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Gold American Coins

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    american coins
  • (American coinage) United States coinage was first minted by the new republic in 1792. New coins have been produced every year since then and they make up a valuable aspect of the United States currency system. Today circulating coins exist in denominations: $0.01, $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $0.

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • An alloy of this

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • coins made of gold

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2010 North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U.S., Canadian and Mexican Coins

2010 North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U.S., Canadian and Mexican Coins

'This unique book provides you with collector values are given for coins from the U.S., Canada and Mexico listed in up to 11 grades of condition, reflecting both collector market demand and sky-high precious metals prices. New chapters have been added to examine the four exciting new 2009 cents and six exciting new 2009 quarters of the United States. You'll get advice about buying, grading, organizing and storing coins as well. More than 3,000 photos including obverse and reverse aid in coin identification.

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My coin collection from since I was a kid.
Included in this collection are:
- Obsolete German, Dutch, Italian, Ireland, France, Belgium, Australia etc
- New York subway token
- Video arcade token (possibly Chucky Cheese) circa 1980's
- Victorian Penny from 1900
- Sqaure coin from 1890s with King George
- Obsolete British coins including 3 Penny coin
- Obsolete ex-USSR/non-existent states (Jugoslavia, Austria-Hungarian Empire)
- Current European Union coins from different countries
- Current non-EU coins (Hungary, Turkey, Switzerland, etc)
- Current North/South American coins (USA, Canada, Mexico, Brasil, etc)
- Current British coins including the cropped series
- Current Australia/Pacific coins (Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, etc)
- Current Asian country coins (Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, etc)
- Replica Ancient Roman coins
- Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC badge
- Souvenir/pressed coins from New York and Paris



Singaporean, Malay, Swedish, and American coins. Testing out the camera on my new phone

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Whitman Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins

The Whitman Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins By Q. David Bowers Foreword by Kenneth Bressett From Q. David Bowers comes a book so comprehensive and authoritative that only the "Dean of American Numismatics" could have created it! Drawing on the expertise of dozens of specialists from around the world, plus Bowers's own vast knowledge of the subject, the Whitman Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins includes: Chapter 1: Money in Early America Chapter 2: Minting and Distribution Chapter 3: Collecting Colonial Coins Chapter 4: How to Use This Book Chapter 5: Silver Coins of Massachusetts Chapter 6: British Coins and Tokens for America, Early Issues Chapter 7: American Coins and Tokens from 1783 to 1788 Chapter 8: Other Early American Pieces Chapter 9: European Coins and Tokens for America, Later Issues Chapter 10: Early Washington Coins and Tokens Chapter 11: Unrelated Foreign Coins Chapter 12: 19th Century Colonial Copies and Fantasies Selected Bibliography Index This is the new definitive reference on colonial and early American coins and tokens, and related issues. "I think we finally have something that will replace S.S. Crosby's Early American Coins-in spades!" -George Fuld, numismatic researcher and author "The Whitman Encyclopedia is a wonderful, and much needed, platform for encouraging the historical research of our colonial time period." -Ray Williams, president of the Colonial Coin Collectors Club ? 352 pages ? Hardcover ? 8.5 x 11 inches ? Full color ? Illustrated with hundreds of detailed photographs ? Retail $49.95

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Gold Panning Supplies : White Gold Square Hoop Earrings : Gold Dressy Shoes.

Gold Panning Supplies

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    gold panning
  • Gold panning, or simply panning, is a form of placer mining that extracts gold from a placer deposit using a pan. The process is one of the simplest ways to extract gold, and is popular with geology enthusiasts because of its cheap cost and the relatively simple and easy process involved.

  • A hobby and means of finding placer gold or a sampling method used by commercial miners to judge the viability of a gold deposit. See gold pan.

  • The process of locating the richest gold bearing ground with the help of detecting equipments like gold pans and dredges.

