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2,500 year old Greek coin.

museum-of-artifacts: “ Greek coin with octopus from Eretria, c. 2500 years old ” proper currency

Little octopus on a Copper/Bronze Coin of Syracuse Mint dated to  500 - 400 B.C. Found in our Corinth excavations in 1980

Little octopus on a Copper/Bronze Coin of Syracuse Mint dated to 500 - 400 B. Found in our Corinth excavations in 1980

Old Greek coin.Ancients IONIA. Ephesus. Ca. 390-325 BC. AR tetradrachm (23mm, 15.18 gm, 12h). Eochoros, magistrate. Struck ca. 340-325 BC. Bee; E-Φ across field

Old Greek coin. Struck ca. E-Φ across field . even the ancients loved bees.

Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic #Money

Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic

Making Cents of Rare Coins #infographic #Money

Most Valuable Lucky Penny.  This coin sold in 2010 for a cool 1.7 million dollars, it is the only known example of a 1943-dated Lincoln cent incorrectly struck in a copper alloy at the Denver Mint.

Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About the Penny

The 1943 copper-alloy cent is one of the most enigmatic coins in American numismatics — and reportedly the most valuable Lincoln penny of all. Just 40 of the coins — probably created by.

A handy Coin Grading Chart!

Wheat pennies the highly sought-after rare coins Lincoln Cent Visual Grading Scale. Check Your Pocket Change.

Learn to spot the double dies and find rare error coins in modern pocket change. This one goes into collecting all sorts of US error coins.

Learn to spot the double dies and find rare error coins in modern pocket change. This one goes into collecting all sorts of US error coins. Rare Gold, Silver and Copper Coins and Currency

You Should Probably Check Your Change Right Now ( in god we rust.....snicker)

You Should Probably Check Your Change Right Now

Bee Coin from Ephesus

On this page you will find symbols, of Honey Bees, designed and recorded by ancient civilizations designating the importance of the Honey Bee's role to that civilization. The Honey Bee.

Canada's 1967 Centennial Coins

1967 coins - minted for Canada's centennial year. There was a 1967 penny in the same collection where I saw a 1930 on the other day. It's really cool to see coins that carry some historical significance.

A Turtle's Salon du The

An entry from A Turtle's Salon du The

Ancient Cretan tetradrachma coin depicting the legendary Labyrinth of King Minos on Crete, home of the Minotaur.

"Hey, is that a lion?" ~S.Kyle The world's first coin, minted by King Alyattes in Sardis, Lydia, Asia Minor (present-day Turkey), c. 610-600 BC.

Electrum stater Lydian, about BC From western modern Turkey One of the very earliest coins British Museum

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