead!

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Does a little bit of exonumia count?

This is the rare, 2013 Canadian 'dot' cent...



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Does a little bit of exonumia count?

This is the rare, 2013 Canadian 'dot' cent...
Heck yeah! That one for sure!

I did not see as many 2014 Kennedy half dollars I expected, but thank you for those who stepped up and represented.
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I guess I'll just keep posting Euros... I used to think that Euros were really boring until I discovered the commemoratives and found out that new countries had joined the Eurozone since 2002. Hopefully this gets someone else interested, too.



Netherlands, 2 euro, 2013 - commemorating the abdication of Queen Beatrix and the coronation of King Willem-Alexander I. Abdication and having two side-by-side heads on coins are Dutch traditions: check out the very similar coin made in 1980 for the abdication of Juliana and the coronation of Beatrix: http://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces5278.html
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I'm interested in euros.. just don't have good access to them.
My local dealer never tosses them in the quarter bin. Instead he bags them up and wholesales them for 80-90% of face, and dislikes selling onesies. :(

However, that quarter bin *does* produce a lot of exotic recent stuff, such as this aluminum 2 rupee from Pakistan:


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Although I have stuff, and I do plan on sharing a bit, unfortunately my "more current" stuff is rather lame, so I'll wait a bit.

However, my main intent on posting is to point out the typo in the thread title: How for back can we go?
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Did the clock turn over?

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Great Britain 2012 £2 coin commemorating Charles Dickens.

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Canada 1 cent 2012

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Canada's most expensive 1-cent (face value) coin, with respect to issue price from the Royal Canadian Mint. This is the 2012 cent, struck on 5 ounces of silver.

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