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Unique Proposal Ideas:  Circular Magnetic Board with "Will You Marry Me" Letters and ring holder Magnet!

Unique Proposal Ideas: Circular Magnetic Board with "Will You Marry Me" Letters and ring holder Magnet!

Unique Proposal Ideas:  Circular Magnetic Board with "Will You Marry Me" Letters and ring holder Magnet!

Unique Proposal Ideas: Circular Magnetic Board with "Will You Marry Me" Letters and ring holder Magnet!

Personalized Photo Frames + Personlized Message Up To 15 Letters on Magnet Board!

Personalized Photo Frames + Personlized Message Up To 15 Letters on Magnet Board!

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II 854-62, Æ Sceat, 85Y-58, O: † Ediiredre, †, Rx: † Eurdreo †. Although this object is hundreds of years old it is still with us today, providing a small window into an intriguing past culture. While Anglo-Saxon coins are now sold among historical enthusiats and kept in museums, it is important to acknolwedge that this coin was once a daily part of people's lives.

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II

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Coin of the Parisii, Gaul. This Celtic tribe has given the name of the modern town of Paris.

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Gold

First Gold Coin Struck in the Name of an English King to be Sold by Spink : Coin Collecting News

1944, 1944-D, 1944-S Steel Lincoln Cent

Do You Have a Valuable Lincoln Wheat Penny?

Steel pennies Find out If You Have One of the Most Valuable Lincoln Wheat Pennies: Steel

Hobo Nickels

This is a modern carved 'hobo nickel' made from a 1937 Buffalo nickel by Howard Thomas. This one is a skull and raven he calls “Only This and Nothing More”. It is signed on the back by Howard.

1776 Continental Dollar. Sometime in July 1776, most probably in New York City, a distinctive new coinage, known to numismatists as the Continental Dollar, was struck in silver, brass and pewter. More than 60 survive today, of which the larger number are pewter.  The coin's distinctively American designs are attributed to philosopher, almanac writer and statesman Benjamin Franklin.

United States Silver 1776 Continental Currency coin~ no denomination.

old Greek coin - the owl of the Goddess Athena, a coin of ancient Athens

Old Greek coins, back when Greece had money. Not sure if the coin is legit, but the joke is funny.

Gold Solidus of Constantine II. Byzantine coin struck in Rome, probably in the year 353 by Constantius II, one of the four sons of Constantine the Great.

Gold Solidus of Constantine II. Byzantine coin struck in Rome, probably in the year 353 by Constantius II, one of the four sons of Constantine the Great.

The beauty of Celtic coin is its abstracted representation of the designs and symbols.

The beauty of Celtic coin lies in the abstract representation of the subjects.

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