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Holed 1723 shilling of Great Britain. The 'SSC' in the angles between the shields on the reverse indicates that the silver was supplied by the South Sea Company


At least that fraud (SSC) provided some tangible assets that have become collectible.

How will people 200 years from now show off their Bitcoin electrons?
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1723 France Copper 1/2 Sol

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1723 Sweden Riksdaler
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1723 France Ecu

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1723 Russia Peter the Great Rouble
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1723 - Ireland "Woods" Hibernia halfpenny, choice VG+

Rev: No stop before Hibernia, stop after date, 11-stringed harp

Obv: Heavy crack through base of RG leading to cud above IU; first R recut over B; stop over center of hair between widely spaced DEI GRATIA; "broken nose" bust.


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1722 -- Electorate of Pfalz, 20 kreuzer:

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1/24 thaler = 1 groschen
BRUNSWICK-LUNEBURG-CALENBERG-HANNOVER
1722
Ruler: George Ludwig (George I of England)
Mintmaster: HCB : Heinrich Christian Bonhorst
Zellerfeld mint
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Here is a 1 1/2 Pfennig from the German Countship of Stolberg-Stolberg dated 1722 AD:



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1722 British halfpenny:
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3 pfennig
1721
City Hamm
Arms of the house of Van der Mark
Reference: Weingärtner 511
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India, Mughal empire,
AH ? / 1xxxAD, regnal year: ?
struck around 1721
Ruler: Shahanshah Nasir-ud Din Muhammad Shah, Abu Al-Fatah Nasir ud Din Dinhan Rosh Akhtar Muhammad Shah
(AH1104-1161 / 1702-1748AD)
Muhammad Shah Badshah (AH1132-1161 / 1719-1748AD)
Also: Roshan Akhtar
14th Mughal emperor
Currency: Arkat
The counter stamps are made by bankers/bussinessmen to test for solid silver and who thereby accept the currency as genuine, as to test the coin is solid silver.

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The counter stamps are made by bankers/bussinessmen to test for solid silver and who thereby accept the currency as genuine, as to test the coin is solid silver.



What's the diameter of this coin?
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1721 -- Archbishopric of Salzburg 4 kreuzer:

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What's the diameter of this coin?


it is about 21mm, 11,3grams
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