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A nicely worn 1913 Great Britain Half Penny:





For something so circulated, it's interesting to consider how many hands this has passed through in over 100 years and who knows how many countries to find its way to me.
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1913: 20 para from the Ottoman Empire.

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1913 Gold 10-francs from Switzerland:

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Here's a regular dime

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And a regular nickel . .



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1913 Indian head nickel
Type one and two




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1913 S Lincoln cent




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Sets in progress... Mercury dimes, Washington quarters, 7070 Type Set
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Got this just in time.




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1913, war still seems unlikely, though tensions are clear concerning territorial aspirations of the empires in their respective colonies. Poland disappeared from the European map, as Polish people are governed by the Russian and German empire, with Krakov enjoying a more clement Austrian rule.

The German Kaiser Wilhelm II issues a 2 and 3 Mark coin in his native Prussia, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the mobilization against Napoleon. As a way of heating up nationalist sentiments this can count.

Prussian 2 Mark commemorative. The reverse reads: 'The King called and all came' (on top) and 'With God for King and home country, 17.03.1813'



On the flip side, the german eagle, defeating the snake (enemy).


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1913 George V sovereign.


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The use of nickel or copper nickel had spread since the 1860's, replacing too tiny silvers or chunky large copper coins. To distinguish them from a regular silver coin, some European countries issued holed nickel coins. The Netherlands chose this diamond shaped design with rounded corners:

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