Голландские дукаты русского чекана / Ducados holandeses hechos en Petersburgo II

Enlace a mi tienda en ebid. Iré subiendo más moneditas de mi colección



Continuando con esta entrada   https://moneditis.com/2017/05/16/голландские-дукаты-русского-чекана-ducados/

Ducado 1828 Oro Au ley .983 Peso teórico 3,5 g Diámetro: 20,86 mm.

Año común. Sin discordancias catalogadas.



Precio alrededor de 400 y pico euritos

P.S,  https://www.money.org/worldsfairofmoney

¡World´s Fair of Money del 10 al 14 de agosto en Chicago! ¡No queda “ná”!  😉 

P.S.II Bonitas onzas de plata, replicando/copiando a nuestros queridos 8 reales columnarios. Made in USA


Each Pillar Dollar round is unique due to the Antiqued finish that is applied. This gives the sense of an old Spanish coin that was recovered from a Pirate treasure or shipwreck. Each piece is struck in .999 Fine Silver, and weighs between 30.5 and 31.5 grams each (a little under to a little over one troy ounce). The original coins were issued weighing 27.47 grams with a fineness of 0.93055, giving an ASW (actual silver weight) of 0.8218 troy ounces.

All foreign silver and gold coins were legal tender in the U.S. until 1857. This means that everyone from George Washington to Abraham Lincoln used Spanish coins due to the lack of circulating coinage in the country until then. This also includes coins for Spanish colonies such as the Mexican, French, Portuguese, Brazilian and British colonies.

Chicago World´s Fair of Money

De la Convención de Chicago de la que hablaba al principio de esta entrada  https://moneditis.com/2015/08/06/lecturas-veraniegas-iv-la-moneda-de-mejico/   tenemos estas líneas de alguien que estuvo por allí   http://forums.collectors.com/messageview.cfm?catid=6&threadid=949144

“Returned yesterday from 2 days at the ANA show which I truly enjoyed. As this was the second ANA for me, I had a sense of what the show is about, and compressed the schedule, Arrived at O’Hare Thursday around 830AM, jumped on a hotel shuttle and given Rosemont’s proximity to the airport, made it to the “opening bell” at 9:30. Quite convenient. Given the short show window, I had to carefully plan my schedule to include timely lot viewing, auction attendence and combing of the bourse floor in case I see something for my collection. I also brought a large number of coins and medals I was looking to offload…”

Me quedo con esta impresión, compartida. Ni QE, ni dólar fuerte, ni…Voy a dejar la macro para otro día, que me enciendo

“…It was fun and I hope to be able to do it again. Overall, it seemed to me that collector traffic was less than expected. Dealers were reluctant to buy for inventory yet were very eager for consignments. Is it the strong dollar? Is it the state of the economy? Is it the Internet that replaced the physical attendance/relationship? Probably a combination. To me, nothing replaces a personal touch in any industry. I hope to do this again and look forward to meeting some of the forum members when there…”


Moneditas y más moneditas…everywhere

ANA Chicago

Impresionante la World’s Fair of Money en Chicago del 5 al 9 de agosto.

No confundir con la World Money Fair de Berlin en enero/febrero




Subastas de Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio



Y blog de la American Numismatic Association, ANA


¡¡Tremendo!! Todo muy americano en cuanto a la puesta en escena, tamaño…y las hamburguesas 😉 …carísimas