How can you find information on Nazi coins?
you can get most of the information you need from 1 of 2 site i know of: coin-collecting-values.com german.coins.com hope this helps
Here are several websites to get you going :
http://www.sammler.com/muenzdatenbank/auswahl.asp?laden=Dritte-Reich-M%FCnzen&sprache=deutsch (in German)
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You can find a complete listing of Commemorative Coins on The United States Mint website www.usmint.gov. On there they have not only a complete list of the coins but also alot of other interesting information. Commemorative "coins" are issued by different companies. The U. S. Department of the Treasury is responsible for the issue of cons that will be circulated in the U.S. Other companies, like the Franklin Mint, produce non-negotiable coins for special occasions…
You can find Roman coins in two ways. One is to get a metal dector and go to Great Britain and start detecting. (It seems that lately they're coming up with hoards of them.) If that's not practical, just type in "Roman Coins" on your computer's search engine. You'll come up with descriptions and dealers and purchasing information.
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