  • Make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide

  • Be a source of (something needed)

  • Provide (someone) with something needed or wanted

  • (supply) an amount of something available for use

  • (supply) give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"

  • (supply) offering goods and services for sale

Ghirardelli Building & Clock Tower, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco, California : Gone to Look for America - Patrick Alan Swigart © 2010 USA

Ghirardelli Building & Clock Tower, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco, California : Gone to Look for America - Patrick Alan Swigart © 2010 USA

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FOUND: It couldn't be much of a visit if you never migrated down to this part of town. The old town next to the bay with its many points of interest. I've been here before, having been all around the bay area many times on the BART train while studying at the University of California at Hayward. What can you say about Ghirardelli Square? They produce cholcolate, its visually interesting, many interesting street vendors and characters frequent the place . . .

Let's start here. Few of the many forty-niners ever struck it rich in gold. The real money it is well known was from supplying the miners with goods and services in exchange for whatever they got through hardwork. If you don't think it is hardwork, try panning for gold for one day. And that was just the beginning. Once the traces were found you had to work upstream to better payoffs and most "panned" out as the saying goes. If you found a good bar you could dig and deliver its contents to the sluice boxes and long toms. Harder work. From there, there were dreams of finding the "mother lode" on the side of the mountains from which the heavy, valuable detritus had come. That required hard rock mining which was hardest of all.

So, there is this Italian guy named Dom (picture Monty Woolley). He tries his hand at it, but before 1849 is out, he has decided to set up a tent in Stockton -- and following in his food-importing father's footsteps back in Italy --he begins selling candies to the miners. He had been apprenticed as a candy maker, later traded with Uruguay for coffee and chocolate, and now, was returning to it once again with the miners. In no time he opens a store in San Francisco. All is going well for the young immigrant. Then a fire in San Francisco and another in Stockton wipes him out.
He focuses on San Francisco with the coffee business. Around the time of the civil war someone discovers you can hang gunny sacks of cacao beans. But better yet, when it gets hot the cocoa butter melts and drips out. This hardened stuff can be ground up to make chocolates!

The rest is history (not that what went before wasn't history). Ghirardelli dies after great success. Then lightning seems to strike a third time. There is another even greater fire. The Great Fire of 1906 starts when the San Andreas Fault kicks over a lantern somewhere in the town and sparks the broken gas mains. (Today, it is known as the Great San Francisco Earthquake.) Only this time the business does not get burned down and it didn't collapse from the quake. Hurray! We're going to be even richer.

Standing above it all is the clock tower from 1915.

Mr Cab Driver (panning)

Mr Cab Driver (panning)

There are many Yellow Cabs taxicab operators around the world (some with common heritage, some without). The original Yellow Cab Company, based in Chicago, Illinois is one of the largest taxicab companies in the United States.

In 1908, Albert Rockwell, (founder and General Manager of the New Departure Manufacturing Co. of Bristol, Connecticut) traveled to Europe to evaluate their taxi systems, hoping to develop a similar one in Washington, D.C.[1] 'Wyckoff, Church and Partridge' had a number of orange-yellow colored Rockwell taxicabs operating on Manhattan streets in 1909.[2] By March 1910, the Connecticut Cab Co. (essentially the directors of New Departure Manufacturing Co.) assumed operating control of Wyckoff, Church and Partridge's taxis.[3]

The 'Yellow Taxicab Co.' was incorporated in New York on April 4, 1912. Its fares that year started at 50?/mile (about $11.38 today.) Among its directors and major stockholders were Albert F. Rockwell and the Connecticut Cab Co.[citation needed] Shortly after incorporation the Yellow Taxicab Co. merged with the Cab and Taxi Co., and with the strength of Connecticut Cab with whom its name was interchangeably used, the young business assumed a large share of the New York market. Its independent corporate life was fairly short, however, as fare wars and restrictions forced a merger with the Mason-Seaman Transportation Co. on March 3, 1914.

The Yellow Cab Company of Chicago (not to be confused the Yellow Taxicab Co.) was founded by John Hertz in 1914. Their specially designed taxicabs were powered by a 4-cylinder Continental engine equipped with a purpose-built taxicab body supplied by the Racine Body Co., of Racine, Wisconsin.[2] According to Yellow Cab Co. tradition, the color (and name) yellow was selected by John Hertz as the result of a survey by the University of Chicago which indicated it was the easiest color to spot.[citation needed]

The Yellow Cab Manufacturing Company was formed in 1920

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