Korea's first commemorative coins

Started by Verify-12, July 28, 2013, 05:15:16 AM

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Verify-12

Perhaps some of you might be interested to read this article I've put up at my website.   It's about South Korea's first gold and silver commemoratives.

Take a look if you like:


http://dokdo-research.com/fivemillenia.html

capnbirdseye

Very impressive website, congrats !
Vic

Verify-12

Thanks.  This article is by no means the definitive source on this topic (although it probably is the only one in the English language).  If I discover more information about South Korea's first commemorative coins, I'll update the article. 

I don't believe that previous Korean-language treatments of this subject have made the connection between the commemorative coins and the the crazy things happening in the Korean Embassy in Washington at the time.

squarecoinman

World square coin book 1900-2000

Bimat

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing. :) You hardly see such detailed and informative articles these days.. 8)

Aditya
It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. -J. K. Rowling.

dheer

Nice and quite a bit of good information. Suggest you build this up further ... articles truely look good
http://coinsofrepublicindia.blogspot.in
A guide on Republic India Coins & Currencies

Verify-12

Quote from: dheer on July 29, 2013, 09:18:05 AM
Nice and quite a bit of good information. Suggest you build this up further ... articles truely look good

Thanks for your feedback.  And I took a quick glance at your Republic of India coins site.  I will for sure be going back to look at that often.  Actually, there IS information out there about modern series of world coins, but it takes people to put it up on the web for all of us to see.  Thanks for your efforts!