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  1. #1
    pl
    Jul 2005
    Warsaw-Poland
    White's Prizm V
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    My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Hi !!

    On sunday I found aluminium-bronze 10 Pfennig coin mint Berlin.
    It is not a rare coin, but this one really made me happy because of it's condition.
    I've got a few zinc and aluminium coins, but they always look like ****.

    Pozdrawiam Matejko
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  2. #2
    us
    May 2005
    Fisher F2
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    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Cool find, how old is it

  3. #3
    tank

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    its got a date on it!! 1938

  4. #4
    JackRussell

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    nice find looks to be in great shape!!

  5. #5

    Jun 2005
    Arlington Texas
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    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    WOW that is so COOL !! ? ? ?

    Morris
    Ocala,Fl ?8)
    Live to Hunt and Hunt to live

  6. #6

    Dec 2004
    Wyandotte, Michigan
    178

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    That's cool Matejko. ?That's a pretty rare coin over here.

  7. #7
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    MUD(S.W.A.T)

    Apr 2005
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    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Hm... Cool Coin!!

    Keep @ it and HH!!
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  8. #8

    Jul 2005
    Denver, CO
    20

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Matejko,
    Good job! ?That looks like a really nice one, and you found it in the ground too! ? I have several of these and some others, but I got them through coin trading. ?It's worth mentioning that most Nazi coins are made with lightweight, cheap metal (aluminum, zinc, etc.) which tells you something about a government....when they start minting with cheap, short-lived, easily corroding metals for coins, their government is probably heading in the same way: ?it's disintegrating!

    Great Find!

    -Rolfecat

  9. #9
    pl
    Jul 2005
    Warsaw-Poland
    White's Prizm V
    268

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Yes Rolfecat.

    I found it in the ground, I've got a few German coins dated 1925-36, without swastika on it (before NSDAP took control over Germany) and they are in good condition too. I also got some others coins with swastika, but this one is the best looking. All of them found in the ground.
    In subject of my topic, I forgot to add "good looking". Should be.: "My first good looking German aluminium-bronze."

    Germans made coin of zinc and other poor metals after biginning WW2. Simply, all good metal was going for military equipment, parts of missiles, bombs...etc.
    It's because of war, not government.

    Pozdrawiam Matejko
    "Never give up Your purpose, even if getting to it takes time... Time will pass anyway..."
    'Pozdrawiam" means "Greetings" in Polish.

  10. #10

    Jul 2005
    200

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Hi Matejko. That's really cool!


  11. #11
    us
    May 2005
    Maryland
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    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    That is REALLY cool !! HH

  12. #12
    WHITE'S SPECTRUM XLT, SURF-MASTER PI PRO

    Mar 2005
    NEW HAMPSHIRE
    1,334

    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    THAT ALUMINIUM BRONZE MAKE'S A LOUD BING NICE FIND H H
    A LOST COIN SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTTEN

  13. #13
    us
    Feb 2005
    Three Rivers
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    Re: My first German aluminium-bronze.

    Way to go. Any nice old coin find is a good day. Nice to see what others are finding out of the u.s.

    HH Jer

 

 

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