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    1821 George IV Coronation

    I was going through some of my finds and started to research this 1821 George IV Coronation with suspension loop (missing on mine). This is something I found several years ago on an old property I had permission to search. Mine is pretty beat up. It took awhile to find this particular one as everywhere I seemed to look showed other types or versions. At first I thought someone had drilled a hole in it but have since found out they came like this as well without the hole. I don't know much else but does anyone on here know of the best website for coins, medallions and such.
    Pics of the one I found and also pics of what I found online from an auction site which is in better shape. Also attached is the coin version. Sorry, I don't know the official terms for these.

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    This was found with my Minelab Explorer SE Pro in an area that use to be a large vegetable garden on a old property.

    Why were there different versions of this?
    Does anyone know the ultimate website for listing old coins, tokens, medallions and such?
    I also have a 1893 Chicago World's Exposition Christopher Columbus souvenir charm necklace pendant I found but can't find anything on it.

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    Please post a pic of your Columbus item.
    Don...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    Please post a pic of your Columbus item.
    Don...
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