Slovenia: 1 tolar 1994, km4, different “4” / mints

Started by Globetrotter, December 15, 2013, 09:27:20 PM

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Just to show, how the mints are determinated for this year....


An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.


Agreed, interesting. Had not known that ...



This is a kind of a hobby inside the hobby. Since I think one should should try to pass on the knowledge, I find this a way to do it. The KM catalogs don't want to go into this kind of detail, but for years I had wondered about the mints mentioned in KM, and thanks to a fellow collector from Slovenia I found out. I also got hold of the necessary coins to be able to do the documentaion, which I also send to SCWC. Now you find this documentation under mint marks in the latest catalogs... short, but enough to be understood. I still prefer my documentation since it SHOWS the differences.

Anyway, you have to try to enrich our hobby as much as possible, wwhich is one of the reasons why I'm going on as a contributor to the SCWC catalogs!

Since I enjoy it, it's a pleasure to share my documentations


I remember noticing this shortly after they were out, on my first trip to Slovenia, before I had any catalogs, it was fascinating to me as a boy.


Hi Natko,

and here I am with my nearly 68 and I still find it fascinating :-*