Can you help me?


#1

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China or Korea or Japan? I don’t know


#2

Hello @jrealb, I’m going to move this topic to the #english:Identification-where-is-your-coin-comming-from.

@rcintas what do you think about these coins?


#3

I would like know your krause number and what country are they with security. Only this.
Thanks,

Jesús


#4

Hello @jrealb,

The third coin looks like a Chinese coin from 1934: https://www.coincollectionmarket.com/en/coins/search-coins?page=1&search=&orderBy=8&order=asc&itemsPerPage=20&facesValues[]=&currencies[]=&countries[]=&compositions[]=&catalogsCodes[]=&issuesOn[]=684&latestIssues[]=&onlyForSale=false

Que opinas @mario sobre estas monedas, sabrías decir de dónde y cuándo son?


#5

Yes, looks like but I think it is not the same coin, because the letters are different.


#6

Maybe they are fantasy coins.


#7

That’s what I would like to decipher with your help, whether they are coins or not. Thanks.


#8

Guys, need your help too. I found that coins

and i wonder which county produced them?
I read an article http://tenrows.com/metal-detectors/ about metal detecter that i have, and i found which metal it can find, but it didnt help


#9

Hello @Field45, they are Russian coins


#10

I can’t tell for sure but they seem fake…