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Rare Money Blog

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Last week we asked what numismatic company was headquartered at the building shown in the image. The correct answer is the American Bank Note Company. Come back next week for a new trivia question!​

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​What Numismatic related business was headquartered in this building from 1867 to 1884? Check back next week for the correct answer!

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​Last week we asked, what world coin is shown here. The correct answer is a 1934 Szechuan-Shensi Soviet Dollar and it was lot 51238 in the May Hong Kong Auction.

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On this week's Test Your Knowledge, see if you can answer: "What world coin is shown here?" Check back next week for the correct answer!​

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Last week we asked you what the country and denomination was of the banknote shown in the picture. It is a 1937 Republic of Ireland 100 Pounds Sterling note that will be sold as lot 30190 in our upcoming Valkenburg Auction.​

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​What is the denomination and country of this world banknote? Check back next week to see if you answered correctly.

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​We asked last week what unique gold coin was last sold in the 1982 Gold Coin Collection. The answer is the 1870-S $3 gold. Check back next week for another Test Your Knowledge!

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What Unique U.S. Gold Coin Was Last Sold in the 1982 Sale of U.S. Gold Coins (Eliasberg)? Come back next week to see if you answered correctly.

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