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    Copper coin from 1761

    I had a chance to make a short trip to the field, didn't have much time but I did manage to find this one öre coin from 1761 in quite good condition

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    Thats a sweet lookin one. Great addition to your collection. Great post
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    Nice find!
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    Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    Nice iD! Was about to say it looked Norwegian based on that little crown. So cool to find awesome oldies like that!

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    It is indeed nice to see a 1663 Finland 1 ore. I recognize the denomination from my stamp collection.
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    Great coin with some nice graphic design going on! Congrats!
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    That is an awesome old coin!
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    The way you cleaned it up is perfect. Great find.
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    Some history:
    Finland was part of the Kingdom of Sweden until 1809; ergo, the find today was in Finland, through in Sweden at the time it was minted.
    Don........
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    Very nice!!
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    Nice!
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