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Rick Woolls (guest) 09 Aug 2018 11:37
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Ships

Isle of Man. UK. has 5 Viking ships on different 50 pence coins along with Gibralter £2 and 50 pence coins of different years. Not forgetting the UK £2 - Mary Rose coin.

by Rick Woolls (guest), 09 Aug 2018 11:37

Thanks, glad you enjoyed. The albums were set up in "flip book" format, but for some reason issuu is not presenting that way. Might be a temporary glitch. I had them available in Flipbuilder but could not justify the $10 monthly charge to maintain them on the cloud.

Doing the albums in digital format allows me to customize the presentation. It also allows me to add to or update at any time. Plus I don't have to remove coins from a slab to "place" in the album. I can add anyone's coin photos to the template to create their own custom album. An idea I had if I ever wanted to market the digital albums. Imagine, you can carry your coin album/collection on you phone.

Thanks for adding the link to the site. If I can contribute in any way in the future just let me know.

Mike

Re: Site Additions by Mikel65Mikel65, 28 Jul 2018 17:31

First, Awesome website & photos! That is one of if not the best digital displays of a collection that I have seen, absolutely beautiful. I added your link under two sections; coin photos and personal blog.

I did find out the restriction for adding a link was not due to security settings by this site but the host. Apparently to reduce spam a global restriction was placed on all wikidot sites and I cannot override. Not too thrilled with this as I as a site admin should have some ability to turn this feature on or off.

Re: Site Additions by Ken KashKen Kash, 28 Jul 2018 12:52

nope, this is the error message I get:

The data you have submitted contains following errors:
Guests and low-karma users are not allowed to publish links on this site.

I'll give it to you this way: digitalcoinalbumsDOTcom

Mike

Re: Site Additions by Mikel65Mikel65, 28 Jul 2018 12:12

Hi Mike,

Good to hear from you. We already had the Philippines list under the U.S. Coin Collection as at that time they were part of the U.S. as a commonwealth. I did just check the page link and it no longer works and not sure why. I still have your original list and will just add it in.

Wow you have been one incredibly busy collector:). Would love to see the World 50 Centavo collection and I'm sure that silver bullion collection must be one dang good looking set too.

I would absolutely add your link to the site! You should be able to just cut and past the address in the post here and not sure what happened.

Ken

Re: Site Additions by Ken KashKen Kash, 28 Jul 2018 09:34

Hey Ken, I don't see the Philippines listed. I can resend if it got lost. Now that I have retired I have more time to spend on my type sets.

So far I have completed United States, Cuba, Mexico, European Union, Ireland, South Korea, and Philippines. Plus a few other specialized themes.
Mexico Bronze 20 Centavos, World 50 Centavos and Silver Bullion.

If you have time, I would like to invite you to check out my website: (I can't add link to this email for some reason)

I have created digital (virtual) albums for my collections. Links are on the site to view the albums. You have my permission to add it the website link to your resource page if you think others might enjoy it also. I also have the albums in PDF form if you would like to add them to the site in that format.

Thanks and have a great day.

Mike Larson

Re: Site Additions by Mikel65Mikel65, 27 Jul 2018 20:50

Recommend you go to one of the two big certification houses PCGS or NGC. You will more than likely need a dealer to do the submittal so contact a local coin dealer.

Re: Forum Open to ALL by Ken KashKen Kash, 24 Jun 2018 10:00

I nd a lil help

Errors by Brandon SeaversBrandon Seavers, 24 Jun 2018 03:25

I. Found a 1979 D w Washington quarter over the 1941 Canada what do i do about having it certified

Re: Forum Open to ALL by Brandon SeaversBrandon Seavers, 24 Jun 2018 03:02
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Brandon SeaversBrandon Seavers 24 Jun 2018 02:51
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Photos

What do i do about checking it out

Help by Brandon SeaversBrandon Seavers, 24 Jun 2018 02:51

I have found a 1979 D Washington quarter over a 1941 Canada quarter

Everything came across just fine. I'll start working on developing a new page for Cuba this weekend and then update the Philippines. Awesome work and appreciate the help!

Re: Site Additions by Ken KashKen Kash, 22 Aug 2017 21:35

Let me know if the files uploaded ok. Feel free to edit according to your taste. I tried to do in your formate.

Thanks, Mike

Re: Site Additions by Mikel65Mikel65, 22 Aug 2017 20:45

Thanks Mike, additions are always welcome. I created the following page so you can upload the two files http://typesets.wikidot.com/cuba simply scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Files" link and that should allow you to upload the files.

Re: Site Additions by Ken KashKen Kash, 21 Aug 2017 08:12

I have put together 2 Excel templates for type collecting for Cuba Republic, Pre-1962 and for U.S. Administration period for the Philippines. I have completed type sets for both and am willing to upload the templates for others to use. Let me know if interested.

Mike

Re: Site Additions by Mikel65Mikel65, 19 Aug 2017 17:32

Wow, just this past weekend we eclipsed 1,000,000 page views! Pretty big milestone and thanks to everyone who visits the site.

One MILLION Page Views!!! by Ken KashKen Kash, 20 Feb 2017 21:18

These are the designer initial TDR for " Thomas D. Roger Sr"

thanks for the Question!

by GregAGregA, 24 Nov 2016 02:38
Kenneth St. Martin (guest) 23 Nov 2016 23:55
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sacagawea Dollar: 2000-2008

What are the three letters on the reverse, just right of the letter R and below the eagle's tail. Who or what do they represent or signify?

by Kenneth St. Martin (guest), 23 Nov 2016 23:55

There is not a lot of collector demand for Israeli coinage so prices are low. I've seen uncirculated pieces sell around $2 and extremely high grades for around $5 and as high as $7.

Type 2 Value by Ken KashKen Kash, 10 Nov 2015 21:43
Carl (guest) 10 Nov 2015 18:04
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Israel 5 Lirot (Pound): 1978-1980

I have the type 2 1980 20th anniversary 5 pound piece in a labeled coin protecting pouch. Was wondering how much it is worth?

by Carl (guest), 10 Nov 2015 18:04
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