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    Oh shit .. In 1997 i held onto 2 x £2 coins as they had the image of the queen wearing a necklace .. I was told they would be worth something one day.

    Being reminded of this thread today, i went online to check it out.

    eBay.co.uk Guides - 2 Two Pound Coins Queen with Necklace Rumour Facts

    Oh well
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    I don't have a photo of it, but I have a $2 bill around someplace in my coin collection, as well as Sacajawea gold dollar coins, silver dollars, and some Canadian coins too.
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    im disappointed at you guys
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    Don't know if I've got still some of those childhood treasures, because I threw a lot out when moving. Hmmm, I guess...
    I've got two nice boxes.
    A very small one (painted blue and gold flowers) I've got as a present from my sister when she came home from a holiday in India. Let's look inside... Four rather special shells, I remember they were in the little box when my sister gave it. She told me she found them on an Indian beach.
    The other box (hexagonal, mosaic with mother-of-pearl, wood and bone) I bought when I was on a cosmology meeting in Granada. Not a childhood treasure, but I guess the contents are. Open the box... A metal cross pendant on a white thread. Some relic from my catholic days... maybe my first communion? A rosary with fosforescent beads, I remember using it in self-made haunted houses (Make a dark tunnel with tables and sheets, use wooden skeletons, greenish glowing rosary and other "horror" toys, flashlight and sudden noises to scare the people who go through it). A piece of concrete (?!?). Two spheric dice I won at a fair. A little heart I've carved from a piece of soft stone. An enamelled aluminium round box (diameter 1,5 cm) I've bought at a souvenir shop in Marocco when I was 18 (not childhood treasure, but it was in the box too).
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    found this coin from some really old coin stash, i had already forgotten it, i must had been like 7-9 years old when i got it. looked it up from internets and its from around 300-400 A.D





    pretty cool huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    pretty cool huh?
    I think that's pretty darn amazing!!
    The embossing on the lower picture reads 'Gloria Romanorum', and it was minted in the mint of Siscia. My guess would be it's the latter half of the 4th century AD, maybe under Valentinian or Valens (though really not sure). Could you maybe post a higher res picture of the first picture? (The embossing is kinda hard to read).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Hatter View Post
    I think that's pretty darn amazing!!
    The embossing on the lower picture reads 'Gloria Romanorum', and it was minted in the mint of Siscia. My guess would be it's the latter half of the 4th century AD, maybe under Valentinian or Valens (though really not sure). Could you maybe post a higher res picture of the first picture? (The embossing is kinda hard to read).
    its kinda hard to read even from higher res pic, but here it is:



    and here is other two coins i found from the same bag:

    this is from the year finland got its independence, but it still has that russian what ever bird logo on it, but also finlands lion thing in the middle



    and this is some mystery thing, dunno if its even any sort of money

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