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Article about: I was at a local shop Monday and the owner asked if I wanted this box of old foreign currency and powder flask. I took a chance seeing that he made me an offer that was very very cheap . I w

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    Default Bring back money

    I was at a local shop Monday and the owner asked if I wanted this box of old foreign currency and powder flask. I took a chance seeing that he made me an offer that was very very cheap . I was very happy to find the invasion money. The coins are from all over the world from late 1960's to 1800's . Still going through the box lots of WW1 British coins. Gary
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    A few more coins.
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    Nice find.
    I think GIs brought home souvenir money from every place they went.
    Now there are folks that collect it.
    You did well.

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    Great grab! Bank notes are cool. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Default Mid 19th Century powder flask

    A nice powder flask, the only difference i see is the "Nipple" or spout which may have been re worked or adapted for different calibre rifles and the rings around the neck.. looks very similar though.. G
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    Very nice find indeed. I like the one shilling note.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks for looking guys . Steve I agree that one shilling note caught my eye right away. Gwar my flask is made by amflask & cap co.. I like yours a lot . Rich A. and Steve thanks for looking glad you guys like the stuff. Gary

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    Nice lot Gary. Some nice looking coins there.
    just remember when you are sorting through the british pennies some of the dates are very collectable!
    Values of Coins of the UK - The Penny (Copper or Bronze)
    Good find!
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    BM thanks for the heads up I will have to keep an eye out for them . Gary

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    A few more coins from WWI up till WWII and a couple before WWI
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