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100 Forint Hungria Hungary
Moneda de oro con la efigie del rey Carlos IV.
The first gold Sovereign, its designs rich in symbolism, was part of the trappings of the new Tudor dynasty. On 28 October 1489 King Henry VII instructed the officers of his Royal Mint to produce ‘a new money of gold’. England had by then enjoyed a circulating gold coinage for almost a century and a half but the new coin was to be the largest coin yet seen in England, both in size and value, and was to be called a Sovereign.
Las primeras monedas de Atenas, las Wappenmünzen. #monedas
Desde hoy circulan nuevas monedas en Colombia
Un Inti de Perú. El Inti fue la moneda de circulación legal del Perú desde el 1 de febrero de 1985; cuando reemplazó al Sol de Oro; hasta 1991 cuando fue reemplazado por el Nuevo Sol.
German coins, before the Euro
A History of the Buffalo Indian Nickel, which was made from 1913 to 1938 and was brought about by President Theodore Roosevelt. Learn about how this US Coin has transformed over the years.
Una moneda que vale un Sol de Oro
Officially, the U.S. Mint stopped making Liberty head nickels in 1912. But by accident or design someone at the Philadelphia mint struck at least five nickels dated 1913—and created an instant collector's item. The former owners of this particular 1913 Liberty head nickel, given to the Smithsonian in 1977, include King Farouk of Egypt, an avid coin collector. The coin's history, including the distinguished numismatists who owned it, add to its value.