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Australian Antarctic Territory 1979 Ships SG 52 Resolution Fine Mint Scott L52 Other Australian Antarctic Territory Stamps HERE

Australian Antarctic Territory 1979 Ships SG 52 Resolution Fine Mint

Australian Antarctic Territory 1979 Ships SG 52 Resolution Fine Mint Scott L52 Other Australian Antarctic Territory Stamps HERE

2010 Australian Koala Silver Coin Series 1oz Gilded Edition koala silver bullion coin, silver bullion   Perth mint silver coin

2010 Australian Koala Silver Coin Series 1oz Gilded Edition

2010 Australian Koala Silver Coin Series 1oz Gilded Edition koala silver bullion coin, silver bullion Perth mint silver coin

One of the first two coin types struck in Australia, representing a compelling combination of rich colonial history and extreme rarity! $24,650.00  www.downies.com/Rarities/1813-NSW-Dump-Type-A1-Good-Fine/3313/productview.aspx

One of the first two coin types struck in Australia, representing a compelling combination of rich colonial history and extreme rarity! $24,650.00 www.downies.com/Rarities/1813-NSW-Dump-Type-A1-Good-Fine/3313/productview.aspx

2002 Year of the Horse - Australian Silver Lunar Bullion Coin - Series One - Reverse Side

2002 Year of the Horse - Australian Silver Lunar Bullion Coin - Series One - Reverse Side

MAPLE LEAF, 10 DOLLAR, 1/4OZ GOLD, 2013 in stock and has just been added to http://www.bullionuk.com/products/gold/coins/canada/maple_leaf_10_dollar_1_4oz_gold_2013.html

MAPLE LEAF, 10 DOLLAR, 1/4OZ GOLD, 2013 in stock and has just been added to http://www.bullionuk.com/products/gold/coins/canada/maple_leaf_10_dollar_1_4oz_gold_2013.html

The Most Famous Ancient Coin: The Ides of March Denarius  Sold for $546,250.00  A silver denarius struck by Julius Caesar’s assassin Marcus Brutus in 42 BC, celebrating the infamous deed that occured on March 15, 44 BC.  The dime-sized silver coin depicts the head of Marcus Junius Brutus, one of the ringleaders of the assassination plot, on its obverse. The reverse depicts a dome-shaped liberty cap, flanked by two drawn daggers, and the Latin inscription EID MAR.

The Most Famous Ancient Coin: The Ides of March Denarius Sold for $546,250.00 A silver denarius struck by Julius Caesar’s assassin Marcus Brutus in 42 BC, celebrating the infamous deed that occured on March 15, 44 BC. The dime-sized silver coin depicts the head of Marcus Junius Brutus, one of the ringleaders of the assassination plot, on its obverse. The reverse depicts a dome-shaped liberty cap, flanked by two drawn daggers, and the Latin inscription EID MAR.

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