World Coinage Links and References

also Numismatic Conferences

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Ancient Links
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Taler and Medieval Links

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CoinTalk Links

To get the link to that exact post on CoinTalk click the message # near the bottom. A page will open offering either a BB code or an HTML code to that exact post.
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CoinTalk Post on taler weights and refs
World silver crown-size coins? Taler specs



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Polish Links

XVI {16th} Numismatic Conference
Warsaw, Poland
September 11th - 16th, 2022
Numismatic Congress link

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There is an extensive discussion of coins of the Polish Monarchy on "Coin Community"

10th Century to the reign of Stefan Batory (1576-86)
Sigismund III Wasa (1588) until the end of the Kingdom, 1795.
Russian Occupation up through modern Poland -- Oh no period missing!!!
Early Polish bractates, site from WCN, Warsaw
Srednoiwiecze.wcn

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Coin Archives

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Ex Numis (Provenances)
Anabaptist talers of 1534

Anabaptist talers of 1534

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