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Thanks Dale. The amended rule simplifies things a bit, I think. For your consideration this evening I offer a Belgian Congo 1 centime, 1887. According to Krause, of the 175000 minted in 1887-1888, 120000 were melted down.
I have exactly 1 coin from Belgium Congo, it is a 1911 10 Centime so it doesn't fit in this thread.Nice coin!Dale
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Not in 1898 I think.I changed the rules. Any coin which at the time of its issue was the lowest denomination in the country of origin.
Good design, with an original reference to the oak as symbol of strength and the heraldic lions adapting to the roundness of the coin.Peter
...earlier outputs of that denomination were still legal tender, and technicially are so to this day.
the heraldic lions adapting to the roundness of the coin
Really? That's interesting. Have they not demonetised any of their coinage?